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Top 10 Books Every Shopify Store Owner/Entrepreneur Should Read In 2020

The English poet Alexander Pope was on to something when he said: “A little learning is a dangerous thing”. Especially if you’re in the business of building a business, continuous learning is the name of the game. Whether you’re just starting out on your eCommerce journey or have already established a successful business, acquiring knowledge is a lifelong pursuit. As an entrepreneur in the eCommerce space, you need to take all the help you can get. And…

10 Podcasts Every Ecommerce Entrepreneur Should Follow in 2020

As an entrepreneur, you receive a barrage of business advice from different quarters – friends, family, investors, and of course, the internet. The problem with an information load is that it’s near impossible to separate good advice from the bad. And as someone juggling multiple roles in a day while chasing growth, you don’t have the time or the patience to filter through the dense forests of insight.   This is where podcasts come in. In…

Top 10 Mobile Responsive Themes for Shopify

Nearly 60% of all ecommerce traffic now comes from mobile devices. In 2018, around 53.7% of US shoppers made purchases on their mobiles2. It goes without saying that there’s no way you can put off optimizing your mobile app in 2019. When customers visit your app, they expect it to be responsive to their needs and form factor. The good news – it’s incredibly easy to choose a responsive theme for your Shopify mobile app.…

Got a New Mobile App? Here’s How to Introduce It

If you really want to deliver on the potential of your store, then you can’t stop at a website (however fast and well-designed it may be). You need to move into the mobile app world. Expanding your reach in this way simply gives you more opportunities to convert, and allows you to achieve levels of convenience and accessibility that can keep customers coming back.   But that doesn’t mean you’re guaranteed success with a great…

A New Mobile App? Tips To Market It

If you really want to deliver on the potential of your store, then you can’t stop at a website (however fast and well-designed it may be). You need to move into the mobile app world. Expanding your reach in this way simply gives you more opportunities to convert, and allows you to achieve levels of convenience and accessibility that can keep customers coming back. But that doesn’t mean you’re guaranteed success with a great mobile…