November 06, 2020

Hello Amazon Seller,

12 Black Friday & Cyber Monday Tips To Help You Bring In The Big FBA Bucks

Black Friday 2020 is poised to be one of the most profitable in history. Make sure you’re prepared to handle the holiday sales blitz with this blog, full of 12 tips you won’t find anywhere else!

In it, you’ll find:
  • Marketing ideas guaranteed to grab attention and conversions
  • Listing optimization techniques that get you noticed
  • Strategies for ensuring you have enough inventory to keep up with demand
...And more! With this simple guide in your hands, your FBA business will be well on its way to holiday domination!

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Amazon Prime Day Recap has put out its Comprehensive Prime Day Report and it is extremely festive, with lots of charts and graphs.

Some tidbits from the report:
  • 36% of US consumers have a Prime account.
  • Promotion discounts ranged from 32%-39% depending on the product category.
  • 71% of shoppers did not price compare with other retailers on Prime Day.
  • 90% of Prime Day shoppers expect to shop on Amazon again in Q4.
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How Amazon Makes Small Changes to Subtly Manipulate Seller Behavior

Over the last few months, Amazon has made significant changes to the Seller Central interface. Each of these modifications is a subtle nudge, encouraging certain seller behaviors and discouraging others.

Every one of these changes makes life easier for Amazon, and harder for sellers. As an Amazon seller, it’s critical that you understand the eCommerce giant’s strategies and then make your own choices about how to respond. Following Amazon’s hints and recommendations blindly could prove disastrous for your bottom line.

(This is an excellent article we found on WebRetailer.)

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Best Amazon Seller Podcasts

You’re busy and don’t have time to comb through countless articles on how to rock Fulfilment by Amazon (FBA). And while we do our best to condense all that information into this newsletter, we also recommend listening to these amazing Amazon seller podcasts.

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Amazon’s Vine Program for Sellers: What Is It? And Is It Worth It?

The Vine is a product review program created by Amazon to provide customers with honest and unbiased reviews.

Unlike the Early Reviewer Program, which incentivizes customers who have already purchased a product to leave a review, Amazon Vine invites customers to receive a product for free in exchange for a review.

Now, Amazon doesn’t let just any customer into the Amazon Vine program; the “Vine Voices” are restricted to Amazon’s most trusted reviewers.

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Interesting Tip

Please do not leave ANY reviews as a buyer connected to your seller account. If you buy and leave a bad review (even in good faith) to an item(s) somewhat related to what you sell, they can consider it as review manipulation. They are very sensitive to leaving a bad review when connected to a seller account.

2021 How To Sell On Amazon FBA For Beginners

Everything you need to know to start selling on Amazon.
  • Step-by-step guide for beginners
  • Learn how to sell with Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA)
  • Make money online by starting your own business
Provided by the smart folks at Jungle Scout

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10 Things To Look For When Hiring An Amazon FBA Prep Center

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As your Amazon business grows, you’ll find yourself spending a lot of time preparing items to send to Amazon. For those of you selling 100's or 1000's of units every month, you know exactly what I’m talking about.At this point, you usually have 2 options:1. Hire staff2. Hire a prep centerHiring staff might seem like an easy option but it’s …

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