E-Commerce

Twitter Ads: Advertising on Twitter

Twitter Ads: Twitter for businesses – part 3

Advertising campaigns on social media need to be well organized. As a huge market in which each social media platform follows its own rules, each also requires its own strategies. On Twitter, you advertise with so-called ‘Twitter Ads’. But what exactly are Twitter ads, and what sort of campaigns does Twitter offer? What does the pricing model for advertising on Twitter look like? How can you...

Paperless office: the advantages of digital archiving

Paperless office: can you really digitize everything?

Digitized photo albums and music collections are nothing new; for years now, internet users have been able to manage their music and images online. This phenomenon allows us to share our snapshots with friends via social media platforms and listen to our favorite songs while on the go. The paperless office is the workplace equivalent, and although companies seem to be slow to go digital, the...

Server failure – what to do?

Server failure: risks, consequences, countermeasures

Server failures can be devastating for businesses, especially if central business areas are controlled by IT systems since the longer the server is down, the costlier is it for the company. This can result in loss of sales and in the worst case, the loss of business or customer data. Here we demonstrate the internal and external sources of danger that can lead to server failure, explain the...

Data protection in e-commerce

Data protection in e-commerce

Data protection and security in the area of e-commerce can be particularly tricky. Users are constantly leaving behind traces online - regardless of whether they are making online orders or simply surfing the web. Consumer data can be of great interest to businesses. It gives them the opportunity to advertise and make offers to potential customers. But which data are you actually allowed to...

Create terms and conditions

Common mistakes when creating terms and conditions

General terms and conditions are now an integral component of the contract between buyers and sellers. They are important for online store owners to apply the same rules for all their customers and goods. Furthermore, they not only simplify the purchase process for dealers and customers, but also provide legal protection for both parties. But what do you have to pay attention to when creating...

What is Google AdWords?

What is Google Ads?

Google Ads is the most popular advertising platform for search engine displays. It also offers a portal to advertising space on various third-party sites through the Google Display Network. But how does Google Ads actually work? How much does Google Ads cost? And how can Google Ads help you?

Getting your website Christmas-ready

4 steps to getting your website Christmas-ready

With the holidays just weeks away and shoppers dashing to their devices to try and beat the holiday rush, it is important to ensure that your web presence is ready to take on the challenge. Whether it is a blog or an online shop, here are a few tips and tricks to ensure that your website is ready to hit the road running as the festive season kicks in!

E-commerce platforms: a software comparison

E-commerce platforms: online store software comparison

Selling products and services online – it’s easier today than ever before. The opposite is true of choosing the right shop system: when searching for the best solution, online merchants are confronted by an almost endless range of professional e-commerce software. But which product meets the requirements of your own online project? Our website comparison provides you with clues and a clear...

What is the ROPO effect?

Brick-and-mortar shopping vs. e-commerce: what’s the ROPO effect?

E-commerce has been booming for years now, and nowadays, even everyday items like groceries are ordered online. A threat to brick-and-mortar locations? Not necessarily: the ROPO effect shows that local retailers also have the possibility to take advantage of the marketing power of the internet. This is due to the fact that many customers do their research online and the make their final purchase...

The biggest online marketplaces that you should know

Selling online: the top English-speaking online marketplaces

You want to sell online – but where? If you don’t want to be entirely responsible for your own online shop, then you should offer your products on e-commerce platforms. Aside from the giants Amazon and eBay, there are other interesting online marketplaces that are worth checking out. In this guide, we present some options and show you each of their benefits and drawbacks. In addition to their...