5 Good Reasons Why it’s Time for Filipinos to learn E-Commerce 5


Photo: DigitalFilipino.com

Photo: DigitalFilipino.com

Any business, whether small-time or not, need to have online presence.  While it is an astute choice if you establish a virtual store, it’s must now for entrepreneurs to learn e-commerce. Good thing Filipinos don’t need to go to foreign experts for help, because there’s an institution like DigitalFilipino that can educate every Negosyanteng Pinoy about online business.

Personally, I can attest na ang pagnenegosyo ay hindi biro even it just a sideline or home-based. These days you can’t rely on traditional ways to sell you products so you need to set up, at least a Facebook fan page and post online ads for your marketing effort. You can sell more, reach more customers and get high profits (the ultimate goal) if you can do e-commerce right away and in the right way.

Benefits of overcoming business mistakes with e-commerce

To let them know your business is existing

I am like any meticulous clients that need to know more about the product I am about to avail.  Wala ka na rin kasing oras na magtatawag o mag-ikot sa mall para malaman ang isang bagay na trip mo. Eh kaso pag walang website at wala ring Facebook page ang isang company, nganga! I either search for other brands/ companies or think that a business is not ideal. In a way, having a website gives a very good reputation.

To capture and maintain your target customer’s attention

Getting hit or views and even comments cannot be counted as getting high profit. You need to hook your clients to encourage them to buy something from you. Ang madalas kong pagkakamali (part of my bad habit) ay I don’t have a sense of urgency to reply right away na akala ko dati ay okay lang. If you know what’s really in e-commerce industry, you’ll know how to act and react.

To handle online business problems and clients very well

Getting customers’ interest is one point, but handling their needs is another thing. Maraming pagkakataon na ikaw mismo ay susuko sa business deals because of your personal struggle and lack of knowledge in tax, charge back and fraud.

Of course, you are also prone to fraudsters when you market online so you must be careful. And it’s also understandable if a customer has questions about your product, which you have to answer with sense of authority.

To perform better than your competitors

I am not the type of person who likes to compete, but I really want to establish profitable and strong businesses. Way back 2013, I am already posting ads online, but I couldn’t get inquiries or close a deal. I realized that ,I also should be aware of my competitors and target market. Study their profile, strengths, weakness, buying power and other online behavior.

To make your awesome business go national or international

This is one of the big perks of doing e-commerce because your reach can be from Italy to Tawi-Tawi or from Candaba, Pampanga to Toronto, Canada. It’s up to you if you want to focus on certain niche or area, but oh la la you can get opportunities and actualize possibilities with e-commerce.

Now are you interested to step up? DigitalFilipino of Janette Toral together with Asian Institute of E-Commerce and AIE College  have

Certified E-Commerce Specialist, E-Commerce Entrepreneur, and E-Commerce Professional Program

or CEP online edition. Ang online class para sa Module 10 ( about E-Commerce Improvement & Promotions) ay sa October 12 sa ganap na 8:30 hanggang 10pm at ang module 11  (E-Commerce Consulting, Outsourcing, & Project Management) naman ay sa November 21

By the way, sa mga nakabuo ng buong  programa; ang DF, AIE College and  Asian Institute of E-Commerce also give credentialing particularly those  wish and eligible to earn either Diploma in E-Commerce or Bachelor of Science in E-Commerce.

How to take any of this E-commerce education?

If you miss school, this is gonna be fun, challenging and rewarding for you. Ilan sa requirement dito ay ang pagtapos nang 54 oras kada module, pagkuha ng  exams (prelims, midterm at final) at projects or report.

You’ll also meet your mentors/ professors by attending 8-hour  personal lecture ( hindi kasama ang pagkain) at ang hindi pag-a-absent sa 4 live  webinars. Remember that these will professionalize and further your e-commerce education, apart from the idea na patunay ito na hindi basta-basta ang CEP kaya dapat check lahat.

Important note on Credentialing:  to be eligible for Diploma in E-commerce,  you are someone who achieved at least  2nd  year college and  can attest that by submitting a copy of transcript of records. At gaya ng ating mga professor sa college – ang AIE College and Asian Institute of E-Commerce will evaluate kung ang isang  student ay karapat-dapat  sa Diploma pagkatapos ng buong programa.

Sa Bachelors of Science in E -Commerce naman, the participants should achieved at least 3rd year college and can pass  transcript of records .  You can earn  primary or second degree depending on the evaluation of  AIE College and Asian Institute of E-Commerce after the whole program.

 

Fees and the Good News

  1. It’s Php 3,000 per module maliban sa Module 8 – Php 6,000
  2. Php 30, 000 (with discount) if you decide to take 11 modules in cash

At ito pa ka-Hoshilandia! Makaka-10% ka when you enroll through hoshilandia.com.

Go go go!

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