Tech Gadgets Source Puts Out Guide For First Time Ecommerce Sellers
06/23/2010

Tech gadgets supplier Chinavasion has put out a useful 10 step guide for anybody interested in selling tech gadgets online.

Online PR News – 23-June-2010 – – Shenzhen, Guangdong ( onlineprnes.com ) June 23, 2010 – 'desk jockeys' interested in breaking away from the rat race and selling tech gadgets for a living have been given a hand up by wholesale electronics supplier Chinavasion (http://www.chinavasion.com/index.php/cName/electronic-gadgets/).

The electronics dropship supplier has put out an easy-to-follow tech gadgets guide.

People starting out a new career will often atone to the difficulty of selling things through eBay or other online auction sites.

According to many 68-80% of new businesses fail within the first 12 months of operation and anecdotal evidence suggests that ecommerce businesses are in the higher range of that list.

According to Rose Li, PR manager for tech gadgets supplier, Chinavasion, it doesn't necessarily have to be this way as there are strong indicator in the electronics industry.

"Suppliers with low to no MOQ requirements and low costs are emerging, demand is still extremely strong for a wide number of electronic gadgets," according to Chinavasion's Rose Li.

"Most of the new businesses are failing just because operators make a few simple mistakes then feel it is better to get out while costs are still low."

To reverse this trend and increase the number of successful tech gadget sellers online electronics gadget supplier Chinavasion has released a comprehensive two-part guide on selling online for people getting into the industry.

Chinavasion's Rose Li said it was the least the China wholesale firm could do after enjoying so much support from work from home businesspeople.

"Chinavasion has seen many resellers go from level 0 to level four powerseller in just a few years," according to Chinavasion's Rose Li. "Chinavasion has grown with them and it wants to see the electronics ecommerce industry continue to grow."

Chinavasion's Rose Li said the two biggest mistakes made by people getting into ecommerce was caused by lack of care.

"Failure to research the market, not having the right disclaimers and conditions in place, these are common mistakes that are easy to avoid."

According to Chinavasion's Rose Li Chinavasion has a long history of helping dropshippers and resellers grow their business either through eBay or eBay alternatives.

"With Chinavasion's low prices, fast shipping, 12 month warranty, and high QC and customer service standards it is easy to see why it’s the first stop for people trying to sell tech gadgets for the first time."