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The solution is to sell things that the others including all your competitors and Google and Amazon, Wal-Mart, Sears, Costco, Home Depot etc can't get..
Or that they don't want to get involved with, or are so unique / unusual that the others leave the niche* to you..
*One can make great deal of money by being in / manufacturing / selling / providing, "niche" products and or services..
There are a limited amount of products in our industry
joined:Nov 18, 2011
Could you explain this further? Was their some recent government action against this?
Next year we will launch a product, but we will have this policy that no big company will get a cheaper price then a small company,
Occasionally I'll email them and tell them - I'm sure they don't appreciate it; I rarely get a response.
This news is like a dagger in the heart for small ecommerce stores like me. Amazon is hard enough to fight but what's going to happen when you have these to giants in the same war competing against all of us small shops.
Google is looking into retailers and shippers about deploying a new system that would enable online shoppers to have same-day or next-day delivery for a low fee.
If successful, the speedy delivery system could pose a serious threat to Amazon.com the leading seller of online goods.
[edited by: bwnbwn at 7:04 pm (utc) on Dec 13, 2011]
joined:Jan 7, 2010
My biggest searches are cheap widgets, cheapest widgets, cheap widgets with free shipping so if I got those I might as well see if I can convert. This will be my new year launch to much going on now.
While Google is best known for its leading search service, it has increasingly moved into other areas of the Internet, including in recent years music, cloud computing, mobile pay and mapping.