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Amazon PPC UK tips

Partner Article by Ethan Morgan, Volo Commerce   Amazon can be a cut-throat selling environment. It’s one thing to have a good product at a good price, where you still make profit – but getting traffic to it and increasing its history of conversions (and your own seller metrics), thus boosting its natural search ranking? That’s the part a lot of businesses find hard.   Amazon recognises this though,...

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By Michael Joyce, Amazon Sellers Lawyer   The Philippines recently became Asia’s second-fastest growing economy. The country is now an attractive option for Amazon sellers who are looking to manufacture thanks largely in part to the government focusing on fiscal responsibility and adaptation of its people. With a growing labour force, ease of communication and reassuring pace of wage growth, Amazon sellers should consider the Philippines as...

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E-commerce VAT rules UK

Partner article by Alexandra Wyatt, SimplyVAT.com   Selling Online Internationally - The Market   The growth of the eCommerce market is phenomenal – totalling €500 billion in online sales last year in Europe alone. Cross border sales currently providing 10% of that figure are expected to account for 20% of all online sales in 2017!   This is providing online retailers with a huge opportunity to increase their profits by tapping...

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Volo reporting and analysis

Partner article by Ethan Morgan from Volo Commerce   If we knew everything we needed to know about our business, we could spot the trends, see the opportunities and anticipate the problems.   We would have a perfect window on our sales, and we would have total transparency on our costs, our efficiencies and our profit margins. We would know what was making money and what wasn’t. We would be able...

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3D Printing for eCommerce Merchants

Guest post from Paul Munos at Uppler.com   Manufacturing costs can be reduced thanks to innovative technologies. 3D printing is one such technology that looks to steal the show and provide new possibilities to many industries. There are already several companies using the technology including Boeing, General Electric, Ford and Hasbro and whilst the technology has not reached its full potential, there are still some pretty amazing...

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