Understanding when it’s time to spend money on brand recognition and marketing can be stressful. Using a fulfillment center like Shipfusion allows you direct access to our partners like Arka, who create amazing custom packaging for eCommerce businesses. Below are some tips and insights on when its time to take your brand to the next level. Face it; plain… Read More »
Whether you’re debuting a new product to the marketplace or trying to gain renewed interest in an existing item in your product line, a great way to introduce new customers to your business is through product samples. Product samples allow your business to showcase new or older merchandise to a targeted audience with the intent of increasing your… Read More »
Starting your own online store? Want the launch to be absolutely customer-licious, with your store instantly becoming a hit in your niche and receiving record traffic on its very first day?
For those of you who’re here — Hi everyone! — and wondering what’s this post is all about, well, it’s basically an introduction to ecommerce shipping for entrepreneurs planning to start an online store.
As one of the leading providers of order fulfillment services, Shipfusion has a variety of clients—many of which operate their stores through WooCommerce.
You’ve set up a visually appealing online store and have stocked it with some amazing products. Everything is in place except the shipping rates.
What is fulfillment and how does this core function help businesses?
“If you count all your profits, you will always show a profit” – Wilson Mizner. Isn’t it awesome to see online orders lined up? As rewarding as it may seem, trouble begins when you haven’t planned out how you’re going to fulfill them.
“Shipping by water is cheaper than by rail, which is cheaper than by truck” – Rick Scott. How a business chooses to ship products and items to its customers makes a big difference in improving or damaging cost-effectiveness. In the end, all businesses look for ways by which they can lower costs – and shipping is usually the… Read More »
Guess what, your customers won’t prefer buying from you if you make late deliveries. Who would want to wait for such slow shipping and delivery!