Sellr Blog

Facebook Workplace

By Adam  |  14 Oct 2016 12:00:00  |  Full article...

From your friends at Facebook. Facebook is the biggest social media network and is something which businesses can make really great use of. If you needed any proof of the fact that Facebook can be a wonderful professional tool, look no further than the fact that they have just announced a new feature called Facebook Workplace, which is a version of Facebook designed specifically for use by businesses.   So why do we need Facebook workplace? Well, as social media marketers

What Does the Google Penguin Update Mean?

By Adam  |  27 Sep 2016 12:00:00  |  Full article...

Just updated. As you may have seen in one of our recent blog posts, we predicted that there was going to be an update to Google's algorithm and now it has happened. The Google Penguin update is big news for anybody who has a website which they make money from (which includes all of you) and so you need to know just what this change might mean for you and your business.   What Google's algorithm does is determine the order that websites come up for different search

How Could EKMPowershop Stop Their Decline?

By Simon  |  27 Sep 2016 09:00:00  |  Full article...

It's really interesting watching the path of companies that operate on the Internet. Many of them gain customers quickly, reach a peak and then begin the long wedge of doom (WOD), which can take many years. Others plateau when their system is still very popular, but their market is saturated. EKM Powershop seems to have had a more dramatic decline which is worrying for anyone using or thinking of using their system. Interest in their system is now back to the levels seen in

Twitter Character Limit Changes

By Adam  |  22 Sep 2016 12:00:00  |  Full article...

Thanks, Twitter. I always wanted you to do this If you speak to social media marketers about Twitter, there's one thing I bet most of them will all agree is really annoying and that is the fact that media attachments take up part of Twitter's character limit. Twitter's big unique selling point is that their 140 character limit will stop people from writing overly long and boring posts: but how does it make sense for them to include media attachments in that? Media breaks up

Is a Google Algorithm Change Coming?

By Adam  |  19 Sep 2016 12:00:00  |  Full article...

"My name is Google." Anybody who makes their living through running a business is kind of at the mercy of Google. If your money comes exclusively from people visiting your site, other than a few people who may already have you favourited, almost everybody is going to come to you through Google searches. So if the Google algorithm changes, that might mean that your site suddenly doesn't rank quite so well and you might find that you are getting less traffic and making fewer

Microsoft Buys LinkedIn

By Adam  |  20 Jun 2016 12:00:00  |  Full article...

In an unexpected turn of events, Microsoft has purchased the professional networking site, LinkedIn for an enormous $26 billion! What makes this especially interesting is the fact they are paying in cash and also that this means that they are essentially paying over $60 for each individual profile – but it is all of the profiles (and the information which can be gained from each one) which is actually what has given LinkedIn that value. All the data that Microsoft obtains about people in

The Decline of Twitter

By Adam  |  18 Mar 2016 12:00:00  |  Full article...

Twitter is one of the most well-known social media sites. Up with Facebook, Twitter has been around for years and people have been using it to market their businesses for a long time. But will it last? Well, in a very interesting turn of events, Twitter is actually on the decline. Over the last year, they've had fewer and fewer people signing up to Twitter accounts and more and more people closing their accounts. What does this mean for the future of Twitter? Might it go the way of

Google Changes - 2016

By Adam  |  26 Feb 2016 12:00:00  |  Full article...

For a lot of small businesses, paid Google search results are essential. Do you ever use their advertising system? It can be a really effective way of bringing traffic to your site - although it is a little expensive. As there is a good chance that many Sellr users will be using this and that it will be a big factor in bringing people to their site, I thought that it would be a good idea to write a blog post on Google's recent changes to this system.   How is it Different? Well,

Facebook Reactions Have Launched

By Adam  |  25 Feb 2016 12:00:00  |  Full article...

A while ago there was talk of Facebook replacing the classic "Like" button with a whole set of "Reaction Buttons" which allow a broader set of emotions to be conveyed - this has now happened for every Facebook user! Now, instead of merely being able to convey that they 'like' a post, they can also click to show that they 'love' a post, that it made them say "haha" or "wow" or if it made them ‘angry’. This is quite a good

Apple Working on a Search Engine?

By Adam  |  8 Feb 2016 12:00:00  |  Full article...

Everybody knows that Google is the giant in the internet arena. Almost everybody uses Google as their default search engine and even if you combined the number of people using other search engines it still would not come close to the high number of Google searchers. Then, of course, there's the fact that they offer loads of other features (like Google Translate and Google Web Master Tools) which really help to strengthen Google's reputation. Any business that has some reliance

Blog Search

About the Authors

Sellr Marketing Expert
Sellr Content Expert
Ecommerce Expert
Email Marketing Wizard
Equestrian Specialist

Open your online shop today

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Linked In Share on Pinterest Email to a friend More options


Share on Facebook


Share on Twitter


Share on Google+


Share on Pinterest


Email to a friend


Share on Linked In

Linked In

Share on Instagram


Share on Tumblr


Share on Wordpress


Share on your blog



Send Our Blog Posts To Your Inbox

If you're interested in E-Commerce then enter your name and email address below and we'll let you know when we publish new posts. We blog about all things E-Commerce!


Online - Start Chat?

Your name *