Shared Spaces: Dive into ecommerce

Aug 10, 2016 · 2 min read

This week Shared Spaces dives head first into ecommerce. I've got something brewing with a friend, so articles about this subject are near and dear to me right now. I've collected a handful, which will give you ideas on why, how and where to go with your web store needs.

Shared Spaces: Dive into ecommerce -- Mervi Emilia

5 Reasons You Should Start An Ecommerce Business Today by Bill McIntosh
As the title says, this article gives five things that should persuade you into starting an web store. Earn money while you sleep? Yes, please. I like to sleep a lot.

The Best Retailers Combine Bricks and Clicks by David S. Evans and Richard Schmalensee
Is your brick and mortar store in trouble? No need to put out of business sign at your door. Add on an ecommerce solution. That's what the best ones do!

3 High-Impact Tips for Designing an Ecommerce Site That Converts by Levin Mejia
Are you getting into ecommerce or thinking about moving your web store? Shopify is the way to go. And here are some good tips from Shopify about how do design a better ecommerce site.

50 Unbeatable Ecommerce Marketing Tips for 2016 by Catalin Zorzini
While the year 2016 is running short, these tips are still relevant. Yes, there are 50 of them. Fifty, like those shades of grey. Tips, such as branding with personality, optimising for mobile and A/B testing. Read the tips and put them through your own, meticulous testing.

Google Analytics: 3 Ways to Use Transaction Data to Grow Revenue by Steve Hammer
Do you know how your ecommerce is doing? Check out the transaction data at your Google Analytics. Here are three ways to determine which of the actions of customers created you the revenue.


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