How to sell bike online in 5 steps
Create your brand using a business name generator and logo maker (if you have not decided) then choose a theme to suit your branding.
Upload your product images and descriptions to showcase your products to drive conversions.
Connect to Shopboxo Delivery and use delivery service providers that has been integrated into the system.
Choose from multiple payment gateways and e-wallets (Gcash, Maya, GrabPay) to receive payments from your customers securely.
Market your brand through social media platforms, email marketing, and other marketing channels to boost sales.
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Make mass edits in batches when uploading your products, or updating your order statuses. Save time by managing your inventory in one platform.
Unified delivery system
Our platform makes it easy to schedule and fulfill deliveries all in one place, without the need to visit multiple websites for shipping quotes.
Shopboxo ensures that all payments are collected and deposited safely into your bank account, eliminating the need for your customers to worry about manual bank transfers.
Work on any device
Manage your store on any device. You can publish your inventory on desktop at the comfort of your home or on your mobile on-the-go.
Learn more about selling bikes online
Carousell can be a good place to start as there are private sellers selling their pre-owned bikes on the platform. Alternatively, you can create your own online bike store using ecommerce builder like Shopboxo to sell your bikes online.
To set a competitive pricing for the bikes you sell, always conduct research on the prices of similar bikes being sold by other sellers to get an idea of the price range. If you plan to sell pre-owned bikes, factor in the condition of it before setting the price.
If you are selling your bikes on online marketplaces, they have already done the groundwork for you with their wide audience reach. However, always dabble into social media marketing and influencer marketing to promote your brand and online bike store to build that traction.
Like any other businesses, you need to register your business name and VAT (Value-Added-Tax) before you can operate. And if you are selling on online marketplaces, they have terms of services that you need to comply. Also make sure that the bikes you are selling online are in compliance with all relevant laws and regulations, including bike registration, emission and safety standards.
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