For online retail start-ups, one of the earliest considerations for entrepreneurs is to figure out what to sell. Here are some infographics to help point you in the right direction.
All Getting Started
So far there has been a distinct lack of training for online retail entrants in this country, but eBay’s new partnership with DDLS may change all of that.
If you’ve ever considered starting your own business, online or otherwise, start by considering a virtual marketplace, writes Tim Davies.
To deliver a high quality service experience across all customer touch-points and allow easy internal communications, it’s important to utilise the right tools for the job, writes Rod Bland.
To truly build a brand online, retailers will at some point need to consider creating a dedicated e-commerce channel with a dedicated platform, writes Nathan Huppatz.
You can’t be an online retailer in Australia (or around the world) and ignore comparison shopping engines and other virtual marketplaces, writes Nathan Huppatz.
While retailers may no longer need bricks and mortar outlets in order to sell product, there is a lot that in-store offerings can teach online retailers.
In this series, Nathan Huppatz describes concepts, technologies and techniques for publishing and distributing content online. First up: an overview-in-brief of content management systems.
What does it cost to start a business on eBay? Tim Davies discusses the ins and outs of setting up a sales channel in the virtual marketplace.
Not every online retail business can afford to invest large amounts into SEO. Instead, ensure staff understand the basics and how their roles contribute.