Stock take feature announcement

18 clever ways to clear out old stock

Written by • 27th May 2016

Having stock piled up in a warehouse, garage or house is not only a hinderance on you spatially, but also financially. Not being able to shift an item that’s been rotting away in the corner can be majorly frustrating. A lot of retailers find themselves devoting so much time on shifting these goods, that they […]

KPIs for Ecommerce

10 KPIs for Ecommerce Business Owners

Written by • 20th May 2016

Running an e-commerce business can be a very stressful experience. Juggling multiple sales channels, product sourcing, supplier issues, marketing and customer enquiries is a time consuming process. Therefore finding time to sit back and see the bigger picture can be difficult. However, regularly setting and analysing your key performance indicators is essential when considering the […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Amazon Repricing Software

Written by • 13th May 2016

What is Repricing Software? Repricing or Repricer software automatically adjusts the price of a product as a result of a change by your competitor. It is also designed to take advantage of when your competitor runs out of stock. Why would you use a Repricer? Repricer benefits sellers who sell on marketplaces like Amazon and eBay […]

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Selling on Search Results with Rich Snippets

Written by • 11th May 2016

“Don’t judge a book by its cover”. It’s rather a very potent proverb to describe the malsight of judgment by the surface of something, but not very quite when it comes to Search Engines on the internet. It’s almost indefinite when a customer enters a thread about buying an electrical drill on Google and finds […]

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The UK’s Big 4 Hosted and Paid eCommerce Platforms

Written by • 9th May 2016

What is a hosted or paid eCommerce platform? A hosted platform is an ideal solution for e-commerce retailers who don’t want to worry about the complexities of selling. For a nominal monthly fee the platform will support you with any technical issues, future upgrades, storage and security. The downsides are that there are restrictions to how […]

Veeqo | We’re now Integrated with Amazon FBA and Zapier

Written by • 5th May 2016

  We are happy to announce that we are now integrated with Amazon FBA and Zapier. Amazon FBA This is a hugely popular solution with retailers! Amazon will handle the picking, packing and shipping of your orders directly to your customers. This is not only freeing up time for retailers, but it’s allowing them to […]

How to turn returns into sales

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Returns are inevitable and the problem with some retailers is that they can take the sign of returns too personally. I was the same, before working at Veeqo I worked for an e-commerce packaging company. As soon as we received a return it would get me down. Not only would I have to refund the item […]

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The Tools You Need to Sell at UK Trade Shows

Written by • 29th April 2016

Whether you’ve already exhibited your products at a trade show or event, or you are planning to, there is a lot to consider before you rock up at the venue. Planning and preparation is everything with events and the benefits can have a lasting effect on your business. Events are a cost effective solution that […]

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Introducing Spently – An Email Builder for Shopify

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We don’t do this often, but when I find a tool I think our users can benefit from, I like to pass it on. This particular tool is ideal for all of our Shopify users. I’ve been talking to the guys from a company called Spently in the past few weeks. If you haven’t heard about […]

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How to migrate from WooCommerce to Shopify

Written by • 21st April 2016

So you’ve decided to move your e-commerce business from WooCommerce to Shopify? Good choice! Shopify is not only a great solution for small to medium retailers, but it has the capabilities to grow alongside your business. It can be a very complicated process when transferring your whole business between platforms. I’ve broken this guide into […]