In this pilot episode, Eric and Ben answer a viewer question and discuss three different approaches to starting an ecommerce enabled web site. Shopping Carts, Pre-packaged ecommerce solutions, and custom made ecommerce avenues are briefly compaired.
In this Pre-Pilot episode of eBiz VodCast, Eric and Ben discuss their inspiration and reasons for producing this video podcast about ecommerce enabled web sites. Also, they highlight some of the ebusiness issues that may be discussed in future podcasts.
Many online catalog come with support for PayPal built in, or you can link from a regular website to PayPal pages for you customers to pay you. Considering using your own merchant account to accept credit cards instead? It can certainly present a more professional storefront experience f
Many times, e-commerce managers think they can just open an online store and the buyers will come. Sometimes, this is true - most of the time it's not. So, when you do get those shoppers, make sure you have what they want by providing mulitple avenues into your product catalog. I
Most pre-packaged e-commerce software has templates built in - this is a quick easy way to get your store up and running. In this weeks episode, Ben and Eric discuss some of the differences between a custom store design and using a template based store. This will be part one of a three p
Template vs. Custom design, which is better for you and your customers?The second in a series of three video podcasts about template vs. custom e-commerce site designs. In this episode, Eric and Ben identify the different elements of a store. Then in episode 006, the guys will conclude t
Finally, we are finished with our 3 part series from our friend Robert. In this episode, we talk about how to identify which templates need to be customized, and which can be left alone. If you haven't checked out "Which way do I go?", and "Elements of a store", I highly re
In this weeks episode, Eric and Ben talk about your catalog and it's structure. We cover what it is, how to use it, and tips & tricks for large and small catalogs. This is a crucial aspect for your store that might not be apparent in the beginning, but careful planning can prevent ma
We were in San Francisco at vloggercon 2006 last week - needless to say, we could not record a regular show. This five minute beauty shows a little about what goes on at a conference like this.Also, we were lucky enough to meet up with Amber MacArthur and the TORRENT TV crew and land an interv
In this weeks episode, we tackle a Texas sized email from a viewer. We discuss design interfaces and control, what "dynamic" really means, and why frontpage sucks. This show will help define what skills you may or may not need when it comes to building and managing your own onl