9 Reasons Why Charity Retailers Should Consider Selling On Amazon

If there is one name synonymous with the rise of online selling – and the decline of traditional high street shops – it would surely be Amazon. From its early days selling books online and transforming the publishing industry, to its dominance of eCommerce sales around the world, Amazon’s influence is felt across the spectrum….

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How To Build A Shopify Charity Store

As high street footfall continues to decline, and buyers turn all their attention to shops selling products online, what can you do to keep your customers coming to your charity shop? You could create your own online charity store – one where anyone in the UK can buy what your charity is offering, and one…

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Why Charities Should Sell on eBay

Before we consider why charity retailers should embrace eBay as a complementary sales channel to market, it’s important to understand some of the history behind eBay and just why it has become the channel of choice for used goods retailers around the world. eBay was founded as Auctionweb in 1995 in California and sold it’s…

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Why Charities Resist Selling on eBay

eBay was founded as Auctionweb in 1995 in California and sold it’s first used item – a broken laser pointer for $14.83. The story goes that AuctionWeb’s founder Pierre Omidyar was so astonished that it had sold for so much that he contacted the winning bidder to ask if he understood that the laser pointer…

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Why Charities Won't Sell on eBay