Are You Selling Online?
Whether you’re a startup, a single-product business, or a brick and mortar store with hundreds of products, if you’re not selling online, you could be missing out on a huge piece of your target market.
Nowadays, more and more people are turning to the web to look for products and services. With companies like Target and Walmart following Amazon’s two-day shipping business model, it’s clear: online shopping isn’t just the future, it’s the here and now.
With things like Instacart, Doordash, Uber Eats, and the like, it only further proves that consumers prefer shopping from their laptops and handheld devices. So, if you’re not selling online yet, what are you waiting for?
E-Commerce isn’t the expensive, high barrier-to-entry thing that it used to be. With products like WooCommerce, Shopify, and others, getting started selling online is more affordable than ever.
At B&B, I prefer to work with WordPress and WooCommerce as there are no monthly e-commerce related fees and the platform is incredibly customizable and scalable.
However, if you’re looking to get started with e-commerce and want to connect with an existing point-of-sale system, or you have an e-commerce site that you want help with, I can work with just about any e-commerce platform on the market.
If you’ve been wanting to get started with selling online, don’t wait any longer. Contact me today and let’s start talking about how we can get your amazing products online.
WooCommerce is a powerful, e-commerce plugin for WordPress that comes with dozens of amazing features right out of the box. Best of all, it’s 100% free to use.
WooCommerce offers inventory management, shipping and tax rates, coupon codes, unlimited product variations, built-in payment processing, one-click refunds, order management, and so much more.
Shopify and many other e-commerce platforms charge a monthly fee that scales right along with your revenue, so your costs grow as your store grows. WooCommerce is free, and the only additional costs you might have are for additional add-ons that expand the default features and functionality.
With WooCommerce, you can bolt on additional add-ons as your needs grow, so outgrowing the platform is never a concern. If you want to sync your WooCommerce products with your Facebook store, there’s an add-on for that.
Want to print UPS or FedEx labels right from your website? Yep, there’s an addon for that too. The skies the limit, so if you’re ready to get started, give me a call today.