In order to succeed in e-commerce you have to have a website that converts, products that people want and the drive to succeed. You have to stay on top of the latest trends and ahead of the competition. Here is a list of the top 10 trending products to sell in 2019 to get you started.
Fashion retailers are stocking their stores with shapewear and it's no wonder why! For the second year in a row this category is trending as women use shapewear in different ways such as under clothing or as tops. This niche continues to grow and should continue to increase during 2019.
2. Mens Plaid Shirts
In 2018, men went crazy for plaid shirts and that trend isn't going anywhere. You can capitalize on sales by adding these traditional products to your website and letting the keywords drive traffic if you plan ahead. Plaid is usually seasonal so add these products months in advance to give yourself time to build up your search rankings with Google.
I love this trend and I think it is here to stay! Athleisure is active wear worn as an everyday look as opposed to for athletic purposes like going to the gym. You could make an entire e-commerce store out of this one trend alone or add it to your product lines.
Female millenials are driving this trend that is highly influenced by social media influencers. If you are considering starting a new store in 2019, I would suggest you consider adding this trend to your store to drive sales.
4. Travel Accessories
Traveling the world has never been more popular. With more people moving away from traditional 9-5 routines and following their passions, travel is becoming more than just something you do once a year. Items such as this scratch off world map are driving online sales.
5. Automotive Accessories
As cars become more digital, so do the automotive accessories that consumers are wanting. Items such as this car projector below are driving sales in this category.
Around 1.2 billion watches are sold each year and most of them are sold in December. Think about adding this trend to your store to increase sales during the holidays and beyond.
7. Minimalist Jewelry
Minimalist Jewelry has seen strong sales growth for online retailers as this trend continues to grow. There are high volume searches from consumers for this type of jewelry and it is a great way to take advantage of this trend by adding it to your online store.
8. Heated Vests
If you love the outdoors but live in a cold climate are are sure to love this latest trend. Heated Vests are growing in popularity among outdoor enthusiasts, hunters, snowboarders and outdoor workers. Add these to your store during the colder months for bump in sales.
9. Ankle Boots
Adding footwear to your online store could be an easy way to increase sales as customers add on to their existing orders. The footwear niche is expected to have an annual growth rate of 8.1% until 2023. Don't wait to jump on the trend, add them to your store now.
10. Posture Corrector
Google trends shows searches for these keywords are surging so get onboard quickly. More people are stuck staring at computers all day. Being hunched over will eventually cause issues and more people are looking for ways to correct this. Find a way to integrate this new trend into your store to take advantage of the surge in popularity.
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