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How do you promote your E-commerce

Discussion in 'E-Commerce' started by James Roberts, Aug 4, 2015.

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    James Roberts

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    Hi guy,

    Just a general question to everyone.

    How do you promote and market your E-commerce store..is it just via SEO or do you use PPC. Do you promote offline as well as online.

    Im trying to see what i'm missing.

    Cheers

    James
     
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    sarastones

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    Hi James, what do you sell in your store?
     
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    UKBL-Admin

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    Hello James,
    Welcome to UKBL

    There are quite a few people with / discussions around the same questions.
    As a general idea, I would do as much advertising as possible, utilising all the channels that are affordable to you, but most importantly focus on establishing a strong social media presence.

    Vali
     
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    Bonds John

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    It depends upon your advertising budget and on the products or services you selling.
     
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    Ioana Tech

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    You need to use the tactics that work. From a compelling website optimised for conversion, to social channels (especially Facebook for most of the niches, direct mailing, SEO, compelling and appealing promotions and the smart use of technology.
     
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    carolinnah

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    Seo onpage and offpage optimzation along with promotions and social media share.
     
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    Paul Norman

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    This is an oldish thread, revived, which is fine. But it does highlight why the majority of Ecommerce ventures will fail. The OP just hopped in here, posted a thread and has not engaged with that thread, not even to answer the realistic and fair question.

    As a result of which we have offered him zero advice and he has learnt nothing.
     
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    appkodes

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    It depends on your needs and budget. If you want more traffic fast and are willing to pay for it, then PPC might be right for you. But if you're operating on a shoestring budget, it may make more sense to invest time in chasing high search rankings through SEO.
     

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