Plush Bridal is a store for bridal wear, party/formal wear for men and women, jewelry and accessories.
This is NOT a Chinese drop shipping store.
The products ARE drop-shipped, however, by different vendors in the US and Europe which make the shipping time quick.
Financials and traffic
These numbers only reflect when the store was open for 5 months. The potential is much greater once someone is working the store. This is an example of it's start up value.
Average overall profit margin
Average number of sales/month
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The expenses you would incur would be based upon the apps that you use. I can go over the apps I use and give advice on any you may want to use based upon your experience level.
I am willing to give you advice on how to leverage your advertising costs and the FB ad costs would be based upon how much time you have to monitor the ads and what type of sales volume you want to do.
This store has been open for a year and has only been active for about 5 months during that time. There is so much potential with this store and it has broad audience potential. The name and theme can be changed if you don't want to have bridal wear at the store or you can take off the other collections to just showcase bridal.
There is already a FB page with followers that can be used to increase the subscription list. There is a blog on the store site that already has a lot of great content on it that you can add to and use to boost posts on the FB page.
How can the future owner improve the business?
This site can be improved in so many ways through social media and paid advertising. Adding more products and collections will increase the audience.
What work have you put into the store?
The store has been set up and active. We aren't doing any advertising at this time and we have received a few organic orders.
How many hours does it take to run this business per week?