Posts Tagged ‘Inventory’
There’s nothing more frustrating than selling an item online and not being able to find it quickly and easily. How you store your items will depend on what those items are and the space limitations you face. Most of us work from our homes and have to be creative, not only when designing and making the items we sell, but also in how we store those items. I asked Zibbet sellers to share some of their product storage tips. Here’s what they had to say… (more…)
Last week I took a look at how to export your item data from your Zibbet shop and suggested that you use that as the starting place for creating a spreadsheet to keep track of your inventory. Today, I’d like to talk more about how you can customize your spreadsheet to meet your particular inventory management needs.
Start by exporting your data as a CSV file and opening it in a (more…)
Keeping track of inventory can be a challenge, especially if you have hundreds or thousands of items. Accurate and easy to understand records of your inventory are important for insurance purposes and for efficient fulfillment of orders. There are two basic components of managing your inventory: a written record of what you have and the physical storage of your products. While many accounting programs such as (more…)
Last week, we took a fun look back at all of the fantastic changes and growth that Zibbet experienced in 2010. Now that we’re several days into 2011, I thought we should take a few minutes to think about setting some attainable goals for the next twelve months. I’d rather set goals than make “resolutions” because resolutions seem to be quickly forgotten or broken. Goals should be attainable, measurable (more…)
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