Download this essential checklist of best practices and tasks to stay on top of your e-commerce activities and prioritize what’s important to succeed on any marketplace.
Selling on online marketplaces represents a lucrative opportunity for retailers looking to boost their performance online. With a global customer base of 233 million and 215 million shoppers respectively, eBay and Amazon are a logical next step for any retailer. But they’re far from the only ones. Marketplaces like Newegg, Rakuten.com Shopping, Best Buy, Sears and others are also excellent avenues of growth, as much of the customer base and infrastructure are already provided for the seller by the marketplace itself. However, to succeed on any marketplace, you need to stay on top of your e-commerce activities and prioritize what’s important.
To help you stay organized and ahead of the curve, ChannelAdvisor has compiled an essential checklist of best practices and tasks you should be monitoring frequently when selling on marketplaces.