Should you be offering free shipping? It may well attract more buyers and improve your eBay ranking but don’t forget, it will also affect your profits. Find out important considerations to take before taking the plunge to free shipping
What is actually a niche? It's a common catchphrase inside the community but how do you really find it and start making some serious profit? In this blog post, Amanda shows you how to find your own profitable niche in the market where you can sell without too much competition!
Inspired by a recent community discussion about Amazon, Amanda shares with us Top 5 selling venues online sellers should seriously consider to avoid the disaster of putting all your eggs in one dangerous basket!
SEO is not always a daunting process, just check out these 8 Quick SEO wins you can instantly apply on your ecommerce site. More importantly, this doesn't involve any costs and can be easily done on your own!
Selling online sounds like a dream but these roadblocks can scare potential successful sellers in going ahead with their venture. Alice lists down 3 most common ecommerce pitfalls and how you can overcome them
Have you prepared for Christmas 2012 yet? 'Tis the time for us online retailers to rub our hands together in anticipation for this year's most profitable season! Continue reading Top 5 Tips to Make Online Selling Profitable this season.
Product research is one the best keys to your online selling success, luckily there are free tools and techniques that can help you discover what buyers want and allow you to sell them at the right prices! Continue reading to discover 5 ways to spot hot markets.
eBay have recently posted some impressive Q1 2012 results. With an overall increase in revenue of 29% compared to this time last year and an expected net revenue for 2012 of between $13.8 billion and $14.1 billion - they are certainly sitting pretty. Obviously eBay shareholders will be pleased with this growth, but what does this mean for the retail community?
Since the iPhone was launched in 2007, the smartphone market has exploded. More consumers now access the Internet with their phones or other Internet connected digital devices than with traditional computers. What this means for your business is that your customer base has gone mobile.