If you are willing to sell products online, read this article carefully.
I suspect if you’re a net addict as she is, you spent more online last year than ever before too.
According to Comscore, over $43.2 Billion was spent online in 2014. That’s up 15% from 2013. It’s a cliché to say now that online shopping is the real deal, and not just a fad.
You’re a crazy person if you have a product to sell online and you don’t look at the World Wide Web as one of your top priority distribution channels.
Online Shopping Is More Accepted
I remember during the late 1990s and early 2000s when several times I would helped someone buy something online, or explain how I did, and they would give me this distrustful face. Is it safe? Won’t my credit card get stolen if I put it into the PC?
As with most things online, early adopters were 1 and from there slowly word spread to the mainstream that online shopping was not only safe, but in much points best way to buy things.
We all know why online shopping is wonderful. Cheaper prices, more selection due to reduced costs in storing inventory (no limited shelf space like in the real world), and because of our marvelous global postal system, it can be very fast, even when ordering from a country on the any place of the planet.
In my case, 2014 was the 1 year I finally took the leap and made a purchase I had been hesitant to do before…
How to buy shoes online.
Shoes were a bit of last resistance point for me because of the issue of size. I was hesitant to buy something that needs to fit right.