Sahir Sachdev

Sahir Sachdev

1&1 Product Marketing Intern

Sahir is a Product Marketing Intern at 1&1. He is currently pursuing a Bachelor's of Science in International Business and Marketing, at Drexel University. He loves to research, travel and is passionate about football.

Posts by Sahir Sachdev

5 Things To Do After Writing A Blog Post To Boost Visits

Blogging is a great communication tool for all organizations. A blog can help to give your company a personality, showcase products and services in a narrative fashion, and increase traffic to your website. But, once you have a blog, how do you get visitors to notice it? While there are several different ways to enhance the popularity of your blog, here are five simple steps you can take right now.

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9 Ways To Reduce Online Shopping Cart Abandonment

Online retailers put a lot of effort into building their eCommerce websites: listing products, converting sales, and building a brilliant online reputation for their businesses. However, in spite of all their efforts, several potential customers abandon their shopping carts. Abandoned baskets can be a significant source of lost revenue for companies. In fact, to investigate the prevalence of this issue, the Baymard Institute analyzed and combined the results of 31 separate cart abandonment studies. According to their statistics, nearly 69% of eCommerce shopping carts are abandoned. Here are a few influential yet simple changes you can make to reduce the cart abandonment rate on your online store. 

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Four Ways To Secure Funding For Your Startup

There are innumerable important business elements that entrepreneurs need to consider in order to run a successful startup. Aspects such as planning, financing, staffing, operations, controlling, and others are integral processes for every business. Business owners need to think critically if they want to surpass the average survival rate. According to the U.S. Small Business Association, only about 50% of new businesses last five years or more. Furthermore, about one-third exists after 10 years or more. One of the most prevalent reasons that fewer startups survive over time is improper financing.

The way a startup is funded could make or break it. The source of funding, ease of funding, and cost of funding are some of the crucial factors that business owners and entrepreneurs need to consider. These elements can reduce risks, lower costs, and create lasting benefits, among various other advantages. While taking on these challenges, startups need to be more wary than well-established organizations. Less financial backing and limited liability are just two of many reasons that they are more vulnerable than their larger counterparts.

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