How To Sell Product Online

Selling products online can be a very lucrative business with the popularity of the internet. You may have a product that you would like to sell or you may want to try to sell other companies’ products and receive a commission. Either way, you will need to learn how this is accomplished. There are certain steps that are involved in learning how to sell products online and I will give you a brief overview of these.

The first step that you must take is to create a website for the product. The name for the website should pertain to the product that you are wanting to sell and should be a word or phrase that receives traffic. You can use keyword tools on the internet to see what words or phrases receive a lot of traffic. Once you have come up with a name you must purchase that website name. Once the website is purchased, you then will set up the site with all of the information about the product and how the viewer can contact you and purchase your product.

The website is not the only thing that is required, though, when learning how to sell product online. The website that you create is the first step in the process and, once it is established, it is basically a piece of “virtual real estate”. It is an entity that sits out in cyberspace. If there is no promotion of this website, the website will sit in cyberspace unknown to anyone.

The next step in selling product online is something called article marketing. You will need to write informative articles about your product that people can read on the internet. These articles are typically the answers to questions that someone has about a topic. These articles are then submitted to online magazine sites such as Street Articles, EzineArticles, etc. Once the articles are approved, people searching for information about your product will see your article on the internet and can learn about the product. For example, let’s say that your product is a power toothbrush and someone is curious which power toothbrush is the best. They type in the phrase “which power toothbrush is the best” into the search box on their computer and the article that you wrote pertaining to this comes up. At the end of the article, you are permitted to place a link to your website. They can click on this link if they like what your article tells them and they will be taken to your website where you can tell them more about the product and how to make a purchase. This is one way that you can drive traffic to your website to generate sales.

Another step in learning how to sell product online is email marketing. There are companies on the internet that can help you set up a sign-up option on your website for people to give you their email information. This allows you to keep them abreast of any promotions or specials on the products that you sell and gives you the option to promote other related products that you believe they may be interested in.

There is so much information available through the internet on how to sell product online. Be careful which sites you use as many websites will tell you that you can become rich overnight selling product online. The truth is that it takes hard work and a huge commitment so be careful when gathering information on how to sell product online. There are legitimate websites online that will take you step-by-step through the process and make it much easier to learn how to sell product online.

Commercial General Liability Insurance – How to Get the Right Coverage

Commercial general liability coverage is a complex subject depending on the business to which it applies. Examples would be a small retail store that requires third party liability to cover a slip and fall type exposure only or right up to a large manufacturing firm that requires a wider range of liability coverage to cover its completed products and operations.

Any situation where a person attending at or using a service provided by the business or purchasing a product from the business can claim that the product, service or advise caused them financial or physical injury or harm. A single claim can literally wipe out years of hard work building up a business. Even if you have done absolutely nothing wrong and your product has worked exactly has it was supposed to, the cost of defending an action against your business can run into the tens of thousands of dollars. It only makes sense to make sure that you are protecting the business that you work hard daily to build. Despite this many small businesses are operating without any commercial general liability coverage and many are doing so because they are under the mistaken impression that the cost of the insurance is too high to warrant paying it. Having seen first hand the consequences of not carrying proper coverage I would not recommend that to anyone.

Each business must be assessed as to the exposures that their particular industry presents. Your broker must take into consideration your operations, your product, the source of your materials or products if obtained from a different supplier, where that supplier is located, whether you have alternative suppliers or do you depend on a single outlet, whether you manufacture your product of wholesale it only. Do you repackage the product and sell under your label or do you retail under someone else’s label. Where do you sell your product or service and what is the amount of gross sales in each area. How many employees do you have and do they need to be added as additional named insured. Do you own the building where the business is located or are you a tenant renting the location. Do you offer a warranty on your product or are there warranties offered by the original supplier.

Each individual industry has it’s own inherent liability exposures and your broker must address all of them in order to place the proper coverage. Endorsements such as completed products and operations, limits for equipment, stock and electronic data equipment, boiler and machinery coverage, installation floater, employee benefit liability and non-owned auto liability coverage are but a few of the coverage’s that need to be considered.

Certain industries also need to look at Professional Liability coverage. This is often referred to as Errors and Omissions Insurance. Many service oriented businesses such as hairdressers and beauty salons, home inspectors, general insurance brokers and other professional service providers require this type of coverage due to the nature of advise that they render to the clientele.

When you compare premium rates for commercial general liability insurance it is important to make sure that you are comparing the coverage provided by each policy and that the coverage being provided is appropriate for your business.

Yours truly,

Kenneth R Greig CFP. CAIB. RIBO.

General Wholesale – First Step to Make in Starting a General Wholesale Clothing Business

At present, general wholesale products are widely distributed all over the world with use of the great innovations of technology. The internet has served millions of businessmen, being a useful tool of increasing the reach of their trading market to the different potential customers around the world. Like wholesale clothing, these products can now easily be sold and purchased online. Wholesalers started by choosing the right products to sell, become part of a wholesaler group, and finally promote their products. In their products’ promotions, they do not have to do it all by themselves. They have all planned out and have chosen every vendor or promoter, negotiated with product manufacturers, and already had their reliable suppliers. After all of these, they start selling their products. And in selling their products, they have already differentiated their own original price to the general wholesale purchasing price.

Beforehand of getting themselves started in selling and launching their products, they always put into consideration the products they are selling to their potential customers. There are still a few things that they need to sort out.

In a general wholesale clothing business, they have to decide first between selling general wholesale clothing products and selling wholesale clothing under a specific niche. Wholesalers selling general clothing products mean that they can sell all the different kinds of clothing regardless of age, sex, and niche. While in a business having a specific niche, wholesalers need to have a different set-up and have to focus in a specific group of customers.

Right after deciding what to sell, wholesalers need to visit the source of their products. They need to meet up with their chosen manufacturers, distributors, and suppliers. They have to check out the processing of the products and its quality level. Wholesalers also need to reassure themselves that they have chosen reliable services from their partners. After tackling with these tasks, they need to engage in reassuring the products’ qualities, the restocking charges, and the return policy. Then, they need to gather more advices and helpful information regarding their business. Finally, they need to meet up with their clients and clear all the ideas within their business.

Now, they can start taking the first step of the operation of their business. Everybody always starts small in order to grow big, and that is one of the exciting features of having a general wholesale business.