Success Tips for Your Holiday eCommerce Season

The holiday shopping season can make or break your annual profits. Ensure your holiday season goes off without a hitch with these top success tips. In 2019, US holiday retails sales hit a record high of $1.035 trillion. Between storing merchandise, managing orders, making shipping deadlines, and handling returns, quarter four can be a lot

2020-07-20T18:14:00+00:00July 20th, 2020|Categories: Prime Day, Stories|Tags: , |0 Comments

How Amazon Payouts and Unavailable Balances Actually Work

As an Amazon seller, you know the basics of Amazon’s payout schedule and have likely experienced an unavailable balance at some point. Simply put, Amazon pays you every 14 days or longer. But have you ever wondered why there’s a 14 day delay — or why you might have to wait longer than two weeks

Canton Fair to Invite Global Buyers to its 127th Edition Online from June 15

China Import and Export Fair ("Canton Fair" or "The Fair"), which will be held from June 15 to 24, is inviting over 400,000 global buyers to its 127th and first ever online exhibition. Through digital platforms, Canton Fair will further promote business resumption and online trade connection in an open economy.

4-Steps of Amazon FBA That Made Their Founders Millions…

Sellers, hear me out. The $20,046.68 is just one day of sales revenue. And that's just one [1] brand in one company. I'm about to make an insane move in the market. Probably not the smartest thing to do right now...  But we'll see. I'm about to show the inside track on the "4-steps of

2020-04-22T13:56:27+00:00April 22nd, 2020|Categories: Stories|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Good News and Bad News for Amazon FBA Sellers

Hampered from sending items to Amazon fulfillment centers to sell through the FBA program? The good news is, Amazon said it continues to ease restrictions on what it will accept after clamping down in mid-March on non-essential goods due to the coronavirus outbreak. The bad news: Amazon is limiting the quantity of those products it

2020-03-11T12:58:52+00:00March 11th, 2020|Categories: Stories|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Amazon sellers are price-gouging on essential stay-at-home tech

Amazon says it has been on alert for price gougers since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, but a review by Digital Trends found sky-high prices for work-from-home essentials like webcams, routers, and Ethernet cables — and prices for products to keep you occupied like video game consoles and treadmills are also far above normal.

How To Diversify Your Amazon PPC Strategy and Dodge the Competition

Your Amazon PPC strategy needs more than keyword research. You need to understand buyers, create more ads, and create better ads. Here's how.

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