2/13/2017

How To Open An Online Store In Nigeria at Konga.com (Video)



Gone are the days when you must set up a website for your business before you can start selling your products online. These days, there are lots of online marketplace where you can list your products and sell conveniently to anybody anywhere in Nigeria. One of such platforms is Konga.com

At Konga.com, you can open an online store where you can list your products and start selling to millions of Nigerians. The store will have a unique URL which can be accessed by anyone that has access to the internet.

As a seller on Konga.com, you can list products, set your own prices, choose whether or not you accept POD and set your return policy and delivery method. You will be able to manage your inventory and sales orders, receive payouts and you can exchange messages with buyers who may have questions.

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If you want to sell on Konga, you will have to sign up as a merchant at Konga Seller HQ. You can get started as explained in the video below:





It's exactly a year now, that I created my own store at Konga.com. When I signed up last year, I went through a basic training and completed the new merchant orientation assessment before I could start listing my products on my Konga store. You will likely go through the same process before you can start selling on Konga.

For more info on how to manage your product listings, manage orders, register your bank account, and much more, check out the Konga Seller Academy.


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1 comment:

  1. They don`t accept seller outside lagos.

    Is there a way around this?

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