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Daniel Johnson

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Daniel Johnson is the Vice President of iGlobal Stores, a leading provider of cross-border eCommerce technologies. iGlobal Stores is a SaaS solution that simplifies cross-border complexities in eCommerce for both the international consumer and e-tailer through eliminating or reducing the common barriers that occur when selling globally. Daniel thrives on helping businesses expand their global footprint and reap the benefits that come with increased sales and conversion around the world. Daniel loves the outdoors, sports, and anything with wheels or horsepower. He resides in St George, Utah, is married and the father of four children.

The two key items international shoppers are looking for   Any consumer behavior study will tell you that the majority of international shoppers on US eCommerce sites are buying for one of 2 reasons: Available products and services Convenience Available products and services International consumers turn to online shops when […]

August 19th, 2016

European Union Duty & VAT Calculator Your browser does not support iFrames. Please load this page in a different browser.    Please Note: Calculated amounts are estimates. They are based on 2011 annual average currency conversion rates. Opening your doors to international buyers within the EU can be an avenue […]

March 13th, 2016

UPS, FedEx and DHL International Shipping Weight Calculator Some of the pains that eCommerce businesses may experience with international shipments are:

September 13th, 2015

After much persuasion by someone on your staff, potential international customers, or your shipping carrier you have decided to mitigate the risk and open the floodgates for international orders. After several minutes, or days, of waiting you finally get the first order, so what do you do now? 1.    Verify […]

September 19th, 2012

How to determine the Country of Origin Many people are aware of the term “country of origin”, also known as COO. This is typically due to the country of origin being stamped, marked, or labeled on the products you currently buy or sell. In fact, the United States requires most […]

September 5th, 2012

If you have ever sold and shipped your products internationally, you have most likely heard the term “Landed Cost” before. What I would like to do with this post is provide several frequently asked questions about landed cost and provide the answers to help better your understanding on landed cost […]

August 22nd, 2012

APO and FPO Shipping Most eCommerce businesses have had orders or inquiries from customers with an APO or FPO shipping address. Now, like most eCommerce businesses you probably want to fulfill every order possible, but what is an APO or FPO address and how do I ship my goods there? […]

January 24th, 2012

How Can I Increase Sales Online? This is a question that eCommerce businesses are continuously asking. With good reason too, we all want to grow our eCommerce business, right? One of the first options many websites try is to increase traffic. Some common ways this is accomplished are: SEO Affiliates […]

November 23rd, 2011

Going global with your eCommerce site can be a great way for you to increase product sales, as well as your bottom line. Because of the fear of the unknown, many eCommerce businesses elect to avoid shipping internationally. To help with these fears, here are 10 things to do before […]

July 21st, 2011