eCommerce growth is set to continue in 2020 with global online sales expected to increase by nearly 19%, meaning $4.2 trillion of online sales will be made around the world next year! Let’s take a look at what online sellers need to stay on top of this vast market in 2020.
Using Amazon feedback requests is a great way for online sellers to grow their positive reviews and ratings in a fiercely competitive environment, but has Amazon changed its policies on how you can send feedback request messages?
sellers of every size are gearing up for the holiday season. As a Christmas gift to online sellers, we’ve pulled together festive information on everything from the Amazon holiday return policy to the best products to sell on eBay.
Last year, Amazon announced that Cyber Monday was the biggest day in the marketplace’s shopping history, beating Black Friday to top spot. Let’s explore the rise of Cyber Monday along with some advice to help you to make the most of this year’s shopping event.
US shoppers aren’t getting tired of Black Friday weekend, but savvy online sellers should look beyond this traditional Black Friday market. Global interest in Black Friday has risen year on year with 117% average growth over the past five years. That’s plenty of potential customers and money to be made!
Customer expectations have been steadily rising over the past two decades in line with the growth of online retailing. Advancements in eCommerce have created a ‘want it now’ environment and if online retailers cannot meet these expectations, they won’t be able to keep up with their competitors from around the globe.
Alibaba and AliExpress are cornering a huge slice of the online B2B and B2C retail markets – but who are they for, how do they work and which platform is best for dropshippers looking for great deals?
Pricing products competitively on Amazon is important, but it’s also vital to factor in Amazon’s fees to ensure you make a profit. Make sure you’re fully aware of what it’s going to cost to sell on Amazon with our guide to Amazon seller fees.
For many eCommerce businesses, expanding internationally presents the ultimate goal for continued growth. With over a quarter of the people around the world now shopping online there is a huge opportunity for online retailers to grow their business and add millions of potential new customers.