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Sep 24, 2021
September 24, 2021 The world of ecommerce is growing at an incredible rate. With more people opting for online purchases for convenience and safety, it is little surprise that ecommerce businesses are flourishing. Starting an ecommerce business is relatively easy, but with about 24 million ecommerce sites competing in the digital space, how can you make your business stand out? How can you rise above the competition and take your ecommerce business to the next level? The following tips should help. Table of Contents 1. Image quality High-quality images always sell. Remember that your online visitors cannot physically see and feel your products and services and rely on the pictures you provide. Your pictures will create the first impression on which a potential client will judge your products and services, and you want to leave a good impression on them. Also, be consistent with your product photography and branding, ensuring that your images highlight the best aspects of your products or services. Each image should follow the same style, from the same angles, and with the same backgrounds. 2. Write accurate product descriptions and optimize for search What is a potential customer looking for in each product? What do they expect to see? Let your product description leave no question marks in the minds of your visitors. If they have questions, ensure that you have a chat service available to answer them. In addition, take the time to optimize for search. Most people will search for the products they want using popular search engines like Google. Take advantage of particular keywords in your products descriptions to ensure that your business is visible in such search results. This way, it’ll be easier for potential clients to find you. 3. Optimize for mobile users More and more consumers use their phones for online purchases instead of laptops, computers, or even tablets. If your business’s website isn’t mobile-friendly, you may miss out on a large chunk of potential clients. It is also important to be mobile-friendly to comply with Google’s guidelines for search rankings. 4. Focus on user-experience While optimizing for mobile users, it is also vital to enhance the user experience. The statistics show that 53% of potential customers or mobile site visitors will abandon an online purchase if the pages take longer than 3 seconds to load. That means you need to ensure that your pages load quickly, navigating your site is smooth and that your layout does not confuse first-time visitors to your site. You can also find ways to improve customer experience offline. For example, you can use Selery Fulfillment to provide fast and accurate subscription box fulfillment for all your customers’ orders. 5. Be present on relevant social media platforms You can deny the power social media currently wields, with platforms like Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, etc. however, only join social media sites that are an excellent fit for your brand. Consistently update your pages with high-quality images and videos of your products and services, and find ways to engage with or interact with your online followers. You may also like
Selery Fulfillment Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Selery Fulfillment founded?
Selery Fulfillment was founded in 2016.
Where is Selery Fulfillment's headquarters?
Selery Fulfillment's headquarters is located at 1809 West Frankford Rd, Suite 160, Carrollton.
What is Selery Fulfillment's latest funding round?
Selery Fulfillment's latest funding round is Loan.
How much did Selery Fulfillment raise?
Selery Fulfillment raised a total of $3.17M.
Who are the investors of Selery Fulfillment?
Investors of Selery Fulfillment include Paycheck Protection Program, Deep Space Ventures and Tech Wildcatters.
Who are Selery Fulfillment's competitors?
Competitors of Selery Fulfillment include Flash Express, ShipHero, ARTA, Budbee, Moova, Liefergrun, Omnibiz, MPO, LOGSTA , UniUni and 65 more.
Compare Selery Fulfillment to Competitors
Shippo, offered by Popout, helps make international shipping easy and cheap for e-commerce businesses. The company aggregates shipping volumes and gives customers access to cheaper shipping providers. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.
Warehousing1 offers a central channel for finding, digitally managing, and optimizing storage space and logistics services in warehouses. The company was founded in 2018 and is based in Berlin, Germany.
Shippit offers multi-carrier shipping technology that ships smarter, optimizes fulfilment, and creates better post-purchase experiences. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in Sydney, New South Wales.
Shipper is a full-service logistics aggregator platform. The company targets home-based small retail businesses selling products online. The startup simplifies the process by connecting businesses to logistics companies through its platform. Shipper will then assign a courier to pick up the products to be dropped in logistics service providers. The company was founded in 2016 and is based in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Whitebox provides a logistics platform which combines all functions of the eCommerce process into one service to allow established and challenger direct-to-consumer (DTC) brands to sell on a global level.
ShipMonk provides multi-channel order fulfillment services and inventory management software to small and midsized (SMB) e-commerce companies. ShipMonk enables SMBs to focus on building their brands and achieving growth rather than managing backend logistics. API integrations sync directly with customers' marketplace platforms and online shopping carts to automatically import orders, which are then processed at ShipMonk's two bicoastal warehouse locations. ShipMonk aims to save e-commerce companies money while providing a scalable supply chain solution at service levels that the company believes are difficult for SMBs to achieve on their own.
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