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The 4 Best Shipping Label Printers

Anyone who has spent more than a few minutes trying to ship something to their customers knows that a good label printer makes or breaks the process. With the number of shipping label printers on the market, it can be daunting to figure out which suits your business’ needs the most. In this article, we’ll take a look at a handful of shipping label printers and identify which you should look at and which are work skipping over.

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How to Calculate Poly Mailer Sizes for Shipping in less than 30 Seconds

Shipping products to customers using poly mailers can save on shipping costs and provide a flexible means in which to wrap the product without needing a bulky or odd-shaped box. Unfortunately, it’s not always clear what size poly mailer to use for a given product. Here’s how to calculate poly mailer sizes for shipping.

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How to Save Money on USPS Shipping

For e-commerce sellers, USPS (the United States Postal Service) is still one of the most ubiquitous options for shipping their wares to customers. Sellers are always looking for the latest trick in how to save money on USPS shipping, and I wrote this post in hopes of creating the ultimate guide, combining all the different options one can save a few bucks.

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Sendle is the Truly Easy to Use, Carbon-Neutral Shipper You Need for Your Business

Over the last few weeks, I found myself spending more time on eBay, selling goods that I might have otherwise sold on Amazon. Seller-fulfilled e-commerce wasn’t something I spent a lot of time doing in the past so I needed a way to manage my outbound shipments and not have to pay an arm and a leg. Enter Sendle.

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Why FedEx Dumped Amazon

It’s no secret by now that Amazon and FedEx have parted ways–first by dropping Express shipments for Amazon, then as a partnered carrier for inbound FBA shipments, and finally end-customer deliveries). A lot of folks still seem to think this is entirely Amazon’s fault (it’s easy to blame the behemoth). In reality, FedEx should shoulder a lot of the blame in FedEx no longer being an option for customer deliveries, express deliveries, and (often cheaper) inbound-to-warehouse shipments for 3rd-party sellers.