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  • How to Adapt to New Ecommerce Opportunities Fast

    How to Adapt to New Ecommerce Opportunities Fast

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    Thanks to the growing versatility and breadth of the digital landscape, selling your products online has never had more opportunities to reach customers. But while there are more potential customers to convert, there are also more companies trying to reach them. This makes being able to adapt quickly key for your success in ecommerce.
    Whether it’s launching a service, responding to sudden changes in market conditions, catering to evolving customer expectations or targeting new opportunities in another country, being able to adapt fast can make all the difference when it comes to conversions and overall revenue. Namely, you need a lot flexibility when it comes to your checkout and payment processing to match whatever strategies you develop to grow your online sales, and the best way to access this flexibility fast is with a full-service ecommerce platform.

    Getting to Market Quickly

    Once you have a product or service that is ready for market, there will never be a better time to start selling. A full-service ecommerce solution can easily integrate into your online store so you can launch as soon as your product and website are ready. A full service solution means that you don’t have to apply for a merchant account or ensure your site maintains PCI level security protection.

    Expanding Internationally

    If you’re eyeing an expansion of sales in other countries, it’s critical to ensure that your ecommerce experience fits within the customer’s expectations. This means every touchpoint with your company needs to feel local, from language to currency to aesthetic. If it’s not, your cart abandonment rate will climb.
    An end-to-end ecommerce solution can automatically detect the location and language preference of shoppers and display the appropriate checkout experience. It can also support a range of payment options that are popular around the world and can display, collect and remit the necessary taxes on your behalf.

    Optimizing Your Ecommerce Fast

    The best path to get shoppers to convert will vary with every company and customer segment. Figuring out which method works best for your business will take testing and an ecommerce solution that can easily be adjusted. Adopting an ecommerce platform will easily allow you to change prices as needed, accept coupons, offer limited-time trials and whatever other adjustments to your customers’ purchase path you may want to try.

    Evolving Expectations

    The way we buy and sell online is constantly evolving. Customers are expecting continually faster and more convenient checkout experiences. A full 27% of online shoppers in the U.S. abandon orders due to the checkout process being “too long and complicated.” To this end, ecommerce platforms include customizable cart page templates that are mobile-optimized and designed around conversion best practices.

    The Tools to Support Your Growth Strategies

    An outsourced ecommerce platform like RevenueWire Commerce is the best way to seize whatever ecommerce opportunities may present themselves. To launch new products quickly and to adapt to whatever new opportunities may arise, you need an ecommerce platform that can support all the ways you want to grow.
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  • When You Need More Than Just Payment Processing

    When You Need More Than Just Payment Processing

    When you start an online store, there are many options when it comes to accepting customer payments. The most traditional route is to have a merchant account to allow you to accept credit card payments and a payment gateway to connect that account to your online store.
    While this rudimentary solution offers a great deal of control and relatively low fees, you have to apply for both your merchant account and payment gateway, which can take time and is not guaranteed to be approved. You’ll also have to set up and support your own checkout pages while maintaining the appropriate level of security.
    In the end, many find that these solutions end up costing more in terms of missed opportunities like failed payments, growing security requirements and evolving consumer expectations.

    Fostering Growth: Why Comprehensive Ecommerce-as-a-Service Makes Sense

    Some opt for slightly more advanced payment solutions like PayPal that combine merchant accounts and payment gateways into one solution. Advantages include faster set up and the ability to accept major credit cards. However, most will direct shoppers to an off-site page which can impact the customer experience and increase cart abandonment rates.
    To fully take advantage of opportunities online, especially those looking to move to a subscription business model, the most successful online stores are choosing full-service solutions to accept payments. Not only can they help you get to market much faster, ecommerce-as-a-service combines all aspects of payment processing with additional features to maximize customer conversions and capture all possible revenue.
    Specifically, this means effectively managing customer shopping and checkout experiences, being able to adapt quickly to new opportunities or changes in marketing conditions, as well as providing the data and expertise needed to fully realize the revenue potential of your product or service.

    There’s More to Converting Online Shoppers Than Most Realize

    Selling online is incredibly competitive. No matter what they’re looking for, customers have a lot of choice, which makes them liable to quickly abandon a potential purchase if anything gives them hesitation. This makes having a consistent, branded and easy shopping and checkout experience vital.
    Ecommerce-as-a-Service ensures you have an optimized, branded checkout based on the latest best practices and security protocols to convert more shoppers, including pages optimized for the growing number of people shopping on mobile devices. This also encompasses converting international customers with cart pages that display in a shopper’s native currency and language, along with their preferred payment methods.

    Payment Processing Tailored to Your Business Needs

    Ecommerce-as-a-Service also means you don’t have to divert valuable resources to keeping your cart security credentials up-to-date, collecting and remitting international taxes, paying out partners or providing customer billing support. This allows you to focus on what your company does best – providing a great product.
    With every business having unique payment processing needs, it’s vital to find one that’s the right fit. So, if you’re starting an online store or if you suspect that your current payment processing solution is causing you to miss opportunities to win more online customers, consider the value of a comprehensive payment processing solution.
    Get our full report on overcoming the top payment and conversion challenges faced by online sellers and what you should look for in a payment processing provider.
  • The Definition of Internet of Things: A Simple Explanation

    The Definition of Internet of Things: A Simple Explanation

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is a new concept that has grown complex. Here’s a simple explanation of what it is and how it affects your entire existence.

    We’ve all heard about the Internet of Things (IoT). It’s either great or terrible, depending on who you ask. But what is it, exactly?
    The Internet of Things is the internet-able nature of modern physical devices, vehicles, and buildings. You may also have heard of IoT products as connected devices or smart devices.

    How does the Internet of Things work?

    Typically, Internet of Things devices have sensors and software that enable the collection and exchange of data via the internet. IoT objects can be controlled remotely to allow direct integration with computer systems, which, it’s argued, results in economic benefit and improved efficiency for users.
    IoT shopping applications, for example, could track a phone’s location to learn a person’s shopping habits. Companies will use this data to target individuals with special offers for their favorite shops and products.
    A shopping app could also link to a smart fridge, which would decide what food is needed (based on past consumption) and send the grocery list directly to a person’s phone. In fact, it’s entirely possible a smart fridge could order products automatically without any human interaction.

    IoT: A simple explanation
    The Internet of Things is everything that connects to the internet.

    The Internet of Things might also enhance home security, via a notification or live camera feed sent to your phone anytime someone enters your home. IoT could even make the dream of a self-sustained home a possibility. Imagine running a bath, vacuuming, or putting the kettle on—just by swiping a smart app.

    The Internet of Things and security concerns

    IoT application goes further than just gimmicks and consumer products, though. Large-scale projects, such as smart grids, smart homes, intelligent transportation, and smart cities, are also embracing IoT. In fact, some cyber experts estimate there will be as many as 50 billion IoT objects by 2020.
    A system of such massive interconnection would have significant benefits, such as allowing universal access to information and a forced transparency on governments (we can see them, just as they see us).
    However, the potential threat to privacy is staggering. And while the hope is that transparency will breed decency in governments, it’s more likely they will use IoT for social control and political manipulation.
    Security concerns will be an issue. Chiefly, remotely controlled IoT devices are perfect prey for man-in-the-middle attacks.

    IoT leads to data mining and privacy issues

    On the surface, it seems the Internet of Things and the resulting data mining are utterly incompatible with privacy.
    Household privacy is completely compromised by analyzation of network traffic from smart devices. A smart thermostat could note changes in room temperature to gauge when people are enjoying a spot of bedroom activity, for instance.
    There’s nothing to stop an insurance company tracking your entire life (either with their own smart devices or paying for data from someone else’s), then using the information to deny you health insurance or a claim. As data storage becomes smaller and less expensive, companies can keep data forever on the assumption it will be useful down the line.

    Criticisms of IoT: How safe is the Internet of Things?

    It’s easy to write this off as more scare-mongering. And let’s be honest: ExpressVPN has a finger in the privacy solution pie. But prominent groups, such as The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) have expressed concern about IoT eroding the control people have over their own lives, stating:
    “There’s simply no way to forecast how these immense powers—disproportionately accumulating in the hands of corporations seeking financial advantage and governments craving ever more control—will be used. Chances are big data, and the Internet of Things will make it harder for us to control our own lives, as we grow increasingly transparent to powerful corporations and government institutions that are becoming more opaque to us.”

    A VPN will help protect your privacy

    There are many privacy benefits to a VPN, which this blog has covered many times. Even better, an ExpressVPN router gives VPN protection to any Wi-Fi-enabled device, even ones that can’t normally run VPN software, like PlayStation, Xbox, TV, and all your smart devices.
    This is a brave new world we enter, where everything can be stored and used to harm us. Make sure you know what you’re signing up for. And don’t give up too much for the benefit of such little convenience.

  • The Internet of Things (The MIT Press Essential Knowledge series)

    The Internet of Things (The MIT Press Essential Knowledge series)

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    We turn on the lights in our house from a desk in an office miles away. Our refrigerator alerts us to buy milk on the way home. A package of cookies on the supermarket shelf suggests that we buy it, based on past purchases. The cookies themselves are on the shelf because of a "smart" supply chain. When we get home, the thermostat has already adjusted the temperature so that it's toasty or bracing, whichever we prefer. This is the Internet of Things — a networked world of connected devices, objects, and people. In this book, Samuel Greengard offers a guided tour through this emerging world and how it will change the way we live and work.Greengard explains that the Internet of Things (IoT) is still in its early stages. Smart phones, cloud computing, RFID (radio-frequency identification) technology, sensors, and miniaturization are converging to make possible a new generation of embedded and immersive technology. Greengard traces the origins of the IoT from the early days of personal computers and the Internet and examines how it creates the conceptual and practical framework for a connected world. He explores the industrial Internet and machine-to-machine communication, the basis for smart manufacturing and end-to-end supply chain visibility; the growing array of smart consumer devices and services — from Fitbit fitness wristbands to mobile apps for banking; the practical and technical challenges of building the IoT; and the risks of a connected world, including a widening digital divide and threats to privacy and security. Finally, he considers the long-term impact of the IoT on society, narrating an eye-opening "Day in the Life" of IoT connections circa 2025.

    Product Details

    • File Size: 208 KB
    • Print Length: 232 pages
    • Publisher: The MIT Press (March 20, 2015)
    • Publication Date: March 20, 2015
    • Sold by:  Amazon Digital Services LLC
    • Language: English
    • ASIN: B00VB7I9VS
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