This listing includes a second store. The data provided is only for the original store, Freeride Electrics. The second store is also a Shopify store called Freeride Electrics Jr. These stores dropship a variety of electric rideables such as electric skateboards, bike, scooters, hoverboards, and go carts. I entered this niche because I found the products to be fun and innovative, but I am unable to work on growing these stores due to other ventures. Facebook and Pinterest pages have been created and Klayvio is used for abandon carts and email marketing, but the majority of the traffic has come from Google Shopping ads. Freeride Electrics opened in July 2017, and Freeride Electrics Jr opened in September 2017.
Financials and traffic
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Expenses also include processing fees from Shopify Payment, Paypal, or Amazon Payments. The stores also use Signifyd for fraud prevention which takes 1% of the sale price.
The fun and innovation is what attracted me to the niche. Many of the product lines, especially longboards and bikes are really beginning to capture a lot of interest.
How can the future owner improve the business?
The sources of free or less expensive traffic can be easily improved for these stores. Efforts in SEO, social media, and email marketing have been minimal. There is also products from multiple vendors that have not yet been added.
How many hours does it take to run this business per week?