Sell car parts on one of the many online resources including Shopify, JustParts and Amazon. Most sites, such as JustParts, offer free product posting and extensive categories for simplified marketing.
JustParts provides a free listing service and a simple compatibility interface. This Advanced Compatibility tool allows the user to copy and paste helpful information on part listings, according to JustParts. Users are also able to import listings via Excel or from an eBay account. JustParts may be used by both corporations and at-home business.
Shopify markets itself as an e-commerce program, featuring customizable templates and themes to personalize products and the brand, according to their website. Yotpo, FluidSurveys and Jilt are helpful customizable applications provided by Shopify. FluidSurveys offers private feedback between buyers and sellers, while Yotpo is a public review app.
In 2006, eCommerce Bytes reported Amazon's launch of its Automotive Parts and Accessories Store. It provides a Part Finder feature that lets users quickly look up specific auto parts, as well as allowing third-party data to better share part information. Depending on the part and the kind of seller the user is, the costs may vary.
According to 3dcart, no matter the online resource that is used it is important to follow five specific marketing tools: choose a specialty, organize the tools, stock up on popular brands, promote the products and keep a leg up on the competition.