eCommerce is a huge opportunity for those of you who want to start a side business but have a tight budget. But if you want to make any money, you need to be sure your web store gets seen. Today, Joey Feldman has some awesome advice to market your eCommerce business.
Social media is a huge part of retail selling today. On every network, you see the things people want, the things people buy, and the places they get them from. It’s become a huge factor in directing the way people make their purchases. That’s why it’s important to get the most from it. There are 7 major things retailers are doing wrong with their social media. Here they are, counted down for you.
There is sort of a wide array of stuff going on in the world of small business this week. I'm actually surprised considering the usual ramp up for Black Friday that makes everything else fade into the background. But it's interesting. State Assembly Republican Leader Kristin Olsen of Modesto was honored as the Legislator of the Year by the California Small Business Roundtable Retreat. Yelp has set out on a mission to fix it's relationship with small business. And postal service rate hikes have negatively impacted small eCommerce businesses. Here's what's happening this week.
Amid a major series of business focused laws signed in to effect and vetoed out this week, there were a few key takeaways that could prove to have huge impacts, though how positive or negative is yet to be seen. An interesting "fair wage act" was just signed in to effect by Governor Brown that changes the way sexual discrimination can come in to play. Facebook has introduced a dramatically different shopping experience for it's platform. And Governor Brown also put a huge legal protection forth for franchise owners. Here's what happened this week in the news.
We took the week off of news during Labor Day, but we're back with some neat stuff going on in California. Twitter wants you to buy from the app, Doughnuts are dunking in Santa Monica, and lawns are going green in Long Beach. See what's going on in business news!
Apparently, small business owners have a lot to watch out for right now. In this week's business news, we find a utilities company impersonator scam, the lingering threat of digital crime, and the return of the online sales tax legislation.