Posts Tagged ‘ecommerce’
It seems that no one is surprised anymore by the fact that retail is rapidly moving from brick and mortar building into an online commerce space. The first quarter of this year’s comScore report indicates $44.3 billion of an online sales in the U.S. alone. The tendency spreads global-wide so every business-savvy person understands the importance of going online. And doing it smart.
There is quite a few ecommerce solutions available out there but if your retail business is large enough to hire sales manager you might consider something solid and reputable for your ecommerce needs. Like ecommerce platform called Demandware. Read the rest of this entry »
What to write about on the 4th of July but independence? It’s a tough word if you think about it. And it can mean different thing to different people. Copyblogger posted a short article today on what independence means for a business owner stating that it does not matter whether you are a tycoon or a mom-and-pop store you are a business owner and so be it.
I’m so happy I’m a blogger ’cause I have to digest an enormous amount of information on the daily basis and just like every person we meet is a teacher so is every article I stumble upon teaches me something as well.
I’ve read all the Facebook posts today on what a birthday of America means to my friends and came to think of what “the independence” means specifically to me. I don’t think it’s really a freedom to make my own choices ’cause too many people depend on my decisions. And I can not say that I’m an owner of my own life ’cause it’s tightly connected to lives of my loved ones and that’s the way I like it. So I think my independence lies in my ability to create stuff that I can call my own. Like this blog. Thank you for being a part of it. And Happy 4th!
If you never heard Bert Jacobs talk – get up and do it. And once you’ll get the bug of optimism putting party inside of you pick a piece of plain white paper and write down your business goals and think whether you are gonna have fun achieving them. Cross out stuff that you know for sure will make your life miserable and highlight those that already are making you feel happy. Read the rest of this entry »
Money can’t buy happiness…heard that one? What is the happiness anyway? Is it a state of mind, a lifestyle, a feeling, an emotion? Does it stretch over some period of time or comes and goes in the flash of a second? Or maybe it’s all of the above – at different times for different people? Let’s assume that sometimes happiness is an emotion. Can you buy it then? Read the rest of this entry »