Monday, May 5, 2014

Bigcommerce Helps Online Entrepreneurs Succeed

Founded in 2009, Bigcommerce offers ecommerce software and shopping cart solutions to help entrepreneurs succeed online. With offices in San Francisco, Austin, and Sydney, the company has more than 300 employees and serves over 50,000 clients in nearly 130 countries around the world. Catering to businesses of all sizes, Bigcommerce has processed $2.75 billion in orders to date, with its most successful clients selling over $30 million per year. Found in 25 industries and more than 65 countries, Bigcommerce stores have welcomed 40 million shoppers. Brands and businesses such as Baily Nelson, TK Custom Guitars, Neo Spa, Torie and Howard, Lauren Bergman Jewelry, Bicycles Online, Vavoom Emporium, and more all rely on Bigcommerce.

Anyone can easily build and run their own online store with Bigcommerce. With beautiful themes and point-and-click design tools, you can create a professional-looking store without any design or programming skills. If you do “speak geek,” you can customize your site using HTML, CSS, and WebDAV. Whether you're a business neophyte or million-dollar veteran, Bigcommerce provides you with the tools you need to keep your biz running smoothly and your customers happy. The platform is equipped with built-in marketing, SEO, inventory and order management, and sales recovery tools. If that's not enough, you can integrate industry-leading apps such as Justuno, SearchSpring, Mailchimp, Constant Contact, Shopalize, Lexity Live Sales, and hundreds more.

Sellers also get access to the Bigcommerce support team via phone, email, live chat, or social media; thousands of knowledge articles and videos; and the Success Squad, a group of seasoned ecommerce entrepreneurs and marketing experts dedicated to helping Bigcommerce's online merchants become successful. Through regular interactive workshops, you will learn how to set up your store, drive traffic, increase sales, improve your conversion rate, and more.

Bigcommerce was co-founded by Eddie Machaalani and Mitchell Harper, who run the company together as co-CEOs.

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