How to sell solar panels 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 solar panels online
You can source solar panels from manufacturers or suppliers based in the Philippines, or you can import them from other countries. It’s important to ensure that the panels you source meet the Philippine government’s safety and quality standards. Look for suppliers that have the necessary certifications, such as TÜV Rheinland, and do your due diligence to verify their reputation and track record.
Marketing strategies for your online solar panel business in the Philippines can include social media advertising, search engine optimisation (SEO), content marketing, and influencer outreach. It’s essential to understand your target audience and tailor your messaging and tactics to reach them effectively. Consider partnering with organisations that promote sustainable energy, such as environmental groups or renewable energy advocacy organisations.
Yes, it’s important to register your online business with the appropriate government agencies in the Philippines. This includes registering with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR). You may also need to obtain additional permits and certifications, such as a license from the Philippine Contractors Accreditation Board (PCAB) if you’re offering installation services.
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