Marketing Expert, DSM Tool
Michelle is an SEO expert, she is a content curator for the DSMagazine since 2016 she is producing e commerce related content for drop shippers around the world via multiple channels including the DSMagazine. When not working to keep drop shippers up to date with the most recent news, Michelle loves to sing, dance and take care of Feline, her cat.
Latest Posts by Michelle Ofiana:
There are many possible reasons why your e-commerce store is not making sales. We found five main reasons and went on to further examine the 22 most common reasons why your store is not selling. Check it out and let us know if there are more reasons you think we should add!
The reason to market on Facebook is quite obvious. Facebook is continuously growing and it presents a massive potential market for all your social media efforts. It is by far the largest social networking service to date with two billion active users and an average of 1.45 billion logging in every single day. Facebook is a
With proper time management, you can work smarter instead of harder. In this post, you will learn how to work smarter and how to better manage your time, in order for you to get more work done and tasks completed while saving up more time to spend with your loved ones.
Social Media has always made an impact on small and large businesses. The question is how social media can affect your sales directly or indirectly? Is there real quantitative analysis to measure these claims? This post will show you measurable strategies in social media to increase your business sales.
Every drop shipper knows that they need an extra hand to manage the whole process from product hunt, product listing, to product fulfillment. In this update, you will get to know Algopix, The data science-driven Product Market Research Platform.
Outsourcing mundane tasks in your dropshipping business is a great way to become more productive and manage more important tasks to grow your business. Locating a reliable remote worker or company is a challenge at first. It is the goal of this post to point you in the right direction.
PayPal was purchased by eBay in 2002 for $1.5 Billion. For years, it had been the primary payments processing partner of eBay where 70% of all transactions were completed. Now, eBay seemed to have abandoned Paypal. Nonetheless, the company said that PayPal will remain an important partner to eBay.