Category: Online Inventory Management

What is Kitting and Bundling? Product kitting simply refers to having multiple products in one listing. It is the process of pairing complementary and compatible items for sale as a single unit. Kits are generally assigned a unique SKU in order to differentiate the assembled kit from its individual components, and to allow the kit to be inventoried and tracked as a single unit. Bundles (for example, a video game […]

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This article is the third in a series designed to help eCommerce sellers navigate one of the most important decisions in the business cycle – finding reliable suppliers and vendors for your eCommerce business. The first article can be found here and the second article is available here. Below are the most common technical considerations to keep in mind If you’ll be selling through an online marketplace. What type of data […]

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Amazon Amazon is the largest online retailer in the US and has been so for some time.  With  nearly 20 years of experience, they are experts in ecommerce on a mission to sell anything and everything. 128 million average Unique Monthly Visitors in the US.  Amazon.com and other sellers offer millions of unique new, refurbished, and used items. Categories include: books, movies, music & games, digital downloads, electronics & computers, home […]

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This article is the first in a series designed to help eCommerce sellers navigate one of the most important decisions in the business cycle – finding reliable suppliers and vendors of inventory for Amazon, eBay, and your own eCommerce business. The second article on business issues to consider can be found here and the third article on technical criteria can be found here. Competition in eCommerce has never been fiercer.  […]

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Congratulations, you’ve done it. You’ve created your online store. The only problem is you can’t be found on Google and you’ve had 4 visitors in the past month. Having an independent online store is a dream for many, but it can be difficult to get noticed. That’s why many online retailers choose to also sell on the marketplaces. Although it means relinquishing some control and some of your profit margin, […]

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Selling on multiple marketplaces such as Amazon, Walmart and eBay, has become the holy grail for many online retailers.  It’s no surprise why, as expanding to multiple marketplaces enables online merchants to reach new audiences, increase the visibility of their products, and ultimately increase sales.  However, selling on more than one online sales channel poses unique challenges that if not dealt with correctly, can affect sellers’ bottom line. One of […]

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