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Choosing the right technology to boost your ecommerce business.

Even before the unprecedented events of 2020, online businesses were thriving. Now that the pandemic continues to bring about profound changes in all aspects of our lives, establishing an online presence is even more important. Before you jump in head-first, however, it is important to learn about the various pieces of technology that you will require in order to ensure your success.

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Is your ecommerce site mobile-friendly?

​Not so long ago, consumers used their laptops or PCs to browse for items, shop for bargains, and make their purchases. These days, those larger devices are quickly being replaced by the ubiquitous smartphone. If you run an ecommerce site, it is imperative that you optimize it in order to capitalize on this ever-growing trend.

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How to protect your ecommerce site from fraud as more consumers make purchases online.

Purchasing goods and services via the internet has never been more attractive to consumers. Safety, convenience, and a diverse variety of choices are just some of the features of ecommerce that are making it the choice of an increasing number of consumers. Unfortunately, the criminals and fraudsters who want to prey upon them have taken notice. In this age of online dominance, you need to protect your business (as well as the people you serve) from fraud, data breaches, and other criminal behaviors.

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The pros and cons of having a multi-currency website.

​Thanks to the internet, it is now becoming just as easy to order from a site headquartered thousands of miles away as it is to buy locally. As a business owner, it stands to reason that you want to capitalize on the deep global pool of customers that have recently become available to you. Before you jump in head-first, however, you should learn about the pros and cons of having a multi-currency website.

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Optimize your business website with these 8 tips.

Your ecommerce website is much more than a sales gimmick. In an age when online browsing and purchasing are becoming the rule rather than the exception, your internet presence is rapidly becoming your store’s most visible brand ambassador. As a result, it makes sense to put your time, effort, and perhaps even a little capital into making it one of your most persuasive sales tools.

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Why some consumers may still be afraid to pay online.

​Shopping online enables consumers to conduct exhaustive research in a search for top bargains. Ecommerce can be conducted anytime and from anywhere. Better still, the products purchased can be delivered right to the consumer’s door. Nevertheless, a significant number of consumers are fearful enough of ecommerce that they forgo all of its advantages. Let’s take a look at some of the questions these potential customers may have about your ecommerce website.

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How a payment gateway helps your business grow.

​As a business owner, it is in your best interests to make the customer payment process as easy and as flexible as possible. If you only accept cash, you are sure to lose sales to your competitor down the street or across the ocean who is accepting credit cards and other more modern forms of payments. In a nutshell, that is why you need access to an omnichannel payment gateway, the ultimate in essential merchant accessories in today’s increasingly cashless environment.

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The importance of flexibility in a payment gateway API.

In addition to demanding superior products at an affordable price and excellent customer service, consumers want a checkout experience that is seamless and secure. This is the case whether someone is buying items at a brick-and-mortar store’s physical cash register or completing their purchase online. In the latter case, effortless and frictionless checkout is now being accomplished thanks to something known as a payment gateway API.

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Can using a virtual terminal make transactions easier?

Your customers want simple ways to pay using any method they choose, but it’s not always practical to invest in an expensive point of sale solution. A virtual payment terminal offers an attractive alternative for processing credit cards and other popular payment types.

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Why ecommerce and brick-and-mortar are stronger together.

In the realm of retail, the needs and wants of customers are of prime importance. They dictate the products that merchants stock, the prices they charge, and even how payments are made. If buyers are unsatisfied with any of these elements at a particular store, they will simply go elsewhere. As a business owner who must constantly keep this fact in mind, it probably comes as no surprise that providing a combination of a physical retail presence with an ecommerce presence could be the ultimate win-win.

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