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What Things to Look at before You Hire an E-commerce Consultant?

By Yan Kulakov, Friday, February 8th, 2019 in Guest posts


Ravi Makhija—a writer, an entrepreneur. Curious about the internet of everything. Interested in the cutting edge landscape of mobile apps and SaaS products. Blogs for Guru Technolabs—A Mobile App Development Company

If you want to succeed in online business, then it becomes important that you should know what kind of strategies you should adopt, what kind of website & mobile app you should design, how to build your brand and so on. However, this is easier said than done because no lay person can have all this information and knowledge. Therefore, you have to take the help of an eCommerce app development company to figure out how to go about improving your online business prospects significantly.

E-commerce App Development Company plays a yeoman service to improve the business profile of an eCommerce company. They have innumerable functions some of which are as follows – looking at the analytics, offering their experience, suggesting the best platform to host the eCommerce website, marketing, competitor analysis, and many more. Therefore, it becomes important that companies take advice from the eCommerce consultant to run their business in a more profitable way.

While it sounds so simple, you have to understand that hiring an eCommerce agency is not so easy as there are innumerable companies that provide eCommerce experts team. Therefore, you need to figure out what are those main points which you should look at before you hire an eCommerce consultant.

Five Ways to Use Visual Content in Your Ecommerce Marketing Strategy

By Yan Kulakov, Thursday, February 7th, 2019 in Guest posts


Dave Schneider is the founder of LessChurn, churn reduction app. In 2012 he quit his job to travel the world, and has visited over 65 countries. In his spare time, he writes about SaaS and business at

E-commerce business owners have a thousand things on their mind. What should you sell? Do you use ecommerce software like CS-Cart or do you create something from scratch? How should you market your product?

As an e-commerce marketer, there are numerous opportunities through which you can engage your target audience. However, many of these come with significant investments in terms of money. A topnotch e-commerce marketing strategy by leveraging content can help increase your conversions and boost exposure without causing a dent in your bank account.

Your goal is pretty straightforward: drawing people to your ecommerce site so they end up buying something. Posting engaging content is the best way to do that and do you know what the best form of content marketing is? That’s right: visual content.

Did you know posts that involve images produce 650 percent higher engagement than posts that just involve text? Not just that, but eMarketer reports that Facebook posts from brands that included images yielded 87 percent of total engagements.

Its effectiveness is exactly why visual content needs to be prioritized for your ecommerce marketing strategy. So, here are four ways you can do that.

3 Cold Emailing Strategies to Scale Your eCommerce Store

By Yan Kulakov, Tuesday, February 5th, 2019 in Guest posts


Bridgette Hernandez is a Master in Anthropology who is interested in writing and planning to publish her own book in the nearest future. She finished her study last year but is already a true expert when it comes to presenting text in a creative and understandable manner. She has been working as a contributor writer for many successful writing companies such as RewardedEssays, HotEssayService, and IsAccurate. The texts she writes are always informative, based on qualitative research but nevertheless pleasant to read.

Whether you are an online businessman or businesswoman, eCommerce marketer, or marketplace owner the fact that you are reading this post shows that you have the ambition to improve a certain eCommerce store.

Even though some find cold emailing outdated, we can’t discuss with the numbers which state that some people have reported a 29% response rate, and others have enjoyed up to 60% response rates and 80% engagement rates from cold emails.

Cold emailing can be a very successful sales tool if you use it in the right way. The following 3 strategies will lead you in the right direction and help you to establish long-lasting and fruitful relationships with potential clients.

4 Neuromarketing Tools in eCommerce: Leave Your Customer No Choice

By Yan Kulakov, Monday, February 4th, 2019 in Guest posts


Becky Holton is a journalist and a blogger. She is interested in education technologies and is always ready to support informative speaking. Follow her on Twitter. Waiting for your answer.

Marketing and technology go hand in hand nowadays, but you would be surprised how far that symbiosis goes. We aren’t just talking about various apps and marketing automation tools, but also neuromarketing, which has been really picking up steam in the past few years. In the past, marketers had to rely on surveys and interviews in order to gather data and opinions directly from users, but in this day and age, it is possible to measure customer interaction with a particular ad or product via functional MRI scans and EEG.

Large enterprises and companies are already using neuromarketing to their advantage in various creative ways, but in essence, everything boils down to either sensory marketing methods or choice architecture. The good news is, according to Tom Christian, who is the CMO for Aussie Writings, you can use both neuromarketing approaches to boost your eCommerce business and leave your customers no choice but to make a purchase with your brand. With that in mind, here are four neuromarketing tools you should be using today.

7 Tips to Write an Attractive Press Release and Boost Your Media Coverage

By Yan Kulakov, Friday, January 25th, 2019 in Guest posts


Donna Moores is a successful content writer and CMO at Due to her outstanding marketing experience within the biggest industries, Donna helps other businesses with content writing and proofreading. One of her current projects is an American website called WritingsGuru, which provides readers with useful tips on how to develop writing skills. You may reach out to Donna on Twitter or LinkedIn

The press release is one of the long-standing marketing tools that businesses use to get the attention of both media and potential customers. There are many reasons why a company will publish a press release—to announce a new product/service, to celebrate an award or welcome a new manager. Regardless of its purpose, the press release needs to be well-written in order to achieve its goals.

There are certain factors that need to be included in a press release in order to make it successful and boost your media coverage. Here are a few tips that can help you incorporate those elements in the next publication of your company.