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The Why & How of Personalization in B2B eCommerce
Posted by Kiran Bajpai on 06 April 2020 10:00 AM

Business-to-business (B2B) eCommerce might not be as popular as the business-to-customer (B2C) space, but it is blooming. 

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6 Biggest Differences Between B2B and B2C eCommerce
Posted by Ryan Gould on 12 November 2019 11:00 AM

While eCommerce may be seen as one universal market, there can be some stark differences between the world of B2B & B2C eCommerce. Whether you’re an established business owner or an aspiring one, it’s important to know how both forms of eCommerce differs when it comes to decision making, pricing, marketing, and other business practices.

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Top B2B eCommerce Trends That You Should Look Out For
Posted by Alejandro Vasquez on 31 October 2019 10:00 AM

Keeping up with the latest trends is vital for anyone running a business. Dedicated entrepreneurs and online store owners should always be vigilant of the newest developments in technology, as well as the most recent research on customer behavior. If you are aware enough and quick-witted enough, you can make more informed decisions about everything related to your overall strategy: which innovations to use, which directions to take, and which updates to make on your website. Watching the trends for long enough may even allow you to set the trends yourself, placing you at the vanguard of your industry.

This is especially crucial for businesses that rely on B2B transactions. The average consumer has little need for studying the changes in the online market, nor for learning about the best new tools and resources in the world of eCommerce. However, if your customers are businesses, they may be learning everything they can about precisely those subjects, so they, too, can apply their knowledge to their own strategies. If you plan to sell to a customer, you must think like a customer. If you run a B2B enterprise, you must not just think like a business, but rather like a business customer.

Luckily, more than a few organizations and private companies on the internet also think like business customers. They know that plenty of people want to stay on top of any current developments, so they conduct research and release their findings. To help you stay one step ahead of competitors and customers alike, we have amassed some of the more notable results of recent studies. Feel free to take inspiration from our list of B2B eCommerce trends.

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10 Must-Haves for a B2B eCommerce Website
Posted by Alejandro Vasquez on 07 October 2019 10:00 AM

Building a website for your B2B store may require a significant amount of planning, brainstorming, and design work. Newcomers in particular may find themselves unsure of what they should focus on when creating the website. Naturally, each business may need to emphasize different aspects depending on their industry, size, and other factors. With that said, there are quite a few features that can be of great assistance to any B2B enterprise. Here is some information on ten of the universal must-haves for a B2B eCommerce website.

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Top 10 Best B2B eCommerce Solutions
Posted by Alejandro Vasquez on 16 September 2019 10:00 AM

No two businesses are alike. The needs of your online store may differ greatly from others, and that can even include competitors in the same industry. That is why when you are trying to choose the right eCommerce solution for your site, you must always consider how well the solution meets your business’s specific needs.

This is also something you should keep in mind if your business caters to other businesses. In fact, B2B stores may need some very different features and services than B2C ones due to the difference in their clientele. With that in mind, here is some information on ten of the best B2B eCommerce solutions out there. They are separated between apps and platforms, and they are listed in no particular order.

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Marketing Your B2B Website for eCommerce Success
Posted by Alejandro Vasquez on 05 August 2019 10:00 AM

When people think of online stores, most of them think specifically of business-to-consumer retailers, also known as B2C stores. It only makes sense, as the largest shopping sites in the world generally follow this particular business model. When you visit and make a purchase on Amazon, Wal-Mart, or eBay, you almost always do so as an individual consumer. This may explain why the majority of eCommerce websites mimic these online giants and operate as B2C enterprises.

However, B2C is not the only possible route you could take as an internet-based entrepreneur. Instead of catering to consumers, you could encourage other businesses to make purchases from your own business. This is called business-to-business eCommerce, or B2B eCommerce. You probably know more examples than you think just from running an online business. These include graphic designers, call centers, marketing agencies, web and app developers, and, of course, eCommerce platforms.

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