We recently returned from Las Vegas for the 2017 PROSPER Show and boy, was it a great event! It took place at the Las Vegas Convention Center right on the heels of the ASD Market Week and SourceDirect Trade Show. The day before PROSPER started, our team got to walk the halls to see the tremendous amount of retail, import and wholesale products that were lined up in staggering displays in the …
Standing out in a crowded eCommerce marketplace can be challenging. Guest contributor Anna Johansson shares four strategies for differentiating your brand in this post. The barriers to entry are incredibly low in most eCommerce industries.
You may be a 5-star Amazon seller in one country, but that doesn’t make you a 5-star international seller. Amazon seller feedback does not migrate over when you open up a new account in another country, even if you have a unified account. Seller feedback remains at the country level, and that is to ensure sellers are providing an excellent customer service at a national level where shipping times and customer expectations vary.
Product review solicitation can be tricky. There are rules in place, and it’s imperative that you know what they are. eComEngine’s Founder and President, Jay Lagarde and FeedbackFive Product Manager Laura Pugliese are sharing some timely information in our upcoming webinar.
I am excited to present a series of interviews with brands that have been able to successfully grow their Amazon presence. Even for an established business, it can be challenging to grow sales while navigating the Amazon platform and making sure you’re working towards your large picture goals. Therefore, learning from companies that have had strong Amazon growth will benefit both new and experienced sellers.
Ed Rosenberg, founder of Amazon Sellers Group, recently interviewed eComEngine founder and President Jay Lagarde about FeedbackFive, RestockPro and more. In celebration of eComEngine’s 10th anniversary and the upcoming Amazon Professional Sellers Meetup & Workshop, we’re sharing some highlights from the conversation.
Jay Lagarde founded eComEngine ten years ago in March 2007. Our company has grown tremendously in the past decade, having invented the first feedback management tool for Amazon sellers (FeedbackFive) as well as a tool for managing FBA inventory (RestockPro) and a market research product (eComSpy).
It’s never too early to start planning ahead for success in Q4.
In fact, Q2 is a great time to consider what you could improve upon from last year and what you’d like to try in the remainder of the year. I’m tackling this topic in a round table conversation with CJ Rosenbaum of Amazon Sellers’ Lawyer, Jennifer Dunn of TaxJar and Philippe Pierre-Antoine of Savage Sellers.
A few months ago, I wrote about Navigating Andon Cords, also known as the Amazon product suspension policy for vendors. If you’re not yet familiar, the fulfillment center (FC) teams of Amazon.com, Inc. (“Amazon”) are empowered to temporarily suspend the selling of a product that has received negative customer feedback until the matter has been resolved.
Amazon.com, Inc. (“Amazon”) recently announced changes to fees for the FBA program. New rates began on February 22, 2017.
Merchants can expect to see the following updates:
A consolidated per-unit fulfillment fee instead of separate charges for weight, order handling and pick & pack