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Where to find B2B hubs for good wholesale deals?

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Where to find B2B hubs for good wholesale deals? Hello Redditors, I hope this is the right place to post this. I am looking for some information or suggestions regarding B2B purchases, and I hope someone here can assist me. I work in the retail sector and own several physical and online stores (Romania) specializing in DIY products, kitchenware, sports equipment, home and garden items, etc. We…

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Apple Approves First Retro PC Emulator for iPhone, iPad, and Vision Pro

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Apple Approves First Retro PC Emulator for iPhone, iPad, and Vision Pro Apple this weekend approved free PC emulator “UTM SE” for the App Store on iPhone, iPad, and Vision Pro. The app allows users to emulate old versions of Windows OS, macOS, Linux, and more to fire up classic software and games on Apple devices. As the first of its kind to be allowed on the App Store, UTM SE offers several unique features like V…

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Google is reportedly planning its biggest startup acquisition ever

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Google is reportedly planning its biggest startup acquisition ever Illustration: The VergeGoogle is considering spending $23 billion to buy Wiz, a cloud cybersecurity startup with partners that include Amazon and Oracle, reports The Wall Street Journal. At close to twice what it spent for Motorola Mobility in 2012, it would be the most Google has ever paid for another company. The New York City-based Wiz offers…

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Etsy is eating all my money

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Etsy is eating all my money I’ve been using Etsy for the past 5 months and I’m getting decent sales. However, the fees are insane! I’m trying to sort out shipping and getting cheaper labels but the fees take a huge chunk of money and leave me a smaller net profit. Is there another platform I can use? Something with lower transaction and processing fees? How is Shopify? …

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Hopefully, this new PARAMOUNT logo won’t stick around for long

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Hopefully, this new PARAMOUNT logo won’t stick around for long This probably isn’t Paramount’s new logo. | Image: ParamountIf you didn’t know Paramount Global is set to merge with Skydance, then the logo included in their recent investor presentation would like to share an important update. Under its traditional mountain and stars, it shouts PARAMOUNT, using the all-caps styling and arched text of the Skyda…

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AT&T reportedly gave $370,000 to a hacker to delete its stolen customer data

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AT&T reportedly gave $370,000 to a hacker to delete its stolen customer data Illustration by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The VergeAT&T paid a hacker about $370,000 to delete customer data that was stolen from it as part of a hacking spree earlier this year. The hacker then provided a video to prove they had deleted the data, according to a Wired report today. AT&T reportedly negotiated through an intermediary, called Reddi…

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Email matching

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Email matching We have over 10,000 customer names on our point of sale system but only 3700 emails and phone numbers. This wasn’t because customers opted out of giving us their name and number, my staff simply just did not ask them for it. This wasn’t because customers opted out of giving us their name and number, my staff simply just did not ask them for them…

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Complaints about crashing 13th, 14th Gen Intel CPUs now have data to back them up

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Complaints about crashing 13th, 14th Gen Intel CPUs now have data to back them up Photo by Tom Warren / The VergeAlderon Games, the maker of dinosaur MMO Path of Titans, says it’s swapping out its Intel 13th and 14th Gen-based servers for AMD and urges others hosting the game’s servers to do the same. The developer has had “significant” instability issues that none of the fixes so far have reversed, wrote Alderon founder Matt…

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Is a 20% refund rate normal?

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Is a 20% refund rate normal? I’ve been running my Ecom business for the last 6 months and things have been pretty smooth. Last month I started my first paid ad campaign and I’ve been getting a ton of refunds. (about 2 every 10 orders) I’m not sure if it’s my ads or my products but people will buy them minutes later refund. Here’s an email I got: “i recently bought two produ…

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Ecommerce Business vs Marketing Agency?

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Ecommerce Business vs Marketing Agency? Hey everyone, I’ve been trying to land an entry-level marketing job in the UK for over 3 years now, but no luck so far. Currently working as a security guard to make ends meet. I’ve taught myself a lot about marketing—Meta ad campaigns, email marketing, video/photo editing with Adobe—but I need real experience. Thinking about starting a ecommerc…

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how many sites visits before i start changing my offer?

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how many sites visits before i start changing my offer? I have my 1 product website running for 3 days with a total of 88 visits and 2 add to carts. No sales yet. How many more visits i should wait before I consider changing my offer (decrease the price, bundle, 10% off..etc)? submitted by /u/wtfmoe

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Any thoughts for fashion?

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Any thoughts for fashion? Hey everyone. So me and my biz partner have been thinking about starting a free weekly Webinar focused around marketing for clothing & fashion brands. Is this something anyone would be interested in? May expand to other niches but just this one for now. Trying to see if it would be worth our time submitted by /u/Medium-Bid3682

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