The Recipe for B2B eCommerce Success: Part Four

Posted by Bill Onion

September 19, 2018 | 10:30 AM

So, you’re considering implementing a B2B eCommerce site. It can be intimidating for sure and there are a lot of moving parts, but if you plan the project well it can be a straightforward process. While the project may not be a piece of cake, we’ve found that breaking it down into a few crucial ingredients is a great way to whip up a successful B2B eCommerce site. Here is the next installment of our 13 ingredients for B2B eCommerce success. (Be sure to check out Part OnePart Two, and Part Three as well.)

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Topics: eCommerce, B2B

The Recipe for B2B eCommerce Success: Part Three

Posted by Bill Onion

September 12, 2018 | 10:30 AM

So, you’re considering implementing a B2B eCommerce site. It can be intimidating for sure and there are a lot of moving parts, but if you plan the project well it can be a straightforward process. While the project may not be a piece of cake, we’ve found that breaking it down into a few crucial ingredients is a great way to whip up a successful B2B eCommerce site. Here is the next installment of our 13 ingredients for B2B eCommerce success. (Be sure to check out Part One and Part Two as well.)

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Topics: eCommerce, B2B

The Recipe for B2B eCommerce Success: Part Two

Posted by Bill Onion

September 5, 2018 | 10:30 AM

So, you’re considering implementing a B2B eCommerce site. It can be intimidating for sure and there are a lot of moving parts, but if you plan the project well it can be a straightforward process. While the project may not be a piece of cake, we’ve found that breaking it down into a few crucial ingredients is a great way to whip up a successful B2B eCommerce site. Here is the next installment of our 13 ingredients for B2B eCommerce success. 

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Topics: eCommerce, B2B

The Recipe for B2B eCommerce Success: Part One

Posted by Bill Onion

August 29, 2018 | 10:30 AM

So, you’re considering implementing a B2B eCommerce site. It can be intimidating for sure and there are a lot of moving parts, but if you plan the project well it can be a straightforward process. While the project may not be a piece of cake, we’ve found that breaking it down into a few crucial ingredients is a great way to whip up a successful B2B eCommerce site. Here are our 13 ingredients for B2B eCommerce success.

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Topics: eCommerce, Magento, B2B

What to Expect When You're Expecting an eCommerce Site

Posted by Gian Genovesi

August 15, 2018 | 10:30 AM

It’s an age-old story, really; one day, you just realize that your life is missing something. Your business, which once seemed so complete, is now ready to expand and welcome something new. Or maybe your days of running around and placing manual orders are growing tired and you’re ready to move on to the next chapter.

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Topics: eCommerce

Is Your eCommerce Site Ready for Anything?

Posted by Lindsey Mink

August 1, 2018 | 10:30 AM

The holiday season is a hectic time for everyone, especially retailers who are scrambling to get their eCommerce site perfectly optimized and ready for the holiday rush. While increased site functionality and hosting capabilities are important for the holidays, you never know when a random event will spike interest in your company website.

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Topics: eCommerce

How to Overcome Four Common B2B eCommerce Challenges

Posted by Bill Onion

June 27, 2018 | 10:30 AM

Over the years, we’ve been champions for bringing B2C eCommerce functionality to the B2B space. But taking your B2B organization online can be a challenge. Through all of the different B2B eCommerce projects we’ve worked on, no matter the industry or company goals, we’ve seen the same four challenges over and over: creating support for the project, managing catalog content, integrating the eCommerce and ERP systems, and engaging the sales team.

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Topics: eCommerce, B2B

YourCompanySucks.com

Posted by Lindsey Mink

June 20, 2018 | 10:30 AM

The start of the .sucks era changed the way companies viewed negative domain names. With the development of the .sucks era came a new outlook on negative domains and a fear associated with their possible usages. The debate on whether anyone should be allowed to buy a company’s negative domain names was controversial as some though anyone should be allowed to buy a negative domain name to use to express their opinions and give companies constructive criticism. Many business owners felt the opposite, fearing the intentional and unintentional harm negative domain names would cause their companies.

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Topics: eCommerce, security

Templates and the Changing Role of the Designer

Posted by Michelle Kowalski

June 6, 2018 | 10:30 AM

When creating or updating a website, one of the things people are often most interested in is the site design. Sure, backend functionality is important and, yes, a tight integration is crucial, but a modern and functional design is usually the first thing to signal that a site has been updated. So, when it comes time to design your site, should you hire a designer or rely solely on a template?

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Topics: eCommerce, Design

Advice from a UI/UX Designer

Posted by Michelle Kowalski

May 9, 2018 | 10:30 AM

When it comes to an eCommerce site, everyone involved is going to have ideas about how they want their dream site to look and function. But while everyone will know what they want, not everyone understands how the overall eCommerce site design process works. I wanted to share some behind-the-scenes knowledge so that you have a better idea of what designing a site entails and how to get the eCommerce site of your dreams. 

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Topics: eCommerce, Design

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