Tips & Tricks of Selling on Amazon, eBay and Other Channels. JOIN THE WEBINAR

April 13, 2020

What are the main challenges when selling across different channels? How well you know eBay, Amazon & Walmart to compete and to win?

 

eCommerce is becoming increasingly competitive. In other words, we’re entering the new age when you need multichannel for eCommerce businesses to stay ahead of your competition.

 

And we’re very happy to partner with M2E Pro – the only Magento platform-native solution that fully integrates the Magento backend with eBay, Amazon & Walmart marketplaces.

 

M2E Pro seems to be the best possible solution which helps to integrate your Magento 2 Store with Amazon and/or eBay with its amazing features and wide range of configurations options as per your business nature. Selling on Amazon, eBay – made easy!

 

 

🏆  M2E team:

  • the Magento technology partner;
  • eBay Certified provider;
  • Amazon Developer Council member;
  • Walmart strategic collaborator!

 

 

M2E Pro is used by thousands of businesses across the globe and by some of the UK’s largest retailers.

 

Quick facts:

  • Over 10k customers with 900 million active listings;
  • 17K Amazon accounts;
  • 42K eBay accounts;
  • M2E is an extension for Magento which has been downloaded over 50,000 times via Magento connect.

 

Your business definitely can grow and reach new heights with the help of this company. So how exactly can your growing business benefit from using their services?

 

Want to learn more about selling on Amazon and Ebay? Join the Webinar!

We highly recommend starting with M2EPro integration with your Magento store.

But before that, we would love to invite you to join an exclusive webinar with M2E Pro CEO to get to know more about multi-channel selling and how good software will allow you to focus on your business while it manages inventory details of your multi-channel sales behind the scenes. 

 

Webinar details:

 

 

 

 

Our speaker: 

Alex Podopryhora, Director at M2E Pro
Alex combines an extensive IT background with years of investment banking experience and has worked on a number of successful start-ups across Europe. At M2E, Alex is responsible for developing the strategy to create and accelerate growth and deliver exceptional value to all M2E Pro customers worldwide. Alex holds an MSc in Database Systems from Westminster University along with an Executive MBA from London Business School.

 

 

Topics in the Webinar:

  • What are the main challenges when selling across different channels?
  • Who are the main players and how to maintain various selling strategies?
  • How well you know eBay, Amazon & Walmart to compete and to win?


The bottom line is: “Successful online business must aim at exposing products to as many channels as possible.”

 

 

Join us! We would love to have you participate!

 

 

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Why You Need a Multichannel eCommerce Strategy

Modern consumers nowadays are shopping in more locations than ever.

 

According to the BigCommerce survey of American shoppers:

  • 74% shopped at large retailers.
  • 54% shopped at eCommerce marketplaces.
  • 44% shopped at web stores.
  • 36% shopped at category-specific online retailers.

 

Therefore, while you’re writing or rewriting your business strategy, consider a multi-channel approach for your eCommerce business.

 

Above all, multichannel retailing helps ensure you reach your audience.  In other words, multichannel eCommerce allows online store owners to broaden your market by reaching wider audiences of potential shoppers. Moreover, it helps to boost sales streams and gives you the ability to diversify your product offerings.  

 

 

Whether your sales are skyrocketing or remaining stagnant, adding another channel can give you the exposure you need to reach your customers, because selling on multiple channels allows you to reach entirely new markets and shopper groups.

 

 

Types of Sales Channels

 

Consumers today have become multi-channel shoppers. And, there is a variety of types of sales channels.


Among them:

  • Your website and shopping cart
  • Social media channels (Facebook, Instagram)
  • Marketplaces (Amazon, eBay, Etsy, Alibaba, Jet, Rakuten, Craigslist …)
  • Comparison shopping engines.

 

Some channels work better for different stages of the buyer’s journey. Let’s look at the three top-selling channels for eCommerce you should be using to boost your sales.

 

 

Top 3 Selling Channels for eCommerce: 

 

1: Online Store Website

Launching your own store enables you to build a stronger brand which in turn makes you more trustworthy. Additionally, you can connect directly with your customers, you have more control over your sales and own store helps you build customer loyalty.

 

2: Selling on Amazon

Amazon is a powerhouse of which over 40% of its platform sales are allocated to third-party sellers.  If you’re not selling on Amazon, you’re missing out big time on a wide group of potential shoppers.

For those of you who have your own store and are looking to add a selling channel, Amazon should definitely be your point of call.

 

3: Selling on eBay

eBay is well established as a popular channel making billions in yearly revenue. eBay is ideal for sellers with competitively priced products and can be a lucrative channel addition when growing your product reach.

 

To sum up, diversifying is crucial for revenue growth, since you expand your reach and protect yourself from relying on a single marketplace.

 

Unfortunately, creating a brand presence across multiple channels requires additional work and more investment. Trying to do this manually will take huge amounts of manpower and time. Instead, you can use multi-channel software to automate and streamline listings across marketplaces, allowing you to stay in control.

 

In short, a good software will allow you to focus on your business while it manages inventory details of your multi-channel sales behind the scenes.

 

Want to learn more?

Let us prove our skills and provide you video review for your ecommerce site. Feel free to schedule meeting with our team.
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