We sat down with ecommerce expert and CEO of American Outlets, Gil Elias, to talk about global exporting, localization, and more. Check out what he had to say!
The holiday season is upon us. If you haven’t started planning, then it’s about time that you do – and if you’ve already started preparing, it’s time to ramp that up too.
It’s common for sellers to experiment with pricing, imagery, copy, and many other elements. However, there’s one component of selling on Amazon that you absolutely cannot risk with an experimental approach: Fulfillment.
One essential element that far too many companies don’t focus on enough is shipping. Take the time to implement these tips and you can look forward to better results selling on Amazon.
Shipping is a sore subject for many online shoppers. To put it into perspective, 66% of online shoppers have decided not to buy an item because of online shipping costs. One way to avoid this scenario when it comes to your online store is to be upfront about shipping costs from the start. Google has a list of requirements and guidelines that you’ll want to follow to ensure your setting up your shipping as accurately as possible.