On top of all of the usual stuff such as content, files, social media accounts, etc, the seller will introduce the buyer to the suppliers.
An Australian based eCommerce site created in June 2015 under the transportation niche. This online store sells covers for a certain type of vehicle. There is a fair amount of work required to run this business, anywhere from 6-8 hours, depending on the amount of volume for that particular week, making this site a good fit for a DIY David. If the new owner would like, they can shift the day-to-day tasks on to a VA or employee, making it more hands off. But as it stands, this is a nice little business to run for someone looking to replace their current job, while still leaving themselves enough bandwidth to take on some more work if they desire.
Expert AdWords advertising would increase traffic and sales.
This industry in Australia is only growing due to all the "baby boomers" retiring and buying this certain type of vehicle.
The seller also has a large email list that is untapped of about 1,700 subscribers and this has potential to promote other products and services as the new owner sees fit.
The main risk with this eCommerce business is that the main suppliers run out of stock from time to time. However, to date, the seller's suppliers have been great with only minimal interruptions in supply, if at all.
Work & Skills Required
Daily tasks include fulfilling orders, emailing customers, making follow up calls to customers as required, checking AdWords account, uploading blog posts as required, Facebook updates as required.
Mondays usually takes around 2 hours because of the weekend sales and inquires. But other than that, it usually takes 1 hour per day for the other 4 days of the work week (Monday-Friday).