Dynamic prices like in the continuous market

Dynamic pricing
I’m always struck by the number of people who sit in front of the stock exchange monitors in my city. It’s a way of passing a time, like the trainspotters of the past. They’re not only observers; some of them are also able to detect patterns of behaviour in stocks and temporary trading scenarios, “gambling” a few euros pay for the day’s coffee. This is a bit of fun for the retired fans of the continuous market that entertains them because the pricing dynamics... + read more

What is Amazon FBA? FBA vs FBM

FBA Amazon que es
Amazon FBA is a logistics system that the marketplace offers its sellers to facilitate the international distribution of their products. With the FBA (Fulfillment by Amazon) programme, any retailer can store their products in Amazon warehouses, assigning both the transport management and customer service to the marketplace to optimise distribution. Unlike the FBM (Fulfillment by Merchant) model, where each merchant manages their logistics themselves, FBA allows sellers better management of the... + read more

Bundle pricing: the advantages of a pack pricing strategy

Bundle pricing
Selling products as a pack is one of the most common eCommerce strategies of all, found everywhere from groceries to consumer goods to software packages. This sales system allows you to adjust your prices to structural, shipping, and logistics costs, creating a better deal for your potential customer.  Bundle pricing is about optimising these pack pricing strategies, analysing which are the best products to combine and the variations in price with which they can be marketed,... + read more

What is a cost-plus pricing strategy like?

Cost-plus pricing strategies are the most common in all areas of business. Nevertheless, they might not be the most suitable for eCommerce businesses or other types of online resellers. Competition in the digital world is brutal and with users that are increasingly sensitive to price comparisons, you must develop the right strategy to keep ahead of the competition while ensuring your profit margin. Raising your prices using the classic production cost formula is a legitimate way to maintain... + read more

The sadness of seeing an empty store: demand management

It makes me enormously sad to see an empty store or one with the staff in the doorway waiting for customers to enter. The excitement with which an entrepreneur opens a commercial premise is cut short due to a lack of knowledge of how to manage demand, not only of how to generate the same. How many times have you entered a store, a bar, a restaurant, or a museum and haven’t been able to stay, shop, or receive good service due to the number of customers present? I suppose that this has... + read more