This has been asked several times before, but times change and competitors come and go. Just in case anyone feels differently now compared to the last time it was asked, what has been your best experience for running a stand alone eCommerce website that also integrates with Instagram shopping? Thanks.
I don’t know if you guys have heard of him, but he has a reverse dropshipping course out there, that’s how he’s called it, I heard it’s pretty much reselling ebooks and digital stuff and using ads on FB old stuff though, there’s more than few negative comments about his course as it’s very very vague and basic. On his Instagram stories lately he’s been posting how he’s selling high ticket products on some different e-commerce platforms, has anyone in here tried this other program? That has an honest insight? Or knows anything about it?
Hello, I am no expert by any means I only have did a little above 450k revenue with my shopify store in total. So I am no expert but I know enough of what it takes to get the ball rolling and all the obstacles you will go through at scale. Getting shipping times down everything in the book you could think of. I have a Facebook group and a discord group. I'm not doing any of this for money or anything. Just always want to build a community.
You can join by these links here ⬇️
If you were ever wondering what to do with all your photos that are too dark, whatever, etc. There’s online bulk photo editing options online, I know you can do it in photoshop but I don’t have the software.
I googled it and found a free site that brightened all my photos all at once I ended up saving like 2 hours of editing time (I always have to increase the brightness in my photos!)
I recommend googling free online bulk photo editor and seeing what you find. There’s multitudes so I can’t recommend just one.
I hope it saves someone else some time too!
I've seen a couple of sites that have done this and I'm curious what everyone else thinks about it.
The way it works seems pretty simple, if someone purchases something not covered by the return policy, they'll also see the option to purchase something like travel protection but for their purchase. It usually comes out to a few bucks, and this way, they can still get a refund if they want it.
Does anybody know how much return policies actually affect buying decisions?
Hey guys, I've been saving up for buying a good course about e-commerce. I know there are a lot of different ways of making money with e-commerce, I'm mainly looking into dropshipping (IDK if it's still profitable or not), but you can tell me your personal experiences here.
From coin shortages and curbside operations to contactless transactions, how consumers pay for their purchases has been completely transformed during the pandemic. Marketers expect that transformation to continue and expand. It is not just family staples that are seeing a jump in consumer digital payment options. The retail and gaming sectors are also leading the digital charge.
My items are standardized enough to feature an SKU, however, often customers want slight changes, a specific shipping date (won't be in town for a month), and we operate with a fixed lead time of several weeks.
Think high value, very low volume, and somewhat opinionated customers.
Etsy seems to handle everything well because it manages the lead time, customer notes, SKUs of items, etc. The fees suck and that's why I push my website–but the system works decently for my needs so we do everything to keep it running smoothly.
However, we sell on WooCommerce, Amazon Handmade, and Etsy–so we're stuck constantly updating a spreadsheet.
I tried SellBright but there's no ability to manage customer notes.
Shippo at least provides a consolidated list and works very well for printing labels–but that's all it does.
We've recently changed from USPS to UPS and I see there's a "UPS Marketplace shipping" section. I am almost tempted to see what UPS came up with but suspect it sucks and won't even surpass Shippo for what it can do.
Speaking of shipping–UPS account managers aren't good for much or am I mistaken?