Increase Organic Retail Traffic with These 5 SEO Optimizations

TJ Welsh is a guest contributor to Dsco’s blog. Currently, he’s the VP of Marketing at Stryde, an ecommerce digital marketing agency. He has over 12 years of digital marketing experience and has worked with numerous enterprise level businesses to generate more revenue through online SEO strategy and execution. He writes for Forbes, Shopify and numerous […]

3 Enterprise Tips for a Winning SEO Strategy

TJ Welsh is a guest contributor to Dsco’s blog. Currently, he’s the VP of Marketing at Stryde, an ecommerce digital marketing agency. He has over 12 years of digital marketing experience and has worked with numerous enterprise level businesses to generate more revenue through online SEO strategy and execution. He writes for Forbes, Shopify and numerous […]

Enterprise Sites Can Win Big With an eCommerce SEO Strategy

TJ Welsh is a guest contributor to Dsco’s blog. Currently, he’s the VP of Marketing at Stryde, an ecommerce digital marketing agency. He has over 12 years of digital marketing experience and has worked with numerous enterprise level businesses to generate more revenue through online SEO strategy and execution. He writes for Forbes, Shopify and […]

How Covid Has Changed Retail

E-commerce is Stronger Than Ever According to Forbes, e-commerce sales have grown 129% from last year, and are estimated to hit $709.78 billion by the end of 2020, making history for the largest e-commerce sales increase in a single year. Such growth marks a huge change that emphasises the importance of prioritizing e-commerce in today’s […]

CommerceHub + Dsco: Creating the New Digital Supply Chain

Let’s face it, no retailer’s marketplace will be able to compete with Amazon (or Walmart) when it comes to general assortment size. It’s also very difficult to compete in terms of shipping costs, membership perks, and delivery speed. So what other value prop can retailers who are considering opening a marketplace offer their consumers?

Retail Leaders Share Tips on Navigating Peak Carrier Challenges

Let’s face it, no retailer’s marketplace will be able to compete with Amazon (or Walmart) when it comes to general assortment size. It’s also very difficult to compete in terms of shipping costs, membership perks, and delivery speed. So what other value prop can retailers who are considering opening a marketplace offer their consumers?

Do You Know What to Look for in a Retail Drop Shipping Partner?

Finding the right retail partners to drop ship with will lay a solid foundation for the growth of your operation. Some of the ROIs you might reap include lower cancellation and return rates, lower oversell risk, lower data exchange overhead, higher volume with reasonable predictability, more inventory turns, quicker times to shipment, less tax liability, the ability to bring products to market faster, lower production and logistics costs, and hopefully, increased sales and marketshare.

The History of Drop Shipping: What Railroads Can Teach Us About Supply Chain Data

A historic handshake happened on May 10, 1869 when the Union and Central Pacific Railroads joined their rails at Promontory Summit, Utah with a “Golden Spike.” My distant relative, Samuel Montague (he’s the one shaking hands, left of center in the picture above), was the chief engineer of Central Pacific, and oversaw the construction of railroad through mountains and desert, all in order to meet the Union Pacific company halfway across the continent. This event ushered in a new frontier for the American economy, all because of a compromise and willingness to share the same track gauge standards.

How to Drop Ship Successfully Part 9: Managing Returns

Shoppers want to understand what they are considering to purchase. Having proper photographs and informative product descriptions that are as detailed as possible will greatly reduce the number of returns. I addressed this in “How to Manage Product Catalog Data” — the key is to use a heavy curation and standardization process. It’s critical that retailers and suppliers work together to get the best, most complete, and accurate virtual representation of these physical products as possible.

How to Drop Ship Successfully Part 8: Managing Fulfillment

Managing Inventory Visibility tells you where the item is, how many there are, and what it costs you as the reseller. Orders are where everything comes together, when a consumer has purchased a product that a retailer was selling virtually. The retailer must send that order and fulfillment information to the supplier, who will ship to the consumer.