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Mobile Optimization Initiative: Switching Retailers Onto Checkoutless Commerce

In today’s fast-paced market, consumers don’t have the time to be delayed by a lengthy checkout process. Cart abandonment is at an all time high - with some studies suggesting 80% of customers will abandon their eCommerce shopping cart. Unfortunately, that trend doesn’t seem to be falling.

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This entry was posted on March 14, 2019 by Brent W Peterson

Digitalization Action Plan for your Business: Part 1

In today’s fast-paced, technology-driven world, businesses need to develop an online presence in order to keep with their competitors and attract customers. eCommerce continues to increase at an exponential rate each year, and online consumers expect their favorite retailers to have fast, updated websites for convenient shopping experiences.

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This entry was posted on March 12, 2019 by Brent W Peterson

Quieres Hacer eCommerce y No Sabes por Dónde Comenzar? Conoce Magento


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This entry was posted on March 06, 2019 by Luis Gomez

7 Tips on How to Protect Your Online Store From Fraud

E-commerce has revolutionized how we shop. A few years ago, you wouldn’t have imagined that you could shop for shoes, clothes, bags, accessories, and gadgets while at home or in your office. Unlike other methods of shopping, e-commerce is the most convenient. As an e-commerce store owner, you’re able to reach more customers, cover a wider territory, and you don’t need to have a physical store.

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This entry was posted on February 19, 2019 by Brent W Peterson

Taxes and E-commerce, What You Should Know

When you enter the world of e-Commerce, you’re either starting your own business, or expanding it. Either way, you’re on the hook for taxes now. Taxes are the lifeblood of a country’s government, so it stands to reason that you’ll be responsible for a lot of them. When you operate your own business, you’re in charge of three main types of taxes: estimated taxes (the tax on your income and self-employment), employment taxes (Social Security and Medicare), and sales taxes. While the first two tax groups remain relatively static once you’ve got them figured out, sales tax can be a real headache.

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This entry was posted on February 12, 2019 by Brent W Peterson

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