Greg’s blog is hosted at WebStoresLtd.com. This is a feed to his most recent posts.
★★★ Make Your Subject Line STAND OUT 🙂
by GregJameson on October 15, 2018 at 2:16 pm
Have you ever gotten an email with symbols in the subject line and wonder “how did they do that?” The fact is, the subject line is the single most important part of any email – it determines whether or not someone opens your message and decides to read it. You can mark an email as Read more about ★★★ Make Your Subject Line STAND OUT 🙂 […]
“I’m Terrible At Writing My Own Copy”
by GregJameson on October 10, 2018 at 10:41 pm
You should not be hiring a copywriter. You should be writing all of your own copy. But, writing your own copy can feel so sloooooooow. In fact, you might even think that you can’t do it. Not only can you, but it is imperative that you do it, and that you create original, high quality content Read more about “I’m Terrible At Writing My Own Copy” <--- This is Killing Your Sales […]
Only use this if you want to get noticed!
by GregJameson on September 12, 2018 at 2:01 pm
I had the honor of co-hosting a webinar yesterday with Michelle Calloway, the founder and CEO of Revealio, an augmented reality application that is geared towards small business owners. If you are looking for a way to differentiate yourself from your competition, you need to watch this webinar – I promise it will be worth Read more about Only use this if you want to get noticed! […]
Tools you can use
by GregJameson on August 21, 2018 at 2:50 am
These are some tools that I found that can benefit both business owners and webmasters – check them out! About 60% of website traffic now comes from smart phones and tablets, which is why it is critical that your website is able to adjust itself dynamically to fit on a smaller screen without zooming up Read more about Tools you can us […]
Outdoor Electronics ?
by GregJameson on August 19, 2018 at 3:07 pm
This post was originally published on my scouting website, cyberbase Trading Post, but the information in this is relevant to many small business owners, so I decided to replicate it in its entirety here for your use. As a scoutmaster, I never let the boys in my troop bring any kind of electronics with them Read more about Outdoor Electronics ? […]
by GregJameson on August 14, 2018 at 8:10 am
You’ve probably seen chatbots in action. They are on all sorts of websites, from major retail chains to mobile phone service providers and many other types of sites and apps. At first, you might think you’re talking to a real person. Usually, a popup appears with a picture of an agent, along with a name. Read more about Chatbot Marketing […]
What Can We Learn from Amazon Prime Day?
by GregJameson on July 15, 2018 at 4:28 am
These are some important lessons that small etailers can learn from Amazon Prime Day: 1. Create Your Own Holiday! 2. Get your affiliates to promote it for you. 3. Make people join your membership program in order to participate. 4. Build hype early, including pre-deals. Send out press releases. 5. Offer the best deals on Read more about What Can We Learn from Amazon Prime Day? […]
What I learned form a Recent Trade Show
by GregJameson on July 10, 2018 at 5:56 pm
OK, to be fair, I guess I already knew this lesson, but I found it interesting how it really struck a chord with me: people are skeptical. It certainly doesn’t help when you go to a trade show and some of the vendors are sitting in their booth, playing on their phones or their laptops, Read more about What I learned form a Recent Trade Show […]
EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY! You must collect internet sales tax in all 50 states…
by GregJameson on June 26, 2018 at 8:39 am
On Thursday June 21st, the US Supreme Court ruled in favor of the state of South Dakota vs. Quill Corporation that states have the right to collect taxes on internet sales regardless of whether or not you have a physical presence in the state. This means that as an ecommerce company selling through your website, Read more about EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY! You must collect internet sales tax in all 50 states […]
Why Do Websites Break?
by GregJameson on June 21, 2018 at 8:47 am
If you have ever had a website, you know that they are never finished. Nor are they supposed to be. As your business changes and you get new products and services to sell, or you get new information and prices changes for current products and services, your website needs to reflect those changes. But these Read more about Why Do Websites Break? […]