Social media is much more than a form of microblogging: We use it to communicate and to keep in touch with friends and family. We use it to stay informed about what’s happening in our communities and globally. We use it to discover and even to purchase new products.
In fact, 37 percent of users between the ages of 18 and 34 — which encompasses the most active age groups on social media — are already buying products directly through social media.
Many of us assume our devices are becoming more secure. After all, we’re constantly buying the latest devices and receiving software updates to supposedly patch vulnerabilities like putting caulk around a leaky faucet. However, recent reports of hacks and data theft suggest that our devices are as vulnerable as ever. So what's the best, most effective way to secure your smartphone?
Studies have shown it’s between 5x and 10x more expensive to acquire a new customer than it is to keep an existing one. In fact, even if you improve your retention by just five percent, you could see an increase in profit of 25 percent to 95 percent.
Whether you’re an up-and-coming eCommerce store looking to boost retention or an established digital superstore with a loyalty program that needs a facelift, we’re going to tell you everything you should know about eCommerce loyalty programs and how to start a customer loyalty rewards program for your own eCommerce store.
The current team chat landscape is truly a tale of two tools: Slack and Discord. Slack has been the go-to team communication platform for years, while Discord is most known for its voice communication, providing a non-interruptive experience that has been embraced by the gaming community.
So is Slack for work and Discord for gaming? Or is there more to it than that? To answer this question, we're taking a closer look at these two tools to see how they compare.
Apple is arguably the most important tech company in existence today. Having ushered us into the Era of the Smartphone — arguably the most important piece of technology to emerge in decades — Apple is a company with vision. For years, other companies have looked to Apple for hints at what consumer technology could become. It’s not a stretch to say competitors have only reinforced Apple’s vision for the future.
But 2018 hasn’t been Apple's best year.
Every entrepreneur dreams of seeing his or her business grow, but business growth doesn’t happen overnight. And it won’t happen without a plan and a strategy.
We’ve collaborated with experienced business owners, and gotten their tips to help you learn how to grow your business using the most effective business growth strategies for eCommerce.
No matter how "affordable" the wireless carriers try to make their plans, we continue to wish they were cheaper. Fortunately, you don't have to wait for the carriers to drop their prices. You can make your monthly wireless plan cheaper right now.
These are the seven best ways to lower your cell phone bill in 2019.
It used to be that the cloud storage app you used would depend on your operating system of choice, but cloud storage providers have since become platform-agnostic. This means you can use virtually any cloud storage service with just about any platform and device.
Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive have emerged as two of the leading cloud storage options. Here we'll compare the two—Google Drive vs. OneDrive—to help you decide which is right for you and your business.
Facebook is one of the most-trafficked websites on the planet. In fact, 31% of the global population are active on the platform at least monthly.
What if you could tap into even a small fraction of Facebook’s massive user base? What if you could boost sales and in turn, generate more revenue for your online store by bringing your retail business to Facebook’s vast audience?
We’re here to tell you that you can. Here’s how to sell products on Facebook in four easy steps.
Looking back on 2018, Apple had a tough year as certain missteps affected the company’s bottom line. Among Apple’s most controversial moves in 2018, there’s one I wanted to highlight for an important reason: With no second-generation iPhone SE in sight, it seems Apple has exited the “budget flagship” market.
In fact, I’ll take it one step further: I’m convinced Apple won’t be releasing any more budget iPhones, and here’s why.
Facebook might seem old and tired now. But it still tops the charts at nearly 2.2 billion people who are active at least on a monthly basis. This means that more than one in every five humans is on Facebook. With so many people using Facebook, it would be natural to assume that posting more content to the social site would give your content more opportunities for users to see it. But that’s not exactly how it works. In fact, it’s actually the opposite.
With eCommerce, you can turn a humble website that’s dependent on advertising for profit, into a digital storefront and burgeoning business of its own.
This glossary is a complete collection of terms, concepts, products, and services you should know to master dropshipping.
When James Wan, director of The Conjuring (2013) and Furious 7 (2015), was confirmed to be directing Aquaman’s origin story, my interest was piqued. I’ve adored Wan’s films and have been closely following his career.
Having seen the film myself, I’ll say this: I was both pleasantly surprised but also a bit disappointed.
More and more retailers have jumped onto the eCommerce bandwagon which in turn, has created fierce competition for consumer transactions. As a result, we’ve seen new models of online retail emerge, such as dropshipping.
Maybe you’ve even heard of it before, but does dropshipping work? And is it a good business decision?
How, exactly, do you gauge the performance of a smartphone’s battery? Since battery size isn’t always indicative of battery performance, we’ve had to look for some other representation. That’s where screen-on time comes into play.