• February 2021 Top 10: Our Most Popular Posts
    by PEC Staff on March 1, 2021 at 1:27 pm

    Since 2005 we’ve published thousands of articles, webinars, and podcast episodes to assist ecommerce merchants. What follows are the most popular articles that we published in February 2021. Articles from early in the month are more likely to make the list than later ones. The post February 2021 Top 10: Our Most Popular Posts appeared first on Practical Ecommerce.

  • Ecommerce Product Releases: March 1, 2021
    by Sig Ueland on March 1, 2021 at 1:15 pm

    Here is a list of product releases and updates for late February from companies that offer services to online merchants. There are updates on live stream shopping, email marketing, managed hosting, and artificial intelligence-powered voice assistance. The post Ecommerce Product Releases: March 1, 2021 appeared first on Practical Ecommerce.

  • 11 TikTok Video Ideas for Merchants
    by Kaleena Stroud on February 28, 2021 at 2:43 pm

    You’ve downloaded TikTok and browsed the videos. Now you’re wondering what content to create for your ecommerce business. There are many types of videos to attract leads without dancing on camera. Here are 11 ideas for all types of merchants. The post 11 TikTok Video Ideas for Merchants appeared first on Practical Ecommerce.

  • Tomlinson’s Feed: Fresh and Relevant after 75 Years
    by Eric Bandholz on February 26, 2021 at 3:11 pm

    Kate Knecht is the fourth-generation owner-operator of Tomlinson's Feed, a family-owned retail business with 16 brick-and-mortar locations in Central Texas. The company is 75 years old. Amid the pandemic and the onslaught of online behemoths, can such a business transition to 2021 consumers? I asked Knecht that question and more. The post Tomlinson’s Feed: Fresh and Relevant after 75 Years appeared first on Practical Ecommerce.

  • Major Brands Bet on DTC Ecommerce
    by Marcia Kaplan on February 25, 2021 at 3:14 pm

    Selling directly to consumers online is no longer just for start-ups. As brick-and-mortar sales decline because of Covid-19 and store closures, established brands are focusing on digital sales. Even before the pandemic, the traditional model of manufacturers selling to wholesalers who then sold to retailers was faltering. The post Major Brands Bet on DTC Ecommerce appeared first on Practical Ecommerce.