The Wooden Watch Company was set up in June 2017 with a view to selling stylish wooden watches at a reasonable price, along with an engraving service. The watches are dropshipped and we also hold a small amount of stock which we can despatch on a next day service. Were selling the company as we need to concentrate on a new venture. The site is on page one for Wooden Watch and many other related keywords with us holding the top No1 position until very recently. We have done NO advertising so all figures are with no overheads other than the running of the site. The busiest months are still yet to come with Black Friday and Christmas being a really good time of year, especially with a good organic google position.
Financials and traffic
Great margins as the site has very few overheads. Only a couple of hours work each week processing orders.
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Value of inventory
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We spent £1000 on photography as a one off expense at start up.
(ie. Mailchimp, apps)
(ie. Adwords, Facebook ads, etc.)
Willing to ship inventory
Willing to transfer relationships with suppliers
What’s included in the sale
Logo and branding assets
Social media accounts
Personal support after sale
Q & A
Why should someone buy this store?
No overheads, Very little time spent on the business but if you increase marketing time you will really see a boost in sales. We've spent 0hrs on marketing so far.
How can the future owner improve the business?
Facebook Marketing, mail campaigns, adwords, etc...
What work have you put into the store?
Built the site, selected key products that sell. Photographed them properly and named them appropriately. Built a connection with nature which people love. A lot of time spent on the structure and layout of the store. SEO has been worked on organically and has achieved a great position on page 1 for the UK
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