We are hiring a sales manager with experience selling software and/or services to eCommerce businesses. This position reports to the company founder and offers a base salary and commission commensurate with experience.
- Leverage personal contacts and set up appointments to make presentations
- Find new opportunities by researching and being resourceful
- Make cold phone calls and sending out emails
- Gain a clear understanding of customers’ businesses and requirements
- Listen to customer requirements and present appropriately to make a sale;
- Maintain and develop relationships with existing customers in person and via telephone calls and emails;
- Respond to incoming email and phone enquiries;
- Negotiate the terms of an agreement and close the sale;
- Gather market and customer information;
- Network at industry events and attend trade shows;
- Work with Production Manager to calculate price quotes;
- Create detailed proposals that command credibility and inspire confidence
- Think quickly on your feet and challenge customer objections with thoughtful responses
- Identify new opportunities to expand customer relationships
- Experience selling eCommerce technology to a variety of industries including apparel, jewelry, shoes, eyewear, pet supplies
- Minimum of 1 to 3 of sales experience required
- Proven track record of meeting sales quotas
- Excellent written and verbal communication in American English
- Capable of managing multiple opportunities in parallel
- Ability to cope in a high pressure environment
- Proficient with standard systems including CRM, eCommerce, online chat, social media, and email.
- Able to think independently and solve problems
- Able to persuade others
- Energetic, Meticulous, Detail Oriented, and Thoughtful
Interested candidates should email email@example.com.
The primary goal of an ecommerce website is to convert visitors into customers. It entails engaging a visitor effectively from the minute they arrive on a site, and guiding them until they make a purchase. This requires an ongoing process of website optimization to ensure the best user experience.
Many e-commerce platforms such as Shopify, have enabled businesses to easily optimize their site without needing much coding or design knowledge. While this is a truly beneficial offering for small business owners, it can also lead to making mistakes that jeopardize conversions. Learn from these top 5 mistakes that could be costing your business revenue growth. (more…)
“We’ve had three big ideas at Amazon that we’ve stuck with for 18 years, and they’re the reason we’re successful: Put the customer first. Invent. And be patient.” Jeff Bezos founder and CEO of Amazon
Amazon is not only the world’s largest e-commerce site, it is also a powerful search engine. Your product pages must employ the best SEO practices for the Amazon algorithm to bring your target customers to your products. Optimizing your content for Amazon is a slightly different procedure from what you have learned to do for Google. (more…)
There is an exclusive club online and its membership is reserved for an elite few. We’re talking about making it to the first page on a search engine. If you get there, you can benefit from having additional exposure and in turn, higher conversions. (more…)
Photographing clothing is a little different from shooting other kinds of products. If you’re shooting necklaces or earrings, the required materials are fairly simple. These two items are much more sturdy and sometimes easier to set up. Prepping clothing for product photography requires some basic tools that will make the job easier. In fact photographing clothing can be quite difficult without these tools. So, without further ado here are our list of basic but oh so necessary tools for prepping clothing for a product photography session.
An ecommerce product page is a canvas of potential conversions depending on how you “paint” it. That seemingly small page offers a myriad of clever optimizations to get customers to push the “add to cart” button. Use these examples as a check list against your existing product page to make sure you are making use of every opportunity to convert. If you are setting up your first ecommerce site, these tips can help you shape an ideal ecommerce product page. (more…)
Another month has come to an end. We say goodbye to June with a recap of the latest news in the e-commerce and photography world. Let’s get started… (more…)
As more and more retailers continue to swap brick and mortar stores for ecommerce ones, product photography has become increasingly important. This has brought issues and bottlenecks to the selling process. Before, retailers just had to purchase products and place them in stores, now they have to prep, photograph, edit, and upload photos as fast as possible to sell and turnaround inventory fast. And all this workflow has to be completed while keeping product photography costs low and quality standards high. (more…)
In this week’s roundup, we’ll discuss about some new technology and what it can represent for businesses worldwide.
Mobile user experience has become one of the primary focuses in the last couple of years. So much so, that if your website is not mobile friendly, Google will penalize you by decreasing your online ranking. The issue is that with so much attention in factors such as user experience, we have forgotten about important details like mobile security. As the article states, “Behaviors that are used as flags to aid fraud prevention for desktops may not fully be applicable for the mobile experience. Ninety percent of merchants are reported to use the same fraud prevention tools across channels. This may be creating a major blind spot that could allow mobile ecommerce fraud to thrive if left unchecked.”
Ok, this article is more of a fun article. You may not be able to use this information to increase sales or improve your photography. but the story was so surprising,we couldn’t pass on it. The secret behind this idea is Wifi. As it travels through a room and bounces off objects, it can help create shapes which in turn can create images. As one of the creators, Philipp Holl, stated: “It can basically scan a room with someone’s Wi-Fi transmission,” He’s a 23-year-old undergraduate physics student at the Technical University of Munich. He told Business Insider the device was part of a thesis, but was later submitted as a study.
First came Siri, now we have Google Home and Alexa from Amazon. Voice assistants are becoming increasingly popular. Although useful, this new trend can bring good and bad consequences to businesses. One of the new changes we may start noticing is having ads in Google home assistant. Alike other paid ads from Google, assistant ads will help people find what they’re looking for, just through voice.
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