E-commerce has become a very well-oiled machine and the market is saturated with both small and large businesses vying for hungry consumers and their wallets. Can small businesses really compete with large companies? The answer is yes. Small online businesses and smaller storefront companies can utilize emerging trends to market their products, and thus become more competitive against large recognizable companies, notably Amazon and Wal-Mart.
Online shopping and/or E-commerce is growing 25% per year over year, however 46% of small American businesses do not have an actual website to offer consumers.
That statistic enables small businesses to start-up online shopping and to become more relevant in a much desired shopping venue. How can they accomplish that?