You may think you know what you’re doing when it comes to ecommerce.
After all, you know you’re selling a product, not a product itself.
You’re probably familiar with the “you’re just buying something” argument.
It goes like this: “Well, you’re buying something because it’s not your product.”
That’s what the company is selling.
You might think, “well, what if I’m not even a customer of that company?
Or maybe the company I’m buying from isn’t your actual customer.
Or maybe it’s just a friend.”
In that case, you’d need to have a different opinion on what is a customer and what isn’t.
What if I don’t want to spend $30 to buy a piece of software, but rather want to buy the software because I’m curious about it?
You’d have to think a bit more about what’s the value of the product and what’s not.
For this reason, many people will try to make a quick buck by selling their own product.
But that’s a mistake.
Most products aren’t worth much.
You could do a lot worse than selling your own product for $10 or $20, especially if you’re a software developer.
When you make a deal with a third party, the seller gets to make an offer.
In return, the buyer gets a good deal.
The seller may offer a cheaper price than the one you were quoted, but the buyer also gets the full product.
If you want to get the most bang for your buck, you can get an online marketplace to sell your product for you.
But the marketplace doesn’t get to set the price.
If the price goes down, the market will not be able to make it go up.
There are also other ways to make money from a product.
It’s a good idea to check out a few online marketplaces before you decide on a seller.
There might be a discount or coupon that you can use.
But don’t assume the marketplace will offer the best deal.
The best thing you can do is shop around.
You can do it from your browser or you can try searching for a seller on Google or Bing.
And remember, you don’t have to buy your product if you don.
But if you want something cheap, you better make sure it’s the best you can afford.
For more on ecommerce, check out this post.