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We are feeling very blessed this year. Great year for us, we were very please that we passed 2007 sales in July of this year, so 5 additional good months and things are looking great, I hope it keeps up for 2009. Don`t have final figures yet, but I bet we are close to doubling 2007 figures! WOO HOO!!!!
Of course, I wasn`t thinking WOO HOO as I sat and answered call after call from people wanting to order on Monday and Tuesday and wanting to see if we could RUSH everything!!! Boy was it crazy, but, we got it all out. . . last trip to FedEx got in just under the deadline, everyone should have had their stuff!
I know this may sound like I am tooting my company’s horn, but I thought many SUN members would like to know the following. At least it is one way to deal with hard
For a little different perspective on this forum post topic, I can let you in on what many of our Internet retail customers are reporting now that the holidays are over. We had many of our customers tell us that they did so well last year that they did not want their competition to know that they use our methods and products. Weird comment but it is true!
If you are interested in seeing what one of our customers had to say, there is a story being featured at featured at Endicia.com and our web site this month. You can go to one of these sites or see it directly by visiting:
Basically many of our customers were successful in 2008 by expanding their markets and closing more sales by adjusting how they dealt with shipping costs when closing the sale at their web site, then op
In addition to this, we have also noticed that there seems to be an improvement in volumes shipped in January 2009 over those seen in January 2008 for our customers. This improvement is in the 1-2% range. I feel this up-tick this is not only our methods but the economy may be doing a little better too. I just hope it holds up!
Sudznbubbles, how has on-line sales been for the last 60 days? Our customers continue to see a 1-2% increase over last year at the same