Believe it or not, the end of 2016 is just around the corner! While we're excited to see how the world of ecommerce will grow and change in 2017, we also learned a lot of great lessons this year. Below are our merchants' favorite posts from 2016 — so have a read, take some notes and get your business ready for another 365 days of growth!
- 9 Things You Need to Know Before Selling on Amazon. Have a resolution to start selling on Amazon in 2017? Then check out this handy how-to guide!
- How to Build Your About Us Page. Writing your About Us page can be one of the more stressful pieces of building your online store. Luckily we're here to walk you through the process!
- How to Choose Which Products to Sell Online. You may already have a successful online store, but maybe you're looking to expand your stock in the new year. Take a look at this post to get some great ideas for deciding what to sell online!
- The Seven Most Popular Types of Businesses. Perhaps you're hoping to grow your business into a corporation, LLC or something else this year. This article outlines the most common business types out there, so you can find the one that works best!
- 5 Killer Examples of How to Write Product Descriptions. Writing product descriptions can be difficult. After all, you want to sell customers on your items without overwhelming them with information. Read this post to learn all about writing good product content!
- Your DIY Product Photography Resource Guide. You don't need to be Annie Leibovitz to take great photos. With a little practice and a few helpful tips, you can take compelling shots that will have customers filling up their carts.
- Ecommerce Font Pairings that Look Good Together. Shooting for a store makeover in 2017? Read this before you start on your redesign.
- Leveraging the Psychology of Discounts to Make More Money. Believe it or not, sometimes slashing prices can actually make you more money. Read this article to learn all about the psychology behind bargain deals!
Did you have any favorite articles this year? Let us know in the comments!