Two people browsing a headless e-commerce site

Using a content management system, such as WooCommerce, for your website provides an all-in-one solution for business owners with little or no custom coding. Many website developers are familiar with the approach, but it’s restrictive, providing limited options for creating a user interface. Having multiple front ends for different purposes is difficult. But fortunately, there…

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creative team work together in brainstorm meeting to discuss branding and branding misconceptions

You’ve likely heard the term “branding” used in a few different ways, so maybe you have a picture of what branding looks like in your head. Is it that bright red Target logo? Or maybe it’s that catchy jingle you can’t get out of your head. Or maybe you don’t have a clear picture of…

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For most advertisers, the 80/20 rule is practically etched in stone: 80% of your revenue will be produced by 20% of your customers. The best customers are repeat customers who continue to support your company.  Though many advertisers know this, the actual data tells a completely different story. According to the Nielsen Marketing Report, marketers…

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instagram-checkout

Facebook is at it again, innovating the social media landscape … this time with its uber-popular platform, Instagram. In a recent press release, the company unveiled the new Instagram Checkout feature, an e-commerce extension of the app. Since it’s currently in beta with only 25 companies, not much is known about it, and businesses should…

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According to a study published by the U.S. Census Bureau’s Department of Commerce, total e-commerce sales in the United States were estimated at $513.6 billion in 2018, a 14.2% increase from 2017. This data has been on an upward trend since 2009. Future projections globally cement e-commerce as the primary shopping method. Now, more than…

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