I have been selling products on eBay and making money at it. I would like to upload more of our inventory to eBay but it is very time consuming to upload one at a time and then even more so to keep it updated. If I sell something on eBay but I am actually sold out, I have to cancel the order and that sometimes results in negative feedback and eBay lowers my DSR. Does that sound like you?
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UMP – http://uploadmyproducts.com is a SaaS service that pulls inventory data from your ecommerce platform and pushes it to multiple marketplaces. UMP previously had successfully implemented Push or uploads to eBay, Amazon, Google Shopping and Shopping.com. It can now upload to Walmart.com also helping merchants give even more exposure to their products.
When you are starting out you quite often don’t have money to pay for marketing, advertising, SEO, Social Media Marketing etc. So how do you promote your business when you don’t have the money? This article is for you…
Selling on marketplaces is challenging. Most have adopted an adversarial relationship with merchants and try to exploit merchants in order to get a more favorable reputation with buyers (customers).
Ebay is perhaps the most abusive of them all.
Coming to grips with ecommerce is a step by step process. New merchants start with the basics and as their understanding improves, they start spreading their wings. This article helps you understand the maturation process of ecommerce…
Shipping cost matters. If your shipping cost is high, your total cost to the customer will be high and make you less competitive. So a lower shipping cost matters to your sales. Which one will be better for you, UPS, FedEx or USPS? Find out …
Do you sell on eBay? Good. Do you list products yourself? Should I hire somebody for listing products on eBay. Yes. Full time or part time? Depends on the volume of work.
You cannot compete on price against a competitor who has deeper pockets. You also cannot compete against a person/company who also happens to be your supplier or the manufacturer. His cost will always be less than yours.