Ecommerce Information

Website Marketing: 10 Resourceful Things You Can Do With A Product That Doesnt Sell

Do you have any product that has not been moving well?

Would you like to learn what to do with it?

Here are website marketing secrets to help you:

1. Sell the reprint/reproduction rights to the product. You could make money selling other people the rights to reproduce and sell the product. People are always looking for new products to sell.

2. Giveaway the product for free from your web site. Just because it won't sell doesn't mean people won't visit your web site to get it for free. They may see another product you sell and buy that one.

3. Try auctioning off the product at an online auction. You may make part of your investment back. If you're lucky, you may even make a profit because people sometimes get into bidding wars and will bid a higher price than the product is worth.

4. Use the product as a free bonus for another product you sell. This will increase the perceived value of the product you're selling. People will feel they're receiving more for less.

5. Contact businesses with the same target market and see if they would be interested in using your product as a free bonus for their product. You could place your ad on the product and get free advertising.

6. Sell your product to businesses at wholesale cost as a promotional product. Businesses are always looking for products they can giveaway to their customers with their advertising on the product. You could make part of your investment back.

7. Barter your product to other businesses for things you need for your own business. You could trade for their products or services. This will save you money and help make up for your profit loss.

8. You could create an online contest so people could win your product. This will attract traffic to your web site. You also could get free advertising by listing it on online contest directories.

9. If you decide to giveaway the product for free, allow other people to giveaway the product for free. Place your web site ad on the product. This will spread your advertising and attract even more people to your site.

10. Ask businesses with the same target audience if they would be interested in combining your product with their product. You could then sell them together as a package deal and split the profits. You may have better results selling your product this way.

May these website marketing secrets help you to make a lot of money and succeed.


I-key Benney, CEO

I-key, a Millionaire CEO from New York City is the creator of "Mscsrrr: Millionaire Secret Cash System", (online trading), program which has helped thousands of ordinary people from all over the world to attain financial security and shining success during the past 2 yrs.

Mscsrrr Millionaire Secret Cash System helps you to generate $1,500+/Week for life, from home or office, part time or full time. No large investment or hassles. Win $1000-$2000 free "cash"?




Amazon Helped Make This One of the Fastest-Growing E-Commerce Categories Last Year
The biggest category within CPG is pet food, which grew 55% in 2015 to $760 million in U.S. e-commerce sales. Facial moisturizers came in second with $450 million in e-commerce sales (up 25% over 2014), and fragrances third with $330 million in revenue ...
Ecommerce Up 30% in 2015, CPG Up 42%MediaPost Communications

all 2 news articles »

Times of India

E-commerce boom revs up sales for commercial vehicle makers like Tata Motors
Times of India
E-commerce boom revs up sales for commercial vehicle makers like Tata Motors. For commercial vehicle makers, the revenue opportunity from the ecommerce boom is projected at as high as $500 million over the next three to four years. Sharmistha ...
Commercial vehicle makers like Tata Motors see sales surge after ecommerce boomEconomic Times

all 3 news articles »

Huffington Post

5 e-commerce trends in 2016
Huffington Post
We've compiled a couple of trends emerging in the ecommerce realm below, so make sure to check them out if you're a shop owner or thinking about opening an online boutique. Robust shopping carts: Gone are the days of simple, one dimensional shopping ...

Wall Street Journal

Vox to Join Other Media Companies in E-Commerce Push
Wall Street Journal
Gawker founder and Chief Executive Nick Denton told the WSJ that in 2014 Gawker's e-commerce business generated $150 million in sales, and about $10 million of revenue for Gawker -- just under a quarter of the company's $44.3 million total revenue.

8 SEO Tips for eCommerce Companies Looking to Grow Their Online Presence
With more people shopping online than ever before with the ability to take advantage of the convenience, variety, and value – eCommerce companies are having to work harder – and smarter – to stand out in the online crowd. In 2016 and beyond, SEO will ...


How B2B eCommerce is evolving in the cloud [Q&A]
Modern IT architectures have opened commercial off-the-shelf software categories to new forms of innovation. But still, most B2B eCommerce solutions have yet to evolve. The result is that many firms are left with outdated, in-house infrastructures or ...

Need for speed: How to ensure your e-commerce website is up to scratch
Information Age
Legacy infrastructure is failing to keep up with the increasingly fast developments in technology that are taking place within e-commerce. Businesses need to deliver a seamless experience across all channels with a consistent message throughout ...


India's ecommerce segment to increase fivefold by 2020: ASSOCHAM
Aided by growing number of smartphone owners and investments by retailers in the country, India's ecommerce industry is witnessing a boom which has not been experienced by any other segment in the country in the recent past. Online transactions in ...


As Its Market Grows, Nigerian E-Commerce Startup Africa Internet Group Raises $83 Million
Some of Africa's best funded ecommerce startups just secured more capital. Africa Internet Group (AIG)—which owns online retailer Jumia and 9 other e-ventures—will receive €75 million ($83 million) from Europe's AXA Insurance in exchange for 8 an ...
French insurance giant buys into African ecommerce in $83m dealVentureburn

all 54 news articles »

The Next Web

How to get in on Africa's e-commerce boom
The Next Web
“Something new always flows out of Africa,” said Pliny the Elder 2000 years ago. Wired, Ventureburn and PCWorld all agree. African e-commerce is exploding, and it's just the beginning. In seven Subsaharan countries, e-commerce makes up one to three ...

Google News

Article List | Index | Site Map
All logos, trademarks and articles on this site are property and copyright of their respective owner(s).
The comments are property of their posters, all the rest is Copyright © 2006 - All Rights Reserved.