Apr9
10 Tips For Organizing Your Ecommerce Business

10 Tips For Organizing Your Ecommerce Business

Posted by Kelly Kirkham

The life of an entrepreneur is anything but calm. Most small business owners are kept busy from sun up to sun down, trying to squeeze the most out of each minute. The early years of running a small business typically entail being almost constantly short on time, money, and resources.

However, entrepreneurs find that the more organized they can be, the easier their tasks are to complete. So, in our effort to help the busy entrepreneur, below are our favorite ways to stay organized and keep a managed workload.

#1. Task Manager

While configuring a task manager may feel like more trouble than it is worth, you will most likely be pleasantly surprised. Apps and Chrome extensions like ClickUp, Todoist, and Any.Do can help you keep track of your to-do list while also instilling a sense of accomplishment each day.

#2. Professional Email

It can be easy to convince yourself into believing that your Gmail or Yahoo account is fine for your business, but a professional email account dedicated to your business creates a secure place for mailing lists, contacts, and your calendar. Learn more about email hosting today.

#3. SEO Help

Making sure that your website ranks well in search engines can be a full-time job in itself. Enlist some help from our Website SEO Guru. In just a few minutes we will scan your website and provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to improve your website SEO. Learn more about Website SEO Guru from Midphase today!

#4. Password Manager

Nobody has time for lost password forms. Avoid the hassle with a password manager. Our personal favorite is LastPass, but there are many others that will do the trick. Just be sure to safeguard access to your password manager – if you lose that password you may be out of luck.

#5. Virtual Assistant

If you feel like your day-to-day life is bogged down with paperwork and other administrative tasks, consider hiring a Virtual Assistant to help cut down on the time you spend in the office. There’s no sense responding to email all day when you could be out improving your business.

#6. Reliable Security

Don’t let your website security keep you awake at night. Instead, add SiteLock Malware Detection to your Midphase account. Your site will be regularly scanned for nasties, and if any are found, SiteLock can quickly and easily remove them.

#7. Established Goals

Whether you are looking at days, weeks, months, or years, be sure that you know what your goals are and exactly how you will achieve them. Clearly defined goals help you determine if you are on track or if you need to adjust your course.

#8. Multiple User Accounts

Remember that a good rule of thumb is to always create multiple user accounts for software, social media platforms, email, websites, and other digital tools. Your accounts will be more secure and you can place safeguards to prevent human/user errors.  

#9. Social Media Manager

Who has time to Tweet six times a day? We don’t, which is why we use a social media manager to do the posting for us. Social media managers let you spend some time creating posts for the tool to post while you are busy working through your other important tasks. We love Falcon, Hootsuite, and Buffer, but any social media manager platform will do the trick.

#10. Keyword Lists

Don’t leave your content, social media, and SEO to chance. Invest some time into a master keyword sheet for easy reference when updating your website, blog, or social media feeds. Keeping up with one keyword list will help you focus your narrative and define your audience.

Be sure to partner with Midphase for the tools, services, security, and expertise you need to be successful.

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