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TO FOLLOW OR NOT TO FOLLOW - "DO NOT PUT ALL YOUR EGGS IN ONE BASKET." OR HOW TO HAVE A MARVELLOUS ONLINE SELLING FUTURE

                                                 
          
This old adage first appeared in the book DON QUIXOTE, a  Spanish language book written by Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra. Interestingly this old saying is much used in the portfolio investments parlance or rather in company shares investments. But the real meaning of the saying relates to every field of knowledge and skills.

Dear Online Sellers, you will be wondering how this age-old saying connected with the online selling !!


In this 21st century, the world has become a Global market and approximately more than two-thirds of the world population have gone digital. Smartphone users have covered half of the digital world and mobile e-commerce tops the list.
All days, 24 hours shopping, has come to your fingertips from the streets. All these statistics point out that the sellers have to grab the stakes and jump out of the local selling to shine through the global market.
Since the approach to the global online selling market has become a daily affair, the diversification of your online selling into local as well as global markets is a safe handling of your resources and a necessary for your future business growth.
                                                       


The secret of a successful global online seller has been revealed to you by SELLinALL. SELLinALL has the tool and trained experts to build, operate and to lead you to a marvellous success in the global online selling.

Dear  Readers taste the success by following the age-old saying 'DO NOT PUT ALL YOUR EGGS IN ONE BASKET.'

- MAGIC INIAN -



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