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Join Frooition and BigCommerce in Manchester on November 18, 2021

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Frooition and BigCommerce will be exhibiting and speaking at The Great British Expo’s North West Expo event at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester on November 18, 2021. The Frooition team will be joined on their event stand by representatives from BigCommerce and are looking forward to meeting retailers and other business owners to discuss their eCommerce challenges and optimisation strategies. Frooition’s head of marketing, John W. Hayes, will open the event at 10.30 am when he will share insight into optimising and growing your business on eBay and Amazon before launching your own eCommerce store on the BigCommerce platform. Speaking about the event, Hayes said: “It’s exciting to be getting out in the real world again and talking with online… Read more »

Growing Your Business on eBay and Amazon Before Going BIG

Grow Your Business on BigCommerce

Starting a business on eBay or Amazon can be a straightforward process. You have stock, you list it, you sell it, and then it’s just a question of rinse and repeat. However, growing your business on eBay or Amazon is a much more complicated affair. As your business grows, you may experience growing pains. With increased warehouse space, additional staff picking and packing and managing your customer services and support, and ever-larger quantities of stock on order and in transit, those margins that once looked manageable when you were small suddenly start looking wafer-thin. Business growing pains It’s inevitable, as your turnover increases, so do your costs. Unfortunately, as a result of this rather inconvenient equation, there are a lot… Read more »

Why you should have your Brand on Amazon as well as eBay?

Why sell on Amazon

Once considered an auction house for bedroom sellers, eBay is now a reliable multi-channel marketplace that allows blue-chip sellers to offer their branded products to a huge audience. Adding to Amazon’s marketplace lets you increase the level of exposure your products get and reach a much bigger audience. There are many differences between the two platforms when it comes to selling, there are some real benefits when it comes to expanding. Why should you start selling on Amazon? To expand your reach: In 2020, between 350 to 450 million buyers visited Amazon.co.uk every month. And this amounts to double the number of global active users on eBay. It’s where most of your customers start their search: 63% of shoppers start… Read more »

What To Sell On Amazon – 7 Signs Of A High Profit Product

What to sell on Amazon

Are you trying to decide what to sell on Amazon? With more than 3 billion products listed on Amazon worldwide, chances are that whatever you are thinking of selling, it’s already being sold on Amazon. There’s still plenty of opportunity to make impressive profits selling products on Amazon, but it’s critical you’re able to offer unique, budget-friendly products with minimal competition to truly succeed on the site. The best profits are made by sellers who build an inventory of items with high demand and good profits. FBA has taken the logistical headache out of selling, but selecting desirable products that will market and sell well is still the responsibility of the seller. We are going to explain how to find these high demand,… Read more »

An Introduction To Selling With Amazon FBA

What is Amazon FBA?   FBA means fulfilled by Amazon. With the Amazon FBA program, you choose what you want to sell, send it to Amazon, and they do the rest for you. It’s a model that is growing in popularity. Because Amazon FBA makes it easier for you to build your business without having to worry about the logistics of warehouses, packaging materials, couriers and so on. With private labelling, you also have the opportunity to build your own brand, increasing the value of your business.   In this picture we can see that “Hyatt’s All Things Creative” is selling this fluid acrylic paint set on Amazon. They are also using the fulfilled by Amazon programme. When a third party seller sells… Read more »

Everything Online Brands Should Know About Amazon Prime

Amazon Prime Delivery

Amazon Prime has truly revolutionized the concept and expectation of shipping. Years ago “fast shipping” would have been considered a week or so. Now, thanks to Amazon Prime, consumers expect fast shipping to take just a couple of days. If consumers don’t see fast, free, or low-cost shipping, many of them will actually drop the items that they have in their cart. One report by a shipping and fulfilment software platform provider states that 54% of shoppers abandon their cart due to shipping, and 39% due to no free shipping options. Those numbers may be alarming to retailers that can’t afford to offer good shipping options. Before you start freaking out, remember—you can always offer free 2-day shipping with the… Read more »