No, that wasn’t a typo! It was a deliberate plug towards a program known as Syncee. Syncee is a Business to Business (otherwise known as B2B) platform. Designed to accommodate drop shippers, retailers, and suppliers, Syncee is a highly rated resource for anyone who wants an honest go with their e-commerce business. If this is you, then I highly recommend you check Syncee out!
Syncee and Alibaba
Anybody who is no stranger to visiting online shopping platforms is likely to know who Alibaba is. Alibaba (along with AliExpress) works with Syncee, establishing a solid base for anybody involved in the business of buying and selling products. Syncee also works with the likes of Shopify and WooCommerce. For myself, as Pioneer Kitty Market, I am a supplier that relies on Shopify to establish my personal connection with Syncee. I have become a reliable supplier to a few retail sites, both at an online level and a physical storefront one as well.
The beauty of Syncee is you can sign up with them for free! This is a great option for suppliers who want to promote their brand! If you are confident you can provide a steady supply of products to interested retailers, then hooking up with Syncee as a supplier would be the smart move for you. Again, it’s free to do so! And who doesn’t appreciate free? I know I do!
However, if you opt-in as a retailer instead, it is free to do this as well! However, like most other programs, the free route is more of an opportunity for you to kick a tire to see if Syncee is truly something worth your time.
I’ll be honest. At first, I didn’t care for Syncee as I found the freebie route as a retailer way too limited as I only had access to 25 products. However, after getting to know Syncee better, I’ve discovered there’s so much more to them than meets the eye! Since then, I’m 100% in support of Syncee! Even at just 25 products, it’s plenty if you prefer a smaller catalog featured on your own site. This, according to Syncee, is called a Starter Marketplace plan. And for those who are just starting up, the plan as it’s set up makes sense.
Free vs. Paid Syncee
In addition to its decent free service, Syncee also has a paid service that offers far more. Instead of being limited to only 25 products you can sell as a retailer, you now have the ability to go as high as unlimited. Yes, unlimited! So, if you really wanted to, you can become another version of Amazon, whom you and I both know is also an online store giant.
However, truth be told, you’re not another Amazon and Syncee doesn’t want you to be one either. Syncee wants you to be you, which makes them quite awesome in that regard. Like all subscription services, which is what Syncee actually is, there are different levels aside from freebie mode.
Paid Syncee Subscriptions Plans
Pending on how big you are, or how big you plan to be, Syncee offers different levels of paid memberships. I could go into full detail about those plans, but that’s their job, not mine. I’m only here to share my input of what I think about them. Like everything I review, I do so with an honest objective. And, in my honest opinion, the paid subscription levels Syncee offers are more than fair. Maybe not everybody will agree on this, but I’m a firm believer in you get what you pay for.
But don’t get me wrong! The freebie mode (Starter Marketplace Plan) is a really good way to get your foot in the door and literally shop around to get to know the merchants who are attempting to sell their products through Syncee. Even in freebie mode, you can potentially earn more than just as a retailer or supplier. You can also earn as an affiliate. The beauty with Syncee is, even in freebie mode, you stand to earn three different ways.
I do highly recommend try them out in freebie mode first and snoop around. One interesting approach I did while I first signed up was researching the suppliers by looking them up in my favorite search engines. I wanted to see if I could find more information about them and what they’re selling outside of Syncee’s platform. One observation I made is while in freebie mode, I managed to discover ways to broaden the limited 25-item cap by directly connecting with suppliers who’ve signed up with Syncee themselves.
However, going this method means you have a bigger bookkeeping task in front of you. If you have that kind of time on your hands, as well as the organizational skills to do it, this method can work very well for you. But, if you’re like me and often find yourself limited for time, the various paid subscription levels suddenly don’t seem so bad to have either.
Like I said earlier, I didn’t care for Syncee at first. My attitude towards them was “how greedy!” when I originally saw their subscription levels and what they cost. But, after directly communicating with other Syncee affiliates, I’ve learned what they offer even in the paid subscription levels is really quite the bargain! Synceerly has a global bank of suppliers and resources that is definitely worth the time of anybody who seriously wants to do well for themselves as an entrepreneur.
And no, you don’t necessarily have to be a supplier nor retailer to make Syncee work for you. They have an affiliate program you can easily integrate into whatever site you’ve got going for yourself. Face it, if you want a professional website that is taken seriously by all those who visit it, it costs money. Working with a company as proven as Syncee gives you an opportunity to do that.
Syncee is surprisingly ethical, which is awesome! The more I’ve come to know the Syncee admin crew the more respect I develop towards them. And, this is why I’ve taken the time to write about them.
I’m hoping after you’ve read what I’ve had to say about Syncee, that you’d at least consider having a peek to see who they are. From there, decide for yourself whether or not they’re worth any more of your time.