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1. Similar things exist - like Houzz. But that doesn't mean there isn't a need - see point 5. 2. Probably a progressive web app (this is an app that's actually a website but looks like an app). It really depends on the key functions that you need. 3 + 4: I would not buy products and then sell t...

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This all depends on the size of your store. If you are just starting out you can get a feature-rich store on Shopify for $29 per month. You'd be surprised how many features they provide. For small to medium sized business, Bigcommerce is also a good option. If you are a bigger company, both Shopi...

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Such solutions are wiedly available to current ecommerce business. Question you would have to ask yourself if what makes your different, what is unique in your product that is not currently available. You are targeting (basically) 2 types of customers: 1. Those who already have a solution in pla...

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The "old" multi brand furniture eCom have probably been doing it the traditional way. Buying inventory and reselling it online as they would in a retail store. But if you were to start a multi brand furniture ecom in 2020, I would recommend you start by reaching out to those established furnitur...

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This is my kind of question! First off, let me tell you that you have a very well built website and the content and context is very good (I speak Spanish) My name is Humberto Valle, MBA Competitive Strategist - I'm an experienced web developer, programmer, and inbound growth strategist and have ...

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Hi, Thanks for clarifying your business model. This helps me help you better. So, as part of strategy, I would suggest you to begin with global e-commerce giant, Amazon. Furthermore, I would suggest you to keep it exclusively on Amazon. You can tell your existing customers to purchase your produ...

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#1) PROVE THE ASSUMPTION: Start with a dropshipper's existing products to figure out what sells best before you spend money on manufacturing and warehousing. Amazon is perfect for this - they will pay you 4%-10% to promote 253,000,000 products (http://bit.ly/1q2M85R) - you can sign up at https:/...

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Use Bait & Hook Business strategy to attract customers by showing your Jewellery's stores competitve edge through your E-Commerce site which makes you different and sets you apart from other competitiors present in market place.

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How you handle customer service can have a major factor on how delighted customers are after the transaction. Even more important it can drastically impact your initial conversion rate. Buyers often look for "trust items" like a phone number, email or even a physical address prior to purchasing....

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It depends by your company size and structure, but i think a CEO of a small company must understand what is pertinent to strategic decisions for his company. If you are thinking of changing the way you sell, it is better you understand why, which are the cost involved, benchmark your competition ...

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