matching puzzle pieces -exact fitment

No one – not manufacturers, not distributors, not retailers, and definitely not consumers – likes dealing with a part or accessory return. Returns are a hassle, and even if you charge a restocking fee, returns are typically a net loss. So, to maximize profits and minimize hassles for you, your supplier(s), and your customers, it’s…

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Selling Auto Parts on eBay

Selling auto parts on eBay can be a good way to increase revenue. While it’s not necessarily the most profitable place to sell auto parts (most eBay retailers who drop-ship are earning just 2 or 3% profit margins), eBay offers the possibility of substantial sales volumes. Additionally, for start-up parts retailers, eBay can be a…

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If you’ve ever seen a hat or t-shirt with a company logo on it, you’ve seen branded merchandise. And, you see a lot of people wearing Nike branded clothes (for example), you would logically assume Nike is a big brand. So, what if you could get people wearing your company’s brand at car shows, swap…

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Most website owners want to know where they rank for a specific search term on Google or Bing. Meaning, when a potential customer searches Google for “sunroof parts” (or whatever), where is your website? While the value of knowing where your site ranks is attenuated a bit by personalized search (Google changes search results for…

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There’s a popular saying that goes like this: “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” In e-commerce, first impressions mean everything. In fact, they’re powerful enough to make or break your business. Your customers expect a great first impression when they visit your website – a modern and user-friendly website is…

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Here’s a secret: UPS, FedEx, and US Postal Service shipping rates are not set in stone. These carriers want your business, and for larger retailers, they’re often willing to negotiate rates. In fact, negotiating shipping rates is so common that there are entire companies dedicated to doing it for you. However, if you prefer to…

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being-terrible

A terrible ecommerce website blog isn’t always easy to spot. This is because terrible blogs often have a positive impact on a website: A terrible blog will still bring traffic to a website via search engines A terrible blog makes a site look active and maintained, which boosts consumer trust A terrible blog will offer…

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