We are extremely excited to be offering you the new release of our software. It is packed with new features that save you time and make you money! Can you really ask for anything more?
Below is a list of the features and improvements that fall into one of the categories above.
Saving you time!
Integration with Stamps.com
Fully integrated into the admin area of the store, our integration with Stamps.com allows merchants to purchase postage, print shipping labels and schedule a carrier pick-up right from the your computer. Many of you are still making the trip to the carrier every day to process shipping and drop off packages. I’m guessing this feature alone will save many of you up to an hour a day!
Integration with Paypal’s Bill Me Later
Much different than the standard payment processing options PayPal offers, Bill Me Later is a financing tool that can be responsible for up to a 20% increase in online sales. You can offer 6 months no interest, no payment financing on purchases. Our integration manages the ordering process and gives you the ability to promote the service on your site so your customers know about it as a payment option before they begin the checkout process.
Saving you time, money and a bottle of Advil!
Integration with Avalara & Exactor
If you’re cheap and don’t mind the headaches of managing taxes for our fine government, this isn’t for you. For the other 99% of small businesses this is an amazing integration with the two best players in the tax space. Both companies offer end-to-end solutions on everything taxrelated. It also includes VAT tax for international shipping. No more worrying about the taking care of the ever-changing and growing tax rates.
Please send us the leftover Advil once you have signed up with one of these amazing companies.
For more information about our new release, check it out – Pinnacle Cart Summer Release Notes
We are very excited to welcome Michael Wolf as our new CEO. With an impressive background in the software industry (seriously, this guy is the man), the Pinnacle Cart team continues its streak in bringing talented individuals to lead the company to the next level in developing a premier online shopping cart solution. As Michael takes the reigns as the new head honcho, our co-founder Mike Auger steps into a new role as Chief Strategy Officer.
Over the last year, we’ve been working hard to improve our product and bring in new features that give our customers the best tools to focus on their businesses. Having Michael join our team is part of that plan, allowing Mike Auger to find those partnerships and products that give value to our customers. We know how hard it is to build and run your business, and so does our new CEO. As an investor of 15 years Michael has spent countless hours mentoring and guiding companies to success (we think this is how he acquired the name “El Lobo”). His focus throughout has been to provide premier software services so entrepreneurs and enterprises alike can focus on selling, selling, and yes, selling.
The new chapter of Pinnacle Cart is just starting and we look forward to it being a great one.
Check out the full press release: http://www.prwe
At this upcoming event, network with hundreds of your peers while meeting up with incubators, accelerators, funders and investors, entrepreneur program groups, education and supporting growth organizations. The Innovation Arizona Summit, brought to you by MIT Enterprise Forum Phoenix and the Arizona Commerce Authority, takes place on June 11, 2013 at the Tempe Center of the Arts. A must-go affair for all startups, business leaders and innovators! Attendees will experience an event jam-packed with resources and experts committed to helping entrepreneurs.
Registration is $25. Live Crowdfunding. Angel Investor Panel. CEO Success Panel. 2013 Innovation Challenge Winners. Live Music. Food. Ice Cream Sandwich Bar. 40 exhibitors all in one place! Special entrepreneur breakout sessions for only $20 each or attend all seven special sessions for only $75! Meet Desert Angels, ASBA, City of Chandler Innovations, AZ TechCelerator, MAC6, Center for Entrepreneurial Innovation, Arizona Technology Council, Summit Contract Management, Propel Arizona, Tiempo Development, Infusionsoft, Becker Peters, TrakLight, CliftonLarsonAllen, Silicon Valley Bank, ATIF, Arizona Center for Innovation, ASU, Launch Factory, Spotlight Software, Waters Business Consulting Group, Club E, Northern Arizona Center for Entrepreneurship and more!
Registration: Starts at 3:00 PM
Arizona’s Largest Growth Exhibition: 3:00 PM – 8:00 PM
FEATURED INNOVATION ARIZONA PRESENTATIONS
Investing in Your Community – Hosted by Michael Wolf, Lobodos Ventures with serial entrepreneurs and investors Tom Blondi, Bill Miller and Rick Gibson 4:00 PM – 4:45 PM
Bringing Entrepreneurs Together – by Arizona Commerce Authority Programs for startups and entrepreneurs and announcement of the Innovation Challenge Winners! 5:00 PM – 5:45 PM
Entrepreneurial Success – with Rick Smith, TASER, Pat Sullivan, Contatta and Dr. Alan Baratz. – Hosted by CEO, investor and former President of Java (Sun) Dr. Alan Baratz with featured Panelists Rick Smith, CEO, Director and Co-Founder of TASER and serial entrepreneur Pat Sullivan, CEO and Founder of Contatta 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Breakout Entrepreneur Education Presentations:
Breakout: Is Crowdfunding for You? Featuring CJ Cornell, founder of Propel Arizona 3:00 PM – 3:25 PM
Breakout: Socialize Your Business brought to you by Infusionsoft 3:35 PM – 4:00 PM
Breakout: How to Get Started on the Right Trak: Identify & Protect Intellectual Property Featuring Mary Juetten, CEO of TrakLight.com and Juliet Peters of Becker Peters 4:10 PM – 4:35 PM
Breakout: IMPACT Marketing Featuring Founders of Launch Factory 4:45 PM – 5:10 PM
Breakout: Technical Speak, Featuring Armando Viteri, CEO of Neubloc 5:20 PM – 5:45 PM
Breakout: Driving Revenues – Selling Strategies for Today’s Informed Market with David Cooke, CEO of Strategic Resource Group 5:55 PM – 6:20 PM
Breakout: Growth, Profit and Cashflow – How to Wring the Most from Every Dollar – Featuring Cliff Schertz, CEO and James Walbom, CFO at Tiempo Development – 6:35 PM – 7:00 PM
Propel Arizona is hosting a unique mobile Crowdfunding contest for Innovation Arizona Summit 2013, called iArizona. During the event, attendees use the iArizona mobile site to keep up with the event’s agenda, breaking news, view info on sessions and speaker bios. But the real fun comes from viewing pitches and product ideas from Arizona’s most innovative entrepreneurs. All attendees get the chance to support these entrepreneurs by crowdfunding them to success. Each person gets to donate “virtual bucks” to help these companies reach their funding goal. It’s a great opportunity get involved with crowdfunding while supporting your favorite companies and entrepreneurs. At the end of the event, awards and prizes will be given to the companies and entrepreneurs attracting the most support from the crowd. Special awards will also be given to influential mentors, advisors, accelerators and incubators.
INCLUDED IN THE PRICE OF ADMISSION
Eats, Drinks and ICE CREAMS! 4:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Cool down at the Tallwave Ice Cream Sandwich Bar open 4:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Amazing Food and Refreshments from Atlasta served from 4:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Enjoy a few libations at the cash bar, open from 4:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Live Entertainment by Nick Heward 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Join us for a jam session from the talented Arizona artist, Nick Heward. He was born in Tulsa Oklahoma, migrated to Northern California, then came to Arizona soon after. His music is highly influenced from his life experiences and people he met through them. Nick says the best part about performing is that “you can bring a good song and good music as a way to speak to people.” His music is inspirational, memorable, and leaves an impression. To find out more, go to nickheward.com, Youtube and Facebook.
BREAKOUT ENTREPRENEUR EDUCATION PRESENTATIONS DETAIL
Is Crowdfunding for You? Featuring CJ Cornell, founder of Propel Arizona 3:00 PM – 3:25 PM Be sure to check out www.iarizona.org to participate in the LIVE crowdfunding contest.
Socialize Your Business brought to you by Infusionsoft 3:35 PM – 4:00 PM Being social today is more about sharing your latest updates, it is all about engagement. Learn from the pros at Infusionsoft how you can grow your sales pipelines and drive revenues by socializing your business.
How to Get Started on the Right Trak: Identify & Protect your Intellectual Property to Succeed Featuring Mary Juetten, CEO of TrakLight.com and Juliet Peters of Becker Peters 4:10 PM – 4:35 PM You’ve got a great idea, a solid business plan and your device or code is in the works. How do you protect your precious intellectual property and make certain your fledgling enterprise doesn’t go off the rails. Join Mary Juetten, the founder and CEO of Traklight and business lawyer, Juliet Peters as they discuss how to save time, money and future heartbreak on everything from structuring your company to forming your team to identifying and protecting your ideas (everyone has IP!) to practicing Safe Crowdfunding ™. All attendees receive a $20 coupon for ID your IP from Traklight. Attendees will receive a $20 coupon for ID your IP.
IMPACT Marketing Featuring Founders Nils Bunde and John Marchica of Launch Factory 4:45 PM – 5:10 PM As David Packard said, “Marketing is too important to be left to the marketing department.” Indeed, there is a simple method to understanding today’s marketing madness. Within 25 minutes, Launch Factory’s presentation on IMPACT Marketing will show you just how quickly any kind of marketing can, and will, move your customers—sometimes in surprising ways. We’ll share with you, step by step, the basic tenets of creating long-lasting impact and how some companies have floundered and others flourished. Nils Bunde is CEO of Brainforest, Inc., a Chicago-based brand strategy firm, and President of Lezzet Spices, LLC. John Marchica is President of Darwin Advisory Partners and former CEO of FaxWatch Inc. They founded Launch Factory to help high performing companies take products to market.
Technical Speak, Sponsored by Neubloc 5:20 PM – 5:45 PM How do you manage projects and speak the language when technical skills are not your forte? This session will help you understand the development and design process, how to predict cycles and managing resources to achieve your business goals. Know the questions to ask and how to measure success in the developers language.
Driving Revenues – Selling Strategies for Today’s Informed Market with David Cooke, CEO at Strategic Resource Group 5:55 PM – 6:20 PM Our customers and prospects have more information at their disposal than they have ever had before. They have zero time for traditional sales people who show up and pitch, sell, promote or advocate their products or services. They already believe they know what they want and don’t want. The old sales model is DEAD. In 25 minutes Dave will open your eyes to Three Key Strategies that are a must in every sales process and are essential components to any revenue growth model.
Growth, Profit and Cashflow – How to Wring the Most from Every Dollar Finance Tips Featuring Cliff Schertz, CEO and James Walbom, CFO at Tiempo Development – 6:35 PM – 7:00 PM The CEO and CFO of this lean startup are no strangers to squeezing the value out of each dollar that passes through their software development company. They learned that cutting-edge agile software development methods could also be used to run the whole company more efficiently and effectively that resulted in the company achieving 60% annual growth for the last three years. Learn for yourself how to exploit agile methods to improve the bottom line in your business operations. Attendees receive a copy of the book Rockefeller Habits and see examples of the tools and methods Tiempo Development has used to stay in the Inc. 500 top 100 software companies year after year.
Win $2,000 in Free Web Design Services!
Did you know that Pinnacle Cart offers in-house website design services? To showcase our skills, we are offering anyone a chance to win a brand new website design package, courtesy of our World Class Design team. Fill out this quick entry form to enter our design package contest. One lucky winner will be drawn at random on or about 6/1/2013. The winner will receive a Platinum design package valued at $2000. Complete the entry by clicking here or on the image below for a chance to win!
Small business owners are 100 percent responsible for their customers’ personal information and credit card data. One of the biggest myths is that security is tied solely to credit card information. The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Council will be the first to point out that it is as much about the personal information of your customers as it is about their credit cards. At the end of the day, banks can be a safety net if someone were to get your customers’ credit card information. Unfortunately, there isn’t a safety net if personal information is stolen from an online business.
PCI compliance is still a misunderstood concept. While there is plenty of material available on the topic, a small group of people have most of the information. History shows us that when this type of situation occurs in the marketplace, a lot of people end up buying services that don’t help at all. If your credit card company, ecommerce provider, hosting company, bank or other provider offers you a new service to assist in maintaining PCI compliance, simply ask the following question. “By purchasing this service, are you guaranteeing that you will pay for any fines or loss of business I might suffer if my online store becomes compromised?”
More often than not, the answer will be no. So why would you pay money for something that won’t help you with the problem? The answer is lack of knowledge. Most small business owners don’t have enough time to run their stores, much less to keep up with the security requirements for maintaining an online business. As a result, when a service provider approaches an online businessperson about a new service to secure it customers, it scares many business owners into purchasing it.
The first step
The bottom line is this: online retailers must find the time and take responsibility for protecting their customers. For ecommerce, be sure you are using a PA DSS (Payment Application Data Security Standard) certified application or a business that is PCI DSS certified. That is the first step. After picking the right ecommerce provider, you must take control of the rest of your customers’ security. This can be achieved by going through the PCI DSS process to get your business certified.
Pinnacle Cart, for example, carries the PA DSS certification and works with hosting companies that are PCI DSS compliant. Still, it does not have control over its own destiny. If the company it uses decided to stop offering PCI DSS hosting, Pinnacle Cart would be forced to spend a lot of money moving customers to another data center. To gain control of its security, the company is working on becoming PCI DSS compliant. The process isn’t easy and it costs money, but the return on investment will come to any business that commits to the process. You can show your compliance on your website like a badge of honor, and you will likely see an increase in website conversions.
Mike Auger is president and CEO of Pinnacle Cart, a hosted shopping cart and ecommerce software application that allows you to create, manage and effectively market your business. www.pinnaclecart.com.
View article published in Independent Retailer: http://bit.ly/ecommercesecurity
As a general rule, when only a few people have all the knowledge everyone else stands to get ripped off. Unfortunately, that is exactly what is going on in the eCommerce industry today.
The bottom line for the small business owner is you need to be PCI compliant. Here is a great article about being compliant. When this process, which is driven by the credit card companies, changed from a “best practice” to a requirement, a lot of businesses saw it as an opportunity to fleece their customers who didn’t have any understanding. Raise your hand if you were one of the small businesses that was assessed a “PCI compliance” fee or new “PCI tools” were added to your account for a small monthly fee? I can tell you straight up that it was all bullshit and simply a way to make more money based upon the lack of knowledge on the topic.
I spoke on a panel a few years back about the impact of compliance on the small business world. My opinion at that time was the increase in costs to enter business will simply stifle small business growth. When you raise the cost to enter any market, fewer people will enter. In a time when we still have a lagging economy, it just doesn’t make sense. As infrastructure providers, I feel there is a global responsibility to keep the barriers to entry as low as possible. Don’t get me wrong, I run this business to make money, but there are a lot of ways to do so that are much more credible and have the same result. So when I heard about a new fee Volusion was “passing along” to customers it is time to pull back the curtain and see what the wizard is really up to.
Here is the statement from Volusion:
“Due to increasing Internet security risks and growing regulatory compliance demands, Volusion is making extensive investments to maintain industry-leading PCI security standards. In order to continue delivering this highest level of security for your business, we must pass on a portion of this monthly cost to you of $25.00″
Ok, let’s break this down.
PCI DSS is a compliance standard for Volusion’s business. This requires very specific ways in which the company handles credit cards, account information, logins & passwords, etc. PCI DSS is also applicable to the hosting environment for their customers. In Contrast, we certified PA DSS and work with hosting companies that have their data centers PCI compliant. Additionally, we are also going to have Pinnacle Cart become PCI DSS as a business. We will meet the exact same standards that Volusion touts. I personally know the investment it will take to become certified and it is less than $50,000.
Now let’s check that against what Volusion said. Volusion advertises 40,000 active stores and those customers will be responsible for paying “a portion” of the monthly fee PCI DSS cost that Volusion pay. It is worth noting that PCI DSS compliance is an annual fee and process. $25 x 40,000 customers is $1,000,000 month. Hmmmm, so Volusion is telling their customers that the $12,000,000 they will collect this year will partially pay for the compliance? Even though Volusion does have more customers than Pinnacle Cart, I’m pretty comfortable in stating their costs for PCI DSS isn’t 240x OURS! Plus that is only “a portion” of the costs? Seriously? Marketing can’t come up with a better spin on raising rates than this? Sorry, but this doesn’t pass the bullshit meter. In fact, it actually breaks the meter.
Now, as a business owner, I applaud Volusion for sticking their neck out that far to make money. That is the job we are all in business to do. I know there are spreadsheets in the CFO‘s office that says – even if we lost x% of our customers, we still gain x% in revenue, and that is the bottom line. I also think that when you make money in ways that are less than truthful, Karma will find you.
So, if you’re interested in a company that gives you PCI compliance for no cost, give us a call at
1-800-506-0398, we would love to have an opportunity to earn your business. I will kick in free data migration costs as a welcome packet to a new eCommerce family. Pinnacle Cart, a good karma company :)
President & CEO
Pinnacle Cart now features new financing tools that may boost sales and inflate the average order size for your eCommerce website. If you’re already using PayPal’s checkout to accept credit card payments online, you may now offer customers financing through PayPal’s BillMeLater®.
How it works
You may now offer your customers the ability to checkout with PayPal using Bill Me Later. This provides them with 6 months1 of financing on all qualifying purchases. The greatest thing about this is that there is no extra cost to you. That’s right, you already have it included in your PayPal checkout.
- Regardless of when your customers make payments, you collect the entire payment without delay.
- Offering financing on your eCommerce website can increase your online sales by up to 20%
To make it easy, Paypal is helping you promote financing on your website by providing various graphic banners. Just access the PayPal Financing Portal to:
- Select a Banner & obtain necessary copy+paste code
- Paste the code on your shopping cart
- Watch your sales suddenly increase at no additional cost to you
You decide where to place banners and which size to use. For the best results, place the financing banners on:
- Above the fold on your homepage
- Within close proximity to your products “Add to Cart” buttons
- Your shopping cart and/or order summary page
Start now and watch your sales explode!
1Applicable for qualifying purchases of $99 or more if paid in full within 6 months. Customers check out with PayPal and use Bill Me Later. Bill Me Later is a line of credit provided by Comenity Capital Bank, an FDIC-insured bank located in Salt Lake City, Utah.
2Based on a PayPal internal study, November-December 2012, of comparable year-over-year online sales of 118 small and mid-size businesses who placed Bill Me Later promotional financing banners on their site, starting October 2012.
Social media is fairly new and is much different compared to traditional media in that it’s not just a one-way communication channel. Social media works on layers of complex human behavior. It’s not just based on providing information about a product or service; it’s about conversation and engaging in conversation. For a business to use social media to its advantage, it’s takes a lot more than pure hustle. Social media requires the use of engagement to provide useful and meaningful information.
Here are six ways you can make social media work for your business:
Follow the Measured “Giving” approach
Social media forces businesses and business owner to get generous about information. Consumers get online primarily to get informed. People want to make smart decisions and information they gather off the Internet provides them the knowledge and insights to make better buying decisions. As a brand or business, be at the forefront of this information sharing. Don’t talk about your brand, but share with potential consumers the information they need to buy, even if they might not buy your products or services. Why? Because doing so puts you in a favorable light and you become an expert. And guess what? People listen to experts.
That’s tough, isn’t it? Why spend copious amount of resources just to give it all away? Does it make any business sense?
Yes, it does.
It builds traction and more importantly trust. It pulls people towards you. This principle is true not just for business, but for all aspects of life including building wealth, making friends, and building ever-lasting relationships.
It never fails.
Adapting to new media is an art: Do what social media demands
Once upon a time, all you had to do was publish ads, flyers, brochures, and make incessant pitches to anyone who cares to listen. Following that, prospects became customers because the information they had access too was limited and there wasn’t too much of it out there for them to dwell on before they decide.
Today, it’s a different story. People will share information about your business, the products you sell, and their experiences. They fire away related questions in forums mentioning your brand and what you offer. In short, there’s an unprecedented outreach for conversations about your business so you need to be aware that having a good product offering or services really isn’t enough anymore. It’s about the total experience with your brand.
Social media demands listening. It requires businesses to tune-in, stay vigilant, respond to questions, manage conversations, and manage any possible damage to your brand.
Your ability to spark new discussions, engage with audiences and manage conversations that already exist determines what you get out of your social media efforts.
Consider this: you sell dog food from your eCommerce store. Automatically, it’s assumed that you are an expert on “dog food”. When community discussions sprout up where people have questions about their inability to decide what type of dog food is best for their puppies, how this diet should change with their pets’ age, etc., it’s time for you to pitch in with your expertise. It’s important to understand your job isn’t to sell, you simply solving their issue will do that for you. Of course, you need to make sure your profile or signature has a link to your store but don’t hard sell. Don’t pitch products unless relevant and don’t talk about your business; just solve their problems.
Show up. Where are you?
Sererra.com – an IT, web services, and end-to-end consulting company — has a post on the strategic use of social media buttons. I suggest you give it a read. Why? Cause sharing is what social media is all about. There are a number of social media networks you need to include to be relevant and attract a large audience. Depending on the type of your business, FourSquare and Yelp are good ones if your business has a local presence. Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Google+, and Twitter are more global in reach and should be included regardless if your local or global.
Suggest. Ask. Insinuate
Having a business presence, a relentless quest to engage, generosity, supporting others by sharing their content or ideas, a flair for connecting with key network members, etc., will all work in your favor. The impact will be minimal until you learn the fine art of insinuation. Be sure to create a balance in your social media activity. Remember your goal is to inform as much as possible, but feel free to suggest your product offerings. When doing so, don’t sell, just inform.
Do you have the itch to pitch? Use the 15: 1 method
Of course, if you are a hardwired business owner or a marketer, you’d find that social media is something of a change. You own a business and you want to sell your products right? Well if you have to pitch, follow the 15: 1 method (we just coined it that way): for every fifteen completely unbiased, general posts you publish on social media (such as Tweets, Facebook Page Content, Google+ updates, or images on Interest), try making one soft-pitch.
Remember your goal is to be an expert, not a sales person. Once you position yourself as that, the sales will start rolling in. I promise.
Pinnacle Cart has selected Oxfam America, an organization that helps people overcome poverty, as the beneficiary of a special holiday fundraising offer. From now until December 31, 2012, EVERY new Pinnacle Cart customer will have a goat donated in their name to a community in need. For every three new 14 day trials created on our servers, Pinnacle Cart will donate manure to families in need through Oxfam America’s Unwrapped program.
You can learn more about the program at https://www.oxfamamericaunwrapped.com.
So why goats? Goats can feed hungry children and families with healthy milk, cheese, and yogurt. Goats also act as an additional revenue source providing families with much needed income through milk and off spring which can be sold at market.
The green gift of manure transforms waste into power – agriculture power. Organic manure increases crop yields and is cheaper, greener, and safer than chemical fertilizers.
These things are extremely valuable and in demand.
We hope that using a little humor will help to increase awareness of a very serious issue. Rather than provide short-term aid, Oxfam America works with local communities to create lasting solutions to poverty by helping people address the root causes themselves. While providing relief assistance can help in the short term, donations like goats and manure have longer lasting effects.
With every trial or order, you’ll receive a free personalized gift card with an image of your charitable gift.
To get started, visit http://www.pinnaclecart.com and lets all help out the less fortunate this holiday season.
All the best!
Today we are going to get a chance to interview @alexmcarthur. Alex currently runs his own small Utah SEO firm: MidScape, and leads online efforts for a top health and wellness brand. He was previously VP of R&D at SEO.com, VP of Search at Orangesoda and VP of Marketing for Tech Media Network, which includes Space.com and one of the biggest review sites online: TopTenReviews.com.
We had a chance to catch up with Alex to see what the word on the street is for a small business these days. In the best interest of respecting his time, we wanted to keep it brief but sweet. Hopefully this Q&A can be a cheat sheet for marketing your small business online.
1) How how did you get your start in marketing?
My first college classes were actually in computer science, while my minor was communications. It quickly became clear to me that I wanted to do something with a little of both. There weren’t many job descriptions geared towards online marketing at the time, but I wanted to be involved in the web.
2) What are the first three things you would do to promote your website online?
a) Provide clear call(s) to action. Far too many SMB websites ramble about whatever the owner is interested in. Your website can provide all kinds of great content and features, but if it doesn’t easily tell them what you’re selling and how to buy it then it isn’t serving it’s purpose.
b) Ensure sound website architecture and markup so the almighty Google drives traffic. Basically, you need to get traffic from search engine optimization, paid advertising and learn how to understand your website visitors with analytics.
c) Create a relevant, ongoing content marketing campaign. If you can create compelling content and share it through social media, local/community websites, etc you can build a very powerful, cost effective marketing channel.
3) What setback have you experienced that you learned from the most?
Take whatever time necessary to educate all stakeholders that still don’t understand the web and it’s users. It’s easy to get frustrated and give up when a business partner doesn’t see the value in all of the different aspects of online marketing for a small business. All of those little things add up online just like they do with any other part of your business.
4) What is the most important business advice you could give an SMB starting out in 2012?
Too many small businesses rely on a friend or family member to handle online marketing for them. I don’t think I can recall an instance where this worked out for the SMB owner (although a lot of neighbors and cousins show up the following week with a sweet new ipod). SMB online marketing has become much more affordable in the last few years. Because content marketing is so important, it is becoming increasingly important to possess a level of subject matter expertise to get the results to sustain a business.”
We believe Alex’s assessment of these principles of marketing on the web to be factual. Content, site structure, and working with real professionals are the best ways to get the desired results from your marketing and viability as a business.
Jordan Foutz is the Director of Marketing for Pinnacle Cart and loves eCommerce, the web, and helping Pinnacle Cart merchants sell the lights out with Pinnacle Cart eCommerce Software. You can also follow Jordan on Google+
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