What’s a Shipping Policy and How Can it Boost Your Online Sales?
A shipping policy is a great way to help customers understand how and when their orders are going to be delivered, as well as how much it’s going to cost them.
Being transparent about your shipping procedures helps build loyalty for your brand, reduces cart abandonment and can lower the volume of email queries from concerned customers.
Here’s how you can polish up your shipping policy, and use it to support your online sales.
What is a Shipping Policy exactly?
5 Ways eBay Sellers Can Save Big on Shipping in 2020
eBay sellers are experiencing a unique moment in 2020. The current global conditions are causing more people to shop online than ever before. Many believe that this is the moment that crystallizes Australia’s online shopping behaviour to become a regular, wide-spread habit.
This means that retailers and small businesses have every reason to take eBay seriously. The popular online marketplace is the most used retail site in Australia, even before Coronavirus. The site garnered 194.9 million users between January and March 2019.
Future of shipping: 4 ecommerce delivery innovations to keep a close eye on
Ecommerce is growing and changing at a startling rate.
From voice search to social media shopping and live chat robots taking on our customer service responsibilities, the ecommerce industry is becoming easier to navigate for business owners and more engaging and personalised for customers shopping online.
However, what we don’t often hear about are the shipping and delivery innovations happening all around us. What’s next for ecommerce shipping in Australia?
In this blog, we share four up and coming shipping innovations to keep an eye on.
4 important things to remember when shipping large items
Whether you’ve been shipping oversized freight for years, or beginning to dip your toes in the water of shipping large items, there are a few things you absolutely need to ensure your team is doing when packing and planning to ship.
We want your packages to arrive safely every time, so read on to see the top 4 most important things to remember when shipping large items from point A to B.
#1. Make sure to measure the carton/pallet/crate
Measuring the carton,