This site offers a refreshingly clean design aesthetic – making the shopping experience intuitive and enjoyable.
I created Blissful Bubs as a side-project after selling my own fashion-marketing business towards the end of last year. Following over 3 months and hundreds of hours of research, design and development, the store was finally launched in November 2017. In the same month I returned full-time to the workforce, and as such have been unable to give Blissful Bubs the time and effort it needs to mature.
There is no doubt the store has the ability to provide a remarkable passive income to somebody that can devote around 10-15hrs a week to market the store to its full capacity; less if the services of a virtual assistant are adopted. With a full-time schedule since launch, I have been unable to spend more than an hour over the weekend on the store – the reason I am selling my little ‘baby’.
The store format allows you to work around other commitments and would suit a mother or father with young children, or anybody that has the passion and time to spend on a project involving children’s and baby clothing. You simply spend a few minutes processing sales daily and occasionally a few hours a week adding new products. The rest of the time is dedicated to marketing and promoting.
With the sale comes the URL, the web-site itself (with over USD1000 spent on customisation), social media accounts (FB, Instagram and Pinterest), optimised SEO, bought campaign images (used on the site) and custom logo. There is no physical inventory as the store utilises drop-shipping. This means there is no need for additional investment into stock – you only buy what you sell after you have sold it!
The store was born truly global. From conception I utilised the services of a new technology (initially in beta stage, it has now been fully launched) that flawlessly allows customers from around the world to shop in their native currency and then pay and be billed in this native currency. This makes the customer much more comfortable shopping and browsing the store and therefore much more likely to complete a purchase.
I have programmed the site to only ship to select countries (those that receive cheap and fast shipping from suppliers). These countries include: Australia, Canada, Great Britain, Israel, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, the United States and select countries of the European Union (Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal and Spain). Different rules and prices can be applied to individual locations and the customer is not aware that the site is customising to them - it really is completely seamless. All the rules and backend programming have been applied to ensure maximum profit, however I am willing to walk the new owner through the process and introduce them to the very helpful developers.
With a little investment in time and advertising the store has the potential to be extremely profitable with minimal effort. All the hard work has been done and the site is ready to market. Vendors have been vetted and there is the ability to extend the product offer into accessories, toys, footwear etc. Anything relating to kids or babies.
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