James McCluskey

6 Security Tips for Protecting Your Online Store

By Quay Morgan | February 12, 2019 | 0 Comments

Starting an online shop but worried about you & your customers’ security? You should be. Any responsible business owner should have very real and legitimate concern for the security of their store and their customers. There’s people up to no good out there, and your customers are putting their faith in you to keep their…

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Accept Donations Easily in Your Online Store

By James McCluskey | February 7, 2019 | 0 Comments

There is a bit of an expectation online that everything should be free…and that sounds great on paper. The free and public exchange of information and ideas can lead to some great innovations. Who that doesn’t help, however, are the creators and innovators of those things. It’s hard to eek out a living for yourself…

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7 Ways to Improve a Small Business in 30 Minutes a Day

By James McCluskey | February 5, 2019 | 0 Comments
Ninja building bridge to reach your goal

Trying to improve your business can be a daunting challenge. Often this is because we don’t know where to begin. We all have goals that we are working towards but knowing how to make current practices better has hazier steps than, “Sell X amount of product by Y date.” The other reason that improving business…

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If You Don’t Have a Budget, You’re Probably Bleeding Money!

By James McCluskey | January 29, 2019 | 0 Comments

If you are hording your canned goods and tools waiting for society to fall apart so we can go back to trading… then this article isn’t for you. The trading of goods and services is something almost as old as humanity itself, and currency developed sometime around 700-500 BCE. Wouldn’t you know it, the concept…

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5 More Tips to Avoid Self Sabotage

By James McCluskey | January 24, 2019 | 0 Comments

Recently, we talked about how most small businesses don’t survive beyond their first five years, and even more small businesses don’t live to see their first decade. To combat this, we shared five tips small business owners can use to avoid self-sabotage.  Wouldn’t it be nice if the list stopped there and there were no…

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ExchangeWP to Ninja Shop: Easier Than You Think!

By Quay Morgan | January 22, 2019 | 0 Comments

Have your ExchangeWP store set up perfectly but need to upgrade into Ninja Shop? Wondering (dreading?) how to transfer? Don’t worry. We’ve got you. Spent countless hours getting your ExchangeWP shop set up just the way you want it? Worried about how you’re going to transition your content over to Ninja Shop? How long it’s…

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Need Something New? Fresh Ideas for the Perfect Product

By James McCluskey | January 17, 2019 | 0 Comments

When running an e-store it’s important to keep your eyes open for new opportunities. You can have the best product in the world for your genre, but this is not always a guaranteed recipe for success. One of the largest inevitables of working with the internet is being prepared for change. The history of online…

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Abandoned Cart Email: Your Best Friend for Site Traffic and Sales

By James McCluskey | January 15, 2019 | 0 Comments

When it comes to online shopping there are some common habits that a lot of customers have. Late night browsing, impulse purchases, and hunting for for the best deal are a few behaviors that customers seem to share (present company included). One of the essentials of keeping your online sales up is knowing how customers…

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5 Apps to Help Your Business Run Efficiently.

By James McCluskey | January 10, 2019 | 0 Comments

So you’ve got your e-store up and running. Great! Your products are selling and you’re keeping track of your sales data and projected numbers. Even better! However, where do you go from there? Is there a new product you could be building? Is there something you are already doing that could be done better? Growth…

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5 Tips To Avoid Small Business Self Sabotage

By James McCluskey | January 8, 2019 | 1 Comment

Only about half of all small businesses survive longer than their first five years. Almost as terrifying, only around one third of small businesses continue to exist after their first decade. To many small business owners, present company included, this is terrifying. Having your business completely fail (or fail at all) is not high on…

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