If you’ve got a business that fits Pinterest’s demographic and focus, your online store needs to be there. This social network consistently drives referrals, traffic and sales to websites. But what you really need to know are two things:
Unless you’ve been under a rock for the past 15 years, you know that email has become a very prominent marketing tool for businesses. The reason? It works! Compared to all other online marketing methods, email consistently delivers the best click-thru and conversion rates.
Here are some tips to help you get the best results from email marketing.
QR Codes are cropping up everywhere – in magazine ads, posters, product packaging, how-to books, DVD and Blu-Ray extras and more. But for every great use of QR Codes in online marketing strategies, there are 10 poorly conceived and executed QR Code disasters. Here are 10 tips to make sure your QR codes are most definitely NOT a disaster. […]
Your website is an opportunity for you to make a good impression and help existing and potential customers decide whether or not they should do business with you. Even if your business is mostly offline (i.e. you don’t have an ecommerce site), you should still be very worried about the impression you are making online. The majority of consumers now use the web to research everything from the new restaurant that opened downtown to the accounting firm they are considering bringing business to next year. Even if their purchase or business transaction will happen in the “real” world, their decision is often made before you even get to meet your potential customer.
You only get one chance to make a good first impression, so avoid these common pitfalls at all costs! […]
More and more, a company’s website is the first, valuable interaction with a new customer. Is your website stuck in the Stone Age (and by Stone Age, I mean the 90’s and 00’s)? What impression are you giving the 58% of American adults who according to Pew Research Center research the products and services they are interested in online before purchasing or engaging a company? […]
Here at NetSource Technologies we’ve designed and developed E-commerce websites using ProductCart — premium E-commerce software developed by Early Impact — for more than eight years. Beginning April 15, NetSource Commerce, a new sister company of NetSource Technologies, is taking over development, sales, and support of the ProductCart E-commerce suite after acquiring the software and related intellectual property from Early Impact. […]
We don’t just make website at NetSource, our talented team members have also been known to make a tasty treat or two. This year the competition will be steep, with lots of entries competing for the following prizes:
Greenlawn RV Sales, of Columbus, Ohio, has launched a new website using NetSource’s exclusive dealer website content management system, EZ-Site. The new website allows site visitors to browse the company’s inventory of new and used RVs, and also presents information about the company’s parts and service department.
Greenlawn RV Sales specializes in travel trailers, fifth wheels, toy haulers and truck campers. They offer a wide range of Starcraft, K-Z and Skyline recreational vehicles. The browser-based EZ-Site system lets the dealership staff easily update and maintain the website without the need for any special software. […]