For any ecommerce website, sales is the single most important element you need to keep building and developing your website.
These are necessary to keep your company growing and becoming the business you want.
So, what can you do to keep tho
Today Hannah Marshall of Maker's Boutique tells us how to sell products through high street shops, retail outlets, galleries and exhibitions. She'll help you to understand what this entails, what to watch out for, what you can expect from stockists and what you need to deliver to be successful, plus some super top tips. You can check out Hannah's previous blog to see more on How To Sell At Craft Fairs.
Selling in a retail environment for the first time is very exciting. This can happen through various outlets; shops, galleries, exhibitions and even high street shops. It is the perfect way for many artists to sell their work if they are uncomfortable or shy selling it themselves, as many creative people tend to be. It is an ingenious way to have your work promoted and sold for you, so you can busy yourself with your favourite activity - making stuff!
I've written before about getting started with content marketing and how to put together quality content on a tight budget, but there are some areas of content marketing that apply particularly well to the online seller.
Like any other marketing plan, from advertising to event attendance, there are numerous things to keep in mind when putting it together. Heed the ten simple tips I've provided below to ensure that you're not wasting time and money on ineffective content for your ecommerce store.