When we think about growing a business, often the first thing that comes to mind is generating more sales. But what about the part that comes before sales? And by that I mean getting your products seen by potential customers in the first place.Continue Reading >
Amazon Business is a competitive B2B marketplace for businesses who want to sell more to other companies. With more than one million customers, selling on Amazon Business is an attractive prospect to many sellers, manufacturers and distributors alike.Continue Reading >
Back in their 2018 Spring Seller Update, eBay announced that they would be beginning the first phase of their transition to offering a product-based shopping experience (PBSE), a move that has since seen eBay refocus their search experience on products rather than listings.
The purpose of PBSE - which eBay now also refer to as Shop by Product - is to ultimately help buyers find and compare products quicker and easier than ever before.
Throughout this article, we've covered all there is to know about eBay's shift to providing a product based shopping experience, including an overview of what they've done so far and what changes you can expect to see in the coming months.Continue Reading >
If you’re selling on Amazon you will already be well aware of its benefits – worldwide reach, exponential growth opportunities, a ready-made customer base and association with an established and credible brand.
Here’s the thing though – it takes a lot more than simply being present on Amazon to take advantage of these benefits, stand out from the competition and ultimately generate sales.
So, the million-pound question – how exactly do you increase your sales on Amazon? What does it really take to sell more on the marketplace? And how can you capitalise on this platform to successfully grow your business?Continue Reading >
Want to start selling online but don't really have the capital? Or maybe you're not sure whether it's for you and you want to test the water first? If you answered yes to either of these, then dropshipping might be the answer - it's an excellent gateway to online retail that requires less financial input than a regular online store, plus you don't need a warehouse to get started.Continue Reading >