Sell on AliExpress: how to do it and what tools to use.

AliExpress is one of the most popular sales platforms in the world. It is a very powerful marketplace that has over 150 million users and is present in 190 countries.

Selling on AliExpress may increase your store’s sales, considering that opening a store on this marketplace has huge advantages. Strengthen your sales on AliExpress by selling BigBuy’s European stock.

How to do it and what tools to use

  1. Sign up for an account on AliExpress. You can do it from here and follow the steps in our post: How to register as a seller on AliExpress.
  2. Synchronise AliExpress via the Multi-Channel Integration Platform. Learn how to do it here: How to synchronize AliExpress via the Multi-Channel Integration Platform.
  3. Start selling on AliExpress. We advise you to read the following article with the keys to do it: How to sell on AliExpress.
  4. Optimise products on AliExpress. Find out how to do it in the following article: Optimising products to increase sales on AliExpress.

All you need to sell through the Asian giant and how to do it can be found in our articles and posts on AliExpress. If you follow our advice, we’re sure that you will be able to start selling on one of the most important marketplaces of today.

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