E-Commerce Essentials: The Must-Have Basics For Your Online Business
Running a business is no walk in the park; it’s more like a triathlon! You need to have the knowledge and know-how in so many different areas- it’s easy to get overwhelmed. For many businesses, e-commerce is the part of the business-owning triathlon dreaded most. So many platforms, so much to keep up with, and too much to learn!
Not to worry! In this webinar, Heather will break down the Essentials of E-Commerce. Whether you’ve been in business for two weeks or two decades, this course is for you! Heather will break down the must-have basics in e-commerce no business can be without in this day and age. She will discuss ways to create an effective online brand, tips on making your website work for you, social media tricks, basics of running ads, and more!
Let’s hit the ground running and see how you can take your e-commerce business to the next level!
Meet Our Presenter:
Heather Young, Front Porch Twang
Heather Young is the founder and owner of Front Porch Twang. Her Cedar City-based boutique juggles a successful brick-and-mortar on Main Street along with an exciting online presence. Heather has a passion for helping women find confidence and self-love. As a busy wife and mom to three kids, Heather curates her shop with real, everyday women in mind - because she is one too!
Front Porch Twang Boutique was created in remembrance of Heather’s Father, who passed away from cancer when she was a child- its name is a tribute to him too. The name itself is a tribute to him - “Twang” was his nickname from his teenage years, since he was country before country was cool! Heather’s Mom and Dad were high school sweethearts, and her Dad’s band dedicated a song to her Mom about a guy and a girl sitting on a “Front Porch” swing, falling in love - Front Porch Twang!
Since their doors opened, Front Porch Twang has been dedicated to continuing the legacy Heather’s Father left behind of bringing joy and bringing out the best in everyone! Front Porch Twang is proud to donate a portion of sales to benefit kids whose parents have cancer.