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Author: Simon Wright

bulk magazine distribution for the graphic design sector

For printing specialists AlphaGraphics, being able to outsource selected fulfilment jobs has meant more time to concentrate on doing what they do best – providing marketing, design and sustainable print solutions.   The firm, which is one of almost 300 franchises around the world, called on the services of Parcelhub, the UK’s leading printed matter fulfilment provider, when it became clear that certain fulfilment jobs were just...

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Software for Amazon third party sellers

Guest blog from Seamus Breslin at RepricerExpress   Price is so closely linked to volume of sales and product visibility on Amazon, that third-party sellers need to continually ensure their products are priced competitively to keep sales flowing—and if you have hundreds or thousands of products, doing this manually, isn’t viable.   That’s where repricing software comes in—it allows third-party Amazon sellers to continually and automatically compare their prices...

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How to grow your eCommerce business

With its reduced running costs, simplified marketing and hassle-free shopping, eCommerce is seen by many as the future of retail, representing a win-win situation for consumer and business owner alike. That does not mean, however, that launching a business in this field is entirely straightforward, and eCommerce SMEs come and go with alarming speed.   This is, in part, due to the fact that developing and operating...

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How to improve eBay PowerSeller listing rankings

Out of all of the multi-channel retailers currently operating online, eBay is indisputably one of the most successful. There are currently over 155 million eBay users across the globe and eBay's Global Shipping Programme processes over 220,000 packages every day. In order to tap into this thriving online network and compete with rival eBay PowerSellers, it is important that you tailor each and every one...

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How big is the UK's e-commerce market going to get by 2018?

More good news for the UK eCommerce sector: according to the results of a major new study, it's projected to double in size by 2018. Already, the sector is worth more than £100 billion, a milestone figure reached last year as increasing numbers of people do their shopping online instead of in real-world stores.   Shopping on eCommerce sites totalled £104 billion in 2014, a 14% increase...

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