There’s no denying that the cost of delivering your products can weigh heavily on your online business, ultimately cutting into your profits. The challenge is, charging your customers too much for their shipping can risk loss of business, while failing to charge enough can have a significant impact on your bottom line.Continue Reading »
Stuck for ideas on what to sell on Amazon? Or maybe you're looking for some additional products that will drive more sales and boost your profit margins? Whatever your reason is for wanting to source new products, I have compiled some advice and actionable tips that you can leverage to identify the products that are in high demand on the Amazon marketplace. Enjoy!Continue Reading »
Inaccurate reporting (or lack of reporting altogether) is a huge challenge for many online sellers, so if this is something that you struggle with, you’re certainly not alone. The good news is that done correctly, effective eCommerce reporting can help you maximise the growth of your business, increase efficiency and drive down costs.Continue Reading »
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 »
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.
This is a guest post from Joannes Vermorel, Founder of Lokad.
While inventory optimisation is one of the cornerstones of eCommerce profitability, it is often easier said than done. The reality is, when it comes to eCommerce, the demand can be both intermittent and erratic, after all the number of items sold is often much larger than a traditional store of a comparable size. As a result, traditional forecasting methods and traditional inventory optimisation methods simply aren’t effective.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 selling on eBay, you’re more than likely doing it to make money and grow your business. Now while there are a whole host of factors that influence how successful you are in achieving these goals, on the eBay marketplace it largely comes down to two things – visibility and conversion.Continue Reading »
Being able to identify lucrative products to sell online, that will more importantly result in a profit, is a skill that all online sellers should strive to possess. Now while there is no denying that finding these products takes both time and extensive research, done correctly it can certainly make a huge difference to the success of your business.Continue Reading »
Growing a successful eCommerce business is a common goal for the vast majority of business owners, and while some succeed, there is no denying that others simply don’t. But what exactly limits you from achieving the same level of success that thousands of others have experienced?Continue Reading »