Online Business & E-Commerce Blog

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What's Keeping You From Trying New E-Commerce Tools?

Jordan Roper January 3, 2018


It seems that with every passing month, customers expect more and more from their online buying experience. They expect a new standard because the bar keeps getting raised by forward thinking companies who implement new features, methods of communicating, or ways to keep customers engaged.

How much of your time do you spend in trying to keep your customer’s digital experience as smooth as possible? Do you ever see a new growth tactic and say to yourself, “I wish we were able to pull that off, too?”

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The Rise of E-commerce APIs

Jordan Roper December 15, 2017


In the past few years, we have seen a real increase of e-commerce software tools that make life easier for online sellers. From streamlining your website, improving your checkout experience, making shipping convenient, providing robust inventory tracking, and more, these web apps give businesses new speed and agility when serving customers. Now, more than ever, it’s easy to grow your online stores with all of this great cloud based software.

What is the hidden engine that is fueling all of this growth? The API.

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What's Wrong With Prebuilt E-commerce Integrations?

Jordan Roper November 28, 2017


No matter if your e-commerce company is just starting out or experiencing rapid growth, it’s easy to see that passing data between software tools is an essential part of your business. Even though many of the popular software tools are being modernized, e-commerce integrations still pose a big challenge for the majority of companies who sell online.

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Are You an Online Seller or a Dev Shop?

Jordan Roper October 30, 2017


Every ecommerce entrepreneur remembers that moment when they realized they wanted to start an online business. Before they knew it, their back of a napkin idea was starting to take shape. They could see it all unfold before their eyes - the awesome products they would sell, the space where they could make them, how they would start their marketing plan, and how excited the customers would be when that package arrived in the mail.

Sound familiar?

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