Creating Bundles to Manage the New Commission Minimum ChargeGeneral Discussion Created 3 years ago | Updated 3 years ago
OOOmolara O Konga Moderator
Dear Seller, As communicated earlier, we will be introducing increased commission charges for better trading and logistics services with N200 capped as the minimum commission charge. For merchants with low-priced products, it is important that you effectively make sales across all products in your store. This you can achieve through Product Bundling. A bundle can consist of two or three products in high demand, sold at a discounted price or products known to have poor sales history and others in high demand. Some advantages of product bundling are: Product Bundling Increases Shipping Speed - You can prepare and send out a package of bundled products quicker than preparing a bunch of separate products and sending them out after gathering them. Product Bundling Increases Sales for less Valued Items - Product bundling helps you rid your stock of slow moving products that may be quite affordable but not popular in the market. Product Bundling Leads to Increase in sales - With product bundling, your buyers can order and purchase products they might not otherwise have considered or purchased. How to Bundle Products for sale: To upload a bundled product, simply arrange the products you are willing to offer as a bundle together, take snapshots of these products together and upload on your SellerHQ ensuring the image being uploaded contains all the products offered in the bundle. Ensure the product title includes all the products in the bundle package. We recommend that all items below N1000 are bundled to enable you achieve your desired margin. Example: For an eye pencil selling at 600, it is advisable that such product is bundled with a similar eye pencil or a Kajal that costs about 800. This way you are able to achieve the desired profit and also pay the Konga Commission. Remember… The New Commission minimum charge of N200 starts on 31st July 2015. Happy Trading!
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