SELLING AFRICAN PRODUCTS ON-LINE

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Africa’s governments are pro-actively trying to minimize imports and maximize exports. So your approach to focus on export (rather than import) is a good long-term strategy. Here are my suggestions if you want to export from Africa



Don’t launch website until ready….Test with friends and mentors  

If you don’t have the time or money to make your website mobile friendly, here are ten simple things you can do today to make your website more bearable for mobile users.

NineLineApparel.com forecasts its mobile sales to grow 46% to $8.75 million this year, and it achieves that mobile growth without an app.  NineLineApparel.com uses Facebook in more unconventional ways.
Also consider using non-African products if your customers would like it regardless. 

Five tactics for selling Africa-based products to non-Africans




There is such a wealth of information about your target market that once you understand how to tap it, analyze it and create for it, it’s difficult not to create content that “sticks.”

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