Businesses have embraced the eCommerce revolution and most businesses now have some form of eCommerce website. However many business fail to fully take advantage of the range of sales channels which exist on the web.
This can include eBay, Amazon and Affiliate marketing. Many of these channels when exploited can see significant sales increases. We have seen clients reach markets and generated sales of over £1m within the first year.
We have over 10 years experience of developing new start eCommerce businesses in both retail and commercial environments. We started as a eCommerce business so have a complete understanding of what businesses need. As a business we were borne out of the lack of support in these areas.
Our objectives are variable and our strategy simple, we aim to make your website become the true Sales Person it should be. Working together with our search team, we research and analyse your business and potential online market. We then implement our proven method of developing successful eCommerce businesses.
Our strategy includes looking at alternative markets:
Often over looked by businesses as it has been classed as a lesser sales opportunity. However, eBay is a changing market and many large retail chains are now embracing the true potential of this highly lucrative market.
Most businesses have never considered this Global market. This unique sales platform is attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors per day and are classed as the number 1 e-tailer.
These opportunities are generally ignored as people cannot fully understand the processes and methodology of these channels.
If you, like many other businesses are feeling the pinch in the current economic climate, and are considering how you can maximise your web opportunities, please contact us and we will be happy to assist you to develop your opportunities.
Our experiences have allowed us to fully appreciate the concerns a business has when looking to expand on to the web. Operational support form part of our remit and we are able to offer solutions and guidance of how these areas may be addressed.