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Farmdrop offers new way to food shop and seeks investment

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When I discovered that something called Farmdrop was starting up in my area I decided to give it a try. The concept is simple. Shoppers order and pay for produce from local suppliers online and then collect their purchases once a week from a local collection point. Farmdrop caught my eye because there is fundamentally […]

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Go global & comply local with Simply Vat

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Selling goods online to customers in other European countries will require compulsory VAT registration if your sales exceed certain thresholds which differ from country to country. SIMPLYVAT.com aim to help you with VAT registration in any relevant country as well as collating the required data from you and submitting it on your behalf in the […]

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ChannelUnity multichannel management software

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ChannelUnity is a well kept secret with the online community, based in Manchester UK, ChannelUnity boasts around 400 clients worldwide and despite their UK location; ChannelUnity prides themselves on their high customer service levels to all their international customers. What do ChannelUnity do? ChannelUnity are a complete multichannel management service that allow online retailers to […]

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Should you offer “Free” international shipping?

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Marek Placheta is Customer Success Team Leader at Webinterpret. Marek focuses on optimisation of the accounts and increasing their cross border sales results. Today he shares Webinterprets findings on how “Free” international shipping impacts cross border sales. Beat your competitors by free shipping Everyone knows how competitive the international e-commerce market is with multiple sellers […]

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WesternMall marketplace for sales to Nigeria

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WesternMall is a new fledgling marketplace aspiring to the world’s largest West African online marketplace. Based in Leeds, WesternMall aims to break down the trade barriers to Nigeria and make it quick, simple and safe to sell. They say that they are the first unique mobile and web accessible e commerce site in Nigeria and […]

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Zoetrope interactive 3D photography promo

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Zoetrope interactive 3D photography aims to show your product off to potential customers with the best interactive experience possible. They take 108 unique views of your product to give full 360 rotations and tilt with the ability to zoom in from any angle. When you order, Zoetrope have a courier pick up the products to […]

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Lengow integrate Spartoo marketplace

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Lengow have integrated the marketplace Spartoo into its solution, Lengow users will now be able to distribute their product catalogue on the online footwear and fashion giant’s site. Spartoo, one of Europe’s leading online footwear and fashion retailers, joins the 67 other marketplaces who are already partners of Lengow’s solution. Lengow users wishing to be […]

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Parcel2Go discounts, offers and TV advert

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Parcel2Go are investing heavily in their services this year with a shiny new website, a TV advert and a steady stream of special delivery promotions for their users. Whilst traditionally Parcel2Go has been a fantastic service for eBay sellers and other online businesses (and in fact pretty much built the market for comparison shipping sites), […]

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Dotmailer infographic examines ecommerce and email

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This infographic from Dotmailer does a good job of explaining the relationship between email and ecommerce. So why do so few ecommerce SMEs keep a mailing list and use it? Firstly, because it’s a faff and there are some unreliable providers out there. Secondly, it takes time to get results and build a worthwhile list. […]

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Scurri shipping label printing FREE 3 month trial

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It’s Monday morning and I’m guessing that one of the most time consuming jobs today for many Tamebay readers is producing their shipping labels for all the orders that came in over the weekend. Cutting and pasting names and addresses into Royal Mail or courier software is not only tedious, but it’s also where mistakes […]

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