Which Is The Best Online Marketplace Ecommerce Website To Sell Products in India and Why

Hi everyone, if you are new to online business and wants to know which is the best online marketplace website in India to sell products then you should see this video because I am going to discuss why based on certain parameters.

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We all do online shopping and most of us know our favorite or best online shopping website to buy products but in this video tutorial we are talking about which is the best online ecommerce marketplace website to sell products online. It is not easy to judge this unless you have thorough knowledge and experience on using these marketplace websites. All this while I have shown how to sell products online, how to sell on amazon, how to sell on flipkart, how to sell on ebay, how to sell on snapdeal, how to sell on paytm, and how to sell on shopclues but now I am going to tell you some of the facts about these websites which will help you to decide which is the best website to sell products and why?

So the parameters that I am considering are as followed:

SALES VOLUME: If we speak about sales volume then amazon will give the best sales volume considering that it has wider reach and does lot of advertisements in India. Followed by flipkart, snapdeal, paytm, shopclues and ebay. (please note that these sequences are based on my personal experience)

COMMISSION: If we talk about commission the ebay will be best in terms of commission because their commission structure becomes fixed once you get good sales volume. They will give you a fixed commission rate so that you can do more business in ebay hence I have ranked 1. That’s followed by amazon, flipkart, shopclues, paytm and snapdeal. Snapdeal has the worst commission rates and it becomes way to difficult to sell on snapdeal. (please note that these sequences are based on my personal experience)

RETURNS: Amazon has the highest return rates and ebay the least. So you can decide where you want to sell products online and make more pofit. Paytm is number 2 followed by shopclues, snapdeal, and flipkart. So the best is ebay and the worst is amazon. (please note that these sequences are based on my personal experience)

EASY TO USE: Yes, again its ebay because they have a very simple process to use their system and well managed. Amazon comes next followed by flipkart, snapdeal, paytm and shopclues. (please note that these sequences are based on my personal experience)

POLICY: This is very important because policy is something based on what you decide to make it a career. If the policy is not seller centric and rotates only around consumers then it becomes very difficult to sell products online in any of these ecommerce websites. So if we speak about policy then ebay has the best one followed by shopclues, paytm, amazon, flipkart and snapdeal. (please note that these sequences are based on my personal experience)

SELLER SERVICE: In this parameter I have ranked ebay again. Its not that I have been paid by ebay but I just love their marketplace because of so many reasons. Next is flipkart, snapdeal, amazon, paytm and shopclues. (please note that these sequences are based on my personal experience)

PROFIT: The ultimate point and it decides everything. So if you want to sell online without making any profit then you can sell on any website keeping the lowest price but if you wish to get some profit without much hassle and confusion then ebay is the best. Amazon comes next followed by flipkart, shopclues, paytm and snapdeal. This profit is derived based on the commission and returns which are very critical points.

I hope that you will be able to derive to a conclusion and decide which is the best online ecommerce website in India based on these parameters now. As I said its based on my personal view so you can take your own discretion and take decisions accordingly.

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How To Build A Two-Sided Marketplace | Dan Martell

Interested in building a marketplace startup like Uber? Then you’ll want to watch this. All great two-sided marketplace company (Ebay, Uber, Airbnb, Instacart, etc) follow these principles. In this video, I share 3 strategies to improve your chance of being successful.

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Here are the 3 things to look after in order to build a successful marketplace:

1) Deciding if you’re a version 1.0, 2.0, or 3.0 marketplace?
2) Starting with an uncomfortably narrow niche in the beginning.
3) Cracking the customer demand side of the marketplace first.

Missing one of these 3 strategies could cause you to spend time focusing on the wrong part of your business and potentially failing before you get to escape velocity.

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ABOUT DAN MARTELL
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Dan Martell is an award-winning Canadian entrepreneur and founder of Clarity, a venture-backed startup that makes it easy to connect with top business minds over the phone. He previously co-founded Flowtown, a San Francisco-based social marketing product which raised funding, grew to over 50,000 small business customers and was eventually acquired by Demandforce in 2011. In 2012, he was named Canada’s top angel investor having completed over 33 investments with companies like Udemy, Intercom, and Unbounce. He believes “you can only keep what you give away” and is heavily involved in many charitable organizations & community events.
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How To Build A Two-Sided Marketplace | Dan Martell

How To Build A Two-Sided Marketplace | Dan Martell

Interested in building a marketplace startup like Uber? Then you’ll want to watch this. All great two-sided marketplace company (Ebay, Uber, Airbnb, Instacart, etc) follow these principles. In this video, I share 3 strategies to improve your chance of being successful.

+ Join me on FB: http://FB.com/DanMartell
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+ Tweet me: http://twitter.com/danmartell
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Here are the 3 things to look after in order to build a successful marketplace:

1) Deciding if you’re a version 1.0, 2.0, or 3.0 marketplace?
2) Starting with an uncomfortably narrow niche in the beginning.
3) Cracking the customer demand side of the marketplace first.

Missing one of these 3 strategies could cause you to spend time focusing on the wrong part of your business and potentially failing before you get to escape velocity.

—————————————-
ABOUT DAN MARTELL
—————————————-

Dan Martell is an award-winning Canadian entrepreneur and founder of Clarity, a venture-backed startup that makes it easy to connect with top business minds over the phone. He previously co-founded Flowtown, a San Francisco-based social marketing product which raised funding, grew to over 50,000 small business customers and was eventually acquired by Demandforce in 2011. In 2012, he was named Canada’s top angel investor having completed over 33 investments with companies like Udemy, Intercom, and Unbounce. He believes “you can only keep what you give away” and is heavily involved in many charitable organizations & community events.