Reverb.com is a Chicago marketplace offering musical instruments and accompanying electronics. The site has existed since 2013.
The company purchases and sells vintage and pre-owned musical instruments and equipment, such as keyboards, guitars, speakers, amplifiers, and other devices.
The US, Canada, and the UK are the top three countries sending traffic to the website. France and Germany are following them in the number of customers.
Most of the platform's audience consists of males, 70.9% of visitors, while females account for 29.1%. The largest age group among visitors falls within the 25 to 34-year-old.
The key traffic source for the site comes directly from users, contributing to 47.79% of desktop visits. The second-highest source is Organic Search, accounting for 35.29% of traffic.
Reverb links you with dedicated musicians worldwide interested in musical instruments, and there are a lot of them.
The marketplace provides shipping supplies and helpful advice, making it easy and affordable to send your items.
Reverb's experts on musical inventory are there to help you make sales and share their knowledge with you.
You'll be part of a diverse group of sellers, including people, artists, stores, and more. Many potential buyers will see your goods.
Reverb actively promotes products, leading to an average increase in order volume for sellers to opt-in all eligible inventory. Even if you don't include all your items, participating in these sales can still drive traffic to your shop and draw attention to your listings.
Bumping your listings is a quick way to gain more visibility. Reverb places your gear in premium website locations, increasing its exposure to potential buyers. You can set your bump rate as a percentage of the item's final sale price. You can also promote items on Facebook, Reddit, and YouTube.
Click the sell button and list your musical instrument within minutes, especially if you do it via a product feed.
Send a request to our support team for the creation of the Reverb Shopify feed, and we will do it for free.
You can use filters to pick which products to show or not. For instance, you can leave items of a certain category or collection.
Sellers can localize their feed templates to make them easier to understand for people from other countries by connecting the translation services and apps to Mulwi.
You might sell from the closest stock location to ensure quicker and more affordable delivery. Select the right stock location when making a product list to make this happen.
And if you ever need help, our Mulwi support team is always here. Contact us, and we'll give you good answers and expert advice. We'll help you make product lists that are right for your store.
You can utilize prices you've set up to sell internationally through the Shopify Markets feature in your store. Include these prices in your product feed by choosing an already available Shopify Market.