Are you completely in love with your current CRM or ecommerce platform? You shudder at the thought of having to migrate all that information into a new platform, just because you now want to capitalize on marketing automation. With so many marketing automation software options, finding “THE ONE” doesn’t mean you’re stuck with software that doesn’t play nice with others. SharpSpring came on the market in 2014 and was built as an affordable, open system for agencies to use to provide marketing automation to clients and integrate with all client systems. In this SharpSpring review we'll see if this platform provides a full set of tools for lead generation, lead nurturing, contact management, sales management and analytics.
Shopify has an incredible number of features, themes, and selling options; all coming together to deliver an easy eCommerce experience for both merchants and buyers.
However, many eCommerce professionals notice that Shopify’s platform isn’t the easiest to customize. The visual composer provides a few interesting tools for the beginners, but for merchants who want a more custom online store, it’s usually necessary to hire developers or Shopify experts who know how to write code.
Think of the last time you purchased an item online.
Did any of the reviews sway your decision on whether or not to buy?
Although Amazon has been seeing its fair share of biased reviews, this doesn't mean that the reviews still don't work. In addition, you, as an independent ecommerce professional, still have some pull next to Amazon, due to no one ruining the system with free gifts for reviewers.
Sometimes it's not exactly ideal when you're running an ecommerce store and trying to use a third-party email newsletter engine like MailChimp, AWeber or Campaign Monitor.
Problems arise when you attempt to connect the automated emails to your products, receipts and transactions, seeing as how these aren't integrated solutions for the ecommerce world.
However, SmartrMail has a different approach.
The age of affordable mobile apps is upon us. You can find dozens of builders online that help you construct a simple small business app without spending thousands of dollars on a developer. It works by providing pre-built templates and simple builders that anyone can manage.
The only problem is that some of the builders can get pricey the more downloads you have, and I've yet to find a solution to truly integrates with an ecommerce store.
However, that may have changed recently, since we were introduced to a company called Plobal Apps.
The Intuit name is synonymous with products like Intuit QuickBooks, TurboTax and Quicken, all of which are used regularly for taxes, accounting and finances. All of the tools mentioned are viewed favorably by accountants and other professionals throughout the world, so it's exciting to see exactly what the Intuit brand has to offer in terms of a payment gateway.
Creating an online store in 30 seconds is a tall task, and finding a solution that's actually good for beginners to scale up a business is not exactly as easy to locate as it may seem.
One might say that LearningCart is a little different than those ecommerce platforms you hear most often about.
Sure it has hints of Shopify, like with the ecommerce functionality and customer profile customization. However, you'll find far more that caters to the whole learning management system (LMS) aspect of things.