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10 Ways to Make Facebook Ads that Convert

10 Ways to Make Facebook Ads that Convert

Marketing is very important to a business especially a new and burgeoning business. Increasing awareness and brand recognition of your business are very important in helping you achieve success. However, increasing awareness and brand recognition is not effective if those ads don’t push the consumers to purchase or visit your business. This is called conversions from ads because people are converted from observers to customers. Today we will discuss how to make effective ads that convert on Facebook. Now you may ask, why Facebook? Aren’t there a lot of other social media platforms as well? Well, we are focusing on Facebook because they are the biggest social media platform in the world. In regions like Southeast Asia, Facebook is synonymous with the internet. In addition, these concepts will also work for other social media platforms with slight tweaks. So, let’s dive right in on how to make Facebook ads that convert.

1. Targeting based on interests and needs

In the world of Marketing, connecting to your customers is the most important thing. Facebook ads help out a lot in this regard because they enable targeted ads. You can choose to target the demographic that you think fits your business best and create a strategy that can entice them. Always put the lead in first and in the most prominent position. This will ensure that the people you are targeting are interested and will visit your page. College-aged people will not be interested in products like home appliances and tools since they typically live in dorms so ads about home appliances will not be effective if shown to them. But targeted ads help ensure that your ads are shown to the right people.

2. Understand and accommodate customer needs and concerns

Understanding who you are marketing to will increase the effectiveness of your Facebook ads. If you know what they like, how they like things, and how they consume content then you can create effective ads. Not understanding your target may lead to rash and unwise decisions. Also, try to solve issues common in your target consumer base. Solutions are typically sought after and make for great leads for Facebook ads.

3. Create an interesting and persuasive Call to Action

Facebook advertising does not stop at just making interesting ads, you also need a good call to action to be able to convert. Call to action has the goal to push a consumer to act how we want. For example, you can add a call to action that pushes consumers to visit your page or to sign up for a newsletter. Call to action helps a lot in converting observers to active users on your Facebook page.

4. Build a unique and engaging landing page on your Facebook page

Now that people are enticed to know more about your business, make sure that your Facebook landing page is interesting. If you have a bland or messy landing page, this will lead to negative opinions on your business. Good landing pages have a proper balance of pictures, product recommendations, resources, and links to more information. Be sure not to be too aggressive on upselling or cross-selling as this may lead to consumers leaving your page.

5. Create aesthetically pleasing pictures and advertising

Something that many people tend to overlook is how important the pictures are on their page. You cannot be overly practical about the pictures that you put there. Pictures and ads on Facebook should be interesting and aesthetically pleasing. Something as simple as a picture of your product should be edited and jazzed up. In addition to engaging consumers, you can also show users that you made an effort in your marketing which increases goodwill.

6. Tailor your ads to fit your demographic

Tailoring your ads to fit the demographic is very important. You cannot use a design template aimed towards young adults when making ads for older people. Even if you understand your target demographic, you have to understand their preferences. Older users may prefer simpler and easy-to-read ads. While younger users may prefer ads that are interesting and humorous. Tailor your Facebook ads based on what works best for your audience.

7. Highlight reviews and testimonials

A great way to convert audiences into customers is to show that your business has a great reputation. You can do this by highlighting testimonials and reviews on your page. Be sure not to make fake reviews as they may damage your credibility. Testimonials increase trust in your business and help in making doubts in customers’ minds disappear.

8. Don’t just sell, convert them to followers

You may be tempted to make your Facebook ads mainly to sell your products. This is not a great idea since people can be aware of that and they may not like it. A good way to convert users is to convert them to followers of your page first. Make your ads and content on Facebook engaging and fun even if they don’t lead to selling. People tend to prefer brands and businesses that offer more than just products.

9. Change up your content once in a while

Once you have a good schedule and content plan, be sure to change up the design and content of your ads. This is to ensure that your customers don’t get ad fatigue. Ad fatigue is when people are so used to looking at the same ad and the same design that they just ignore it. When people lose interest in your ads, it will decrease conversions. Always plan new designs and content so that your Facebook page and advertisement are always fresh and unique.

10. Look back, assess, and make improvements

After you have done all of that, be sure to take a look back at everything and assess the difference between before you started and after. You can also make adjustments and improvements to things you think can be better. Always try and find things to improve. Complacency can kill a good business. If you don’t learn from the past, failure is waiting.

Now that you know how to create Facebook ads that convert, you can be more effective in your business endeavors. Now, you shouldn’t stop trying to improve your business. You can create an effective marketing strategy, but that might not be the case for your logistics or sourcing. Maybe you also feel overwhelmed by these aspects of your business because they are very tedious. This is why you should check out AsiaCommerce’s membership. We offer you support ranging from export imports, logistics, sourcing, procurement, and many more. Not only that, but we also help our members to be their best through our extensive educational resources. What are you waiting for? Join AsiaCommerce today!

Creating Effective Social Media Marketing Strategies

Creating Effective Social Media Marketing Strategies

Marketing through social media is a really good way to increase customers for your business. Not only does it have a really wide reach, but social media marketing is also affordable and easy to do. Conventional marketing is typically costly and not easy to do for newcomers. If you have an online store or business, social media marketing is incredibly useful to increase traffic and interest in your business. However, just because it is social media marketing does not mean that you should do it in a similar way to how you would run a personal social media. There are many factors to social media and steps that you have to follow. Today we will discuss how to create an effective social media marketing strategy that will help your business gain more customers and brand name.

Research Your Needs and Audience (STP Model)

The first thing that you need to do is to research which key demographics will fit your social media marketing strategy. To do this you can use the STP Model which includes segmentation, targeting, and positioning. By knowing your audience, you can research what you need to do and what type of content you have to make for your social media. The STP Model will help you in determining where your business is focused on, who the main customer base is, and who the target consumer is for your social media marketing. You will also need to find out what you need from your marketing strategy. Decide whether you want to increase awareness, increase purchases, improve image, or many more. The strategy that you will decide depends on what you want to get from your social media marketing strategy.

Plan Everything and Set Goals (SMART Model)

Now comes the stage where you have to establish a general goal for your marketing strategy. This goal should be made based on the SMART Model. The SMART model states that a goal has to be specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-based. If your goals match the criteria, they will be effective and bring in good results later on. Afterward, based on your research you will have to determine which social media platforms to use. Depending on the demographic, the social media platform and media type will be different. If you are aiming for older audiences, Facebook is a really good choice since older age groups tend to use Facebook. But Facebook is already so large that it is good for any demographic. However, if your target is mainly young adults and teenagers, platforms like Instagram and Twitter are a good choice. If your target is teenagers and tweens, Tik Tok is also a very good choice. Then there are platforms like YouTube which can be a main platform or a side platform used to improve the main social media platforms.

Determine Which Metrics and Key Performance Indicators You’ll Use

Once your plan is set, you will have to determine what kind of statistics you need to focus on. In the world of social media marketing, the number of followers is not everything. Engagement, turnover, and shares are also very important. A common mistake that people make is buying followers. It may look good, but it does not do your business any good. A loyal and active follower base is more useful than a large but inactive follower base. You can also use metrics from your store or sales to judge your performance. The statistics on social media platforms don’t always show the full picture. Consumers might see your post and decide to purchase your products without ever engaging with the posts.

Establish and Manage Engaging Social Media Content

Now comes the fun part, content creation. Different content types have different impacts on your social media accounts. Posting things like memes and funny content will increase the chances of users sharing your posts. However, it does not help with promoting your business or service. Educational content can increase the validity of your content and business. It can also help with engagement or even direct users to your business and become potential customers. Content that promotes your business can direct consumers to your business and increase awareness. However, most users will not follow your account if all you do is promote your business. You need to create a content plan that mixes all of the content types that we discussed. This way you can gain benefits from these types of posts as well as minimizing the negative effects. The content that you make will also have to be switched and refreshed after a few weeks so that users don’t get bored. If you also have other types of content like a podcast or video series, it will also help in making social media marketing strategies more effective.

Determine a Consistent and Fitting Content Schedule

After you create a good content plan for your social media platforms, you have to make a schedule and stick to it. The algorithm in platforms like Instagram and Twitter prefers accounts that post consistently and in high traffic times. If you can post in a consistent schedule and during high traffic hours, your posts will be promoted by the algorithm to more users. Taking long breaks and leaving your accounts inactive is a bad idea as you will then have to start from scratch with the algorithm. Be sure to look at your metrics to determine which time fits your target demographic.

Look Back and Assess your Performance, Make Improvements

Once everything is in place and you have already started your social media marketing strategy, don’t forget to assess how it’s going. Don’t stop trying to improve it even if it’s going well. You will be able to view the insights or statistics of your page. Use this information to assess your performance and identify things that can be improved. For example, on Instagram, you can see the account reach and if it’s low or below expectations then you should consider changing hashtags or tags. Always try to improve and never settle.

Now you know how to create an effective social media marketing strategy. This will help out a lot in the marketing and sales aspect of your business. However, you might still have issues with procuring and sourcing products or shipping and distribution which can be tedious. AsiaCommerce offers you a chance to improve this aspect of your business. With us, you can sit back and not worry about sourcing products because we help with everything from finding buyers and shipping. Join AsiaCommerce today through the link below and grow or start your business today!

The ABCs of a Reselling Business

The ABCs of a Reselling Business

In this day and age, the sheer amount of opportunities for business is amazing. You can start building your business with small amounts of capital and few resources. As long as you have a mixture of luck and determination, anything is possible. A popular business plan is reselling. Becoming a reseller is relatively easy and a good way to start building a business. There are so many platforms and mediums to become a reseller in this day and age. Back then, businesses were constrained to the physical world where people needed to have many connections, an office, and many other things. In the modern age, all we need is knowledge, capital, and internet know-how. Of course, this is to merely start a business, we need much more to grow and expand our business. In this article, we will discuss the basics of reselling. Mainly what reselling is, how to become a reseller, how to get products, and ways to achieve success in your reselling endeavors.

Reselling in a nutshell

In a nutshell, reselling is a business model where an individual or firm purchases goods from suppliers or distributors and sells them in their own stores. This seems like a very basic business model, and it is. However, the definition provided seems simple because it is merely the gist of it and the main goal of reselling. What most people don’t realize is that each step within the reselling process has become complex and varied. From the very start which is the manufacturer, various types of manufacturer and product sources have popped out and give resellers a bunch of options for their business. For example, there are manufacturers who can customize the products to an extent so you can resell their products with more customization. 

Maybe now you’re wondering why can’t the manufacturers just sell it themselves if they can make the products. The answer lies in the focus of a business. Manufacturers focus on creating the products, however, they may not have the capabilities or resources to directly sell to the consumers. It is also a big risk to sell directly because if the goods don’t sell, your loss will be bigger. If they sell to resellers or retail shops, they have a guaranteed consumer base and they don’t have to invest as much in order to sell their products. And then there are distributors who essentially provide a path from manufacturers to resellers or retail and to the consumers. They can sell it by themselves, but their focus is on connecting manufacturers and resellers so it is safer and more profitable for them to not sell it on their own.

Steps to become a Reseller

It is actually very easy to start a reselling business. However, succeeding and growing a reselling business is another thing. But let’s discuss how you can become a reseller first.

1. Think of names and a focus for your business. This would be the most fun stage of building a reselling business. A good name is memorable and interesting. It should also relate to the focus of your business. This is to establish an association with consumers. Your business should have a focus as well so that consumers can know what market you serve and are therefore more easily remembered. A store that sells everything can be a good thing in some cases, but in this context, it is better to be more specific. A good way would be to pick 1 or 2 niche categories to focus on.

2. Choose a product supplier that is reliable and has the perfect price. Having the right supplier is important because it impacts a reselling business heavily. Make sure that they are trustworthy and have good quality products.

3. Determine where you want to sell your products. There are 3 options for where you can sell your products. The first and easiest would be through e-commerce platforms like Amazon, Shopee, Lazada, and many more. These platforms are usually very easy to set up and are a very secure option. The second option is through social media like Instagram and Facebook. Social media platforms have an advantage in the reach that you can get. It is relatively easier to gain exposure through social media. The last option is to sell using your own website by utilizing Shopify or Woocommerce. A really good option for an online reselling business would be onlinestore.id as it is easy to use and offers a wide range of benefits.

4. Choose products from your previously chosen supplier or warehouse. Be sure to choose only one supplier because it will be cheaper that way. The shipping costs and additional costs will be calculated from the warehouse to the client. So it is more cost-effective to use 1 supplier or manufacturer. Using multiple warehouses and suppliers will mean that you will have to pay to ship twice because it is from different places. With one, purchases of even multiple products can be grouped and shipped together in one shipment.

5. When you are selling your products, be sure to create additional value for your consumers. This can be done by giving out discounts, bundles, and limited items. Artificial scarcity or added value engages consumers to purchase your products. The value that consumers see would not just be the inherent value of the products, but it will also be the benefits that you created. This will help make your product stand out and more attractive.

6. Advertise your products on social media platforms. You need to generate buzz and excitement in your products and store. Social media platforms are a relatively easy and cheap way to advertise your products. If you have social media skills, utilize that to the fullest extent to create organic and interesting advertising for your products.

7. You can use online ads for promotions regarding your product. The ads referred to here are not social media posts. But they are actual ads you would usually see on websites. These ads can be a picture or a video. To get the most out of ads, you will have to invest a little bit into them. Internet ads, like those by Google, are usually targeted ads that are very efficient. However, be careful not to spend too much as it can eat into your profits if you spend too much on advertising.

How to find and source products

Finding products to resell is a fundamental aspect of building a reselling business. A smooth and reliable supply chain is the most valuable thing in this field. You can grow your business faster and better with a great supply chain. Knowing how to find and procure goods to resell is not easy, but it’s not hard either. The most obvious thing to consider is the cost of the goods you acquire. The costs have to be low enough that you can implement a healthy profit margin. 

A good place to look for products to sell is usually countries with cheap and large manufacturing industries. Countries like China, Vietnam, and Indonesia are really good options. The deals you make should also be future-oriented and not focused on short-term gains. This is because a good relationship with suppliers is valuable in reselling. However, if you don’t think you can source products effectively or if you don’t have time there is an alternative. There are firms that you can use to outsource these duties. These companies help with sourcing and procuring goods from manufacturers or suppliers. This way you can focus on your reselling business. Although you will have to spend money, the gains outweigh the cost as everything in your business is significantly more effective.

Now you know what a reselling business is and how to start it. You can start all of the aforementioned things relatively easily. All you need is some determination, a little bit of capital, and some know-how. You can learn more about this business field through various resources provided by AsiaCommerce ranging from blogs like this to Webinars with skilled and experienced speakers. However, we offer many benefits if you become a member of our reseller network, we also offer various exemplary services that can make your reseller business run smoothly and effectively. Go to the link below to learn more.

Outsourcing: Third-Party Logistics and Sourcing

Outsourcing: Third-Party Logistics and Sourcing

Businesses that are involved with goods or products cannot escape what is called logistics and supply chain. A supply chain is the system of organization, peoples, activities, information, and resources with the goal of supplying products and services to consumers. Logistic management is essentially the organization of goods from one point in a supply chain to another point. Supply chain and logistics can range from simple to incredibly complex. The complexity typically depends on the size of the business and the type of product. The most complex supply chain and logistics are typically seen in multinational manufacturing and retail. The simplest can be seen in local businesses with local suppliers. However, there is a middle ground between the complex and simple. This spot is typically habited by big domestic businesses and businesses that involve export and imports. Their complexity is brought on by either their size (like with large domestic firms) or the international trade process. These supply chain and logistic systems are usually not as complex as multinationals, but they are more complex than small local businesses. The tricky thing here is that these supply chains and logistics are usually too complex to do on your own but they do not warrant the investment that will be required like in multinationals. This is where outsourcing and third-party logistics come in.

Outsourcing

Outsourcing is essentially when a business makes a contract or agreement with another company to take care of an existing or planned activity that can be done internally. For bigger companies it may involve exchange of information, assets, and employees. However, in the context of small and medium enterprises it is usually just giving up certain duties and responsibilities to the outsourced company so you can focus on more important things. There are upsides and downsides to outsourcing your logistics and supply chain. The first advantage is that you can just make requests to your third party to procure products for you, so you can essentially just sit back and wait until it arrives without the hassle. The second advantage is third party firms that accept outsourcing contracts are usually more focused on a particular goal. This means that their operations will be more efficient and effective than if you do it yourself. The disadvantage will be that you lose some control over the operations and if something goes wrong, you do not have a say in how to solve it. The second disadvantage is that you will have to incur more costs. This is because these firms have profit margins on their services so you will have to pay that margin compared to when doing it yourself.

Third-Party Logistics

Now that we understand outsourcing, let’s focus on what a third party logistic provider is. A third party logistic provider is a firm that accepts contracts or businesses to manage their customer’s logistics, sourcing, and many more. Third party logistics will provide advantages for those looking to have a more efficient logistic system, more time for other operations, or even cut down on costs depending on the scale of the operation. The typical third party logistics will serve various functions. These functions include transportation, warehousing, reverse logistics (recycling, returns, disposing), international shipping, and handling. However, the most common usage of third party logistics is to procure and source products from suppliers. They will typically handle everything from packing to shipping the goods from suppliers. Although it is not always the case, third party logistics can also provide services that help relations with suppliers. This can include negotiations, communications, and management. However, their involvement with the business depends on the amount of information sharing between your firm and the third party logistics.

Why and When You Should Outsource

Choosing to outsource logistics will not always apply to every business and situation. You have to have the right reason and situation in order to get the most out of outsourcing. If you are starting out, some third party logistics can be useful especially if they can help with things like customs, delivery, and more. However, it depends on what your business is. If it is domestic or local, you will have to take into account where your supplier is. If the supplier is a great distance from you it will be beneficial. Third parties can also help with finding suppliers, so it will be a great help. However, if it is nearby then it may be unnecessary. For businesses that require export and imports then it is a good decision. The customs and regulations can be burdensome and complex, so having help from an experienced firm will be good. Outsourcing your sourcing and logistics will be a great help to your business. A good reason for this would be if you want to focus on more important parts of your business. For example, you can instead focus on marketing or managing your business. However, if your reason is to cut costs it will depend on your business size and type. Outsourcing logistics will be beneficial for most businesses. However, you will have to analyse your business and see if it is the right decision.

Now that we have learned more about outsourcing and logistics, you can start developing and expanding your business. We have discussed third-party logistics. AsiaCommerce is one such third party that can provide solutions. However, AsiaCommerce is not just a third-party logistic since we also offer export-import services, procurement, and sourcing, as well as many more services. We offer fulfillment services that can satisfy all your business needs for an affordable price. You can just tell us what we want and we will do everything for you. All you need to do is sit back and do what is most important for your business and yourself. Join AsiaCommerce today and gain all of these benefits by clicking the banner below.

20 Promising Niche Markets for Small Businesses in 2021

20 Promising Niche Markets for Small Businesses in 2021

When starting out a business, choosing what to focus on and what your differentiating factor would be is a daunting task. A good way to solve these issues is to focus on a particular niche. Niche markets are a good way to differentiate your business and establish a particular focus for your business simultaneously. Choosing a niche market can also help in growing your business especially if you are just starting out. People are more likely to choose a business that has a specific focus because they can understand your core business better. In this article, we will discuss what a niche market is, how these markets are divided, and lastly a list of promising niche markets that you can use for your small business.

Niche Markets in a Nutshell

A niche market is essentially a segment or a subset of a larger market that is defined by a distinct set of needs, preferences, characteristics, and focus which separates it from the larger market. A notable example of a niche market is that of the mechanical keyboard market. The mechanical keyboard market is a subset of the broader keyboard market, but they are differentiated by their preference for using mechanical switches instead of just any regular switches. The goals and preferences of this community are also significantly more focused than the broader keyboard market. It is important to note that a niche market does not necessarily mean it is a small market. It just means that the market is focused and differentiated from the general market category. There are plenty of opportunities to be found when going into various niche markets.

The niche markets are divided through what is called market segmentation. Market segmentation involves dividing up a market based on demographic, psychographic, geographic, and behavioral dimensions. Using these dimensions you can hone in on a specific niche. Now let’s discuss the examples of a niche market using these dimensions. An example of a niche market based on demographics is male beauty products. The larger beauty industry is overwhelmingly female-centric, so male beauty products are a niche market based on the male gender demographic.

Here are 5 niche markets that can be a great opportunity for you

These niche markets would be a general product category, so you will need to find your product line by conducting market research and determine which products will fit your target market best.

1. Sustainable and eco-friendly Products

In recent years, many consumers are starting to become more conscious of humanity’s impact on the world and what we will leave for our children. One of the ways that this has manifested is the rise of eco-friendly products. The niche markets here are finding eco-friendly alternatives to various products. A prominent example is the straw. We used to use plastic straws which are incredibly damaging to the environment. However, reusable straws have become the norm today because of their eco-friendly aspect. So in the eco-friendly niche market, you can find many opportunities for business.

2. Health and wellness

Another promising niche market is that of health and wellness. You can find many niches in this category because many advancements are being made in the health and wellness field every day. There are already segments in a broad market focused on health and wellness. For example, there are health and wellness-focused office utilities and furniture. There are also appliances that are geared towards health. This means there are ample rooms for new products and innovations in this category and you can always become the first person to sell an eventual popular product.

3. Mechanical Keyboards

Keyboards may seem like the most mundane category that you can enter. However, in recent years mechanical keyboards have been booming as a result of internet personalities endorsing and owning them. In addition to their popularity, new products are often introduced and existing products are numerous. You can sell things ranging from keycaps to keyboard switches. There are also other peripherals that you can sell like coiled cables, mats, switch lubes, and many more. Not only is this new and emerging category popular, the business opportunities are very good.

4. Remote work gadgets and devices

This one would seem fairly obvious considering the pandemic that has plagued the world in recent times. However, many products are still not able to fully satisfy this new and growing product category. People now require things like microphones, lighting, cameras, and more to be able to do their job well and in a comfortable manner. New products are already entering the market and this niche market seems very promising even after the pandemic. This is because many organizations and companies already adopted remote work in their business operations.

5. Influencer or social media-focused gadgets and tools

The last niche market is the most popular amongst younger consumers. These are the niche market focused on social media and influencers. Social media and influencers have blown these past few years. Many people are trying to make it big in this industry. This means that there is a growing customer base. Products catering to this segment can range from mundane phone stands to complex gimbals for video devices. This niche market is very promising for people who want to start a business or pick a new product category for an existing business.

 6. Men’s beauty and grooming products

Beauty products have largely been dominated by female-centric products. This means that there is an underserved segment in the market, this would be men’s beauty products. Men’s beauty products are different from women’s and serve a different purpose. There are things like skincare for men as well as hair products that have become popular.

7. Home Exercise

8. Smart Homes

Smart home devices are a relatively new and emerging market. These devices will assist in automating various aspects of your house ranging from light switches to home appliances. This emerging market is very promising as more and more people are integrating their homes with smart home devices.

9. Organizational helper

With many people staying at home and moving their workspace home, organizational tools and products are growing in popularity. More people want to organize their homes and workspaces in order to increase productivity and comfort.

10. Pet care

Pets have always been popular, however pet care products are becoming even more popular. More and more people care a lot about their pet’s well-being. Pet owners will purchase medicines, supplements, and products that will enhance their pet’s well-being.

11. Smartphone accessories

Smartphone accessories may be an odd addition to a niche market list. However, the reason that it is included is that there are a large variety of accessories for smartphones that cannot be categorized properly. There are many options for unique and interesting accessories that can be an identifying factor in your business.

12. Educational toys

These days, kids use a lot of technology in their daily activities. This is why educational toys are on the rise. Many parents want children’s entertainment that can also educate and help their children grow. So this is why recently many people are searching for toys that are geared towards education.

13. Natural beauty products

Just like men’s beauty products, there is also a segment of the beauty market that has a particular focus. This is the segment that mainly focuses on natural products and the responsibility of the products towards the earth.

14. Disinfectant and cleaning products

This one should be obvious due to the pandemic. People are very concerned about hygiene and cleanliness. So that is why these kinds of products that are tailored to personal cleanliness are very promising.

15.  DIY and Home improvement

With many people stuck at home, people are getting interested in making their homes better. However, contact with others is very limited so they have to do it themselves. This means that many people want to improve their homes using tools that they can use on their own.

16.  Smart watches

Smart watches have blown up in recent years due to the popularity of products like the Apple Watch and Samsung Galaxy watches. Because of this segment in the market has increased options in terms of what products you can sell. Ranging from very cheap budget devices to high-end devices.

17.  Gaming accessories

Gaming has surely been embedded in our daily lives. Every device ranging from mobile phones to your PC can run games. This means there are a plethora of products and accessories that can cater to gamers on various platforms. It is a very promising market if you want to start selling products.

18.  Tablet accessories and gadgets

Although the tablet market experienced a slump in past years, it has experienced a comeback. The iPad helped tablets to retain the market for a number of years. However, companies like Samsung are ramping up their tablet production as well in these past few years. This means the market for tablet accessories, an offshoot of phone accessories, is growing.

19.  Audiophile devices

Audiophile devices used to be uninteresting and incredibly expensive. Not many people understand them as well. However, due to YouTube creators making content about audiophile gear and audiophile products getting cheaper, their popularity has increased. The main difference between audiophile devices and conventional audio products is their focus on sound quality over any other quality.

20.  Photography accessories and gadgets

With the popularity of social media and ease of access to photography devices, many people are starting to go into photography. This is very promising because our phones can also function as photography devices. In addition, cameras are getting more affordable and many people want to use products that can enhance their experience in pursuing photography.

If you want to start a business or want to improve on your business, this is the right time to do it. The markets have been changing and opening up an opportunity for many businesses. However, having the right networks, suppliers, and logistics is an integral part of having a successful business. That is where AsiaCommerce comes in. We offer services like sourcing, logistics, forwarding, fulfillment, and many more. By joining our membership, you can offload all of the tedious aspects of running a business like shipping, supplier management, sourcing, and more to us. You can focus all your attention on the important aspects of your business and have some time for yourself as well. So wait no more, join AsiaCommerce Network today and gain many benefits and advantages.