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Online shopping has created lots of new opportunities for small business owners. Brick-and-mortar retailers can expand sales by offering around the clock access to products. Online-only stores can build a presence while saving on retail store costs.
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Even if you have a polished online advertising strategy, you could be missing an entire audience. Here are a few ways to consider advertising in your offline efforts.1
If your online business operates on a subscription-based or recurring payment model, you need to be able to count on customer payments going through smoothly every time.
No matter how polished your website and social feed are, feedback from your existing customers play an important role in helping you get new customers.
Everyone wants a crystal ball to see into the future to help make business decisions. Even though those don’t exist; thankfully, we have real data-driven insights to help us anticipate what to watch out for.
By looking at U.S. economic growth, changing demographics, and recent consumer insights, businesses can better determine how, what, and when to sell to their customers.