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If you’ve ever tried to enhance your residential living space with some “smart home” electronics knows the hurdles of dealing with multiple hubs for each brand’s products. A new hub gadget called Wink tried to solve that problem a couple of years ago releasing its.

When Intel’s original Compute Stick was released awhile ago – many people had pretty big expectations about it. Nevertheless it ended up being a huge upset sales wise. Indeed, the idea of using computer of a USB flash drive was tempting, to say the least. Disadvantages it had though resulted in a mass market rejection (only one USB port?!). But now, with Intel’s second…

Showcasing the items – this is one big trend. Anyways, there is one more huge, tough ordeal to deal with – if you own not a web e-commerce marketplace, but rather an e-store. That is the fact that you are bound to list all the items there yourself, pics, descriptions and manufacturing including.

As opposed to that, when you run a marketplace e-commerce website, it’s not your problem to either manufacture anything yourself, list it yourself, take and upload images of it yourself or pen the descriptions of it all by… yourself. In the marketplace world, it’s you who lures manufacturers, so that they come to you, and add their own items to your website, in order to attract some sales. This effectively means, that while this gives less of a freedom of actually managing the state of your stock and range, it leaves you with much less pain in the ass about it too. Nowadays, and for some ten or fifteen years in the row so fat, the e-commerce has grown to become a huge science. Web developers actually try to lure your e-stores visitors in as much as they can, with the use of good old techniques first implemented for “offline” retail back in the XIXth century. Showcasing the items – this is one big trend. Anyways, there is one more huge, tough ordeal to deal with – if you own not a web e-commerce marketplace, but rather an e-store. That is the fact that you are bound to list all the items there yourself, pics, descriptions and manufacturing including…

So, while the process is indeed time-consuming, there are some pros and a bright side to that just as well. The bright side being the fact that you actually either manufacture or enlist all of the items on your e-store yourself. As opposed to that, when you run a marketplace e-commerce website, it’s not your problem to either manufacture anything yourself, list it yourself, take and upload images of it yourself or pen the descriptions of it all by… yourself. In the marketplace world, it’s you who lures manufacturers, so that they come to you, and add their own items to your website, in order to attract some sales.

Then again, with the first websites created back in then visually coming right out of your aunt’s nightmare and being extremely limited in the terms of which kind of functional or even browsing, UI/UX experience was available, the e-stores were primitive at first too… But it wasn’t long, until the beginning of the new century saw this industry skyrocket after the “dotcom-bubble” burst in 2000… Nowadays, and for some ten or fifteen years in the row so fat, the e-commerce has grown to become a huge science. Web developers actually try to lure your e-stores visitors in as much as they can, with the use of good old techniques first implemented for “offline” retail back in the XIXth century. Showcasing the items – this is one big trend. Anyways, there is one more huge, tough ordeal to deal with – if you own not a web e-commerce marketplace, but rather an e-store. That is the fact that you are bound to list all the items there yourself, pics, descriptions and manufacturing including.

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