How to Store, Package, and Ship the Items You Sell on Ebay, Amazon, and Etsy
Author: Nick Vulich
Category: Business & Economics
View: 8120Shipping is one of the most frustrating areas for online sellers (even if you've been doing this for a while). The good news is it doesn't have to be. That's what this book is all about. It's a short, easy to understand guide, that will help you get over your shipping phobias and help you to start packaging and shipping your items like a pro. By the time you're done reading this book you'll have a better understanding of - 1. How to store items after you post them for sale so they are both easy to find and safe from possible damage. 2. What your shipping options are. We'll cover shipping with the United States Postal Service (USPS), Federal Express (Fed Ex), common carriers, and home pickup. 3. What services you need to use to comply with your selling venue's rules. Examples of this are delivery confirmation, signature delivery, and miscellaneous tracking options. 4. How to use eBay and PayPal shipping solutions to print your labels. We'll discuss third party shipping solutions such as Stamps.com and Endica, and look at why you may want to use them. Finally, we'll tackle international shipping. You'll learn what's required to sell internationally, how to fill out customs forms, how to set customer delivery expectations, and how to simplify international shipping. You should be able to read this short guide in under and hour, and immediately use the information you learn to ship smarter, quicker, and less expensively.