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Trade War Tariff Solutions for Your Business Newegg

Trade War Tariff Solutions for Your Business

By | Blog, Guest Author
Chances are that your business has experienced either a drop in sales or an increase in costs due to the US-China trade war. You’ve likely experienced both. Since this series has covered how the trade wars began, the details of current and pending tariffs, and which types of business are being impacted, you may now be thinking “Great. Now what? How does my business stay afloat?” This article is dedicated to going over some trade war tariff solutions that your business can persue to help reduce the costs and risk caused by the US-China trade wars. Read More

Newegg Floship US China Trade War

A Seller’s Guide to the US-China Trade War

By | Blog, Guest Author
Trade with China plays a vital role in the health of the e-commerce industry. Whether many sellers realize it, their online business – and commerce at large – has been impacted by the trade war and its shock dealt to the global economy. This first blog in our series was created to better understand this relationship, discuss the latest developments of the ongoing US-China trade war, look back at how we got here, and provide trustworthy insights into how online merchants and brands can mitigate their risk for the future.

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Newegg and Shipstation Improving Your Returns Process

Why a Good Returns Process Matters

By | Blog, Fulfillment, Guest Author
Returns are a costly and time-consuming part of a successful e-commerce business. And while no one — buyer or seller — wants to deal with them, an effective policy and returns process strategy can strengthen the bond between you and your customers, thus creating repeat business and loyalists. In this blog, Newegg partners with ShipStation to uncover valuable insights and surprises into just what consumers think about returns. Read More

How Changing Customer Expectations Impact Your Holiday Shipping

By | Blog, Fulfillment, Guest Author, Holiday

Each year, more customers pivot from brick and mortar stores to online shopping. As this overall volume increases, it’s only logical that holiday sales would also trend upwards. In fact, 2018 Black Friday brought in $6.2 billion in online sales, a growth of 23.6% year over year. Naturally, with increased online holiday shopping there is an increase in holiday shipping. And while there are more opportunities to attract more customers, this also makes for that much more competition. Understanding changing consumer demand is what makes you stand out among the competition and is your best shot at winning more sales and gaining repeat customers once the holiday season ends.

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