I'm looking to get some constructive feedback on my online store! I own a vegan lipstick and beauty line. Currently don't have tons of product but I'm wondering what other tips you may have for me.
I am eclectic to share that finally the resource I was working on for over a month now, is completed and published!
Hi, I work in a SaaS startup which also happens to be India's leading marketing automation stack and G2's favorite as well – WebEngage.
I have always been curious as to why and how do people declare in the air that E-commerce is growing and the likes. So, I went on to drilling in deep about the topic and wrote 5 eBooks where E-commerce businesses can dig into what they really need to do to grow. I have highlighted 4 important wheels of E-commerce success – user engagement, retention, conversion, and revenue.
I'd really like to invite all of you out here to review my resource here > WebEngage. com > scroll to the bottom > click on E-commerce under the 'Solutions' tab.
Eagerly waiting to hear from you guys. Happy to imbibe any reviews/comments you guys have to share here.
It's probably my fourth or fifth attempt of opening an e-commerce store.
And everytime something was going wrong but I still was able to make sales, I was getting min of 4-6 sales a week, but this time something bad happend to me, and I don't know what to do and where I should move! It's been a month since I opened up and launched first ads, but I still haven't sold a single ITEM!
I do get like anywhere from 0.5 up to 0.13$ a link click, but still no sales, I don't really know what's wrong, I tried a lot of different things, but none of them help, I know that my designs are dope, and it seems like I found around right auditory, but still no sales.
Guys please HELP! amokbrand.com needs your help!
Thank you for your attention!
Just a post to be creative and put forward some ideas out there. Im pretty sure many developers will be watching these subs and who knows this might give them ideas and they might create something useful for the whole community.
Its a win-win so be creative and just reply with one problem you have that you wish you had a solution .
We're a team of developers and data scientists, and are working on a tool to help small e-commerce stores run influencer ad campaigns. We're creating product mocks and want some potential user feedback. Are there brands interested in chatting with us to answer some outstanding questions we have?
I would say im pretty good at programming, but writing a server backend and an entire store frontend seems like too much work for a single person, therefore I'm basically looking for something along the lines of a .js frontend script I can encorporate into my site with items that can be bought and a checkout, and a generic backend to store my data, do you guys have an idea about what I might be able to use? Any help is greatly appreciated!
I have a cushy full time job (as an engineer) and have been desiring to start my own business as a side hustle in ecommerce. My FT job has a good work/life balance which I see as key to being able to work on the side biz. My eventual goal would be to be able to do my side hustle full time. I don't see that happening soon but that is the dream.
I was not looking for a new full time job as I like my current one very much, however a recruiter contacted me about an open position. Always being open to opportunities, I had a phone call with them and they have expressed that I was their strongest candidate. I still have yet to meet with the company President but it sounds like it is just for formality at this point and they would like to make me an offer. I don't want to waste anyone's time.
Should I seriously consider switching jobs?
-There is always an opportunity to make more with my FT salary but I am content with my current pay. My priority is work/life balance.
-There is always a chance that I could work less or work more (I currently work 50 hrs a wk).
-It sounds like it will be a lateral move. Same position, same industry. Competing companies.
-This recruiting company is actively poaching from my current company. One of my ex-coworkers just left a few weeks ago to the same company (at that time I didn't know where he left to).
For anyone who has started a side biz while working a FT job, I would appreciate your advice.