Did you know that 61 percent of customers read online reviews before making a purchase decision? They are essential if you operate an e-commerce website. Accumulating a large number of 5-star reviews builds brand reputation and credibility, and ultimately drives sales.
Throughout my life, I have visited more than 100 countries, and during that time I have not only shared countless videos and pictures of my excursions, but I have learned a number of great lessons along the way as well.
I always appreciate when other women entrepreneurs are completely transparent about their businesses, so, with that in mind, I wanted to share with you what it really took for me to bring in over $12,000 while on vacation last week.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is coming, whether you like it or not. According to Gartner, Inc., the number of interconnected devices in 2016 will jump 30 percent to 6.4 billion in common use, and more than double to 13.5 billion by 2020.
A website will give your business value, a chance to communicate with your target audience and showcase your products and services. That's probably the reason why the desire to have a website is almost like second nature for entrepreneurs, especially online entrepreneurs.
Online businesses can be some of the most profitable enterprises around - with low overheads and staff requirements, the potential to make money is huge. But most online start-ups fail, so how you can you differentiate yourself and make a success?
Ever heard the saying, "the average millionaire has 7 sources of income"? Well that's what this post is about... generating those sources of income. I've carefully selected 7 income sources that have a low barrier of entry.
What makes entrepreneurs stand out and be successful online is not how well they conformed to mainstream advice; it is how well they innovate, how well they forge their own path and create their own success story.
Building a successful online business is one of the most difficult things to accomplish. With the explosion of the Internet, many people built businesses to capitalize on the gold rush -- and unfortunately, many businesses are failing.
It's funny that some entrepreneurs forget that they are actually selling to people like themselves. People are busy, they have things that matter to them. They don't move around thinking "What should I buy next?" or "I wonder who's got the next juicy offer?"