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How to Improve Your Online Store Revenue with Upselling and Cross-Selling

By Yan Kulakov, Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019 in Guest posts


Jason Chow is an Outreach Manager and marketer for, where we provide content and marketing for startups and online businesses.

According to Infusionsoft’s 2018 Small Business Marketing Trends Report, close to one in three (31%) small business owners have driving sales as a top business goal for the coming year. One quarter (25%) said that re-engaging and retaining customers was a priority.

This is encouraging, but it also means that about 75% of businesses are missing opportunities in their current customer base. Since it is infinitely more expensive and more difficult to gain a new customer than to retain an existing one, these businesses are leaving a lot of money on the table by not selling to current customers.

But, how can you do this effectively and efficiently? The answer is through systematic upselling and cross-selling programs.

Five Tips on How to Write a Winning Product Description

By Yan Kulakov, Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019 in Guest posts


Charles Phan writes and proofreads content for Gum Essays and Lucky Assignments following years of experience in the field. Following his degree in Marketing he has written extensively on start up companies and business strategy.

There’s little doubt that the online marketplace is a force to be reckoned with. As traditional methods of product sales have waned, purchases made online have sky-rocketed over the past 15 years. Likewise, traditional methods of advertising have given way to a more informed comprehensive attitude in presenting products.

Customers have so many ways of staying informed about their purchases. They hold a great deal of power at their fingertips and can, in an instant, navigate away from your product, to be lost forever. So it’s crucial that your product is presented in the best possible way online.

Here are five key areas to look at when creating an engaging product description.

5 E-commerce Jobs to Master in 2019

By Yan Kulakov, Thursday, January 17th, 2019 in Guest posts


Emily Anderson is a blogger with a professional background in journalism. She is an expert in modern technology trends. She is also fond of various online blogging styles. Connect with Emily on Google+

Let’s face it, if you have the stomach for the difficult jobs that exist in the eCommerce industry, then you will never be out of work. The jobs in hand may be viciously difficult, they may be ever evolving, and they may be demanding, but in what other industry can you exist on the edge of emerging trends and technology and still make a fat chunk of cash so long as you do not let your knowledge go stale? (more…)

Can Competitor’s Data Help You Increase Your Organic Traffic and Leads?

By Yan Kulakov, Tuesday, December 25th, 2018 in Guest posts


Jenny Harrison is a passionate marketing and business blogger. She loves to engage with readers who are seeking B2B and B2C marketing related information on the internet. She is a featured blogger at various high authority blogs and magazines in which she shared her research and experience with the vast online community. Currently she is associated with an Orlando based SEO Company ‘PNC Digital’. Follow her on twitter @MJennyHarrison for more updates.

In this day and age, it is important to be as tech-savvy as you possibly can. This also applies to increasing your organic traffic and leads, out of which one way of making this possible is by using your competitors’ data. Thanks to the internet, you are not competing with one or two competitors anymore, as your competition now has increased exponentially. Even if your business has captured a niche in the market, there is always a chance that another enterprise tries to capitalize on your idea or concept.

For this reason, you will need to do whatever it takes to stay ahead of the curve. It may not be as easy as it may sound, but it is completely possible if you play your cards right. Fortunately, there are tools out there that will allow you to mine your competitors’ data all while contributing to organic website traffic which you can use it to your advantage. To learn how to do so, read on.

Multichannel Marketing Strategy for Maximum Effects over Holiday Season

By Yan Kulakov, Monday, December 24th, 2018 in Guest posts


Warren is a marketing enthusiast and a blogger at UKBestEssays, who loves music. If he’s not writing for SuperiorPapers, he’s probably embracing new technologies and marketing techniques online! You can meet him on Twitter.

Online sales are especially fruitful throughout the holiday season. That’s because an increasing number of people do their best to avoid the crowd, so they turn to online stores.

In November, Adobe Analytics published its online shopping predictions for the 2018 holiday season. The forecast is optimistic. Online spending in the USA is expected to grow 14.8%. When you compare that growth to the 2.7% predicted for brick-and-mortar stores, you should be happy to be selling your products online.

But even if you make the best offer, it won’t be enough to attract a great deal of customers. You have to spread out your marketing campaign across multiple channels and you need to make it really effective.

That’s what we’re here for today. We’ll give you tips on how to develop your holiday season marketing strategy for maximum effect.