Pillows can help add a little flair to any home—even trendy clothiers like Urban Outfitters have moved into the home decor space. Here's a quick guide to help launch your own pillow line.
Happy Early Birthday! According to Time, September is the busiest month for births overall (so hopefully we weren't too far off!). For the well-prepared retailer, that means one thing—baby clothes—and we've got plenty of it! Here's your guide to selling this kids' item.
In a previous post, we covered 3 POD products every store should sell. It's a good starting point for newcomers to test out different products without having to spend hours on research, but as you develop better business acumen and expand your product offerings, you'll quickly realize there's more to selling than adding a design to any ole product.
POD is a popular but new practice for many online businesses, meaning there are still many who have never heard of “Print on Demand.” Without familiarity, many are left with uncertainty, confusion, and oftentimes pure myth. In this post, we look to dispel many common myths associated with POD.
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Print-on-Demand (POD) services have become incredibly popular in the past few years, and with good reason–they’re an incredible revenue stream for merchants without the major risks of investing in an entire retail venture. However, the simplicity does come with a catch. Most POD services are marketplaces where brand identity doesn’t matter. For business owners who want to build and grow a brand, POD marketplaces just don’t make sense.
Online Marketplaces have definitively changed the world. Created primarily to begin selling books online, Marketplaces like Amazon have become the normal way to buy, and sell, goods. From books to clothes, personal care products to home décor, these Marketplaces sell it all. Entrepreneurs young and old have turned to Amazon and others to launch their business with varying degrees of success. However, as powerful these marketplaces are, they clearly have their draw-backs, many of which have become apparent as entrepreneurs are looking for more control of their companies. Brand ownership, preferred distribution, control from copy-cats, limited up-front investment in inventory, etc. are just a few of the key things causing entrepreneurs to sidestep these channels.