Tips for Sourcing Products From India

Tips for Sourcing Products From India

For some, selling on the Amazon marketplace is a passive income source. But with the right products, this passive income can overtake your active income. You just need to find the correct products.

So how and from where do you source these items?


The Forgotten Risks of Manual Repricing

The Forgotten Risks of Manual Repricing

Manual repricing might seem like a great option for your Amazon storefront. After all, you can reset your item price as often as you like from your Seller Central dashboard.

On the other hand, there are a few risks to think about when it comes to manually repricing your products. In this blog post, we’ll outline three factors to consider when developing your Amazon pricing strategy.


Feedback Frenzy [Webinar Recap]

Feedback Frenzy [Webinar Recap]

After the holiday rush, you might be tempted to hit autopilot for a couple of months to recover. However, if you can dig deep for a little longer, you could reap some real rewards. You probably saw a bump in sales during the final quarter which means that, more than any other time of year, you have the opportunity to drastically increase the amount of feedback you receive.

During the recent Feedback Frenzy webinar, Liz Fickenscher and Colleen Quattlebaum provided some invaluable tips on reaching out to customers and earning the praise you deserve. You’ve earned it!


Don’t Miss the 2018 Amazon Virtual Summit

Don’t Miss the 2018 Amazon Virtual Summit

We’re partnering with CPC Strategy and Feedvisor to bring you the 2018 Amazon Virtual Summit, a free three day event featuring high-quality presentations from Amazon experts. You won’t want to miss this!

The 2018 Amazon Virtual Summit will be held daily from February 20th-22nd at 2 p.m. EST.


Expanding Your Private-Label Product Line

Expanding Your Private-Label Product Line

So, you have researched, developed and successfully launched your private-label product on the Amazon marketplace. What’s next?

The biggest mistake I see sellers making is stopping with their initial product and not moving on to working on the next one.


Optimizing Enhanced Brand Content

Optimizing Enhanced Brand Content

Enhanced Brand Content (EBC) continues to evolve on the Amazon marketplace. It has become a fundamental feature for brands when creating product listings. This tool widely became available to sellers at the start of 2017, with the goal to enhance the customer shopping experience, improve conversions and ultimately increase sales.


Stop Leaving Cash on the Warehouse Floor: Managing Returns

Stop Leaving Cash on the Warehouse Floor: Managing Returns

Managing returns can be complicated for many Amazon sellers, but it’s even tougher for high volume merchants. Eytan Wiener set out to find a better returns solution for his eCommerce company, Quantum Networks, a few years ago and ultimately created a partnership with Tradeport. Now he’s committed to helping other Amazon and online sellers understand why they should have a clear returns process.


Launching Your Private-Label Products: Driving Initial Sales

Launching Your Private-Label Products: Driving Initial Sales

In this series on launching your private-label product, I’ve discussed optimizing your product page and putting together a strategy to gather product reviews. The next step is marketing. Amazon.com, Inc. (“Amazon”) does not offer an “if you build it, they will come” platform. You have to drive that initial traffic.

Amazon’s search engine is primarily based on sales and conversion rate. Don’t expect to be ranking well for your primary keywords without any sales history.


5 Cutting-Edge Amazon Trends for a Head Start in 2018

5 Cutting-Edge Amazon Trends for a Head Start in 2018

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.



Private-Label Reputation Management: Three Tips for Five Stars

Private-Label Reputation Management: Three Tips for Five Stars

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.


Suspended Sellers and Multiple Rights Owner Complaints

Suspended Sellers and Multiple Rights Owner Complaints

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.


Launching Your Private-Label Products: Gathering Product Reviews

Launching Your Private-Label Products: Gathering Product Reviews

In the last article in my series on launching a private-label product, I shared how to optimize your product page for search and conversion. Once you have a high-quality product page created, there is one more piece to the page that is a big part of the Amazon shopping experience: product reviews.

Gone are the days when you could do a large giveaway and quickly gather dozens or even hundreds of reviews. Amazon.com, Inc. (“Amazon”) has banned that practice and does suspend sellers for perceived review manipulation.



An Overview of Amazon Stores for Brand Owners

An Overview of Amazon Stores for Brand Owners

Over the past few months, I have had lots of clients asking me about Amazon stores and if they are really worth the investment. My response is always “yes!”

While it is too early to truly understanding the real return on investment, this should not be the only deciding factor for creating an Amazon store. Remember that with Amazon.com, Inc. (“Amazon”), the customer comes first. These stores completely focus on the customer shopping experience.