Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Coping With the Summer Slowdown

During the summer season, many online retailers experience a significant slowdown in sales where profits are typically at their lowest point of the year. Skip McGrath, an expert in online retail, has a strategic plan to get through this slump - cutting costs and keeping profits up this summer.

  1. Manage Your Listings
  2. Raise (or Hold) Your Prices on Prime Merchandise
  3. Cut Prices and Get Rid of Nonperforming Inventory
  4. Cut Your Optional Feature Fees
  5. Use Auction Management Services to Save Time & Cut Fees
  6. Use Additional Selling Channels

Take a look at this advice in detail in his article: "How eBay Sellers Cope With the Summer Slowdown on eBay"

by Samantha Warner
Marketing Extraordinaire