Competitive pricing is the process of selling a product or service at a price that is equal to or lower than that of a competitor. Companies can also practice competitive pricing by offering more attractive payment terms than their competitors.
In E-Commerce overselling usually happens when your buyer buys a product that’s already sold. It is more common when stocks are listed on various marketplaces. If you do not track your inventory well, the probability of you selling the last item that has already been sold in another marketplace is higher.
A product listing effectively shows the product presentation which consists of its title, images, description and price. Hence, optimizing your product listing is essential to drive traffic and gain sales.
A review on your online store or product allows your shoppers the chance to leave a feedback or opinion to your online business. It helps other shoppers to build confidence in the product or business before deciding to purchase it.
Where do people normally shop online? Lazada. Qoo10. Shopee. Tiki. Bukalapak. Tokopedia. Amazon. Zalora. Ebay. Carousell.
Shopify. Magento. WooCommerce.
Seems overwhelming some times doesn’t it? This decade will definitely see e-commerce compete strongly with physical retail, but why are there so many platforms and stores online?
Hi everyone, and welcome to another edition of “E-Commerce Experts”, our interview series with practitioners in the Southeast Asian e-commerce space. Today we have Victor Goh, category head at Qoo10 for kids and toys, to share some tips.
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