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Cash In On New eCommerce Jobs
If you hadn't already noticed, eCommerce is big business right now. Sometimes referred to as Electronic Commerce (to give it its full title), eCommerce is the buying and selling of products or services over electronic systems - more often than not, the internet. Now, as you can imagine, the eCommerce industry is pretty huge. From digital sales to merchandising and online retail, anything which refers to buying and selling products over the World Wide Web falls under the eCommerce umbrella - and, as you can imagine, with the introduction of things like mCommerce and social commerce, the sector is getting bigger by the day! Now, when it comes to eCommerce, there are two main channel systems; Pure-Click and Brick and Click. Firstly, Pure Click refers to companies that only have an online presence ie. they don't have a physical bricks-and-mortar store. Their website and online selling channels are their only platforms for making money so they have to work hard on things like SEO and online marketing to raise their profile. Then there's Brick and Click channel systems - unlike Pure Click retailers, these retailers have an existing business and have added a website to gain eCommerce leads and business - they have multiple distribution channels and so, multiple ways to make money.
When it comes to jobs in the eCommerce industry, it can be hard to know where to start because the industry is so diverse. Think about it; the eCommerce sector relates to any job which is involved in making money and buying or selling products over the internet so even things like sales, media planning, buying and merchandising are included. From managing a brand's complete eCommerce strategy to managing individual eCommerce projects and analysing a business' eCommerce strategy and performance, there are shed-loads of roles within this particular niche of the industry and - like I said before - with things like smartphones and tablets, new jobs are being created in things like multi-channel and omni-channel merchandising with every week that passes. The best bit? eCommerce isn't going anywhere any time soon. From buying flights to comparing energy tariffs and booking holidays, consumers complete the majority of their transactions online these days so eCommerce careers look set to run and run.
Channel The Best New Jobs In eCommerce
Looking to make a name for yourself in the fast-moving, dynamic eCommerce industry? We don't blame you - the eCommerce sector is one of the fastest growing sectors in the digital industry so getting involved now could put you on track for a long and successful career. When it comes to bagging an eCommerce job, a lot depends on what you actually want to do - like we said before, there are loads of jobs in this sector so it's really not a case of "one size fits all" when it comes to advice. First up, if you're interested in eCommerce manager jobs, you'll need to have your finger on the pulse when it comes to multi-channel retailing, have a strong background in B2C or B2B retail (depending on the company) and know all about things like content management systems, web development, online trading platforms and analytics platforms. Excellent project management skills and a great commercial awareness are also essential attributes for your eCommerce manager CV.
More interested in the digital sales side of things? You'll need to have the "gift of the gab", amazing communication skills and lots of experience in convincing people to hand over their hard-earned cash! When it comes to eCommerce project management jobs, experience is key. You'll need to show you've got experience managing complex eCommerce projects for a host of clients and you're familiar with project planning software like MS project. Other essentials? Great people skills, the ability to work under high pressure and competency in things like Change Request and Change Control. No matter what kind of job you're applying for in the eCommerce industry, you'll need experience in an online retail environment (preferably FMCG) and you'll need lots of get up and go - after all, there's lots of competition!
eCommerce Careers From The UK's Biggest Names
If you're looking for the best new eCommerce jobs, you're definitely in the right place. From Edinburgh all the way down to Cornwall, we have the best new eCommerce vacancies from the biggest names in the business and - if you're feeling really lazy - we can even send them straight to your inbox via our Job Alerts tool so you need never miss out - we know, we really do spoil you!
If that wasn't enough, we've filled our blog up with loads of CV, cover letter, job search and interview advice and we've got our very own social media manager who's dedicated to bringing you the latest eCommerce vacancies as and when they appear on things like Twitter and Facebook.
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