Fort Worth, TX, May 11, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- With constantly increasing shipping rates and always changing e-commerce marketing requirements, online retailer Net-Thrift.com adds Local Pickup option to their website in hopes to re-ignite its online business. “Google, mobile, and social media require a lot of man-power to keep updated,” says one of the warehouse supervisors, “and we need every single man-hour to process merchandise. If we put any more money into advertising, updating platforms, and implementing every new life hack out there promoted to e-commerce stores, we would not clear any profit.”
Net-Thrift.com owners believe that operating any business must be done with common sense, no matter if it’s online or in-person. Spending more money on SEO services or raising prices on merchandise loses a lot of online traffic. Often-times, shipping charge may be higher than the product price, and many shoppers turn away from the website in search for free shipping advertisers. Adding Local Pick-up Option in Fort Worth, Texas, Net-thrift.com forecasts to benefit in several ways: provide opportunity for over-sized items to be picked up in person, target local fast-shoppers (those buyers who hate to postpone a project and wait days for the item to arrive in the mail), and gain higher sales in general. One of the employees in processing department-where items are tested for functionality- comments: “We have a growing community here in Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, and here, at Net-Thrift.com, we simply wish to provide low-cost, new and pre-owned household goods and accessories for home and business to anyone who is in the area shopping for a deal.”
Net-Thrift.com is owned and operated by family business and takes pride in traditional business ethics. Accountability and reliability are not just fancy words: all work is to be done in timely manner and no one will say “I don’t know what happened” or “It’s not my job,” but in an effort to find a balanced positioning in used merchandise market independently from Amazon, Ebay, Craigslist, or Letgo, Net-Thrift.com, without a physical storefront, attempts to reach higher numbers of online shoppers in the Tarrant and Dallas County local regions with Local Warehouse Pickup alternative.