When it comes time to decide the look and feel of your Shopify store, you basically have three options...
Here’s why we think Shopify is far better than “the-platform-who-must-not-be-named.”
*glares in Java*
This article was co-written with our friends at accessiBe.
This week, we invite a special guest to the Tako Stand. Amanda Natividad is the Head of Marketing at Growth Machine--an SEO-driven content agency and beloved client of Tako.
So you have a coveted (or soon-to-be-coveted) product or service, a lightning-speed website with flawless UX/UI, and a content team giddily poised to start cranking out brilliant photos, videos, and maybe even blog posts.
If you haven’t been living under a rock for the last decade, you know that the subscription model has become a consumer (and merchant) favorite.
Adding a subscription element to your eCommerce store is a great way to boost your revenue.
The short answer? The average success rate of eCommerce stores is 10%.
Rising to the top in retail has never been a piece of cake, but getting noticed in an e-commerce market expected to approach $600B in sales by 2024? Bloody hell.
Starting an online shop is one hell of an investment--heart, mind, time, and wallet.