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The Tamebay Ecommerce Papers

By Chris Dawson February 1, 2019 - 9:00 am

Download ButtonOver the course of the last year, Tamebay have compiled a series of papers delving into all aspects of ecommerce from the very latest technologies including Virtual Assistants and Artificial Intelligence to search, delivery, regulation and International Selling. Today the Tamebay Ecommerce Papers are available to download for the first time comprising the full collection of individual indepth papers as a free resource for all marketplace merchants.

Ecommerce is becoming ever more challenging with more domestic sellers, more competition from marketplaces with their own white label products and an ever-growing army of Chinese sellers marketing to Western consumers. With increasing competition getting the basics right is more important than ever which is why we’ve included information that will appeal equally to start ups as to more established businesses.

The Tamebay Ecommerce Papers traces marketplaces back to the birth of eBay and Amazon in the 1990s all the way through to the modern day, discussing everything from search tips to packaging, fulfilment and delivery.

Whether you are a brand-new seller looking for tips on product sourcing, or a more experienced online merchant and looking for marketplace fulfilment information or to be updated on the latest payments and mobile technologies, The Tamebay Ecommerce Papers is the ideal start point.

The Tamebay Ecommerce Papers Chapters

Split into 13 chapters whilst the subject matter is serious, the Tamebay Ecommerce Papers are a highly engaging read. Download your copy today.

  • Virtual Assistants
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Marketplace Fulfilment
  • Marketplaces
  • Mobile
  • International Selling
  • Search
  • Packaging
  • Regulation
  • Payments
  • Delivery
  • Warehouse Management
  • Product Sourcing

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