My startup, Bravisa recently introduced a concept called
Personal Online Retailing (POR). Our goal is bring the benefits and
capabilities of online retailing, traditionally enjoyed by corporations to
individual internet users.
Currently, online retailing, though lucrative (high profit margins, recurring revenue, etc.) is not a viable option for most individuals as it is expensive, burdensome, and complex. Bravisa aims to eliminate these barriers and provide free and unfettered access to online retailing for anyone looking to make money online.
We recently launched our beta site. It would be great to get your thoughts/advice on this.
How Bravisa works:
People can visit Bravisa.com to set up their free personal online store. In 3 clicks store owners can add products from Bravisa’s catalog, set their own price markups, and get tools/widgets to attract buyers. Stores can be customized for content, products, and prices. When customers buy products from a store, Bravisa takes care of fulfillment and pays the store owner 100% of their price markup. Since purchases take place in their store, the store owners have complete visibility to all sales. Store owners make recurring retailer-size (20-40%) as opposed to affiliate size (2-8%) earnings. Bravisa is a free service and there is no limit on the number of stores or products.
Bravisa: Personal Online Retailing for all