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What’s the Deal With the 1099K?

  Wednesday, January 18, 2012- Logicblock

There’s a rumor around the world of ecommerce, and it’s a particularly scary one. Seems there’s a new tax form around town, and it’s running around scaring all the locals. Women gasp in terror and men wet their pantaloons at the mere mention of the thing. read full post >>



Holiday and Yearly Selling Recap for Ecommerce 2012

  Thursday, January 05, 2012- Logicblock

When it came to the business world, most of the talk in 2011 was all about how doomed we all were. Every week there were stories of how the economy was down and nobody was hiring and how much work it would take to get things back to normal. read full post >>



Last Minute Holiday Questions You are Likely to Encounter

  Monday, December 19, 2011- Logicblock

As the holiday shopping season wraps up and you get ready for the New Year, you're going to encounter certain questions from harried and panicked customers. Everyone will be worried about the status of their order, and it's your job to keep them from going off the deep end! Let’s take a look at some common last minute questions you'll get and what to do about them. read full post >>



5 Ways to Make Your eCommerce Website Super Customer Support Friendly for the Holidays

  Thursday, December 08, 2011- Logicblock

You may have spent all your time building up your website for the holidays, but you may have neglected one part of it – your customer service! Your store can have all the best products in the world but if people have problems ordering and can’t reach you, you’re toast. To help you improve customer service, follow these five tips. read full post >>



It's the Holidays, Time for Your Business to... Relax?

  Monday, December 05, 2011- Logicblock

You've no doubt been bombarded with countless blog posts about how you need to get your business and/or website in order before it's too late. "You're bleeding money!" they all scream, insisting that you stop reading right then and immediately tend to your dying business. read full post >>



Analysis of 2011 Black Friday and Cyber Monday

  Wednesday, November 30, 2011- Logicblock

The numbers are slowly coming in, and it looks like the "biggest shopping weekend of the year" is bigger and better than ever! Starting earlier this year on Thanksgiving Day, more items were sold to more people for more dough, giving brick and mortar owners as well as ecommerce sellers many reasons to smile this holiday season. read full post >>



Tips for Selling Commodities at Christmas

  Thursday, November 17, 2011- Logicblock

The holidays are just around the corner, and every boy and girl is looking for that fun and exciting product under their tree! But as you look around your online shop, you realize your products aren’t exactly what you would call exciting: office supplies!  read full post >>



Your November Holiday Checklist

  Tuesday, November 01, 2011- Logicblock

Like Barney on How I Met Your Mother says, "it’s time to suit up"!
Very soon, ecommerce shoppers will begin browsing around the Internet looking for great deals on presents. Naturally, you want your online store to be on the other end of those searches. But if you haven't properly suited up, you may not be ready to get any sales at all, and miss out on all the fun... and profit! read full post >>



Expert Predictions for Holiday Seasons 2011

  Friday, October 21, 2011- Logicblock

It's only a few months away from "the most wonderful time of the year" and the ecommerce experts are keeping an eye on what's going to be the big hit of the season. In fact, the predictions started several months ago! This is good news for the average online merchant, as you may be able to discern a few nuggets of truth out of the info. read full post >>



Simple Tips for Writing Product Descriptions

  Monday, October 03, 2011- Logicblock

Next to great pictures, having a detailed and well written product description is one of the most important factors when selling items on the Internet. If people don't know what it is you're selling, then they won't buy it. It's that simple. Your product could literally save their life one day but they wouldn't know that if the description made no sense, right? read full post >>




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