Welcome to Seller Nexus Blog with useful tips & tricks for Amazon Sellers from Amazon Sellers.
So, as you have already understood, Amazon is going to change their FBA fees once more. The change will happen in February, this year - February 15 for storage fees and February 19 for referral ones.
Have you ever worked on product research? Have you found your ideal product to sell on Amazon? Sure, this requires much time and effort, still, most of successful business owners on Amazon have passed through these challenges including sourcing products from China. They have found suppliers, checked the quality and shipped their products to Amazon warehouses.
The first challenge for every seller is finding out whether a product can be shipped to one of Amazon’s warehouses. There are several moments to pay attention to - prohibited cargos, hazmat products, etc. Sometimes, they check even packaging looking at whether it (or your products itself) is not copyrighted or trademarked.
Amazon has already become a synonym of shopping online - they offer tons of products, fast delivery, full support, and the best customer service. Amazon also offers a list of various payment methods - bank accounts, credit cards, and even reward points or Amazon gift cards! But what about PayPal?
Amazon constantly updates their Messaging system for buyers and sellers to make the customer experience the best for shoppers. Unsolicited emails are considered to lower user experience.
Amazon sellers are used to the idea that the cost of manufacturing in China is much lower than in the US. This belief is especially popular among Private Label sellers, but is it really so? Let’s learn more about American and Chinese manufacturing and see whether Chinese manufacturing companies are the best option for cooperation.
Amazon Prime Student offers discounts for students so they don’t need to pay the full Prime fee. Students can get a 6-month trial which contains all the benefits of regular Prime membership. This allows students to get school supplies in time and be ready to learn productively any time. And saved cash can be spent on other students’ needs.
Usual codes work well too until someone posts the code somewhere on the Internet. And does anybody want to sell all the products for discounted prices? No! So let’s dive deeper into the details and find out how to create and work with single-use coupon codes.
This article will tell you more why Amazon prohibits activities and how it can protect Amazon users (both shoppers and sellers). Breaking their rules leads to ban and payments holding. Why is it so? What does it mean for Amazon sellers?