It's unfortunate, but many new businesses, and even a few that have been around for many years, fail to take advantage of selling online.
Surprisingly, many of the concerns I hear from new business owners are not about cost of the investment.
Clients cite things such as shipping problems and being able to keep up with the potential growth spurt.
While these and other concerns, are valid…
Selling online, commonly referred to as e-commerce, is as, and sometimes more important than, hiring sales people.
While there are still expenses incurred in managing an e-commerce website, those expenses don't rise to the level of employee expenses.
A website doesn't take a vacation, doesn't call in sick, and doesn't go home at five.
Tuesday, Nov 28, 2017 by Madison James