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We understand that our Amazon.co.uk account has been suspended due to the poor selling performance and we do accept full responsibility for this matter! We also understand that selling on Amazon is a privilege and that we must comply with Amazon’s policies for customer service! We will do our best to meet and exceed the performance targets and make sure that Amazon’s customers receive the level of service they expect from Amazon. (more…)
Many eCommerce retailers choose to use either a Dropshipper or a 3rd Party Fulfilment company to ship their orders.
The main benefit of introducing either of these methods into your business can be invaluable. It will help to lower expenditure on warehouse space or the cost of hiring more staff as the business scales; leaving you to concentrate on the jobs which are harder to outsource. (more…)
The ever-increasing population now rely on the internet for everything – from ordering food to payment of their electricity bill – and is steadily growing. This demand does put a huge amount of pressure on businesses – big and small. Which is why eCommerce businesses must adapt to cope with demand. With more orders than it is possible to manually deal with, it won’t come as a surprise that a key area to automate order management and stock control. (more…)
The topic of the customer journey – or the unique process your customers experience when making a purchase – is currently one of the most popular and important topics in eCommerce. This shouldn’t come as a surprise, because those who understand how to score major points with customers through storytelling benefit even further than achieving higher sales. (more…)