Our store is an apparel based store in the womens chic and boho style. Very summer appropriate for the season, which we started in a combination of love for style and the great ease of the dropshipping model.
The store was created at the end of April and we, having full time jobs were not able to put in the time for it so it fell by the way-side. We have put money and time into the domain set up, and site layout from shipping to returns to polices. We especially have spent time importing great products and including their listing descriptions. The site really is plug and play at this point.
We are at the point of launching advertising campaigns and actually marketing the products. Which is simple and easy to do- from there the customer base will be more vibrant. We have not done any launches with the apparel and new look of the site, we really only got as far at setting up everything so it is ready to be launched.
We are only selling the site because unfortunately i have accepted an even more time consuming job and do not think I will be able to properly launch this site at this time in life.
There has still been a lot of effort in the set up process and you could save yourself the hassles of all the tedious small details- rather buy a site that is ready for launch and easy to tweak as you see fit. It really is ready for the fun stages of an dropshipping site. great products have been sourced and listed for you already to gt you started. Now it is about advertising and reaping the rewards.
How can the future owner improve the business?
It is at the point of just testing products and scaling the good ones. A future owner could improve by diversifying the products and the great thing about Orphii Bazaar is that is can be a general store or niche specific depending on what you would prefer. There is total flexibility with the way we have set up the brand.
What work have you put into the store?
A lot of time in setting up the site, sourcing good apps to make it run smoothly, policies and all the finer details that are laborious and take up valuable time. We have spent hours sourcing great products with high sales and top reviews from existing customers. We have done all the product descriptions which is tedious and time consuming. Everything is set up and ready to launch at this point- all the boring background work has been completed and it is just plug and play from now.
How many hours does it take to run this business per week?
I am a 27 year old who wanted to learn how to set up a site and understand Ecommerce more, as I find it to be easy to get in to and be passionate about whilst returns allow you for a nomadic lifestyle. However i have chosen to focus my energy on a different industry all together for now.