Top 3 eCommerce Posts for April

The Secret to Apple’s ‘Insanely Great’ Customer Service – Inc.
According to the article, the existing stores lack Apple’s secret sauce: enriching people’s lives by focusing on what Steve Jobs called “insanely great” experiences.

5 Safety Measures For Business Fraud Prevention – Bootstrap Business
Companies can significantly reduce the risk of fraudulent activity by creating policies, regularly auditing and reviewing processes, fortifying internal controls, monitoring employee activities, and implementing fraud detection software.

The Best Advice I’ve Ever Received — 5 Keys to Entrepreneurial Success – Entrepreneur
The importance of expert entrepreneurial guidance can’t be overstated. They have been in your shoes and can provide insightful opinions that can help you avoid frequent pitfalls and succeed.

Top 3 eCommerce Posts for March

5 Ways to Change SEO Strategies in an AI Search Engine World – Entrepreneur
the two largest search engines, Google and Bing, are making major changes to the way they present search results.

How To Use TikTok For Your Business’ PR Strategy – Growth Hackers
despite being the sixth largest social network worldwide, many businesses are still unsure what it does or how the app actually works.

10 Creative Marketing Ideas That Will Get Your Business Noticed – Bootstrap Business
Having effective marketing ideas is a big part of getting people to choose your business over the many other businesses they’ve seen recently.

Top 3 eCommerce Posts for February

The 8 Most Effective B2C Marketing Tactics & Digital Marketing Strategies – Growth Hackers
I’ve made a list of my favorite B2C marketing tactics and strategies that will help you increase your traffic, boost your brand’s visibility online and sell more stuff with killer B2C marketing campaigns.

Microsoft Is Forcibly Removing Internet Explorer From Your PC – Wired
Microsoft officially murdered the beleaguered IE last year, though its ghostly presence still lingers on Windows PCs around the world.

You Need to Practice Being Your Future Self – Harvard Business Review
Being busy is not the same as being productive. It’s the difference between running on a treadmill and running to a destination. They’re both running, but being busy is running in place.

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