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Amazon has a current market cap of $390 billion. That’s more than the combined total of the top eight traditional brick-and-mortar retailers that includes Best Buy, Macy’s, Target, JCPenny, Nordstrom, Walmart, Kohl’s, and Sears.
As these traditional retailers seemingly struggle, Amazon continues to report its growth. It’s not a surprise then that retailers are flocking to the Seattle-based marketplace to sell their own items. Merchants are after a small piece of a big pie.
However, just selling on Amazon doesn’t equal success. Selling on Amazon is competitive. This article gives you our top five mistakes that you could be making on Amazon and hurting your sales. (more…)
90% of U.S. and U.K. independent retailers sell through online marketplace sites. There’s a good reason why so many retailers use sites like Amazon, eBay, Sears, Newegg, etc. They are an easy way for retailers to get their products in front of millions of potential customers.
However, is selling on marketplaces a guaranteed way to grow your sales?
Online marketplace sites have their own unique challenges that can put a retailer’s business at risk. This article uncovers some of those risks that you might experience. Knowing these challenges upfront can help you decide if selling on online marketplace is right for your business. (more…)
Amazon is kind of omnipresent. (Actually one of the articles below gets into that.) But, this week they were a little more present in the online news/blogosphere cycle. That’s what we’re sharing this week.
eCommerce sellers should always be looking for ways to expand their your business. How can you expose more of your products to more potential customers?
You best opportunity for growth could be selling on online marketplaces.
Online marketplaces such as Amazon, eBay, TMall, and Rakuten, provide eCommerce sellers access to new, large audiences to introduce products to. In this article, we’ll show sellers why selling on online marketplaces provides an opportunity for growth. (more…)
eCommerce marketplaces, like eBay and Amazon, are often the first places a merchant looks for growth opportunities. And, yes, unless you are in some very specific niche industry, it’s likely that eBay and Amazon are your best eCommerce marketplaces to place to start with.
But, they are far from the only ones out there. Among the bevy of smaller (but still quite large) eCommerce marketplaces lies Sears–yes, that Sears.
In this post I’ll make a case for why you should sell on Sears Marketplace to expand your eCommerce business.