6 Tips and Tricks to Boost your eCommerce Business

| February 25, 2019

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We have heard it all before, eCommerce is the future of retail sales. In 2018 the worldwide online retail sales amounted to 2.84 trillion US dollars. By 2021, the market will evolve to 4.88 trillion US dollars in worldwide online retail sales. This is a growth rate of 72% in just three years!The big question now is, how can you be a part of this exponential growth and enjoy a piece of the cake? There are many different alternatives to exploit eCommerce sales. One is to sell through established marketplaces like Amazon, eBay and Walmart; the other option is to build your own eCommerce store. It is even possible to do both at the same time, thereby creating a truly omnichannel experience.

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