The Amazon Effect: Has It Changed eCommerce Shipping Forever?

Posted by Benjamin Meskin on Feb 14, 2019 11:26:15 AM

 

Amazon has created an online shopping empire that has forever changed how the world shops and does business. People no longer go to the store to make a purchase. If they happen to shop in a brick and mortar retail establishment, they have likely researched in advance and have made a choice based on a need Amazon was unable to fulfill.

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Always Follow This Golden Rule for Shipping Your Collectible Coins

Posted by Benjamin Meskin on Feb 6, 2019 1:23:55 PM

Shipping your valuable coins is risky. There's a lot that can happen between point (a) and point (b). Rare coins or coins of historical significance, such as gold coins, silver coins, or walking liberty half dollars can be lost in transit or stolen before delivery to the recipient. That's why there's a golden rule to follow to make sure you're not putting your collectibles at risk. 

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How to Avoid the Most Common Challenges of Global Shipping

Posted by Benjamin Meskin on Jan 30, 2019 1:28:22 PM

It's a big world out there, which means big e-commerce opportunities await. Online shopping offers more opportunities than ever before for merchants to reach customers across the globe. Stepping into global trade can have a significantly positive impact on a business's profitability.

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10 Common Mistakes eCommerce Businesses Make

Posted by Benjamin Meskin on Jan 23, 2019 9:34:40 AM

It's no secret that online businesses are quickly becoming the norm in the world of retail and commerce business. People are shopping online in record numbers, opting for convenience over the adventure of exploring a brick and mortar store.

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Is eCommerce Shipping Insurance Worth the Cost?

Posted by Benjamin Meskin on Jan 16, 2019 2:36:16 PM

Picture this.

 

You’ve decided to save money on a certain order and forgo shipping insurance. You track the shipment and see it arrives safely at your customer’s address a few days later. Later that day, you receive a notification from the customer that the order was damaged in transit. Now you are down $4,000 and must deal with an irate customer who wants the order replaced on top of this.

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