Running an e-commerce store .. 5 top tips .. E-Commerce Platform, Social Media, Offline Marketing, Invite a Friend Schemes, Business Blog
by Will Corry on February 13, 2017
Today, running an e-commerce store has quickly become one of the most popular methods of making an income online.
It’s possible to start an e-commerce store with little start-up capital, and selling online is a much cheaper alternative to setting up a bricks and mortar store, making it a great way for more people to start their own companies.
by Will Corry on September 26, 2016
Paul Skeldon in eSeller writes ... Shipping and delivery are the public face of your business – it is often the physical embodiment of your brand on the customers doorstep. So getting it right is crucial.
Here we take a look at some of the most common mistakes and what to do to avoid them.
PR Blunders : This bloke found a worm his Tesco cucumber and his hilarious funeral for it has gone viral
by Will Corry on August 25, 2016
A man named Wes Metcalfe purchased a cucumber from Tesco and found a dead worm shrink wrapped around it. His complaint on Tesco’s Facebook page somehow progressed into a funeral for the worm. There were messages flying all over the internet and even some worm-themed parody songs. This whole event went viral. The funeral was held on Tuesday.
There’s a lot of crazy things going on in the world, but this has got to be the weirdest. How do you think you would react if your food was invested by dirt-dwelling creatures?
by promoveritas on August 11, 2016
Social media promotions are easy to set up and at low cost they can offer a big audience and fast turnaround - but there can be pitfalls too. Bad news travels fast, and reputations can be damaged in seconds, campaigns can be blocked by the platforms for breaches of their various complex rules and gathering all the data on entrants can sometimes be tricky.
So here is our top ten list of things to do to avoid problems with social media prize promotions.
by Will Corry on July 11, 2016
Twitter is one of the most popular social media tools for businesses. Due to its immediacy, popularity, and accessibility, thousands of brands have attempted to master the format in order to get tweets to go viral.
Now, in mid 2016, as marketing adapts to public demands, Twitter is being increasingly used to display the informal side of companies. For some it has been a success – so should other firms consider a change in online voice, or even a switch to Twitter’s advertising tools?
by Will Corry on July 3, 2016
Vicky writes... About 8 months ago, I decided to give Twitter a real try. I wanted to see if it was possible to create a following and to get some more traffic to this site, itsVicky.com. I have gone from under 1000 tweet impressions to over 600 K tweet impressions monthly, and finally earlier this month…
I got to 10K Twitter followers. A milestone that I wanted to reach.
Twitter are excited to introduce #Stickers, a fun new way to add creativity to your photos and connect them to the world on Twitter. Soon, you can browse Twitter’s rotating sets of stickers to join in on real-time conversations, and select from the library of hundreds of accessories, emoji, and props to make your photos more fun.
After you Tweet a photo with stickers on it, your photo becomes searchable in a new, visual spin on the hashtag. Tapping on a sticker in a Tweet takes you to a new timeline, where you can see how people all over the world use that sticker in different ways.