Los Angeles, California (PressExposure) April 04, 2013 -- Over the past few years, the latest opportunity in sales has grown so big, that it became a phenomenon. Ecommece, the business of selling online, has became a very strong sector in the global economy, topping $1 trillion for the first time in history in 2012 (eMarketer). Online commerce is growing so fast that many of the online retailers have their warehouse empty. On average, the global ecommerce market is growing 22% per year. And it should. With a total number of 2.4 billion Internet users worldwide (as of October 2012), ecommerce will continue to grow steadily for at least a decade. Seems like a big opportunity for businesses, a moment that appears once in a lifetime.
But even backed by such strong trends, ecommerce seems not so appealing to small and medium sized businesses. Wile most of the big companies take full benefit of this opportunity, the top majority of SMEs pass along it. They seem to be anemic to all the clear signs coming from the market, and that is - if you want your business to be successful, you need to sell online.
The reason why SMEs do not sell online may be different: either the SMEs do not know how to sell online, either they have not taken it as a real opportunity, either they think that selling online is very hard and it takes a lot of money, etc., but the conclusion is the same - SMEs do not take full benefit of the ecommerce opportunity.
To "fix" this situation, abc-of-ecomerce.com has launched a new guide to help SMEs sell online. The guide is entitled "The ABC's of Ecommerce and Dropshipping Success" and shows step by step how to sell online and how to create a successful ecommerce business. The information in the guide is structured in eight chapters, each chapter representing "a step" required to be made in order to create and run a successful online store. The guide culminates with two practical examples of creating an online store.
By launching this guide, abc-of-ecommerce.com hopes that SMEs will start to sell their products online (or at least to think about selling them) and will become more successful in their everyday struggle for survival.