how can sellers make more net profit from their online sales ?
the seller lists the items for sale, however the online sellers are subject to the below common charges..
1. Final value fees @ 4%
2. Payment gateway fees (for receiving money) @ 4%.
considering that he does not increase his selling price to buyer, how will the seller make more net profit form his online sales
Are you talking about ebay or via a website?
Your fee's are part and parcel of your selling you can not avoid them.
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Increasing traffic is a way of increasing sales. My argument is how can you make more net profit from the same sales figures.
Well you are right fees are a part and parcel of selling. Then how can you increase your net profit.
There is a way possible - If sellers get more than their selling price while buyers are not paying more than the selling price.
example - if an item is up for sale say at $100 then the seller gets $115 for his item while the buyer buys at $60. well here the seller gets more net profit from his item while the buyer is also happy to buy the item at a lower price.
Wouldn't this increase the net profit for the seller.?
I mean if a seller is selling the same item at the same price at ebay and selling the same item through this unique concept wouldn't he be earning more net profit through the new concept?
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