“Welcome to your eCommerce store course!
Over 10 chapters, this course offers insight into setting up an eCommerce store; from conceptualizing your business and creating your website to marketing your store.
Each chapter represents one lesson. At the end of each lesson, you’ll find a video summary of the content as well as a short quiz designed to test your understanding of the content.
Are you getting your piece of the pie?
Learn why eCommerce is one of the easiest ways to start making serious money online.
While eCommerce could mean selling an ebook from a landing page, it is most often used to refer more exclusively to online shops that sell multiple products and that have a particular layout and set-up. The most popular example of an ‘eCommerce store’ is undoubtedly Amazon. This acts just like a high street store and allows you to browse products at your leisure and add them to a shopping cart. The only difference is that you can do all this from the comfort of your home and once you check out, the products are the simply delivered to you wherever you are…
If you’re looking to make money online, or even if you just want to increase the profits of your existing business; creating an eCommerce store is an excellent strategy. Scratch that: this is 100% the best way to make money online and that goes for hobbyists, entrepreneurs, bloggers and small businesses alike. Bold claim? Sure is. But find out why we can be confident in making it.
The first thing you need to recognize is that eCommerce is growing. In the early days, people were uncertain about spending money online and found that it was daunting handing over their card details and trusting in a supplier that they couldn’t meet face to face…
So what is it that has led to such growth in eCommerce? Well, the simple fact of the matter is that online sales benefit everyone. The only reason online sales haven’t already dwarfed physical sales is probably the fact that some people still don’t trust shopping online or aren’t sure how to go about it. Over time this concern will be eroded more and more – while tools like PayPal will make it easier and safer than ever before…
Try putting an eCommerce store on your existing website and just see what a difference it makes to your profits. And the potential for growth is massive. So with all that in mind then, it’s definitely worth learning how to create an eCommerce store so that you can start maximizing your online earnings. And potentially, so that you can turn your small website into your very own brand selling products that get you really excited.
What You’ll Learn
- What is eCommerce & Why You Should Take Notice
- Why eCommerce is the Future
- What You’ll Learn
- An Introduction to eCommerce Business Models
- For High Street Stores
- As a Side Business
- For Bloggers and Marketers
- Some Examples of eCommerce Business Models
- Where to Find Products to Sell
- Creating Your Online Store
- An Introduction to WordPress
- Setting Up – Installation
- Themes and Others
- Part Two – Your eCommerce Store Platform
- The Top eCommerce Platforms to Choose From
- Hosted Solutions: Self-Hosted Solutions
- Creating a Shopify Site
- Creating a WooCommerce Store
- Designing a Store That Will Sell
- Laying Out Your Store
- More Ways to Generate More Sales
- Pricing Strategies
- Persuasive Writing
- Split Testing
- Marketing Your eCommerce Store
- SEO & Content Marketing
- Social Media & PPC
- Launching Your eCommerce Business
- And Much More!
The potential of eCommerce is limitless and it’s only going to grow as it becomes more and more widely accepted everywhere.
Ecommerce is rapidly growing to the point where it’s likely to overtake the revenue generated by brick and mortar stores in the near future. Over time, companies like Amazon, eBay and Etsy have managed to erode a lot of the uncertainty that the general public has felt toward buying products online, which means that more and more people are starting to take full advantage of what is an incredibly convenient, easy and cost-effective way to buy products.
Buying online means that you can choose from products all around the world and that you can buy things much more cheaply seeing as the sellers don’t need to rent a store or pay lots of staff…
But this is even better news for the sellers. If you open an online store, then you can sell to a completely global audience with very few overheads. There’s an extremely low barrier to entry, meaning that you don’t need to rent or buy your own premises or hire a team of staff. As we’ll see in fact, you need only a very small amount of initial capital to invest in inventory and this means there’s barely any risk…