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By Chris Dawson June 18, 2018 - 2:00 pm

15 European marketplaces you should know about

One of the most effective ways of growing your ecommerce enterprise is to start selling internationally. The easiest way to begin to get your products in front of international customers is to start selling into an existing marketplace. There is so much more to the

Amazon Basics: 25 Things every seller needs to know

Amazon represents a huge commercial opportunity for both experienced online sellers and fledgling web retailers alike. But there’s plenty to learn. And, needless to say, it’s a dynamic ever-changing marketplace so you need to keep up with the competitive market. In our Amazon Basics: 25 Things

Delivering Customer Satisfaction:
5 shipping and delivery KPIs

Customers are extremely demanding when it comes to fulfilment, they require fast and efficient delivery, tracking numbers so they can see you are meeting expectations and will provide feedback on every aspect of the fulfilment service. And so, for an online seller, fulfilling your orders

Harnessing volatility: maximising profitability on international ecommerce sales

There are many benefits for marketplace retailers to take the opportunity to start selling overseas, including opening up a greater customer base, helping tackle seasonality problems, not to mention having a potential positive impact on profitability. However it also harvests many challenges such as language

8: Legal

As an eSeller you have many rules and regulations to contend with when selling in the UK, let alone elsewhere in the world. While the Brexit vote may well yet throw up some changes to the law, this chapter looks at what you have to

7: Retain and Expand

Now you have set up an ecommerce site and began promotion, you need to retain a cabal of loyal customers in order for your business to grow. In the seventh section of the DIY eCommerce Guide, Retain and Expand: Learn how to convert browsers into sales

6: Convert

What are the top-selling ecommerce sites doing to convert browsers into customers? We've looked to some of them for inspiration, including Argos, Tesco, Apple, Marks and Spencer, and Next. In the sixth section of the DIY eCommerce Guide, Convert: Some of the very simple ways to

5: Deliver

Delivering the goods that consumers want to buy from you is, naturally, a crucial step in the process of running an online retail business - but involves more than just putting orders in boxes. Make sure you're running an efficient and well-liked operation with an

4: Promote

Once you have set up any kind of ecommerce business, you need to know how to promote it: customers are unlikely to just find it. Make sure you're reaching the right customers, in the right places, and at the right time to improve your audience