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Amazon Business: An Alternative B2B Marketplace

Nat Libby | July 17, 2018 | Comments

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.

But what exactly is Amazon Business? What are the advantages and disadvantages to Amazon Business? What is the difference between Amazon Business and selling on Amazon? What requirements do you need to meet for an Amazon Business account?

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Topics: Amazon, Online Business, Online Marketplaces

How To Calculate Shipping Costs For Your Online Business

Nat Libby | June 15, 2018 | Comments

Understanding how to calculate shipping costs is important. Not only do you need to track how much you’re spending in order to turn a profit, but your delivery fees impact how likely your customers are to buy from you.

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Topics: Shipping & Fulfilment

Amazon Seller Fees: The Cost Of Selling On Amazon

Nat Libby | May 4, 2018 | Comments

When it comes to selling on Amazon, one of the first things you’ll want to find out is how much you’re being charged to use the platform.

Working out your Amazon seller fees is fundamental to the success and growth of your business on the marketplace. 

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Topics: Amazon, Selling on Amazon, eCommerce

eBay Advertising: How To Use Promoted Listings

Nat Libby | April 25, 2018 | Comments

Standing out on eBay can be tough.

A popular marketplace for shoppers and sellers alike, getting your products seen and sold on eBay is becoming increasingly challenging for every online seller. Understanding how to advertise on eBay is therefore key to growing your online business on the marketplace.

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Topics: eBay

How To Reduce Stock Levels And Avoid Stock Outs

Nat Libby | February 2, 2017 | Comments

Maintaining optimum inventory levels for your online retail business is often easier said than done. Customer demand can be sporadic and unpredictable at the best of times.

Stock too much and you risk increasing your costs, but stock too little and you risk running out of a product entirely. Striking the perfect balance is by no means an easy feat. 

Below, we share how to reduce stock levels and avoid stock outs so that you can continue to manage your inventory and grow your business.

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Topics: Inventory Management