Category Archives : E-Commerce


The Art And Science Of Choosing The Right Product To Sell

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Amazing team has just released lesson videos #1 and #2 of their Brand Builder Blueprint. In lesson #2, they talk about how to pick the right product to sell. You might think that you can choose whatever product you want and make it work.

But, you can’t.

In fact, Matt, Jason, Mike, and Rich have developed a specific set of criteria to follow when you’re choosing a product. These criteria come from years and years of testing, and tens of thousands of products sold.

And they’ll share these criteria with you inside lesson #2, which you can access here

Also, once you access lesson #2, you’ll get a special report as a gift: the 55 Hot Product Opportunities list.

This list will make your product selection process a breeze.

Click here to access lesson #2 >>>


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From Ecommerce To Conversational Commerce

Ecommerce has been around for some time now. Over the years, it gained immense popularity due to the ease that it provides in selling and buying products online without the need for brick and mortar stores.

However, things in this industry change very fast, with new trends continually emerging. The infographic below, shows what these trends are and presents dozens of case studies which show the current balance between ecommerce and brick and mortar shopping.

One such trend is a gradual but steady shift from standard ecommerce to conversational commerce.

What is conversational commerce? Let’s find out.


Conversational Commerce

We all use conversation apps like WhatsApp, WeChat, or Facebook Messenger for interacting with friends. But what if you could use such apps to communicate directly with brands and companies?

Conversational commerce is exactly what its name suggests. It is a form of ecommerce where customers have the option to engage in a conversation with a brand through conversation apps instead of just shopping on its website.

Alternatively, customers can also chat with a brand’s representative through a popup chat box on the brand’s website.


How Does It Help The Customers?

The popup chat on a brand’s website can provide a more personalized shopping experience to the customers as they can get their queries answered while browsing through the products.

The brand representative or a chatbot could also help in product selection. After placing the order, they could assist the customer in tracking it and provide necessary help with the delivery process.


What Are The Uses Of Conversational Commerce For A Company?

The most significant use of conversational commerce for a company is that it can provide a personalized shopping experience to a large base of customers in a single go.

Secondly, conversational commerce is also useful in screening customer’s comments and complaints. With the use of proper web tools, all the customers’ comments will be filtered through a single gateway so that it is easy to keep track of their overall sentiments.


Is Conversational Commerce The Future Of Ecommerce?

Considering the numerous advantages that conversational commerce has both for brands and the customers, it seems that ecommerce could be soon entirely subsumed by conversational commerce.

However, although conversational commerce is helping brands in building relationships with customers, it is also necessary to ensure that the use of artificial intelligence, upon which conversational commerce is built, does not end up backfiring.

Microsoft’s chatbot, Tay, for example, was initially designed to become smarter by interacting with customers. The main reason why Microsoft introduced it was to connect with millennials.

Contrary to this, the chatbot became racist by learning conversation from Twitter users’ inflammatory comments and posted offensive and hurtful tweets.

This should not happen to you. Thus, it is important to have an effective customer relationship strategy in place for regulation of the chatbot activities.

To find out more about how e-commerce is getting shaped by recent trends in the industry, check out the infographic given below.


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Ana Bera
Head of Marketing & Content at  Subscriptionly

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E-COMMERCE AMAZON: Shopify Store Creation & Amazon Selling Training

  • How To Sell On Amazon FBA For Beginners (A Complete, Step-By-Step Tutorial)
  • eCommerce Advice From Amazon FBA Expert Matt Clark – Amazing Selling Machine 2018
  • How To Sell On Amazon FBA For Beginners | The Complete Guide | 2019
  • How to Get Amazon to Fulfill All Your Orders From Ebay, Shopify, Etsy, and Instagram
  • 8 Things to Do BEFORE You Start Selling on Amazon (Tips for New Amazon Sellers)
  • How To Sell On Amazon FBA For Beginners | The Complete Tutorial (2019)
  • Amazon FBA And Shopify How To Sell FOOD COFFEE And BEVERAGE
  • How to Make Money Selling Amazon Products on Shopify
  • Sell On Amazon With Shopify | Shopify Amazon Integration
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Get started with e-commerce and learn a step by step way to make money online!

Shopify Store Creation
– How to find products to sell
– How to never need an inventory ever again
– How to create a shopify store from scratch
– How to run cheap ads that brings in 100%++ ROI

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E-Commerce 2014 (10th Edition)

  • Chapter 6 E-Commerce Marketing and Advertising Concepts – Audio Lecture (Old 2016)
  • Kenyan e-commerce industry: Opportunities & challenges
  • Quest 2014 Teaser-1
  • E Commerce 2016 Business, Technology, Society 12th Edition
  • E-Commerce Best Practices | Collection and Retention of Data
  • E-Commerce Best Practices | Best Practices Regarding Online Resale and Retransmission of Content
  • Flexi Africa Introductory Seminar (Ecommerce) – Official Trailer
  • Ecommerce Promo
  • Distribution in the Second Half of 2014: Critical Factors
  • JUMIA Kenya MD Parinaz Firozi discusses E-commerce in Kenya on EBRU TV 10th june 2014
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This comprehensive, market-leading text emphasizes the three major driving forces behind e-commerce—technology change, business development, and social issues—to provide a coherent conceptual framework for understanding the field.

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