eCommerce Blog

By the Pixc Team

2018 Step-by-Step Guide to Starting an eCommerce Store

The Best Advice for Starting an eCommerce Store: Step by Step with Shopify Store Owners

Having interviewed dozens of successful eCommerce entrepreneurs, I know there are many steps and challenges involved in starting an eCommerce business. Without proper direction, it is easy to lose focus on what is important. Especially in the early days, having to learn new technical skills and business responsibilities can leave you with an overwhelming sense …

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Mobile Commerce Is About to Conquer the eCommerce Mainland Within Months

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Mobile Revenue Will Surpass Desktop Revenue by the end of 2017 According to Goldman Sachs, mobile commerce traffic will reach $ 600 billion by the end of 2018.  A March 2016 Similarweb Report states that in several countries like in the UK, m-commerce traffic already made up almost 2/3 of the total online retail in …

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42 Awesome SaaS Tools to Run a 7-Figure eStore

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It takes a great team to scale an eCommerce store to success. The second most important part is probably the tools your team uses. There is a world of platforms and apps out there that can help you automate just about anything, but finding the right ones can be challenging to say the least – …

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10 Quick Tips For Managing Your Inventory Better

10 Quick Tips for Managing Your Inventory Better

You’re probably doing a good job of managing your inventory. You have the Economic Order Quantity in mind, and you know your lead time as well as sales expectations in a given time period. And that’s great. But you can use these ten quick tips to manage your inventory even better. Most of these tips …

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How to Get eCommerce Shoppers to Visit Your Retail Store

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While eCommerce has had a big impact on the retail industry, it certainly hasn’t eliminated customer demand for brick and mortar stores. Research shows that the ability to physically touch and feel a product and take it home immediately remain the top two reasons people still prefer shopping in a store. But eCommerce continues to …

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