See why Rufus is more than just a shopping assistant on Amazon
The problem with Amazon's Buy Shipping is that it’s a powerful yet confusing technology that isn’t well explained by Amazon or other retailers. So, we have decided to create this guide so we can explain how it handles packaging and labeling, automation of shipping-related tasks, offering multiple shipping options, and monitoring your shipping performance to ensure your success.
Product images serve as the first point of contact with potential customers and can be the deciding factor in whether or not a customer clicks on the "Buy" button. Here are five secret ways to showcase your product's value to customers and increase the likelihood of clicks.
Amazon is a master at leveraging customer-centric innovation to propel its growth. The company has taken its business to the next level by building the organization around artificial intelligence and machine learning. Here in this article, we’ll have a look at the various ways Amazon uses AI to dominate ecommerce. We’ll cover not only product recommendations but also other use cases like Alexa, Amazon Go, etc.
While plenty of strategies exist for bringing traffic to your Amazon listings, it’s vital to focus on the options available to you in Seller Central.
If your company isn’t gearing up for Amazon Prime Day, you have less than two months to get going. But why make room for Amazon Prime Day on your list of things to do? Here's why, and how to prepare for the big day.
Right now, all signs point to Amazon developing a singular vendor system that is set to replace their dual-vendor system. That has many companies wondering how drastically their experience with selling on Amazon can possibly change.
It’s common for sellers to experiment with pricing, imagery, copy, and many other elements. However, there’s one component of selling on Amazon that you absolutely cannot risk with an experimental approach: Fulfillment.
One essential element that far too many companies don’t focus on enough is shipping. Take the time to implement these tips and you can look forward to better results selling on Amazon.
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For retailers, Amazon is both the land of opportunity and a constant head-to-head battle with all of their rivals.
6 Winning Strategies for Amazon Sponsored Products
When setting up their Amazon merchant account, most businesses don’t think about the prospect of getting banned.
Nowadays, there are an overwhelming amount of ways to advertise your products online. From Google Shopping Ads to retargeting campaigns to Facebook ads, the possibilities seem endless. It can be difficult to know where to drop your advertising dollar.
More than 300,000 small and medium-sized U.S. based businesses started selling on the Amazon platform in 2017 alone. With that many sellers, it can be hard to stand out among the pack. Here’s where Amazon’s advertising solutions come into play. Sponsored Products, Headline Search Ads, and Amazon Stores offer a unique way to reach customers, boost product visibility and land more sales within the Amazon platform.
Amazon’s Buy Box is the featured section on a product detail page where customers can click-to-add directly into their shopping carts. Needless to say, winning the Buy Box can be a boom to sales. But because multiple sellers can sell the same product, it’s not uncommon to find your products “competing” with other listings to win the Buy Box. To the novice seller, this might all seem arbitrary — maybe even lucky. But Amazon’s product search takes multiple variables into consideration to decide what listing to show in the Buy Box.
Third party sellers make up a big part of Amazon’s sales. The retail giant generated a whopping 31.88 billion dollars in third-party seller services revenues in 2017 alone. A lot of these third-party sellers are competing to sell the same products. And since there is only one listing per product, these sellers need a way to stand out from the pack. That’s where the Buy Box comes into play.
Amazon sellers have a lot on their plate. They have to decide what products to sell, create the actual product listing and run their business outside of Amazon. Add shipping and fulfillment in there and it can get exhausting. That’s where Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) comes in. It’s the alternative option to Fulfillment by Merchant (FBM) that can save sellers time to focus on other areas of their business.
Titles are one of the most important features of any Amazon listing. Without an optimized title, your products may not be found by potential customers and, as a result, yours sales will suffer. In order to build that perfect title, there are certain formulas that you can use as guidelines. With that being said, not all titles follow the same format. The format all depends on what category you are selling in and the specific product type.
Creating product listings are usually pretty straight-forward. One product, one listing. But what happens when you have items that are all related but only vary by attributes such as color or size? If you create a separate listing for each of these product variations, it becomes difficult for a person to shop all of your product options as they would have to click through multiple listings to see all of the options available.
Do you know exactly what ASINs are and why they play a key role in your Amazon listings?
More and more, seasoned sellers are turning to Amazon listing tools – software that allows businesses to update product listings in bulk, sync orders and more. But how do you know which tool is the right one for you? What features should you look for? Read on to find out.
Here are a few reasons why your product data can hold you back from reaching more Amazon shoppers.