Welcome to Seller Nexus Blog with useful tips & tricks for Amazon Sellers from Amazon Sellers.
There are interesting offline marketing activities Amazon sellers allowed to do. One of them is packaging inserts which can be added to every order. Let’s find out how they work.
Many sellers tie their success on Amazon to the amount of money they make. And they are right, as the conversion rate is a metric which tells how many people are ready to purchase your product. You can draw conclusions about whether you have specified your target audience correctly, whether your product is of high quality and whether people are happy with it.
If you are here, you are just getting started with the FBA system and how it works. This step-by-step guide will teach you how to make your first FBA shipment. Everything is easier than you expect, so let’s get ready!
If you are interested in publishing your own Kindle book, you’ve come to the right place. Publishing a book is always exciting, no matter whether it is your first book or not.
This article will teach you how to avoid long-term FBA storage fees if you use FBA for selling on Amazon. They used to occur on February 15th and August 15th every year, however, they are now charged on a monthly basis. Amazon charges an FBA storage fee for every item which has been in stock for 6 months. This happens every month, on the 15th day.
In today’s article, we are going to tell you about how the figures from the Amazon 1099-K form are calculated. In fact, sellers cross the threshold of Amazon 1099-K if they have more than $20K payments processed within 200 transactions. If you sell less, this form won’t be your concern.
If you are going to sell on Amazon for free and create an Amazon seller account without paying a cent for that, you are in the right place. We are going to tell you how to create an Amazon seller account and get rid of any payments, as there are two types of accounts where you need to pay a monthly fee and where you need not to pay anything.
Amazon long tail keywords are words that include descriptive phrases instead of short common words. While ‘head keywords’ are very popular and people search for them many times per day, long-tail words can help the Amazon’s A9 algorithm find your keyword in the whole phrase.
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.