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E-commerce Direct

E-commerce Direct is a bespoke e-commerce agency located in the South of England within easy access to Southampton docks. We provide a variety of support services for Amazon, eBay and Shopify sellers.
Although we are not nearly as large as Amazon... or even close for that matter... our team is well experienced in helping clients save on costs and substantially increase sales.
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Partnership with Bartholomews Specialist Distribution provides 30 years of knowledge and experience in fulfilment and warehousing for e-commerce sellers. At E-commerce Direct we are pleased to announce a partnership with Bartholomews Specialist Distribution enabling us to provide the latest fulfilment and warehousing services for our e-commerce clients who sell in the UK and continental Europe. “This UK partnership will provide our existing and new e-commerce clients state-of-the-art fulfilment services for Amazon, FBM, eBay and many other e-commerce

Amazon Sellers find setting up and maintaining AdWord campaigns time consuming and expensive.  Here are some tips to achieve successful sponsored keyword campaigns. Amazon has various ways to advertise on their platforms: FireTV and Amazon.com and its EU equivalents to name a few.  Amazon’s sponsored ads for Amazon Sellers is a major advertising force, helping sellers to achieve greater sales above and beyond their competitors. While we recommend a wider advertising programme that includes platforms such as

A recent Cowen and Co. survey shows us where Amazon ad buyers are spending in the US According to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal (Tuesday 27th November 2018) ‘Amazon’s ad revenue is on pace to double this year to $5.83 billion’.  According to eMarketer, Cowen & Co. ‘expect sales to jump to $28.4 billion over the next five years, that is more than the combined increases in ad revenue for all television networks

Want to give your Amazon Seller’s Account a boost?  Google Ads really work!          As Amazon sellers are seeing additional competition year-on-year, our Amazon selling customers are always looking for additional marketing channels to promote their products! Outside of Amazon’s Manual, Automatic and Sponsored Brands (previous known as Headline Ads), we have found the next best tool to drive qualified traffic to an Amazon Storefront is Google Ads (formerly Google AdWords). Now before you go thinking ‘I need

Amazon Prime Day starts unofficially midday on the 16th of July 2018! Are you caught up in World Cup fever or BBQs in the heatwave?  Then you may need to be reminded that it is just 4 days to the 2018 Amazon Prime Day.  Don’t miss out on deals if you are buying, or campaigns if you are selling. Last week we told you how to benefit if you are buying on Amazon.  Remember the Prime deals

A week later than last year to avoid a clash with the World Cup, and in preparation for the fourth Amazon Prime Day on 17th July, the unofficial start is midday on Monday 16th July.  A whole 36 hours of deals! Amazon Buyer?  Do you have an active Amazon Prime account?  Then great news, you can participate in the annual sales event that is reserved exclusively for account holders. You don’t have an active Amazon Prime account,

If you are selling on Amazon, ebay, Shopify, your own website or a combination, you should be aware that a ‘Keyword’ is a particular word used in the content of your website or sales platform that helps search engines find matches in the relevant search enquiry from potential customers.  For example, if you were looking for ‘salt’, there would be thousands of products in your selection. But then there is the ‘Long Tail Keyword’, where there

Amazon Seller Fees in the UK Increased during April 2018! We all know that your actual profit from selling online can be significantly reduced once the various fees are taken into consideration – storage fees, fulfilment fees, and maybe long-term storage or removals. Why pay such inflated costs when there are alternatives?  You are obviously aware that Amazon increased their fees last month, so what better time to ‘shop around’.  The savings can be quite dramatic, putting

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