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5 Online Resources for Retail Entrepreneurs

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As beginners in the game, the euphoria is likely to peak anytime you hear a new name announced as an addition to the growing list of successful retail CEOs. The global retail industry is home to many super-rich entrepreneurs. But beneath all the investment and efficient management choices they make, retail entrepreneurs have access to several online resources to grow their value.

Here are five such online resources for retail entrepreneurs.

1. Nick McCullum

As a retail entrepreneur, a little knowledge of zeros and ones is essential. This is where Nick's blog comes in handy. It's one of the best online resources for those looking to advance their knowledge in software engineering, entrepreneurship, business, and finance. As an entrepreneur, it helps to learn a little coding, especially if you're planning to enter the tech industry.

One of the fast-growing programming languages adjudged by the TIOBE index and Stack Overflow is Python. You can use Python to make implicit changes to your brand's website to increase its usability. Generally, it provides programmers with an approach to problem-solving where simplicity and functionality meet.

As you go deeper into the python world, you may encounter "the Zen of Python," which harbors more python perspectives about the software development community. With many people following python code and global namespace, numerous misconceptions keep surfacing in chatrooms. One of such is whether pointers exist in Python.

Pointers are alien in Python. However, objects work almost the same as pointers. Understanding python object parts like reference count and value can help you implement a pointer behavior in Python. Nick's blog can be a useful tool if you need more information on switching from Python pointer to object. What's more, as a retail entrepreneur, dropping by various chatrooms once in a while might help you familiarize yourself with the latest updates to enhance business results.

2. WebMD

If you're a supplement retailer or in the wellness industry, you'll find all sorts of information regarding the benefits and side effects of various supplements on WebMD. WebMD also helps you understand what's available on the market.

Customers are always looking for new things to try.

3. HubSpot

The marketing platform HubSpot maintains a very useful multilingual blog that offers a wealth of information about inbound marketing and content marketing. You'll find marketing, sales, and service topics.

4. Google Keyword Planner

The strength of every retail company relies on efficient marketing. Luckily there are many marketing optimization opportunities available for digital marketers to get better at what they do. One of such can be a keyword planner like the one offered by Google and SEMRush, which provides digital marketers with insights to identify opportunities and ramp up ROI.

5. Coursera

All successful entrepreneurs speak the dynamic language that is growth. With every new level unlocked comes new customers to provide for and new value to be served. One of the best ways to keep up with all the trends in the industry is to focus on upskilling. The rise of online learning has even made it more convenient to sharpen your skills as a retail entrepreneur. With one tutorial or explanation after the other, you can open your company to new opportunities.

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