Whether you are starting up an eCommerce business, or already have an existing online store in action, one critical aspect for success is shipping. Here are the 5 most common questions we get on our eCommerce shipping integrations – answered by our very own shipping integrations specialist!
Navigating through insurance fine prints on top of taking care of shipping your high-value or fragile products can be stressful. Here are our tips on choosing the right courier insurance for your small business shipping.
Delivery to a residential address may be a little tricky and a common question many eCommerce business owners have is, ‘What if I need to make a home delivery?”. Here are 5 ways to make home deliveries successful.
With today’s business climate gearing more towards eCommerce stores, an abundance of options and features have become available for those looking into starting their own online business. Here are 4 tips to building your eCommerce store.
FlagShip’s multi-carrier shipping plugin for WooCommerce provides instant, discounted, real-time rates from Purolator, UPS, FedEx, DHL and Canpar; providing you with a one-stop ship shipping solution for your e-commerce business.
“I missed the delivery for my shipment – what should I do now?” Don’t worry, depending on the carrier delivering your shipment, there are several options available.
Do you ever need to have a shipment delivered on the next day? Here are a few tips on next day deliveries and the cost for an overnight delivery – whether you are shipping within the city or to the other end of the country.
If you are planning on shipping a package soon and are asking the question “How much does it cost to track a package?”, we have some great news for you – tracking a package that has been processed with FlagShip is free. Learn more.
The process of sending multiple packages in one shipment is referred to as multi-package shipping (sometimes multi-piece shipping). Multi-package shipping can save your business time and money by grouping together multiple pieces in one shipment going to the same destination.