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[Summary] 5 Tips For Using Twitter to Drive Social Commerce

March 24, 2014 |

Twitter is gaining popularity for its ability to connect and engage people, but more importantly it can help business owners to drive sales. Currently, 23 million people are using Twitter daily and 30% of them will see small-medium businesses (SMBs) … Read More

Ecommerce Case Study: Too Lazy to Shop for Fruits? Let Them Do the Shopping for You

March 18, 2014 |

Owned by two like-minded individuals, Ben and Kang, they have travelled around the world and tasted in-season fruits at the farms where they were harvested. “We were disappointed with the quality of fruits in the supermarkets. The taste was … Read More

Ecommerce Case Study: Design for Everyone, for Everyday

March 12, 2014 |

Naiise? Nice? You are right. According to the founder of Naiise, Dennis wanted to come up with a store name that is simple and easily relatable. “Naiise plays on the word ‘nice’ and it constantly reminds us to be nice … Read More

Ecommerce Case Study: SEOULMADE21 – A Korea-Singapore Collaboration

March 6, 2014 |

Who says that you need to work with a local partner to sell your products? SeoulMade21 is founded by Wora, a Korean, and marketed by IV in Singapore. Both of them work hand in hand to ensure that Singaporeans can … Read More

Introduction to e-CommerceSOS Singapore E-Commerce basically refers to the online retail industry. This industry usually entails the buying and selling of products or services via the Internet with transactions generally carried out via the use of electronic online systems such as credit card’s electronic billing service and specialist online transaction services such as PayPal. The rise of various forms of new media such as video sharing websites (e.g. YouTube, Vine), social media sites (e.g. Facebook, Twitter) as well as more user friendly Content Management Systems (e.g. Blogs) has allowed the average consumer access to the requisite tools needed to set up and successfully run an e-commerce shop. New media has broken down the barriers of two way communication between user and creator and has thus ushered in a new age of online business. The successful penetration of broadband services to the masses has allowed consumers and creators to access e-commerce sites on the go, potentially maximising the potential of sales. Hence, there has never been a greater time to create an e-commerce online store in Singapore of your very own. At e-CommerceSOS, we aim to be your one stop guide to e-commerce matters with a focus on  Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and India. As the Asia reseller of Shopify, e-CommerceSOS sees the need to be an all-solution ecommerce website builder/provider on marketing, running an online business and Shopify updates for the Asia e-commerce community. With our guiding hand by your side, you will be running one of the best ecommerce websites in no time at all.