BeFlubit: Turn your website into a marketplace

By Chris Dawson May 7, 2015 - 8:50 am

BeFlubitFlubit have just launched BeFlubit, a service which enables you to list and sell discounted, branded products natively on your site from thousands of reputable UK merchants.

BeFLubit allows you to choose from a wide range of product categories to suit your customers. Rather than a customer finding that you don’t have a particular product in stock, your website can now become a mini-marketplace instead of losing a customer who goes off to Amazon or eBay to make their purchase.

Gary Dalton, Head of Partnership for Flubit believes this could be a game changer for eCommerce in the UK “If you want to monetise your website or App, have a loyal online audience that would buy from you or you want to sell more products to your users at great prices then BeFlubit now gives you the chance to do just that. We have thousands of UK suppliers, millions of products, and all of this opportunity can be accessed through one simple integration into your site”.

With BeFlubit, the products will be displayed natively on your site, users will buy from you but one of Flubit’s merchants will deliver the goods to your customers, plus they can handle all the customer service too. If you want to sell fitness equipment on your workout app you can, if you want to sell computer games on your review site, WeFlubit have 500,000 games for you – and all from one integration.

Don’t forget you can also submit your products to WeFlubit and as well as being available on Flubit they could also be appearing on other websites when companies use the new BeFlubit service.

  • Howard
    2 years ago

    Ok, this is pretty cool – i can see where they’re going with this. Should be very good for their merchants i guess.

  • Alicja
    2 years ago

    Thanks Howard! We think so too :)

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