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Anyone who’s been selling on the Amazon marketplace for some time can attest one thing with certainty: the market never stays the same for long. Each year brings new technology and influences from outside eCommerce sites, not to mention new expectations and demands from the changing consumer culture.
To stay afloat, merchants must keep their fingers on the pulse of the Amazon marketplace: new advancements at Amazon.com, Inc. (“Amazon”), new trends among other vendors and new preferences from shoppers.
In this guest post, Jennifer Dunn of TaxJar lends some perspective to the recent Washington State sales tax changes for FBA sellers.
Amazon is now collecting Washington State sales tax on behalf of FBA sellers. What does that mean for FBA sellers in other locations?
Success and failure on the Amazon marketplace is determined by a mere handful of stars.
Reputation concerns almost every Amazon seller, big or small, new or old. But more than the others, private-label sellers rely on their reputations to sustain their businesses. The more unknown a brand is, the harder they have to work to prove themselves.
In this guest post, Travis Stockman of Amazon Sellers Lawyer shares his insight regarding multiple rights owner complaints for suspended Amazon sellers.
Often Amazon sellers receive fraudulent or baseless intellectual property (IP) complaints resulting in the suspension of their selling privileges on the Amazon platform. Amazon sellers find themselves overwhelmed as they can receive numerous IP complaints at once.