Launching your online store should be an exciting time. Congratulations for coming this far! You have a product, a way to sell it and now just need to start making sales. Have you considered your launch and sales strategy?
Are you the type of person who loves a good sale or promotion? Or do you only buy when you need things, and not worry about waiting around for discounts? If you are retailing your own products, deciding whether or
Have you got a new product idea or several in mind, but aren’t sure if your ideas are any good? Perhaps you need to create a screening process to help decide which ideas to progress. Below, I’m going to give
Creating your own product versus selling someone else’s is often debated, especially when selling online. It’s quick and fairly simple to get set up with products from a wholesaler and start selling, especially with the simplicity of setting up online
Do you know where your product is coming from? What has gone into the materials you are using for your product? Are the workers who are making your product being treated fairly? Are your products and packaging made from sustainable
Barcodes seem very confusing, particularly if you are new to product development. Perhaps it seems quicker and easier to get packaging printed without barcodes and worry about that later. However, if you then find out you need barcodes it could
You have a great new idea for a product, or product range and you are pretty certain there is a market for your product. So next you need to approach potential suppliers. Before talking to a supplier you need to have
So you want to create a new product and sell it? It could be clothing, toys, shoes, baby products, kitchen utensils, gifts, food or pretty much anything. There are obviously many steps to bring your idea to life, but before I go any