When selling your products online, there is no denying that the process of actually listing these products can be both time-consuming and costly, no more so than when you are selling across multiple different channels. I say can be because the simple fact is it doesn’t need to be either.Continue Reading »
As a result of its broad reach, active customer base and lucrative seller benefits, Cdiscount is a great online marketplace to consider selling on if you’re looking to expand into the French market. To help you better determine whether or not it is a good fit for your business, we have compiled five of the marketplace’s key benefits below.Continue Reading »
One of the biggest challenges with running an online business is the need to effectively manage your inventory. The problem is, as your business grows, this challenge only amplifies. Realistically, in order to sell on more channels and ultimately grow your business, the use of an inventory management system becomes a fundamental necessity.Continue Reading »
Having to deal with angry customers is often inevitable, however when it is the result of them being sold a product that isn’t actually available, well that is something that can largely be avoided. The reality is, listing unavailable stock and overselling a product doesn’t benefit anyone, least of all you as the seller, in fact it can have catastrophic results on both your reputation and sales performance.
Now while it may seem easier said than done, it is ultimately your responsibility to ensure that you have the processes in place to avoid it, or at least significantly reduce the occurrence of overselling.
While Fulfilment by Amazon, otherwise referred to as FBA, is successfully used by businesses of all sizes, there are a number of factors you should be considering prior to using the programme. The fact is, FBA does of course come at a cost and you will need to assess whether the associated fees are viable not only for your business as a whole, but specifically your individual products.Continue Reading »
Valentine’s Day is now just around the corner and if you’ve not already started thinking about how you can leverage the eCommerce opportunity around this holiday, there’s a high chance you will miss out on valuable sales. To help you prepare both your website and marketplace listings for the potential surge in sales, we’ve provided you with some actionable tips that you should start thinking about.Continue Reading »
Back in their Autumn 2016 statement, eBay announced that they would be requiring all sellers to include at least one product identifier in all new or manufacture refurbished listings, as of February 2017. You should, however, be aware that this mandate has in fact been postponed and as a seller you will not be required to include this information until later on in the year.Continue Reading »
If you’re looking to grow your business internationally, the Spanish market is certainly one worth considering. After all, with an eCommerce market worth €18.2 billion, not to mention the fact that 41% of the population are already shopping online and a further 61% of those shoppers are willing to purchase from international sellers, there is a significant opportunity for cross-border trade in this country.Continue Reading »
If you are listing at scale when selling online, without the use of a bulk listing tool, chances are you are wasting a huge amount of valuable time. Time, which could otherwise be spent focusing on growing your eCommerce business.Continue Reading »
If you’re looking to export internationally and grow your business overseas, there is a wealth of valuable information, resources and support available to you. Below, we have compiled a list of exporting resources covering key organisations, exporting programmes that can provide support and help with funding, as well as additional information on everything from foreign exchange and shipping, right through to country data and VAT resources.Continue Reading »