Multichannel Marketing Strategy for Maximum Effects over Holiday Season

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

Warren

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.
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How to Start and Grow an E-commerce Business without Spending Much Money

By Yan Kulakov, December 19th, 2018 in Guest posts

Anna

Anna Penhill is a head of digital marketing department of a custom writing company, she helps various businesses with building content marketing strategies and increasing revenue via email marketing. She curates content management, works on marketing improvements, and edits blog posts. Anna is also a tutor at an academic website for PhD students.

Nowadays, all people throughout the globe benefit from the Internet in different ways. While some use it mainly for educational purposes, some consider it a great opportunity for entertainment, others take an advantage of it to make a living. When it comes to raising funds, all of those owning computers connected to the Internet can start an e-commerce business with ease. No matter whether you are a student or a fresh graduate, you have all chances to succeed in an online environment.

Owning an online business doesn’t require any work experience, programming knowledge, and a degree diploma. Moreover, you can run it from anywhere meaning that you can travel whenever this idea crosses your mind. You are your own boss so no one will tell you how you should organize your routine. This is a perfect choice for students who always struggle with a lack of time.

What you will like most is that you need little or no funds to start this kind of business. On the Web, there are countless possibilities to make a fortune without investing a penny. Below, there are some top-rated online solutions requiring no investments at all.
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Introducing Performance Booster for High-Load Online Marketplaces

By Yan Kulakov, December 17th, 2018 in News and announcements

Hello!

An eCommerce marketplace is a bigger deal compared to a traditional single-seller online store. A marketplace can have hundreds of thousands and even millions of products. For example, Amazon offers 480 million products in the US only. Daily visitors exceed 6 million. ShopClues, which is based on CS-Cart Multi-Vendor, has 53 million products. This is a huge load on the website and the servers.

If you’re planning to go big, you need to make sure your marketplace will not slow down and crash because of the large number of products and simultaneous visitors.

This is what the Marketplace Performance Booster does—increases your marketplace speed and stamina. With the Performance Booster, you won’t need an expensive server to run your high-load marketplace on.

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How to Use YouTube Live to Develop Your Business

By Yan Kulakov, December 13th, 2018 in Guest posts

Silvia

Silvia is a professional writer at EssayOnTime and novice entrepreneur from Phoenix. She mostly writes and works in a field op popular psychology and marketing. In her free time she loves to travel around the globe. Follow Silvia on her Twitter!

Is your business present enough on social media? You probably worked on its Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram presence. Maybe you even got into Google+. But what about YouTube? To be more precise: what about YouTube Live?

If you already have several videos uploaded on YouTube, that’s a great start. The best thing about this platform is that you can repurpose the content. You can share it on all social media platforms, and you can make it part of email newsletters and your website.

But YouTube Live takes things to a new level. Currently, YouTube Live has almost 9 million subscribers. Think about it: 9 million people from all around the world want to watch live streaming. Your broadcast will be recommended to the audience you’re trying to target.

How can you use this service to build brand awareness, boost sales, and simply develop your business?

That’s the real question. We’ll answer it through a few important tips:
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7 Ecommerce Design Trends For 2019

By Yan Kulakov, December 11th, 2018 in Guest posts

Darren

Darren has an MBA in Internet Marketing, but hangs his hat on 10+ years of experience in the trenches. Follow him on Twitter, LinkedIn to learn ecommerce.

Your design is the first thing online shoppers see when they get into your ecommerce site.

If you want to have everything on one page and stick to a hodgepodge design, visitors may leave, and you’ll hit a brick wall before you start moving. Your web page should create a great impression, making them take in the information you want to pass and make a purchase.

Also, as online shopping grows, customers expectations for website design and selling increases as well. Being aware of trends puts you on level ground. Without further ado, these are the ecommerce design trends for 2019 that you need to know.
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