I started this business about 4 months ago because of our fascination with the e-commerce business model and to help customers find unique products they otherwise wouldn't come across on their own on the internet. I've built an awesome, custom designed storefront that is turnkey and ready to be taken over by the next owner. What will be included in the sale is the domain name, email account and social media accounts, which include Facebook and Instagram. Our business model is dropshipping and we have a unique way of sourcing proven products that generate revenue. Our only method of acquiring customers has been through Facebook Advertising, so for the industrious entrepreneur the sky is the limit because we have not utilized any other customer acquisition channels including email marketing. Our only recurring costs are $105.00 and that is via the apps purchased on shopify to run the business. I recently received a new employment opportunity, which unfortunately has led to me not being able to focus on the business anymore. This is why I'm selling this turnkey operation to an entrepreneur, who wants to pick up where I left out.
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All of the components are in place for this store to continue making money. The website is custom designed, social media accounts are set up to engage with followers, email marketing has been untapped.
How can the future owner improve the business?
The future owner can utilize other traffic channels to bring in more revenue through the store such as Email marketing, PPC, Blogging, Social Media Influencers, etc...
What work have you put into the store?
I've set the store up in a manner where the next owner just needs to place ads for the products that they want to sell.
How many hours does it take to run this business per week?