FEATURED ARTICLE — June 23rd, 2017
“If you do build a great experience, customers tell each other about that. Word of mouth is very powerful.”
– Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of Amazon
eCommerce has recently evolved into an entirely different beast.
From small digital retail environments, an entire industry spawned. Today, the world’s largest online marketplace, Amazon.com, generates more than $135 billion per year with figures continuing to balloon.
As consumer shopping habits keep transitioning from physical stores to digital shops, eCommerce is an industry that many are clamoring to sink their teeth into; especially when you consider the low overhead associated with running an online storefront.
No matter if you are just getting ready to enter the world of eCommerce or if you are looking to expand your existing operations, you are going to need an awesome set of tools.
Here are four new eCommerce tools that can help your business burgeon with sales.
Have you ever conducted hours and hours of tedious keyword research to figure out what your customers are searching? Do you struggle to write compelling product descriptions that will help sway consumers to make a purchase?
If so, you need to check out BloomBerry.com.
BloomBerry is a unique tool that enables merchants to uncover the most frequently asked questions by their target audience. It unearths this information by digging through various online forums such as Reddit, Quora, and a multitude of eCommerce outlets.
This tool allows sellers to effectively identify consumer questions and needs; the answers to which can be integrated into product descriptions to entice your customers.
Additionally, BloomBerry can also help online store owners find areas of...
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