2014 TRENDS INFLUENCINGINDIA'S E-COMMERCE MARKET

India’s e-commerce market has grown remarkably with online stores on the rise since the past few years.
With smart and laborious campaigns and promotions, these online stores have tapped into the huge Indian populace.
The populace has accepted the idea of online shopping. In India, Flipkart alone in 2013 recorded an 80% rise in thee-commerce business.
With more e-commerce business emerging the web market has become more competitive leading to the introduction of new services and strategies to lure and keep customers.
This led to the run of new trends in 2014 that increased the popularity and reach of businesses like Amazon, eBay, Flipkart, Jabong, Zovi and much more.
This article highlights most of these trends.
Mobile Shopping
This idea was introduced as an extension of mobile-friendly sites.
The number of Indians with mobile phones has increased as compared to pcs and laptops.
This trend certainlyattracted customers into making online purchases on netwerkkabel.eu.

 

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EARN MONEY FROM HOME THROUGH DROP SHIP PRODUCTS? AND E-COMMERCE SOLUTIONS

Those that go into e-commerce businessesare aware that there is more to their succeeding than just their products and storefront. There are factors that need to be considered such as:
The setting up cost (about $3360) of a merchant account for card payments, which is expensive and challenging for a new business.Dealing with fraud and dispute resolution with time converted to cost oflabour that could amount to $960 every year.Providing apt and informed customer support (online and 1-800 service) with telephone lines costing up to $600 every year, excluding the time and work to handle the calls.

Licensing theSSL Certificate (Security) and hosting the web are binding and can amount to cost $1100 every year.Understanding search engine optimization and marketing strategies.Return and refund policy in which time converted to cost of labour to deal with product returns could amount to $600 every year.Dealing with drop ship companies which has a set-up fee that ranges from $100 to a $1000.
How Does Drop Shipping Work?
Drop shipping involves finding a wholesale company to help you ship your product directly to customers.
It doesn’t require the payment of an item except it is sold.
No inventory is stored, no packaging or ship merchandise.
All you do is place an advert on a site.

 

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