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$15,000USD
  • Avg. Revenue /month
    $6,729USD
  • Avg. Sessions /month781
  • Avg. Profit /month
    $1,200USD
Time to run this business: approximately 3 hours per week
Traffic and Performance
  • Avg. Revenue /month
    $6,729USD
  • Avg. Sessions /month781
  • Avg. Profit /month
    $1,200USD
  • Profit Margin15%
  • Avg. Sales /month8
Traffic and Revenue data comes directly from Shopify and can not be edited by the seller.
Recent traffic
32,830Sessions
Recent revenue
$282,627USD
Expenses
  • Shopify plan
    $100USD
    /month
  • Domain
    $0.83USD
    /month
Sale Includes
  • Physical inventory

    Not Included

  • Logo and branding assets

  • Social media accounts

  • Personal support after sale

  • Domain

  • Product photos

Description

General description

This listing is for a dropshipping site created in May 2016 in the B2B furniture niche. Specifically, specialized technology furniture for small business, medical, education, and government customers. Most customers are acquired through Google Shopping campaigns (Product Listing Ads). All manufacturers and customers are based in the United States.

Why should someone buy this store?

Store has been profitable year-over-year for 3+ years. Monthly revenue looks inconsistent, but the site has a proven track record. Repeat Customers - Many customers buy once, and simply order more equipment because they've done business with the store before. (insert number) Price insensitive Customers - Customers are often instructed by a manager to procure the equipment Easy/Low Maintenance Customers - Average customer is an admin/secretary that just needs to order equipment because their manager told them too. They typically already understand the product they need and just look for part numbers. November is coming up - historically Nov + Dec are great months for sales. Business customers have money left to spend form their budget for the year. So customers are looking to deplete budget and buy equipment before EOY. Store has never experienced credit card fraud. Identity thieves would rather buy surfboards.

How can the future owner improve the business?

Hire a full-time VA to add more products - Seller recommends product line expansion. 4+ vendor product lines are ready to be uploaded and the niche is endless. Seller never had enough time or attention to do this. Assign a part-time VA to fulfillment and customer service - A buyer could easily assign fulfillment and customer service to a VA team member, especailly if they have similar experience. Facebook Ads - Seller as never attempted facebook ads but has had a pixel on the site for years. Retargeting especially could be an easy win. Content Marketing - There are multiple sub-niches in this industry with opportunity to drive organic traffic to the site with SEO techniques (not the seller's specialty) Email Marketing - Seller has rarely ran promotional emails to current list. This could be a great opportunity considering repeat customers contribute to over half of revenue. Experiment with Pricing - There is most likely opportunity to raise prices, alter pricing/shipping structure, or run promotions. Seller never experimented with this. Distributors - Some suppliers are distributors, offering product lines from multiple vendors, making product expansion easier. Seller has an SOP for uploading products via CSV from the largest distributer.

What work have you put into the store?

Uploading Products - seller is willing to show buyer his method for uploading products in bulk Google Shopping Campaigns - These have been tweaked to profitability Custom Theme and Design