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Five Tips to Increase Your Amazon Sales

1. Always Answer Customer Communications quickly – When you get a question from a customer, Amazon wants you to answer it within 24 hours and if you do not that is a demerit against your account. You can see customer questions in your Seller Central just to the left of the page and you can […]

Last Minute Tax Steps to Save You Money on Your 2015 Taxes

Before I get started let me state clearly and strongly that I AM NOT A TAX EXPERT but I do have a lot of experience in business and these are some of the things I have learned you can do to lower your taxes for this year. There are two methods of accounting –Cash and […]

Using Amazon FBA To Sell on eBay and Fulfill eBay Orders

Many Amazon sellers do not know that Amazon will fulfill your eBay (or website or any other sales venue) orders for you.  And the best part is that Amazon passes on their low UPS rates to you when they do that. The way it  works is simple.  When an item sells on eBay (or any […]

Selling Tips for Amazon Prime Day

On July 1st Amazon released the news about Prime Day – Step Aside Black Friday – Meet Prime Day On the eve of Amazon’s 20th birthday, the company introduces Prime Day, a global shopping event, with more deals than Black Friday, exclusively for Prime members Unfortunately they did not give sellers a lot of time […]

Amazon & eBay’s Image Guidelines giving you sleepless nights? There is a solution!

Today’s post is a guest post by Lewis Bezinna.  Lewis  is the Founder of RemovemyBackground.com, Image Editing Specialists in providing Background Removal service for Amazon and eBay sellers. You can find out more at: http://www.removemybackground.com. In recent times, having fantastic looking e-commerce photos has become paramount to success for online retailers. There exist all sorts […]

Multi-Channel Selling – eBay or Amazon

Today’s post is a guest post by John Haselden. Retailers now-a-days can sell on a plethora of marketplaces. Almost every day a new one arrives. Selling hand-made items? Sell them on Etsy. Expanding to an international audience? Try Rakuten. Do you have electronics for sale? Newegg is your new best friend. These marketplaces may seem […]

Simplifying Your e-Commerce Selling with Skubana

This is a guest piece by Chad Rubin of Skubana. About Skubana: Skubana is an enterprise-grade, all-in-one, SaaS platform that empower sellers to synchronize, optimize & simplify their entire ecommerce operation. Our technology is the only, truly unified system that integrates out-of-the-box with all the marketplaces and shopping carts for flexible order fulfillment (via internal warehouse, […]

Are eBay Executives Overpaid?

Ina Steiner in eCommercebytes reported today that eBay has released the compensation and perks for their top executives eBay CEO John Donahoe received $14 million in total compensation (including salary, bonus, stock, options) in 2014, up 1.6% from 2013, while CFO Bob Swan received compensation totaling $7.7 million in 2014, down 2.9% from the previous […]

Lost Your Job – Can Online Marketing Replace Your Income?

Despite government assurances that the economy is getting better, there are still over ¼ million people who lose their jobs each month –and even worse, there are now over 11 million people who have given up looking for work and are no longer counted in the statistics. At least once a week I get an […]

Make It Easy for Someone to Buy from You – Develop a Brand

Today’s post is a guest post by Diana Ratliff and expert in website marketing. Her contact info is at the end of the article. Make It Easy for Someone to Buy from You – Develop a Brand By Diana Ratliff If you want your products to stand out in the marketplace, you need three things. […]

February Newsletter is Now Available

The Feb 2015 Issue of the Online Sellers News for eBay and Amazon Sellers is now online. In This Issue 1. Five Tips to Increase Your Amazon FBA Profits 2.  eBay’s Woes Continue – Can They Ever Recover? 3.  eBay Niche of The Month – 35mm Film Camera Lenses 4. Preventing Returns on eBay and […]

Leveraging Sales Rank to Formulate Amazon Selling Strategies

Today’s post is a guest post by Izabella de Souza of Appeagle – am Amazon repricing service. Leveraging Sales Rank to Formulate Amazon Selling Strategies By Izabella De Souza of Appeagle Selling on Amazon is a marathon, not a sprint. There are numerous factors and idiosyncrasies that play into selling effectively online, and it can […]

New Years Resolution for FBA sellers

“Master Inventory Control” For most of us, inventory is our single biggest expense. Amazon is very simple – In general, the more SKUs you have, the more you will sell. But under performing inventory can be a profit trap. As you go through the year, follow these steps: – Practice Just in Time Inventory. Watch […]

Amazon Repricing Software Glitch Bankrupts Many UK FBA Sellers

Before I get into this, I wanted to let you know I had a bad fall the other night and although nothing broken, my left arm is in a sling.  I should be able to get out of it in about a week – but in the meantime I can only type one-handed.  So let […]

Search for your own books – use bookfinder.com as metasearch

Today’s post is a guest post by Scott Laming and Bernd Heinisch from team at www.bookfinder.com ————————- In online bookselling the competition is fierce. With such a vast number of books, sellers and marketplaces for a customer to choose from, it can be hard to stand out in the crowd.  However simple changes in your […]

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