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Every seller who wants to succeed on Amazon to make more sales is interested in having persuasive and informative product listings. You could create it as for private label product, as well as for various arbitrage items, and even for unique package of products. Well-designed Amazon product listings boost the product rating and increase your Amazon performance efficiently. Most likely, you have already met very poor examples of product listings. You could be embarrassed by an unclear or peculiar title which is hard to understand what product is for sale. This is the problem of selecting the most accurate and specific keywords. In another case, maybe you have realized that this is exactly that product you were looking for to buy, but suddenly you felt confused by rather fuzzy and unstructured description. Sometimes you like and understand both the product title and the description, but the images are more than disgusting. Then, you regret about the time spent there, go away from this Amazon seller and continue searching for the better one. These are some examples of how is better not to do at all.
The Buy Box is a dream of every Amazon seller who wants to succeed on the largest marketplace in the world and make more sales. You’ll be surprised with the fact that more than 90% of Amazon sales are made through the Buy Box. This magic option looks like an "Add to Cart" orange button in the right corner of the page. Every buyer wants to be there, because it works the next way: Amazon automatically chooses you as a seller when a potential buyer presses this button. That’s how you deal successfully with one more buyer. To achieve this goal you should be considered as one of the best sellers on the product listing according to some specific Amazon features.
Today, I want to talk with you about Amazon Standard Identification Numbers or ASINs. And unlike their name, they are not so well standardized as they supposed to be. Sometimes, there may be different ASINs for one product. It causes listings duplicating, then sellers can't reach all the potential clients, and customers become confused and frustrated. So, you can't just get ASINs and sell successfully. You need to check all of them and ensure that you use codes that are appropriate for all the marketplaces you work with. It is need to be done because Amazon can give different ASINs to different countries. If you are not sure whether you use rights id numbers or not, read further. I'll tell you how to find the best option for any Amazon seller!
Working on creating a great product listing? Looking for any secrets to increase your sales on Amazon? One of the best ways to maximize your Amazon product listings is to refer to other Amazon sellers’ successful experience. Looking into good examples of effective strategies that other sellers have practiced may benefit your Amazon business to a high grade. That’s how the crowded marketplace selling works with a high competitiveness level to make a good sale. This article is about how to optimize your product listings to make it attractive to a potential customer. However, while the Buy Box increases your sales too, there are also other beneficial tactics and selling algorithms. I want to share with you equally valuable SEO tips that will boost your Amazon listings!
We have talked much about Amazon fees, but I've never said a word about the FBA long-term storage fees, while it can eat a part of your budget. So, it's a nice time to dedicate an article to this topic. I hope my advice will be useful for everyone who is working as a FBA. As you know, there is an annual 'inventory cleanup' by Amazon from February 15 to August 15. For all the items that are stored in the FBA warehouses for more that 6 months, Amazon starts charging a long-term fee based on the amount of space these items take up. Of course, I doubt that any Amazon seller is happy with getting another fee, but are these Amazon long-term storage fees such a big deal? Sit beck and learn what do that fees mean to sellers and how you can overcome them. I've gathered the most useful details for you, dear readers!
Surely, most of the sellers include something interesting and useful to their emails. It depends on the type of products they work with. Things that work well for one category may not be suitable for another one. If you sell some dangerous items that can even cause accidents, include some safety info in an email. People will appreciate the fact that your tips helped to avoid unpleasant situations and injuries. Mostly, customers don't know that such things can be found on Amazon or just don't want to take some time to read them. So, gathering all the frequently asked questions in one email and adding them to the set of your follow-up emails is an awesome idea! This can prevent you from getting tons of emails with different questions about how to use your product or something like this, and your clients will be delighted with your additional attention to their needs. One more plus to your karma!
Have you ever heard about the importance of packaging and inserts? Many Amazon entrepreneurs don't think of packaging and inserts as of something useful, but they should do it, and here I'll tell you about the reasons why is it so. Some points, especially product reviews, need a special attention since Amazon changed their ToS in 2016. First and foremost, keep in mind that people will see your packaging and inserts obligatory. If you make them outstanding, it will tell them about you as an outstanding seller. It's a customer experience that everybody like.
I'm glad to see you on my blog again. Today, I'll tell you why product bundling is a brilliant idea for boosting your sales and the overall profits! Bundling is an option that gives you a chance for creating a unique product for the Amazon catalog. If your bundle is unique, it means that you will be the only seller with the Buy Box that always goes for individual product bundles. You will get the awaited Buy Box in case you follow all the Amazon policies regarding bundles. Here it is... Note, that this is just a General policy. Check the Detailed policy to find out if you create a bundle along their rules.
Surely, you remember about the Q4 peak season that is coming soon, but what if you wanted to get the same great income all year round? Any Amazon seller would say that profits are his goal. But those sellers would be surprised if hearing that selling profitably during the whole year is possible. So, the main goal of anyone who works with eCommerce is making money online constantly, not depending on seasons and holidays, though those days may bring additional profit. You may take the advantage from selling during the other three quarters of a year. Moreover, using a smart set of eCommerce tools can make the whole process automatic. So, you could sit back and watch how your business works by its own. Why does the majority of sellers prefers to concentrate on Q4? Unbelievable, but I'm wondering about it too. That's why I got an idea of writing this article. My goal is enlightening other Amazon sellers and showing them opportunities of selling in all periods.