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If you want to join 25 million eBay sellers and stand out, then we’ve got just the tips for you. eBay generates billions of revenue in sales and is the second leading marketplace in the US; making it a popular platform for eCommerce sellers looking to increase sales through additional selling channels.
If you’re ready to grow your business with cross-border eCommerce, then this post is for you. Having a clear strategy for preparing your eCommerce business for international shipping is vital to ensuring smooth integration.
With the rise of eCommerce and omni-stores, more and more big brands are creating a hybrid online store that includes self-fulfillment and dropshipping. With the help of platforms such as Mirakl, brands like Best Buy are able to incorporate dropshipping into their online side of the business. The biggest benefits of this kind of hybrid model are that it:
If you have reached a plateau in your eCommerce sales, it could be the time to scale up and add another marketplace to your platform portfolio. Expanding to new marketplaces exposes your products to brand new target audiences and will dramatically increase your profits. According to a BigCommerce study, 48% of product searches done online start on marketplaces like eBay and Amazon. It’s no surprise when Amazon’s share of online shopping, as a whole, is somewhere around 37%.
Multi-channel selling has many advantages: providing you with more customer pools to convert to, enabling you to diversify your product lists, giving you access to valuable consumer data that can grow your business, and ultimately increasing your revenue.
Dropshipping has become a very popular eCommerce fulfillment strategy. Why? Because it alleviates the risk of having to pay for and hold products until they sell, enabling you to concentrate on marketing your store rather than fulfillment logistics.Overall meaning you lower running and operating costs. But dropshipping is not without its own frustrations. The biggest of these challenges, which most dropshippers face today is to manage multiple dropship suppliers. Having multiple suppliers means coordinating inventory and order data logistics to ensure that you and your online store are always in-line with your supplies.
Catalog management is something that should be taken very seriously. If you cannot manage the...