There are certain things you can do in Shopify. What it does in the end sometimes causes complete havoc. Example of which are duplicates that causes huge problems in the end like wanting to integrate to other systems. People struggle in managing their products listings. In this podcast, IDA Connect will be discussing five tips on how to manage products in Shopify.
In episode, it tackles how sellers encounter a lot of returns in The Iconic. It is tough but it is something you can deal with. There is no way you can get The Iconic to handle returns, how they sell or market your products so just embrace it. IDA Connect will be discussing how we can help you track sales rather revenues to help to avoid large disappointments.
We encounter problems selling The Iconic. Oftentimes, people try and track financials in each and single order that causes a lot of frustration to sellers such as returns, cancellation, discounted order items, etc. And it is very hard to track back trying to get their financials right. Thru IDA Connect, we can help sellers configure how to separate orders coming in a management system like Shopify from financials and provide solutions to such challenges they face.
Local markets take a long time to start setting up everyday, bringing back down the store at the end of the day taking your time and effort to do all these. So in this episode of Local Markets Are More Than Hidden Gems, we will be sharing some tips on how you can reduce work, insights on how to leverage your market to increase sales and on how to get people come in and look and start buying more of your products.
No matter if your shipping a few parcels a day or hundreds, having a really good fulfilment process will help drive up customer satisfaction, which will naturally lead to more sales. On today’s episode, Brad speaks with Rob from Shippit, who has some amazing insights into why it is so important to get your fulfilment process right. If you’re serious about increasing sales, this should not be missed. Shippit Blog: https://www.shippit.com/blog/ Robs LinkedIn:...