Full details for apparel designs and manufacturers.
Full disclosure of current and potential wholesale clients.
Social profiles – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook group, Youtube channel.
Email list – 3,988 (as of 12/19/15).
Master list of potential advertising partners (we advertise on their site).
12 month social media strategy.
Database of future product ideas and recommendations.
An eCommerce and affiliate monetized two-site package created under the sports and apparel niche. This business serves as a marketplace and review center for a specific type of martial art apparel that is integral for the sport to be played. The three sites function as one business and rely on one another to maintain their solid earnings. These sites have shown a stability and consistency for many years now, which is one of the many positives of this long standing business. There are many ways in which to grow and improve these sites, and the current owner would like to see the same passion, care, and dedication exhibited by the new owner when taking over these sites. These sites are a great fit for a DIY David or a Lifestyle Larry who would like to get involved in a business and community that they they are familiar with or interested in getting to know.
Backlinking and SEO – Seller has never built backlinks and despite a lot of posts on the site, they are not currently optimized for SEO. This means more organic traffic and higher affiliate payments.
Advertising - Bring on more advertising partners using the leads and scripts provided.
Adsense – Seller never applied Google AdSense to the site and with its solid traffic numbers, it may be profitable.
Giveaways - Focus more on giveaways to build the mailing list – working with advertising partners and doing a monthly or bi-monthly giveaway to continue building up the mailing list.
Dropshipping - Pursue drop-shipping of all apparel with a major retailer with whom the seller already has a relationship with. Focus more on wholesale relationships versus retail. Higher payout for the work involved.
Work & Skills Required
Check email for customer service questions. – 30 minutes
Check in with blog writers via email to discuss upcoming posts and deadlines. – 30 minutes
Print, pack, and ship orders. – 2 hours
Check in with manufacturers working on current projects - 30 minutes
Que social media posts in Buffer – 1 hour
Batch message potential sponsors – 1 hour
Plan out apparel line, coordinate with artists and manufacturers – 30 hours
Seller Support Includes
Seller is willing to provide:
Unlimited email support for 30 days.
2 x 1-hour phone calls in the first 30 days.
1x 1-hour phone call at 90 days.
Reason for Sale
Seller is starting a new business in another location.