Tonight I saw a sight that made me understand that brick and mortar shops as we all know them are dying. The Sears store on the mall in Coralville, Iowa is closing.
Products such as spare elements, each for shopper objects like washing machines and for industrial equipment like centrifugal pumps, also seem good candidates for selling online. Retailers often have to order spare elements specially, since they sometimes don’t inventory them at client outlets—in such instances, e-commerce options in spares do not compete with retail shops, solely with other ordering methods. A factor for success in this niche can include providing customers with actual, reliable information about which half number their particular model of a product needs, for example by offering elements lists keyed by serial number. Products less suitable for e-commerce include merchandise that have a low value-to-weight ratio, products which have a odor, taste, or touch part, … Read more