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n00b Facebook Pixel Question – Pageview vs Viewcontent

Hey guys,

So I installed the FB pixel on my site a few days ago.

The pixel has captured the following events: https://i.postimg.cc/wMqKZW8v/Screen-Shot-2020-10-26-at-10-03-08-PM.png

Pageview & view content.

What do each of the mean? The pageview number seems overinflated. No way did I get 1.9k visitors….

Oh btw I have an ecommerce site built on BigCommerce. I don't know if that helps. www.natureaquarium.ca

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Has anyone drop shipped without paying for advertising

I know most dropshipper picks item and test them with paid ads whether it’s Facebook or google etc. I want to try out a niche store and drive organic traffic to gain sales. I’m wondering if anyone has tried this way and has made some sales through this way. I’m only looking to list products with up to 15 day shipping time to avoid long delays since I know most people dont want long delivery time and to avoid any returns.

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Where to start in dropshipping shopify, ecwid, dropshipper.com?

I want to start a new online store for the US, which platform will give me the best advantages? I want to sell different products, accessories, t shirts, toys etc.

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The Fast Guide to Optimizing Your Online Store

Is your online store performing as well as it could be? We’ve put together some top online store optimization strategies so you can get ahead of the curve.

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Marketplace software suggestions

Hi, I'm researching marketplace software and leaning towards wcfm marketplace plug-in for woocommerce. Are there any others that you would recommend for creating a marketplace similar to eBay?

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shopify marketing

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Why don’t people speak about setting rules to Facebook ads

? I feel like it will save people a lot of money…

I haven’t done it myself yet but it seems to make so much sense…

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Simplest way to collect USD/CAD from Chinese Customers

I tutor English and have a simple website.

I would like to charge them in USD or CAD so I don't need to worry about not pulling RMB out of China.

What's the best way to do this? Stripe with Alipay integration? I don't really know much

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How I Drastically Reduced my shipping costs

I have a small business selling custom glass whiteboards. They're beautiful, but unfortunately large and difficult to ship without proper packing. I ordered boxes and bubble wrap online and for a while this worked, but for the sizes I had it was extremely difficult to avoid the large package surcharge. MY initial costs, just for a rough idea were $17 a box, 4 feet x 3 feet x 10 inches, $5 in bubble wrap, 45 minutes of my time to package one large board, and $150-$250 shipping in the US.

I knew I could reduce costs by going with custom cardboard boxes, but I was hesitant and had an extremely difficult time finding a local manufacturer who could help me with packing at a reasonable price. Fast forward a few weeks on and off searching and around 30 unanswered emails later, I had found a local manufacturer to help. New costs: $1.9 a box, $7 in custom made foam, 25 minutes to pack a product for shipping, shipping under that large-package surcharge bringing my costs down to $50-100.

Custom packing was a game changer for me. I thought the order quantity was going to need to be huge but I was able to start with an order of 10 units, slightly higher prices but not by much, the numbers I'm showing here are for quantities of 100. Many manufactures are eager to fulfill those small orders, they're just hard to find.

After going through this painful process and realizing how easy it should be, I built a free tool for connecting with local packing manufacturers and requesting quotes quickly, its all about saving time, www.quobiz.com I'm a little biased since I created it, but I've saved days worth of time using this tool. I hope it can be a time saver for others as well. Also if you have any questions or feedback let me know!

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How to handle a lot of negative reviews on random review sites? (Eg, Sitejabber)

Nowadays, there are a ton of places where customers can leave disparaging reviews about companies, which puts companies like mine in a tough situation.

Currently, my team is working primarily on Trustpilot and BBB, since these are renown sites, have a ton of customer traffic, significantly affect conversion, and are virtually un-avoidable SEO-wise.

However, there are sites like Sitejabber which are negatively affecting conversion. It's a small, negligible percent of conversion but still, Sitejabber showing up in the search engine results page is frustrating.

And after looking up how Sitejabber works, it's even more frustrating. Apparently, they only publish negative reviews about a business so that the business will register for a Sitejabber account (and subsequently pay monthly for their services) and engage with the negative review. It becomes a vicious cycle that helps Sitejabber bring more traffic and visits to the website. It's their business model and their strategy for increasing traffic to their small, pathetic site.

Does anyone have advice or guidance on how to maintain a business' e-reputation?

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