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In the UK, “growth in online retail sales far outstrips growth in total sales”3 and chances are, you’ve tried your hand at it too.
Gone are the days when businesses could rely exclusively on yellow-page adverts and high-street passing trade: now it’s Google, “Add to cart” and Paypal.
If you are in business and looking to expand your target market, the internet can help you tap the rapidly-growing online retail sector.
selling online is no longer
Selling online is no longer a mystery, only accessible to a select few multi-nationals - you can do it too, even if you have a limited product range and do not require your own version of Amazon. It's possible to set up simple selling and cart facilities with online payment processors2 like Paypal, allowing you to sell easily.
eBay4 is another popular and inexpensive avenue for selling single items ad hoc or via a more structured and customised eBay store. If you already have an online shop, eBay can be great for generating additional sales and leads to it.
For more control and more demanding requirements a purpose-built store will give you all the flexibility and features you require; including facilities for downloadable products, wishlists, memberships, affiliate programs, stock control and secure checkouts.
Service industry companies that don’t have fixed-priced products, can use bespoke online quoting systems that model their decision-making and pricing process.
only mean "selling"
A closing thought: In a broader sense, eCommerce means more than just “selling” online, it also refers to how companies are using the internet to streamline how they work and interact with their employees, customers and suppliers. Have a look at our database6 section to see how we can help you leverage the internet to make your business more efficient too.