Greg’s blog is hosted at WebStoresLtd.com. This is a feed to his most recent posts.
- How often should you email your customers?by GregJameson on April 7, 2021 at 1:25 pm
Last week I talked about being prolific. But the truth is, not everyone wants to be a content creator. You just want to sell your products, not be an author. Which raises the question: how often should you be writing articles and sending them out to your customer base? I’m sure you are on some The post How often should you email your customers? appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- Why Not Having a Retail Blog Means Leaving Money on the Tableby GregJameson on April 2, 2021 at 1:33 am
Guest post by Joe Peters Blogging is one of the best things you can do for your business. As the ultimate way to build your presence online, attract new customers, and prove your industry expertise, a blog helps you attract customers and increase profits. Although finding the time to write on your blog regularly and The post Why Not Having a Retail Blog Means Leaving Money on the Table appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- The Prolific Entrepreneurby GregJameson on March 31, 2021 at 12:48 pm
Have you ever wondered how long it takes to write a book? Or create an online training course? People are often amazed when I tell them I did my last book in a week or my last training course in 3 weeks. But the truth is, i was able to do this because I had The post The Prolific Entrepreneur appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- How do I put my pictures on Google images?by GregJameson on March 24, 2021 at 2:16 pm
I recently had a client ask me this question: When I Goggle ” wooden saddle stands” then click on images a ton of stands come up, how do I put a picture of mine on there? Essentially, this is the same search engine optimization question of “how do I get listed on page 1 of The post How do I put my pictures on Google images? appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- What Social Platforms Should You Be On?by GregJameson on March 17, 2021 at 1:06 pm
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Everyday it seems like a new social platform comes on line. TikTok, ClubHouse, Twitter Spaces, Caffeine, Instagram Reels, House Party…the list goes on. That is in addition to all the ones that have been mainstream for the past decade: Facebook, LinkedIn, WhatsApp, YouTube, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, SnapChat, etc. Here is a The post What Social Platforms Should You Be On? appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- Marketing Your POD Store without Advertisingby GregJameson on March 10, 2021 at 2:09 pm
In our last article we talked about using advertising to promote our Print On Demand store. and we discovered that it wasn’t very cost effective when first starting out. So now we want to see what kind of marketing we can do to get the word out there about our online shop without spending a The post Marketing Your POD Store without Advertising appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- Advertising Your POD Storeby GregJameson on March 3, 2021 at 2:01 pm
For the past number of weeks, we’ve been talking about Print on Demand and how it can benefit both existing online stores and how you can create an entirely new store using only POD products, such as my example, AdventuresinSkiing.com. This business model is perfect for anyone who: Hates risk (you’ll never pay for products The post Advertising Your POD Store appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- 6 Powerful Ecommerce Statistics That Will Guide Your Strategy in 2021by GregJameson on February 25, 2021 at 3:55 pm
Guest post by Jessie Connor In today’s world, with major online stores like Amazon and eBay with their millions and millions of items, it can be difficult for smaller ecommerce stores to find their place under the sun. The six ecommerce statistics below will help you create a robust strategy and make your online store The post 6 Powerful Ecommerce Statistics That Will Guide Your Strategy in 2021 appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- Creating Designs for Print on Demandby GregJameson on February 24, 2021 at 2:31 pm
Over the past few weeks, we’ve been talking about adding Print On Demand (POD) products to your webstore. You can do only POD products, or you can supplement your other listings with POD products. It’s an enticing business model: you list the products on your website and when an order is placed, the POD company The post Creating Designs for Print on Demand appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- Organizing Your Online Storeby GregJameson on February 17, 2021 at 2:20 pm
As I was working on my Adventures In Skiing Print On Demand shop, I started out using a hierarchical category system such as Men’s clothing -> Men’s shirts -> Men’s T-Shirts. Using the standard way that WooCommerce works, this means that as a customer, you had to drill down for up to 4 levels just The post Organizing Your Online Store appeared first on WebStores Ltd.