Start selling with Flubit ready for Xmas adverts

By Chris Dawson August 16, 2015 - 7:33 pm

FlubitFlubit is a private marketplace with a difference who we’ve written about several times in the past. They’ve been growing and adding new partnerships (including Barclaycard bespoke offers), which is starting to make them a very attractive proposition and one that’s worth revisiting.

Instead of listing products, Flubit asks online shoppers to copy and paste the URL for the product they want to buy. Then Flubit creates a better, private offer for the user on behalf of one of its sellers.

This personalised shopping experience allows retailers to sell directly to shoppers who are most likely to buy. And because Flubit does not charge a fixed final-value fee, sellers can send Flubit their most competitive prices.

Growth and Christmas advertising campaign

Over the last 3 years Flubit have seen strong organic growth with hundreds of thousands of customers of their own and the ability to reach millions more UK shoppers through their partnership with Barclaycard’s bespoke offers, which has been delivering significant additional volumes of orders for Flubit’s merchants every month.

With plans for a major advertising campaign ahead of Christmas Flubit is looking to significantly ramp up new user acquisition and deliver an even bigger increase in orders to it’s online sellers.

User and order growth

A few months ago BeFlubit was launched – a platform for partners that opens up their technology and product inventory to give website owners the ability to monetise content and earn incremental revenue. The BeFlubit technology allows anyone with an online presence instant access to over 20 million discounted products across multiple categories.

New integration partners

Getting setting up on Flubit is fast and easy and can be done through a number of new integration partners including Volo Commerce, ChannelAdvisor, Linnworks, Shopify, Open Cart and many more.

You can find out more about selling on Flubit on their website.

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