When you are launching your online shopping portal, enter the market with only the basics. Have a beta version and introduce it to the market. Make it simple, yet elegant. The consumer should not be confused with their choices nor should they be confused about navigating through your site. … [Read more...] about 11 Strategies Every Entrepreneur Needs To Know
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Sometimes it feels like forever before the next expansion comes — even when it’s regular every year! That’s what this year has been like while waiting for EverQuest II’s 2018 expansion. But now it might almost feel too close: With Chaos Descending on the horizon, that leaves only so much time to participate in the expansion prelude event! A bit disappointingly, there isn’t much to it except grinding. It is not a complicated event (the quest itself is pretty darn short!), but it will take time if you want to gather enough of the event currency to buy the many new items available on the event merchant. … [Read more...] about EverQuesting: A guide to EverQuest II’s expansion prelude event, Against the Elements
If you didn’t know, Bethesda recently invited an exclusive list of media and content creators to West Virginia’s Greenbrier Resort, a location that is also featured in the virtual world of Fallout 76, for a special event to showcase the gameplay of their upcoming “survival light” multiplayer Fallout game. Guests were flown in and given a variety of exclusive shwag, including ‘Vault-Tec’ hotel toiletries. More importantly, they were given a chance to play and record three hours each of footage from inside the game. Each member was given an Xbox 1 console to play on, as well as a hard drive full of the 4K footage that they recorded. The footage was under an embargo until 10am EST on October 8th. About 2 seconds after that the internet was flooded with something people have been begging for since E3: gameplay footage. … [Read more...] about All I Need to Know About Fallout 76 I Learned From The Greenbrier Resort
Nobody likes a slow loading website. As the amount of information available explodes, attention spans will get shorter and shorter. If your website loads even half a second late, it will cost you readers and money. … [Read more...] about Mistakes Bloggers Make That Costs Money & How To Fix Them?
But the second option actually goes against what we said before about adding our customers into our subscribing list automatically. I contacted the Shopify support and they told me that in fact: “They get added to your customer’s list automatically when they go to the checkout. They don’t agree to anything, what that page is referring to is whether they are automatically tagged to “accept marketing” not whether their email is collected. The page is basically referring to whether you want customers to automatically be tagged to accept marketing or not. You are basically deciding how you want to treat your customers by default. So the function in that article works, it just doesn’t have to do with the customer signing off on anything. You are basically deciding for them whether they are tagged to accept marketing or not. If it is rejected, then their customer profile wouldn’t be tagged with “accepts marketing”. This … [Read more...] about Shopify – Create your online store (Part 2)