This is a great time to sell shoes in your online store and you can undercut brick and mortar sores and boutiques. Deciding what kind of shoes you will sell is your first priority. Do you want to sell childrenís, menís or womenís shoes? Are you interested in designer shoes or mass produced shoes. If you donít have a lot of starting funds, then higher-end leather and designer shoes for instance, Italian shoes arenít your market.
But you can do well in the mass-produced tennis shoe, flip-flops, sandals, and other lower-end shoes. The person that buys Italian shoes wonít frequent an online store that sells mass produced shoes from China.
But if you have a boutique and a high-end shoe supplier thinks you have the right image for their shoes you can sell for them.
So decide what niche you want to be in and your other decisions about your business flows from there. You can specialize in running, walking, and sports shoes, childrenís shoes, menís dress shoes or womenís casual shoes. When you have a market picked youíll be able to determine what kind of advertising will work for promoting your shoe business. The way to sell your shoes to your niche market at a price that will sell them easily is to locate the right wholesaler to buy your stock from.
Many sites are selling shoes and their prices vary. In the wholesale arena you can discover vendors selling at the lowest prices around, plus, those of better quality at these good prices. You can purchase wholesale shoes by bulk, pallets, and during closeouts. A lot of retail stores clear their shelves seasonally to get in the new winter or summer shoes and liquidators get them and sell them cheaply.
A search of the Internet for shoe wholesalers, liquidators, bulk shoes, or discount shoes brings up the information that you want. One more way to find shoes at the wholesale prices your looking for is to go to a site like a business-to-business site where you can make comparisons of the offers. You can see the prices, shipping costs, sale items, and read the feedback from other customers. Feedback from other customers is a good source for learning the reputation of a vendor. Wholesale directories are great for discovering the vendor you want to deal with.
When you find the vendor or supplier you think you want to deal with see if you can contact them by phone. Go over the terms and conditions of the supplier. Read the small print. See if he listed with the Better Business Bureau or is verified by the site you located him on.
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