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Where are the customers!? If sales are slow despite a winning product and polished store, check out these marketing resources.

Learn Social Media Marketing for eCommerce

The number of social media users are catching up with internet users, so ignore this channel at your own peril! Learn how to leverage its power here.
Facebook Content Strategy – 5 Ideas for Online Sellers
Over 4 million businesses have their own pages on Facebook today. If you’re reading this post, you probably administer a page for your own online store (don’t forget to tell me about it via comments). Regardless of how big or small you are, content you post on Facebook is as important as the content you’re publishing on your website. It’s a good time to remember that the end goal here is to make your Facebook presence an engaging and effective part of your sales funnel. Emphasis on part of, you cannot expect to make significant sales on Facebook that can rival your eCommerce store. However, you can use Facebook to influence your brand’s reputation, customer service, and market affinity. So what type of updates can yield these results? We asked our community and here are 5 Facebook content ideas for and by online sellers: 1. Post something that&rsquo
By Jason Acidre • 4 min. read
How Pinterest Drives Traffic to E-Commerce Sites
Everyone knows that social media is becoming a force to be reckoned with in ecommerce. Everyone isn't quite so knowledgeable, however, about some of the newer players in the game. Pinterest, in particular, is making enormous waves in the world of social commerce.
By George Drennan • 5 min. read
Generational Marketing Strategy Guide: Social Media
Different demographics take different marketing approaches. So naturally, when marketing to a specific generation, you need to cater to its characteristics. While generations are usually categorized by people’s belief systems, which influence the way they act and speak, there are four popular age-based generational categories considered by marketers. And while specific age brackets may differ slightly, they are usually classified as: The Generations Baby Boomers – Born between 1946 and 1964 Generation X – Born between 1965 and 1980 Millennials – Born 1980 to 1995 Gen Z – Born 1996 to 2010 When it comes to marketing to different generations, almost more important than the language used to communicate a specific message is understanding how to grab their attention. It is also important to note that generational lifestyles and social values often carry more
By Jolina Landicho • 7 min. read

Learn SEO & Content Marketing for eCommerce

What's content, who are influencers and how do I get the O into SEO? All the ins and outs of owned media and how to use them here.
11 eCommerce SEO Mistakes You Don’t Know You’re Making
Discover 11 examples of less-obvious SEO issues for e-Commerce sites, and find out exactly what you can do about them.
By Jason Acidre • 11 min. read
300+ Best Instagram Captions & Hashtags for your Photos in 2024
Instagram isn't all about images. Sure, they catch attention and pique curiosity. But without words that provide context and a sense of direction, your Instagram photos won't make any sense. It's hard to ignore Instagram's potential as a marketing tool. With one billion monthly active users and 500 million daily active users, Instagram allows individuals and businesses to reach a massive global audience. That in mind, make the most of your Instagram marketing efforts by putting as much thought into your captions as your photos. Your Instagram captions shouldn't be just an afterthought! Post Contents: [ show hide ] What is an Instagram Ca
By Jason Acidre • 26 min. read
Get Repeat Sales with Email Marketing
This is the final post in our Simple 5 Step Method for Mega Sales This Holiday Season and we are going out with a bang by talking about a really fantastic free selling strategy which is all about customer retention and making repeat sales to customers that you already have. This is a fantastic way to make money online without investment so it’s great...
By Jason Acidre • 30 min. read

Learn Web Design & Branding for eCommerce Dropshipping

When it comes to improving the performance of your shop, technical know-how will be your friend. Learn all about copywriting, mobile considerations, conversion optimization and more.
How to Get Photos of Items You Are Dropshipping: We Cover all Methods
The easiest way to get pictures for your dropshipping products is to ask suppliers to provide images you can use.
By SaleHoo Group • 9 min. read
11 High Profit Private Label Ideas (with Proven Examples) + 8 Suppliers to Work With
Private labeling is when you purchase products from a manufacturer and sell them under your own brand name. In this business model, the products are manufactured by a third-party supplier but sold under your own brand.
By SaleHoo Group • 12 min. read
The Ultimate Guide to Customer Loyalty Programs + 6 Live Examples
Globally, points-based rewards programs are the most popular. Shoppers can earn points on purchases that can be redeemed for discounts and other perks.
By SaleHoo Group • 13 min. read

Learn Online Paid Advertising for eCommerce

Spread the word, improve engagement, and boost sales – paid media are your friend to kickstart your brand and keep it running.
Mastering Amazon PPC in 2024 (Updated Step-by-Step Guide)
Amazon PPC is an advertising platform that helps sellers promote their products on the Amazon marketplace. When a shopper searches for a product using a relevant keyword, the sellers with the highest bids win the auction, and their product ads get listed in the sponsored placements. Advertisers only pay the bid price if their ad gets clicked.
By SaleHoo Group • 18 min. read
Instantly Boost Sales with These 10 Multichannel & Omnichannel eCommerce Strategies
What are omnichannel eCommerce and multichannel eCommerce, and what are some strategies? Quick Answer: Omnichannel and multichannel eCommerce are different approaches to selling products online. With multichannel eCommerce, you sell products through independent channels like an online store, a mobile app, or third-party marketplaces. Omnichannel eCommerce is a more integrated approach. It focuses on creating a smooth and consistent customer experience across all online and offline channels. For example, a customer could begin their shopping journey on a mobile app, switch to a website for more information, and then purchase in a physical store. Post Contents: [ show hide ]
By SaleHoo Group • 16 min. read
9 Best eCommerce Sales Channels to Tap Into + 3 Case Studies
The best eCommerce sales channels include setting up a website, social media platforms, and online marketplaces.
By SaleHoo Group • 15 min. read
In-depth Courses

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Learn how to successfully build, launch, and grow your online store with courses taught by world-renowned eCommerce professionals. Exclusive to SaleHoo.
Dropshipping on Shopify

The ultimate guide to building a successful dropshipping store using Shopify. You’ll learn how to choose the right product & supplier, build your store & drive traffic & sales.

Amazon Product Launch

A step-by-step, in-depth guide to launching your first product on Amazon (or any marketplace!) and building a full-time income online in just six days.