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Data Age eCommerce Clients Surpass $45 Million In Online Sales

Data Age Business Systems, developer of the industry’s leading pawn management software PawnMaster, is excited to announce yet another e-commerce milestone. Through the integrated e-commerce tool e4o, PawnMaster users have achieved over 45 million dollars in revenue from items sold online. PawnMaster’s e4o product allows users to list inventory items out for sale on multiple online channels, while still offering those items for sale in store. 

Data Age eCommerce Clients Surpass $42 Million In Online Sales

Data Age Business Systems, developer of the industry’s leading pawn management software PawnMaster, is proud to announce the latest in a long line of milestones for its eCommerce platform, e4o. PawnMaster users have achieved more than 42 million dollars in revenue from items sold through the platform, with more than 2 million of that number flowing in during the COVID-19 quarantine period.

Data Age eCommerce Clients Top $40 Million in Online Sales

Data Age Business Systems, developer of the industry’s leading pawn management software PawnMaster, is excited to announce yet another e-commerce milestone. Through the integrated e-commerce tool e4o, PawnMaster users have achieved over 40 million dollars in revenue from items sold online. PawnMaster’s e4o product allows users to list inventory items out for sale on multiple online channels, while still offering those items for sale in store.

Data Age eCommerce Clients Top $30 Million in Online Sales

Data Age Business Systems, developer of the industry’s leading pawn management software PawnMaster, is excited to announce yet another e-commerce milestone. Through the integrated e-commerce tool e4o, PawnMaster users have achieved over 30 million dollars in revenue from items sold online.  PawnMaster’s e4o product allows users to list inventory items out for sale on multiple online channels, while still offering those items for sale in store.

Data Age eCommerce Clients Top $25 Million in Online Sales

Data Age Business Systems, the developers of PawnMaster, the industry leading pawn shop management software, are excited to announce a landmark eCommerce occasion. Using the integrated eCommerce listing tool e4o, PawnMaster users have sold over twenty-five million dollars’ worth of merchandise since e4o’s inception in 2016.

How much are you really paying for your eCommerce software?

While selling your inventory online is becoming a necessity, we want to bring awareness around the cost of doing so and help you gain an understanding of what certain convenience fees are for.

Your Business Needs A Professional Website

There is a large portion of the small business community that believes their business will not benefit from a professionally designed website or it is not within their budget. These misconceptions are doing harm to your small business. Below is food for thought on why your small business needs a professional website.

StoreFront: A Marketplace Software YOU Can’t Do Without

”I want more! More platforms, more channels, more tools.” I hear this on a daily basis and it is great to want to expand your business and get your products in front of the world. But, when I hear this comment with such enthusiasm, my reply is simple: “Do you have a website?” The majority of these people do, however it is shocking the amount of people who don’t sell items from their own website. Think about this, it is your website, you can do what you want and how you want, why not sell your items there?

Secrets to Successful Posting: Craigslist Edition

Craigslist gets about 30 million visitors each month looking for products that might be available in their very own backyard. If you own a brick and mortar shop, where customers come in to touch and feel the product, then this marketplace is a great way to drive foot traffic into your store. A free local classified advertisement website where you can post your products and target buyers in your local neighborhoods.

How to Make Your eBay Listings Stand Out

BE THE BUYER (not the seller) – Put yourself in your customers’ shoes. Think about a time you bought something on eBay. What process did you go through? How did your experience make you feel?

Posted on 04 Apr 2017

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