Category: Amazon Seller Blog

Congratulations, you’ve done it. You’ve created your online store. The only problem is you can’t be found on Google and you’ve had 4 visitors in the past month. Having an independent online store is a dream for many, but it can be difficult to get noticed. That’s why many online retailers choose to also sell on the marketplaces. Although it means relinquishing some control and some of your profit margin, […]

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Selling on multiple marketplaces such as Amazon, Walmart and eBay, has become the holy grail for many online retailers.  It’s no surprise why, as expanding to multiple marketplaces enables online merchants to reach new audiences, increase the visibility of their products, and ultimately increase sales.  However, selling on more than one online sales channel poses unique challenges that if not dealt with correctly, can affect sellers’ bottom line. One of […]

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Guest Contributor: Kevin Cook Does this sound familiar:  You head to the office early to finally review your week’s shipping and financials.  You read your email first…and that’s when everything else gets in the way. A prospective customer you have been chasing wants to talk, a key employee is ill and will be out for a week, an inventory shipment will be delayed (or a technical glitch will slow your […]

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While there is no single magic bullet to help you stand out and sell more on the marketplaces, kitting and bundling is an underutilized method for increasing your search results and selling more inventory on key online channels, such as Amazon, eBay, and Walmart.  Kits and bundles don’t cost you anything, are easy to create, and allow you to manage your inventory to sell more.   So, what are kits […]

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The evolution of ecommerce in one word: multichannel selling. What was once a brick-and-mortar shop with a simple HTML website hosting products (if that) has become a ten channel fire breathing, money-making chimera. Not only can one have a physical store, they can now use only a mouse to customize multiple websites stylishly without knowing what an angle bracket is, while selling the same product on a vast array of […]

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Have you ever found yourself shopping for a last minute gift, clicking through multiple websites, looking for the next best deal? Chances are you have. It’s no surprise that recent research has revealed that the average consumer spends less than one minute on any given website. Yikes! Consumers today shop online for a wide range of reasons; from purchasing school supplies and toys for a beloved pet, to ordering a […]

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