Start Dropshipping Today with the Automated SellerBot System

Start Dropshipping Today!

The traditional E-commerce route for those looking to sell products online would usually require tens of thousands to get started and in some industries it would cost a whole lot more. You would need to buy the merchandise, store it, pack orders, post orders, and employ more people do all this when you start to succeed. But with dropshipping you can start with very little money down and  still be able to offer an almost unlimited number of products to sell! [Read more...]

How to Easily Start a Blog for your Business

Start a Business Blog

I’ve previously mentioned why a wholesale company should start a blog, so I figured I should also do a post on How to start a blog. I’ll go over the very basics of starting a blog that will have you posting in no time. If enough people ask for more details I’ll do more posts on blogging in the future, but for now, let’s get a blog started! [Read more...]

Selling Products Online

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Well, roughly two months in to my new online shopping venture and I’m discovering just how much I underestimated everything! How much it costs to offer a reasonable range of products, how many rules and regulations there are to sell knives in Australia, how much work it would take to get an ecommerce site up and going, how many distractions there are along the way, and how much there is to know about knives! My site is operational, but it still needs some tinkering and I only have a product range of just FIVE! So I need to multiply that number by about 100 and sort out the niggling bugs before I move into the next phase, which is actually selling products! [Read more...]

Starting an Ecommerce Shop Online

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For years now I have been going to start an online store but have kept putting it off and putting off, until today when I finally took my first few concrete steps! I plan to sell all things knives and blades here in Australia. I’m going to start very small and gradually expand as I learn my way around shopping carts and the knife industry. [Read more...]