Category: ePages & e-commerce
ePages has just signed a global deal with Sage, the market leader in cloud accounting software, to offer fully sychronised online orders and accounting processes for ePages merchants. As a first phase, UK online shop owners can now benefit from greater digitalisation and efficiency by using ePages and Sage One software combined for their retail business.
An infographic by Ereviews reveals how e-commerce driven millennials really are.
In this article we present you a variety of tools that make the search for the best domain name a lot easier.
Grant Thomas from Justuno gives insight on how to make the most out of your online store promotions.
In this guest article, Grant Thomas from Justuno explains to you the advantages you get from running promotions in your shop.
SaaS (Software as a service) or Open Source? Installable or hosted in the cloud? If you have been in the e-commerce world for a while, you are probably familiar with these concepts, but ... do you really know what they mean or what their differences are from one another? If, however, you are considering opening an online shop and have not decided yet which system suits you most, knowing the differences between SaaS and Open Source solutions will help you understand what is most convenient for your business idea.
One of the biggest benefits of social media is that it’s free. This is true from a monetary perspective, but often what it doesn’t cost you in money it will cost you in time. What I mean is; if you really want to achieve success on social media with unpaid (organic) content alone, you’ll need to share relevant updates on a regular and consistent basis.
You want to open your own online shop, but you do not know where to begin? Then watch our video with André Podeyn from ePages who guides you through the first steps.
Opening your own online shop with ePages is easy. But there are some things to consider before you start with setting up your shop. In our video, André Podeyn from ePages tells you everything you need to know.
The European Commission proposed a package of measures today to allow consumers and companies to buy and sell products and/or services online more easily across the EU. The main three measures are: tackling geo-blocking, making cross-border parcel delivery more affordable and promoting customer trust through better protection and enforcement.