WordPress is a free and powerful content management system that can also be used for building an e-commerce site. There are numerous themes and plugins available for free. With a big community, constant improvements are made with WordPress core, plugins, and themes being used. If not maintained, a WordPress site can also experience errors, hacks,… Read more »
There are many suggestions on how to go about the creation of a Digital Marketing Plan for MSMEs (micro and small medium enterprises). Here’s what I usually teach my students in the E-Commerce and Digital Marketing Mentoring Program for MSMEs (with Department of Trade and Industry – Cebu) and Rural Impact Sourcing 12-days Technical Training… Read more »
E-Commerce in the Philippines is thriving especially now with availability of friendly payment systems. However, a big number of Filipino Online Shoppers buy from international sites. Before you visit your favorite shopping site, why don’t you check out some of the Filipino online store first? You might find something interesting.
If you are buying online for the first time, it is best to read this article, “Are
There are three (3) ways an MSME can create an online presence. This includes: Join an e-commerce marketplace. Create a site by subscribing to e-commerce platforms. Build your own e-commerce website. Join an E-Commerce Marketplace If you are new to online selling, joining marketplaces provides a lot of advantages including: Usually offers free sign-up. Capitalize… Read more »
We are kicking off the E-Commerce and Digital Marketing Mentoring Program for MSMEs with an overview on “E-Commerce in the Philippines”. This module 1 learning webinar took place last December 19, 2016. The webinar video tackles the following topics: I. E-Commerce Industry Players We took a look at the Philipines E-Commerce Landscape infograpic from ecommerIQ… Read more »
There are so many ways on how entrepreneurs can accept payments online. The mechanics are becoming much more friendly and there’s certainly one that can suit your needs.
1. Cash – payment is given in person, either before or upon delivery of product or service.
2. Bank deposit / Debit – payment is deposited to the merchant’s bank account, deducted from the buyer’s account. Afterwards, the product or