Taking Your Brick and Mortar Business Online

$250.00

Taking your brick and mortar business online is not as complicated as you may think. However, it requires a lot of work on your part. In this course, we’ll show you how to start from scratch, even if you don’t have a website. Important Note: This entire course is centered around WordPress as the main CMS for your website, used in conjunction with Woocommerce as the e-commerce solution.

What can you expect to learn from this course?
  • Buy a domain name for your business. Find the right hosting solution, for a fast and secure customer experience.
  • Setup a payment gateway for your store (PayPal and/or Stripe).
  • Setup Woocommerce plugin for your store.
  • Test & Troubleshoot the shopping experience.
  • Start selling online.
  • Edit transactional emails to reflect your brand.
  • Personal support via email or video chat.

Description

Taking your brick and mortar business online shouldn’t be an intimidating task, even if you are not tech savvy. However, that doesn’t mean that there’s no work involved.

Given the difficult times we are living in, hiring a web agency to get you setup might not be budget-friendly at the moment. In fact, you are probably looking to do this yourself to save costs and that’s how you ended up here.

This course contains everything you need to start selling your products/services online, from finding the right hosting company For your website to leveraging marketing automation, in order to personalize your customers’ journey.

Selling products online is on every small business ‘to do’ list nowadays. Similarly, being able to interact with customers across different channels is paramount, in order to promote your products and services to a larger audience. That’s why I’ve included not only the steps necessary to take your brick and mortar business online, but also the marketing tools needed to promote said products.

This course will definitely get you setup for selling products online. Therefore, you’ll need to put in an additional effort and investment in promoting your products in the vast digital landscape. If you don’t have a social media presence, now it’s the time to get started, so your brand has as much exposure as possible. Once again, you could hire a digital marketing agency to help you with that process but we are all about cost-savings and bootstraping this initiative.

It’s important to point out that I’m not guaranteeing non-stop sales once you take your brick and mortar business online. In other words, your level of success depends on many factors: your product or service, its perceived value and how you market it.

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