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February 24, 2021
Posted by Jimi Patel
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Everyone who has shopped on Amazon knows the jitters: you want to try the product but don't want to risk the money. Most of us require an assurance that the product we're buying is worth the money spent. Reviews act as solid social proof, but Amazon being the retail giant, has raving reviews for almost all the products.
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February 16, 2021
Posted by Jimi Patel
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Amazon accounts for more than 50% of the total online sales. Considering that nearly 70% of these shoppers prefer buying eco-friendly products, highlighting your products as “green & clean” can prove to be very beneficial for your brand. One of the best ways to make your sustainable products more prominent is by getting the Climate Pledge Friendly badge. What does it mean? How can sellers get “Climate Pledge Friendly?” Keep reading to learn everything about the program.
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February 11, 2021
Posted by Jimi Patel
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About 20-40% of your sales are returned, but Amazon wants its sellers to keep the ratio under 10%. This means that reducing returns isn't an option for you; it's a necessity. If left unchecked, they can eat up all your profits and ruin the reputation of your brand.
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February 3, 2021
Posted by Jimi Patel
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When was the last time you shopped from a desktop app? Probably a long time ago. Just like you, shoppers around the globe are inclining towards mobile shopping and if you don't adapt, good luck getting good conversion rates. Mobile shoppers are increasing every minute, yet while creating visuals for our Amazon store, we often don't consider how they will look and resonate with shoppers on a smaller screen. But it’s high time we take our mobile shoppers seriously.
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January 28, 2021
Posted by Jimi Patel
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Valentine’s Day brings joy and love for not just couples but also for Amazon sellers. It is a ray of light in an almost-quiet and mostly-depressing Q1 of the year. If like every Amazon seller, you feel that your business has slowed down since Christmas then Valentine’s Day is a can’t-miss opportunity to make up for the lost sales.
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January 20, 2021
Posted by Jimi Patel
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Humans are visually wired creatures, in simple language - lazy. Your shoppers might not even bother to read your information-packed description, but they will definitely view each and every image you upload. If your Amazon product photography isn’t compelling enough, they won't hesitate to jump on your competitor's listings.
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January 13, 2021
Posted by Jimi Patel
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Congratulations, you have successfully entered the year 2021! Holidays are over and so is 2020. The pandemic has accelerated online shopping by almost 30%. Amazon announced on seller central, "Independent businesses...
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January 5, 2021
Posted by Jimi Patel
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2020 was err…well... let's not talk about that. Let bygones be bygones, it's 2021 and this is going to be a splendid year! To make sure you start the year on the right note, we have created this awesome list of tips and tactics that will help you increase Amazon sales in 2021 and beyond. Implementing these strategies might be what you always needed to take your business to the next level.
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December 30, 2020
Posted by Jimi Patel
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2020 has been a hell of a year for everyone else; for Amazon sellers, it was turbulent at first and then incredible afterward (All thanks to Prime Day, Black Friday & the holiday season!). COVID-19 gifted Amazon greater market share and sales volume we could only dream of and sellers selling on Amazon were at the right place at the right time. With the company’s foundation getting stronger, everyone is thinking what’s ahead for Amazon in 2021 and, more importantly, how will it benefit the sellers?
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December 23, 2020
Posted by Jimi Patel
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Because of Brexit - Britain's (United Kingdom) "exit" from the European Union (EU), Amazon announced that its UK FBA operation will split from the EU. This means that you can no longer ship all of your European marketplaces order from the UK warehouse and vice versa.
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