Greg’s blog is hosted at WebStoresLtd.com. This is a feed to his most recent posts.
- LinkedIn Marketingby GregJameson on February 19, 2020 at 2:14 pm
Social Networks are not intended for selling. They are designed for building relationships. Anyone who tries to make a sales pitch without first having built a relationship with someone on any social media platform is likely to be met, not just with rejection, but hostility. And that is not the way to make a sale. The post LinkedIn Marketing appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- Characteristics Common To Competent SEO Companyby GregJameson on February 16, 2020 at 10:13 pm
Guest post by Lilly H. Before choosing an SEO company, it is important to gather your team to discuss your content and your marketing objectives (You will also Check this page to know little more about SEO company choosing tactics at this Li Creative Technology. From there, you can choose a partner who will help The post Characteristics Common To Competent SEO Company appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- Are we ‘Hiding’ on Social Media?by GregJameson on February 12, 2020 at 2:00 pm
I’m writing this blog post from New York City, where I have over 2,000 LinkedIn connections. Prior to my trip, I decided to reach out to a number of those connections, specifically ones who worked in jobs related to mine. My pitch was simple: I’m not selling anything, I just want to put the “social” The post Are we ‘Hiding’ on Social Media? appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- Nothing great happens inside your comfort zoneby GregJameson on February 5, 2020 at 2:30 pm
I got to start the new decade doing something on my bucket list: skiing Aspen’s Highland Bowl. If you are a skier, you’ll understand – Highland’s Bowl is Aspen’s crown jewel. It involves an hour-long hike along a narrow cornice to reach the summit. The hike would be difficult in the summer, much less in The post Nothing great happens inside your comfort zone appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- 10 Ways to Protect E-commerce Customer Databy GregJameson on February 2, 2020 at 3:53 am
Guest post by Dan Radak A day does not pass by without complaints of hacking of a website or stealing from e-commerce sites. The number of cases involving the hacking of this site has increased tremendously over the past years. It is, therefore, essential for all businesses, whether small or big, to equip themselves with The post 10 Ways to Protect E-commerce Customer Data appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- Have streaming channels gone too far?by GregJameson on February 1, 2020 at 1:31 pm
Cadbury Gets Into the Streaming Business Are you ready to cancel your Netflix subscription? Streaming channels aren’t just for Hallmark and Disney – anyone can get into this game. Will you be signing up for the taster account or the “all you can EATertainment” package? FavoriteThe post Have streaming channels gone too far? appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- How to compete on shippingby GregJameson on January 29, 2020 at 2:03 pm
Vendors and shoppers alike struggle with shipping costs. Many ecommerce companies take a bath with shipping, while customers choke when they see what it costs to get an item delivered to their door. Meanwhile, Amazon provides free 2-day shipping to its prime members. As a result, many consumers have become accustomed to, and even expect, The post How to compete on shipping appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- 7 Best Practices for Writing Product Headlines in 2020by GregJameson on January 22, 2020 at 2:00 pm
Have you ever looked at how the best-sellers on Amazon write product headlines? Here is just one example: Video Camera Camcorder, Actinow Digital Camera Recorder with Microphone HD 1080P 24MP 16X Digital Zoom 3.0 Inch LCD 270 Degrees Rotatable Screen YouTube Vlogging Camera with Remote Control,2 Batteries What do you notice? When you fill in The post 7 Best Practices for Writing Product Headlines in 2020 appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- Get Rid of Spam [Free Guide to Help You Win]by GregJameson on January 22, 2020 at 12:51 am
Most websites have at least some type of form on them – it might be a contact form, a newsletter sign-up form, an event registration form, or a job application form. Often these forms become the target for spam bots – electronic code that attempts to fill out a form making it look somewhat believable The post Get Rid of Spam [Free Guide to Help You Win] appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- Google Chrome Has Become Surveillance Softwareby GregJameson on January 15, 2020 at 2:04 pm
I’m in the business of digital advertising which relies on collecting data about users in order to target ads to them. And I’m here to tell you you need to reduce your Google footprint. You’re probably aware that Google keeps tabs on what you’re up to on its devices, apps, and services—but you might not The post Google Chrome Has Become Surveillance Software appeared first on WebStores Ltd.