Bonanza is a US based marketplace and ecommerce provider that merchants can use as a marketplace or a shopfront.
Introducing the Bonanza Webstore service
If you’re selling online then you’ll likely be familiar with US marketplace Bonanza. And currently they want sellers to consider their Bonanza Webstore option too.
And now they are talking up the reasons to open up a Bonanza Webstore. There are, for instance, no selling fees and you get free listings and utter freedom to build your own online brand.
They have more though. It’s hard generating your own traffic to your own storefront and while advertising campaigns are very effective, they can be time-consuming to create and manage.
Because of these potential road blocks to seller success, Bonanza have been working hard to build new features that make advertising your products possible with just a few clicks. That’s where the Webstore Broadcaster comes in.
The Webstore Broadcaster allows you to publish your Webstore listings on Google Shopping without an in-depth understanding of the complexities of Google’s advertising platform. From account management to advertising optimization, Bonanza say they they offer “our deep well of ecommerce conversion data (collected from the millions of Bonanza sales made via Google Shopping) to create and manage top-quality product feeds on your behalf, getting you the most bang for your buck.”
There are numerous webstore offerings on the market right now. So it would be fantastic to learn about how many Tamebay readers are plugged into Bonanza. Does the broadcaster service convert for you?
This video will tell you more:
Bonanza is free because it’s small peas compared to eBay & Amazon. And if they ever somehow become as significant as eBay they would start charging the same as eBay.
Not only is Bonanza USA based but they are dwarfed by eBay
Bonanza – 138,000 CDs
eBay – 5,266,133 CDs
They have had years to compete but seem happy to stay small. OK if you have the time to waste but hardly worth the effort.
They offered virtually no help when I asked them to import my eBay listings.
We desperately need an eBay challenger but it sure ain’t gonna be Bonanza folks.