Mike Fox, a startup e-commerce entrepreneur had big dreams of creating a premium athleticwear brand for men that is both durable and functional. With a background in design and a passion for fashion, he set out to create high-quality products to launch his first collection for Club 05. However, Mike quickly realized the amount of time, money, effort, and overall energy required to source product successfully.
If you're hoping to have a successful e-commerce business today, having access to quality products with great margins is key. However, it's easy to feel overwhelmed with the endless possibilities for many startup (and established) retailers today.
SO, HOW DO YOU SORT THROUGH THE OPTIONS AND KNOW WHAT ACTUALLY WORKS?
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E-commerce is a buzzword these days. More and more people are looking to sell products online, so for a new e-commerce entrepreneur, it can be easy to feel as if every strategy has already been taken.
But there are still many opportunities to find success when selling products online.
So, how can you get "in on the action?" We believe the saying, “Work smarter, not harder” applies perfectly here, so with that in mind, we’ve put together 7 tips to help you find great products on Doba. Use these tips to sort through our catalog and successfully identify the products that will help you find greater success.
Anyone can start an online business. Without exaggeration, anyone with a desire to start an online business and an internet capable device has everything they need to start an e-commerce store in 2018. Maybe that’s the allure so many people find in the idea. It’s easy. It’s quick. It’s practically free. It’s also doomed to fail if you don’t find the right products to sell. That’s exactly why we decided to create this article, to help identify the types of products that will actually sell, not to just have in your store.
Facebook’s leading presence in social media has been fueled by continued user experience innovations. Delivering social media content in mesmerizing fashion has been a key success factor for the web giant. With nearly 2 billion active Facebook members each month viewing content from family, friends, and the global community, it is only natural that Facebook has also innovated in the field of advertising.
If you’re one of the millions of individuals who orders products online, you are part of a revolution. Total e-commerce sales will reach $684 billion in 2020, and the two titans of retail, Amazon.com and Walmart.com, are competing for market share in a big way. But it’s a more complicated story than you might imagine. Each platform offers third-party sellers the chance to reach consumers, and though the online e-commerce playing field is currently far from level, Walmart.com is catching up. Amazon is saturated with third-party sellers in their marketplace, while Walmart.com potentially presents a big untapped opportunity for sellers.
With ecommerce sales forecasted to rise over the next few years, Amazon.com is looking to increase its dominance while Walmart prepares to take a bite out of Amazon's marketshare. How do the two retail giants compare in the online marketplace space?
Leverage third-party niche marketplaces with the best strategies for success
As an established eCommerce retailer, are you happy with where your business is at? The answer for many, if not all, is probably no and for good reason. To grow your brand, successful companies are always looking for new opportunities to expand their sales and diversify their marketplace.
While you investigate additional opportunities to grow your eCommerce marketing strategy, one option to consider is third-party niche marketplaces. Branching out to third-party marketplaces such as Walmart.com, Jet.com, eBay, and Etsy can be a great opportunity to further build your business and grow your brand. All you need is the right strategy to increase ROI and grow your customer base.
Here is what you need to know to increase sales and find the best potential opportunities for eCommerce growth.
How to Avoid the Critical Pitfalls & Thrive in the Amazon Marketplace
If you’re an ecommerce retailer, market forces practically demand that you sell on Amazon. After all, nearly half of web shoppers go there directly for every product search. Amazon accounted for 43% of all ecommerce sales in the United States in 2016. But it’s not all rainbows and sunshine for retailers looking to profit from Amazon’s unprecedented influence in the retail universe. Amazon has changed some of its direct selling techniques, to the detriment of many sellers who operate on the Amazon Marketplace.