Last minute tips for maximising Christmas sales

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If you’re after some last minute tips to tweak your Christmas sales you’ve got a choice of two webinars today both of which start at 7pm UK time. One covers the hottest selling items this year and the other strategies to increase your sales.

Matt and Denise from showing how to do your Christmas research. They’ll review top five research tips that can help identify which products you need to get last minute orders in for and show how to identify last minute Christmas opportunities for your eBay business.

If it’s too late for you to order more stock then join Scot Wingo from ChannelAdvisor for “10 Last-Minute Strategies to Put the Zing in your Holiday Sales“. He’ll be covering e-commerce trends and up-to-date holiday sales forecasts; Q3 highlights for eBay, Amazon, and Google and predicted trends; an overview of comparison shopping changes heading into the holidays; and ten last-minute tactical, real-world strategies you can implement to maximise sales at the busiest time of year.

Disclosure: Terapeak and ChannelAdvisor advertise with TameBay

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