Sportifiers - Sports Merchandise store with extra focus on Soccer//Association Footbal National Team Jerseys.
The store was initially started during the World Cup 2018 with the intention to be continued after the event is over, but due to other project we are now looking for a new owner, who would like to maintain it and continue the work we have put on the brand.
We use a mixture of Print-on-Demand (via Printful) and Dropshipping, so we hold no inventory. The business model is very lean and it allows huge profit margins for anyone passionate about sports and having general capabilities in digital marketing.
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Do you work with any employees, freelancers, or contractors?
The freelance we hire is located in Netherland and is taking care of the instagram followers to reach more followers and grow the brand awareness.
Why should someone buy this store?
Everything is setup for this store to be profitable and have a great branding and logo, it's been visually improved and the product page was also improved to have more easily readable content and optimise the sales. I'm selling the store for the simple reason I'm operating other stores and don't have the time to manage it at the moment.
How can the future owner improve the business?
Improve the social media and Google ads campaigns, automate Mailchimp and Privy to engage the existing customers and subscribers. Make ongoing SEO optimisation for a better organic reach.
What work have you put into the store?
Social Media, Dropified has been installed and setup, Printfull installed and setup, Order Tracker.
- Boundless Theme Product Page Customizations have been added;
- Professional photo-shoot with the existing products;
- SEO on pictures, links, tags and all important elements in control;
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