Economy

7 Ways to Make Your Ecommerce Business Ready for International Sales

Your online Ecommerce store has the ability to sell the product in every possible corner of the world where the internet has been able to put his mark. But many are still backing from going international because of the complexity of cross border logistics fulfillment. 

Yes, going international is not an easy task but it has great potential for the growth, your Ecommerce store can have. As per one study, more than 45% of global shoppers have shopped from international stores. That’s why it is more important than ever to get into the international market and take the piece of the pie for yourself. 

Quoting IT: Andy Grove on Job Creation

"You could say, as many do, that shipping jobs overseas is no big deal because the high-value work—and much of the profits—remain in the U.S. That may well be so. But what kind of a society are we going to have if it consists of highly paid people doing high-value-added work—and masses of unemployed?"

Andy Grove, Intel CEO 1987-2005, Andy Grove: How America Can Create Jobs, BusinessWeek, July 1, 2010

Despite economy, online ad revenue grows

Good news for sites that make a little money by allowing advertising on their pages.  Though, personally I've seen a drop in online ad revenue despite not doing too bad with the number of visitors I'm getting.

Despite an economic turndown, online advertising--and search in particular--is managing to keep its market intact, according to reports on Tuesday by an industry trade group and Wall Street analyst. 

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