I went with automotive industry but this could fall under Sports & Rec also. I launched this store last year when my 9-5 job allowed the extra time. I've accepted a position recently that will take up all of my spare time.
This store sells aftermarket parts & accessories to the UTV industry. Since launching in July 2016 I have acquired dealer accounts with Fuel Offroad, Trinity Racing, Super ATV, Rocky Mtn ATV, RT Pro, Ryfab, S3 Powersports & SidexSide Audio. The list of brands available is to long to list.
I have vendor accounts for advertising on the largest Polaris RZR forum & 2nd largest growing UTV forums which also has very large Facebook groups. This business's Facebook page is currently at 1,446 "Likes" with 1,464 followers & has a 4.9/5 stars from 9 reviews which is where most of my advertising has taken place. Facebook messenger app from Shopify is also connected which helped greatly in the total of sales.
SEO is all setup. A Google search of a few popular products pull this website up on the 1st page which is great ranking. (Tusk Warthog tires & Ryfab windshield are 2 you can see for yourself)
Pinterest & Twitter accounts exist also but are seldomly used. 60 Twitter followers & 82 on Pinterest. The website's email is hosted on Dreamhost where the domain was purchased from.
This is strictly drop shipping. Orders would come in & when I had time I would then purchase at my dealer cost and have the item shipped out to the buyer directly from one of the vendor's warehouses listed above. Dealer costs all vary among them.
If you purchase this webstore you get the domain & Dreamhost accounts, all files & pictures I used to create pages, ads, logos.
I've edited the sale price to what Shopify's app suggests. Sorry for any earlier views & the confusion. Since launching July 1st 2016, total sales are $84,600 gross w/COGs at $75k. This price is negotiable.
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