It’s rare to see Amazon intimidated by other retailers, but Amazon’s latest reactionary response is a sign that the ecommerce giant may have felt threatened. Industry experts believe that the race is tightening. Walmart is claiming more online retail market share.
Becoming a PowerSeller should be the goal of every seller wanting to take their eBay business to the next level. The earning potential is huge, and if you have the right strategies in place, you can easily achieve the PowerSeller status.
Voice assistants are changing the way people shop. You won’t have to look at a screen to order a product. Just tell Alexa what you want, and she can order it for you. With the huge success of the Alexa virtual assistant, Amazon is taking steps to enable paid voice search through the Echo and Echo Dot devices.
Amazon is a force to be reckoned with, and Walmart is doing everything to catch up and gain market share. This week, however, FedEx, a longtime partner of Amazon, surprised us by announcing FedEx Fulfillment, an ecommerce service very similar to Amazon FBA. Read on for more industry trends and our latest insights.
Since 1960, Esbenshade’s Garden Center has been providing a great selection of plants, gardening products and accessories. Like many traditional retailers, Esbenshade’s wanted to get into digital retail, but it wasn’t that easy. They needed a system that can manage their products and inventory across multiple online sales channels.
Jazva is kicking off the year with a number of great features this month that help multi-channel and high volume sellers work smarter, not harder. Omnichannel selling is the future, and at Jazva, we are building a platform that not only optimizes your processes today, but one that continually empowers your business with innovative multi-channel capabilities.
Amazon likes to compete with everyone these days, from traditional retailers to Google, to Netflix and CrunchyRoll. In ecommerce, Amazon has conquered books, apparel and electronics, and now, the retail giant is expanding its empire into auto parts retail and paid search. Retailers will have a hard time keeping up.
Managing orders and returns has never been easy, but they have become more complex and challenging in today’s multi-channel ecommerce landscape. Many retailers are reluctant to leave their existing legacy systems, either because of perceived costs or fear of change. But without a solid order management system, fulfillment becomes disorderly and inefficient, causing delays, errors and unhappy customers. If you still use an antiquated system for order management, you won’t be able to scale your business or manage higher sales volumes.
When it comes to online shopping, convenience is king. Shoppers will be looking for flexible delivery and return options, and retailers will need to respond. For sellers with online and offline stores, omnichannel strategies are the key to winning today’s busy and price-conscious shoppers.