Subscription services streamline the process of accepting recurring payments. Consumers benefit from a one-and-done approach to online shopping, so they don't have to remember items or services they use regularly. And merchants score the steady stream of income that comes from subscription payments. Discover how leading brands on the Shopify Plus platform benefit from using ReCharge subscription services.
At eHouse, growing both professionally and personally is a core value which often means we look for opportunities to give back. Co-founder and COO, Chris Quinn, has been nominated as a candidate for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Woman of the Year.
Chris is on a mission to make an impact on those whose lives have been affected by cancer. In collaboration with our team at eHouse Studio and her campaign team she is partnering with The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) on a very ambitious 10-week fund-raising campaign to fight cancer beginning on February 21, 2019.
Thriving brands need an eCommerce platform that supports continued growth. Flexibility, scalability, and security are cornerstones to online success. Companies have many eCommerce platforms to choose from, making it a challenge to find the right solution. Things brands should be considering when evaluating their platform are:
1. Does this platform help stay up with ever-evolving ways customers are shopping?
2. Does this platform allow us to innovate in how we sell and the customer experience?
3. Does this platform continue to improve and adapt the technology to make our jobs easier?
4. Does this platform integrate with other leading-edge technologies in eCommerce?
Discover seven reasons why Shopify Plus is the top choice for top brands such as Dr. Axe, Magnolia, Kylie Cosmetics, Rebecca Minkoff, Gymshark, and more.
What could be worse than stumbling out of bed after your alarm to make your early morning coffee, only to find out that the coffee bag is filled with mere crumbs? I’m afraid we can all relate to this far too familiar scenario. But in the era of convenience that we live in, this tragedy can be mitigated with—you got it—subscriptions! In this post, we will take a deeper look into the strategies of a few companies that are taking their subscription programs to the next level to encourage subscription use and increase customer cart sizes.
The Supreme Court of the United States rocked the world of retail last June when it ruled that physical presence was not the sole requisite for sales tax collection. But what does that mean for ecommerce merchants?
Email marketing continues to dominate how businesses connect with their customers. Nearly 105 billion emails are sent each day; this number is expected to reach 246 billion before 2020. With potential customers facing this inbox deluge, crafting an email that stands out becomes a challenge.
According to Mastercard SpendingPulse, the 2017 online holiday retail sales experienced 18.1 percent year-over-year growth, outpacing retail sales growth overall. Cyber Monday 2017 was the biggest e-commerce day in U.S. history.
Here’s a look at several emails online retailers delivered during last year’s holiday season.
Shopify Unite 2018 was more than just an opportunity to see Justin Trudeau, eat poutine, and see Toronto. It was also a time to hear some big announcements for what is soon to come for brands powered by Shopify Plus over the coming year.
Here are a few things that really jumped out at us and that we’re super excited about for our clients and brands running on Shopify Plus.
Thinking about site speed and performance for your Shopify store should get you excited. While the idea of investing time and money may make you cringe, the impact on eCommerce sites directly correlates to conversion and bottom line. Now we’re back to exciting!
Just as its name suggests the Shopify Plus platform provides tools to help eCommerce businesses grow and scale without having to re-platform. Having a platform that can grow with your business is essential to ensure that today's hard work can turn into tomorrow’s sales. Launchpad is just one of the many apps from Shopify that allows eCommerce brands to simplify the process around marketing campaigns with automation.
Online sellers are investing in technologies to make sure customers have a great experience along the entire buying journey. A key moment for customers in the journey comes during the transition from considering a product, to actually paying for it.
Within this transaction, sellers rely on users to navigate common forms to share their shipping location.