I definitely need a new challenge. While cake decorating, piano lessons, ballet classes and painting scratched my itch to get involved in the creative arts, I realized I needed something else. Starting my own e-commerce business so I wouldn’t be beholden to an overbearing boss seemed like something to consider. One website consistently turned up during my research for business opportunities: I Buy I Review. I Buy I Review buys online programs that guarantee success when launching a new business, and then reviews them to determine if they’re legitimate or a scam. It’s an invaluable resource.
I learned that starting your own e-commerce business is a huge undertaking, but it can also be incredibly rewarding. There are a lot of different things to consider when starting an e-commerce business, from choosing the right products to setting up your website.
E-commerce is the buying and selling of goods and services online. It’s a huge industry, and it’s only getting bigger. In 2018, e-commerce sales worldwide totaled $28.87 trillion, and they’re expected to reach $42.13 trillion by 2022.
There are a few different types of e-commerce businesses, but the most common are business-to-consumer (B to C) and business-to-business (B to B).
Business-to-consumer ecommerce is when a business sells products or services directly to consumers. Business-to-business ecommerce is when businesses sell products or services to other businesses.
I learned that if I do decide to start an e-commerce business, I need to keep a few things in mind.
I’ll need to choose the right products, set up a website, and figure out how going to ship my products. I’ll also need to create compelling product descriptions and take beautiful product photos.
Creating an e-commerce business is a lot of work, but I believe the work can be incredibly rewarding. I’ll be able to set my own hours, work from anywhere in the world, and build something that’s entirely my own.
What more could I ask?