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Fiddle.io – Inventory Management and More!

I recently invited our friend, Taylor Howe at Fiddle.io to share a little about Fiddle, the online platform for managing inventory, sales, sourcing, and manufacturing. Here’s what he had to say about this dynamic program! Why Fiddle?  Physical product brands, at their core, need to be excellent at producing incredible products that their customers love. […]


How Well Do You Know Your Inventory Numbers?

Inventory is EVERYTHING! It is what will generate the cash to make your business hum. Keeping up with it may not be sexy or fun like marketing can be, but it is crucial in order to have a successful ecommerce business. As we work on “renovating” the accounting system for clients, we are often asked to explain the difference between the […]

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Inventory Costs—What’s COGS, What’s Not?

Inventory. It’s the lifeblood of every ecommerce business. If you have no product coming in, you have no product going out, and your business isn’t likely to survive. But it’s not just about selling your product. Starting at square one, it’s about ensuring there is a market for your product, that the consumer will pay […]

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Understanding the Ecommerce Inventory Process

Inventory is the life-blood of ecommerce sellers. You must have it on hand and be able to replenish it when needed in order to keep your business running. Tracking inventory, on the other hand, can be quite the tricky deal. To do this properly, it’s important to understand how to record inventory on your books, an area that many ecommerce sellers struggle with. 

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How to Keep Track of Cash Flow for Inventory

Off the top of your head, would you know the answers to questions about your business expenses, inventory and profit? Questions like, “What amount from my Amazon profit will I have to put back for the next time I make an inventory order? When am I supposed to pay off my supplier? Don’t I need […]