Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Founder and CEO of Avasam , changing the face of DropShipping, one automated step at a time. E-commerce businesses have long subscribed to the idea that multiple sales channels are better for business, and it is easy to see why. Like traditional retail stores, every location where your business has a presence is an opportunity to connect with and make sales to customers. Today, a typical e-commerce business has a website as well as trading on Amazon, eBay, Walmart and a number of other marketplaces. Due to the popularity of the multichannel approach, SaaS companies have streamlined adding extra channels with integrations, apps and add-ons. It is relatively simple to add and manage extra stores within online e-commerce platforms that host a wide variety of e-shops. Adding different seller accounts to marketplaces can (in certain cases) be easy, too, allowing even small businesses to have additional presences. … [Read more...] about Should E-Commerce Retailers Look To Physical Stores?
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Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin By Andy Karuza, the marketing Lead at NachoNacho and founder of multiple technology startups. The rise of the content creator has been well documented over the past 15 years, but the economy that has come with it is reaching levels never seen before and growing exponentially. The creator economy is estimated to be worth more than $100 billion , and more than 50 million people worldwide consider themselves creators, but the vast majority are amateurs. There are about 2 million professional content creators, and nearly half of them earn their money on YouTube. Instagram places second with about 500,000 pro-creators, and Twitch’s live streaming service has about 300,000. For the 48 million amateur creators, Instagram is the number one option. One of the most well-known ways to earn a living is by creating video content people want to watch, and YouTube’s Partner Program was one of the pioneers in this space. … [Read more...] about Make The Most Of The Creator Economy
SEOUL -South Korean e-commerce company Naver Corp announced a $1.2-billion purchase of U.S. fashion resale platform Poshmark Inc but investors questioned the timing of its biggest acquisition amid a slowing economy and sent its shares tumbling. Naver, which is also South Korea’s top search engine, will pay $17.90 cash for each Poshmark share and acquire all of its outstanding stock in a foray into the U.S. e-commerce market. Poshmark is the largest fashion consumer-to-consumer platform in North America, with 80 million registered users led by Millennial and Gen Z active users, Naver executives said in a conference call on Tuesday. The deal will combine Poshmark’s shopping platform with Naver’s technology, likely starting with live-streaming, a key driver of e-commerce in South Korea, followed by technologies such as image recognition and artificial intelligence, the two companies said in a statement. With Millennials and Gen Zers leaning toward value-driven consumption such as … [Read more...] about S.Korea’s Naver buys U.S. Poshmark in $1.2-B deal, invites skepticism