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I’ve updated my article, Twenty Tips for Selling on Amazon. It includes three good reasons that you should become a professional seller. (You can see one listed on the left.) You can also see ways to deal with negative feedback, packing tips and 17 other tips.
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 […]
How Congress, The Post Office and Chinese Businesses Are Screwing eBay And Amazon Sellers With The ePacket Program
Today’s post is a guest post by Jose Calero of LapWorks, Inc Where else in the world can you go, except in America, to set-up an online business only to have your government subsidize your Chinese competitors so they can undercut your prices and steal your business? It makes you wonder . . . . […]
15. Go the extra mile to remove negative feedback – When ever I get a neutral or negative feedback, the first thing I do is immediately email the customer with a very sincere apology and I include a $10 Amazon gift card as a token of my sincerity. I do not ask the customer to […]
14. Label your items and shipments correctly when sending to FBA – believe me I know from experience it is very easy to mislabel products. When you put a shipment together create some type of system to double check that each product has the correct label. I once mixed up some bracelet labels. The bracelets […]
The two new challenges for Amazon FBA Sellers are Long Term Storage Fees, which affect all FBA Sellers. The other challenge only affects media sellers and is potentially really bad for anyone who lives and ships from West of The Mississippi River. Lets take that one first: Amazon relocates media warehouse to Pennsylvania Here is […]
Hundreds of my regular readers took advantage of the PROVEN AMAZON COURSE when Jim Cockrum and I launched it back in March. We had to limit the numbers as our coaches and experts only had so much time to devote to it. But now that most of the folks have been completely through the course […]
Let me list the reasons: It happened slowly, but my Amazon business is now equaling my eBay business. Although Amazon’s fees are somewhat higher than eBay, they do most of the work for me. Amazon’s warehouse service, Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA), allows me to go on vacation without taking down my listings. They will even […]
Amazon reported financial results yesterday that shocked Wall Street Analysts. They were so good that although the Dow is down over 100 points today, Amazon stock is up over 5%. Some highlights: Amazon net sales in the 4th quarter increased over 36% over the same quarter last year The 4th Quarter was Amazon’s first $10 […]
Join me at the Amazon independent Sellers Conference July 10-13 in Seattle Colin Sebastian, Digital Media & Internet analyst at Wall Street firm Lazard Capital Markets, estimates that Amazon.com’s third-party sellers will generate nearly $9 billion in gross merchandise sales in 2009. This is up from roughly $7 billion in 2008.This may be why more […]
Finding good dropshippers and wholesale suppliers for eBay is a challenge for every eBay seller. Here is one place you can look I recently found a new listing of eBay wholesale suppliers and drop shippers called Aid & Trade. Like all wholesale lists it has its flaws –there are always some suppliers who manage to […]
Posted: April 17th, 2009 under Drop Shipping for eBay Sellers.
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