The Internet has opened up a new marketplace that has allowed millions of small business owners to compete internationally with companies of all sizes. Some companies are just highlighting their businesses, while others that are selling online have seen their businesses double in size. If you decide to sell your products online, you need to think about how to handle the transaction, customer service, return policies, etc.
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