The Lowdown on Prime Wardrobe

The Lowdown on Prime Wardrobe

Internet retail giant Amazon.com, Inc. (“Amazon”) is no stranger to apparel sales. According to a Slice Intelligence study, Amazon accounts for 16.6% of “all apparel sales among U.S. consumers aged 18 to 34.” That’s number one, ahead of Nordstrom, Inc. which has 8.1% market share. Now, Amazon is offering Prime Wardrobe, a try-before-you-buy program available to Amazon Prime members that should revolutionize the way we buy our clothing.


Webinar Announcement: eComSpy – Smart Sourcing for Amazon Sellers

Webinar Announcement: eComSpy – Smart Sourcing for Amazon Sellers

As a seller on the Amazon marketplace, you never want to stock inventory that isn’t going to sell. But how can you know what ASINs will be successful and which ones won’t? That’s where eComSpy comes in. You can quickly upload a list of ASINs, UPCs or EANs and get access to a lot of actionable data that can help you make smart inventory decisions.


A Vendor’s Perspective on Duplicate ASIN Merges

A Vendor’s Perspective on Duplicate ASIN Merges

Have you ever notice how many duplicate listings for the same product float around the Amazon platform? This is the result of sellers setting up their own ASINs with their own product detail pages. While this might seem ideal for boosting competition between sellers, it actually detracts from the customer experience by creating confusion. So when you see that your ASIN has been merged with the manufacturer’s product page, don’t fret.