ShipStation Offers New Shipping eBook

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Readers learn how to ship more efficiently.

Shipping Nirvana ebook by ShipStation - cover image

Shipping Nirvana ebook by ShipStation

The shipping process has changed dramatically, and we wanted to help our current and potential customers manage that process better.

ShipStation, the leading web-based e-commerce shipping solution, is offering a new, free eBook, titled “Shipping Nirvana™: a guide to efficient shipping,” that helps eCommerce companies become more efficient shippers.

The 52-page eBook is available to the public via instant .pdf download at http://www.shipstation.com/shipping-nirvana-guide-shipping-efficiently/. It discusses topics including:

  • Setting up your physical shipping space with the right tools
  • Choosing boxes and customization options
  • Shipping software tips
  • How to save money on postage and shipping
  • Customer shipping pricing strategies
  • How to ship internationally
  • How to handle large increases in orders
  • And more!

“The shipping process has changed dramatically, and we wanted to help our current and potential customers manage that process better,” says Robert Gilbreath, ShipStation Vice President of Marketing. “By offering the information in one easy-to-use eBook, we were able to tie-in with our mission to make every seller, wherever they sell and however they ship, exceptionally efficient at fulfilling orders.”

About ShipStation

ShipStation is the leading web-based shipping software that is built to help online retailers organize and process their orders, while fulfilling and shipping them quickly and easily. With automatic order importing from over 50 shopping carts and marketplaces, including eBay, Amazon, Shopify, Bigcommerce, Etsy, Squarespace, Miva, and more, and automation features like custom hierarchical rules and product types, ShipStation helps online retailers ship out their orders from wherever they sell, however they ship. ShipStation is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Stamps.com (Nasdaq: STMP). For more information, visit http://www.shipstation.com.

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