Cross-Selling: How to Make a Living Selling Products You Don’t Make, Stock or Ship
Sarah Miller is making a killing selling products.
It’s called Cross-Selling: The sale of other verified merchant’s products from your own online store earning you 30% of the profit for every sale.
Business was not always booming for Sarah’s eCommerce website. Sarah struggled for years trying to make a living selling products with little support or success..
The turning point for Sarah’s business came when she decided to go in for a partnership with Quicksle, the most powerful platform for the promotion and monetization of commercial activities worldwide.
The most important thing she did not realize was that Sarah’s eCommerce Website was essentially a box; a box that was doing very little for her.
It isn’t enough just to have an awesome store with enticing content and dynamic functionality, it takes a savvy crew of technical and business advisors to continue tweaking that business model so that store remains ahead of the competition. Without a team, your store becomes bait for bigger sharks to devour.
Let’s go over some of the key features that have made Sarah’s revamped eCommerce business so successful.
Selling in Multiple Categories
Various tools work dynamicaly with the Review system to generate reviews, such as reminders to leave a review after a shopper makes a purchase.
Seasonal specials are great incentives to invite shoppers into a store to enjoy special discounts
The Social blast-share tool helps Sarah's fans share her content easily with 1 click to all their friends on social media. It's an awesome way for Sarah to generate real traffic with a high conversion rate.
Sarah always makes sure their is a story going on at her shop, something worth talking to friends about, generating buzz, and thus making her store a topic of conversation 24/7.
When affiliates only get paid for direct results, and that means per purchase on a shop owner's store, that means they will work agressivly to achieve results and store owners pay nothing until profits are already realized.
Keeping things simple keeps shopping fun and keeps shoppers coming back for more.