If you sell nutritional supplements, there are hundreds of channels you can try to advertise your products, but which are the best?
Below you’ll find some of the best advertising channels for nutritional supplements that you should be on.
SortPrice.com is a leading eCommerce portal that constantly pushes to stay ahead of the game. Unlike other platforms, SortPrice charges a single monthly fee rather than using a PPC model, protecting their clients from the costly effects of click fraud. SortPrice also pioneered a way for retailers to sell their products directly on Facebook in 2008 to take advantage the then untapped market of Social Commerce.
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Twenga.com is a price comparison channel with products from 4000 clients in 15 different countries. Utilizing relevant search term data from Adwords and Google Shopping, their built-in system customizes your Twenga store to align with your company’s eCommerce goals.
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With ShopMania.com, you can sort your products based on a variety of different categories. ShopMania in particular has an extensive catalog of nutritional supplements – if you are interested in reaching a large base of supplement users, look no further than ShopMania.
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If you are looking for a powerfully optimized eCommerce store that runs off of the simple and easy to use Connexity system, look no further. PriceGrabber offers a wide and exhaustive list of categories, so you can be sure that your customers will find the exact products that they are looking for.
Read more about the PriceGrabber (Connexity) feed specifications.
Read more about the Fruugo feed specifications
PricePlow was founded as a response to the pain points of the traditional supplement buying experience. While other marketplaces focus on products like appliances and electronics in addition to supplements, there wasn’t a portal exclusively for nutrition. That’s where PricePlow comes in. PricePlow focuses solely on supplements and, as a result, is able to offers a vast selection at affordable prices.
Brian oversees all of Feedonomics’ Automation Processes. He loves taking the most annoying manual tasks and automating them. Brian received both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from UCLA, where he graduated summa cum laude.