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The Cheapest Way to Ship to Canada in 2022

Finding the cheapest way to ship to Canada is important for any growing business. Whether you ship to Canada with UPS, FedEx, or USPS, there are many affordable options depending on what you’re selling and how much your orders weigh. This blog will help you find options for cheapest shipping to Canada. Why Canadian Shoppers […]

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Carrier Rates
USPS First Class vs Priority Mail

The two most common USPS services a merchant uses to ship with are First Class and Priority Mail. Generally, the deciding factor in making a decision in First Class vs Priority Mail comes down to weight. If a parcel weighs less than 16 ounces, it makes the most sense to use First Class Mail. However, […]

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Shipping Basics
Who Has the Cheapest International Shipping Rates? 

When shipping internationally, there are a lot of great services to consider. Some will work better for some packages in certain situations than others. So, while something like USPS First Class Mail International will generally win the title of “cheapest international shipping rate” that doesn’t make it the best fit. Learning which services offer the best […]

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Cheapest Way to Ship a Package in 2022

Shipping can be expensive. In this guide, we offer tips & solutions that show you how to save money on shipping, order fulfillment, & packaging.

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Shipping Discounts for USPS, FedEx, UPS, and more

Save the most money on shipping by leveraging carriers, how much you ship, and what software you use. Our tips are inside.

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Media Mail Shipping Rates for 2022

USPS Media Mail is the preferred way to ship books, records, and movies. There are some exceptions to what can be shipped with Media Mail. However, we will get into that later. It’s a good thing that shipping Media Mail is affordable because the contents within can be fragile and need extra care and packaging […]

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Case Studies
Suitably is Blazing Trails for Women in the Workplace

For women in business, life can seem like a constant juggling act. As a new mom, Columbia business school graduate, and CEO of a businesswear line that launched a few weeks before COVID lockdowns, though, Annabel Gato is well-versed in the art of keeping things moving with both hands full.  We chatted with Annabel and […]

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How to Use ShipStation to Ship Ecommerce Orders

Figuring out how to ship your ecommerce orders can be a challenge. A common side effect of a growing business and increased order volume is realizing that some of your processes now take longer than they should. Thankfully, ShipStation is here to help. For instance, before Homefield Apparel found ShipStation they weren’t shipping as efficiently […]

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Shipping News
April Ship & Sip Recap: An Ecommerce Makeover for Bulk Candy Store 

Have you ever wanted to get insights on how entrepreneurs took an idea and turned it into a successful business while utilizing ShipStation? Twice a quarter event series, Ship and Sip allows you to do just that. Hi! My name is Erin and in addition to being the Manager of the ShipStation Community, I also […]

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Selling Channels
Utilizing Multi-Channel Marketing to Grow Your Shopify Store

This post was contributed by Ashley Scorpio, Senior Vice President of Partnerships at Hawke Media. Shopify provides an easy way to manage your shipping. It’s right there on the platform. You can compare rates, show them to your customers, print labels, and track your shipments, all without breaking a sweat. And for many shop owners, […]

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Carrier Rates, Shipping Basics
How to Ship Vinyl Records 

Selling and shipping physical media is usually pretty straightforward. However, talk to any record sellers and you quickly know which one requires the most care. Knowing how to ship vinyl records is a skill that every record store, dealer, or label has to learn. They require a little bit more care than other media do. […]

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Podcast
Get Ship Done Podcast Episode 2: Urban Native Era: Success Sewn from a Social Movement 

Urban Native Era was started by Joey Montoya (Lipan Apache) in 2012 as a social movement to increase visibility of Indigenous People through social media. When he started capturing the Idle No More protests, Montoya was able to expand the cause’s vision. When he launched UNE’s first line of tshirts in 2013 to broaden their […]

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