Online shopping carts are no more restricted to those small windows, gallery of shopping counters, where you chose and pay through the gate, finally product reaches your doorstep. Change is inevitable, so ecommerce trends are also changing. Online shopping has taken a giant leap in the last decade since its inception in 1979, by Michael Aldrich.
Now you can do more than buying, you can actually sell your scrap items or those old stuffs easily and earn good revenues besides fetching the new ones. To sell an item you have a huge number of selling platforms to assist. Not just the ecommerce stores, you now have access to Twitter, Google Product Search, Facebook, YouTube, MySpace or LivingSocial. Here are some of the social spaces that help to make online selling easy and less cumbersome.
Yes, online selling is no more restricted to Amazon, eBay or Craiglist, you have powerful social tools and platforms to make you selling object reach out to a larger space. Whether new or old, the stuff is going to have different platform to display their charisma and sell with profits.
Here is a humorous guide to ecommerce shopping in the recent day, check out the infographic from CPCStrategy below –