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Amazon sellers know that the fourth quarter is often a great moneymaking opportunity. Since it also tends to be a very busy time of year, it’s a good idea to plan ahead.
I recently hosted a round table on the subject of preparing for Q4 during Q2 with CJ Rosenbaum of Amazon Sellers’ Lawyer, Jennifer Dunn of TaxJar and Philippe Pierre-Antoine of Savage Sellers.
After banning incentivized reviews in October 2016, Amazon.com, Inc. (“Amazon”) assured third-party sellers that a program like the Amazon Vine program (which is only available to vendors) would be developed.
The Early Reviewer program was rolled out quietly and now appears in the Seller Central dashboard under the “Advertising” dropdown menu. In this blog post, we’ll explore this new program.
Have you ever wondered about the best way to communicate with a potential manufacturer?
I recently had the opportunity to talk to Anish Jain, owner of Streamline, about manufacturing in India. We also discussed best practices for Amazon sellers who are interested in sourcing from India.
In the past several weeks seller forums and even news outlets have exploded with reports that seller accounts are being hacked in large numbers. These hackers are using stolen credentials, logging into seller accounts and changing bank account information to route payments from Amazon.com, Inc. (“Amazon”) into their own accounts.