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(This article was originally published on September 15th, 2015. We’ve update it for accuracy and completeness.)
At the beginning of 2019, third-party sellers on Amazon sold 53% of all paid units. While there are over a million sellers on Amazon, only few end up building successful businesses. Amazon is a competitive selling space driven by product visibility and price.
Whether you’re new to Amazon selling or not, you can use our top 10 Amazon selling tips to step up your game. (more…)
(This post was originally published on July 7, 2015. We’ve updated it for accuracy and completeness.)
So you want to sell on Amazon, but don’t know where to start. I’ve been there. I had a few old video games that I wanted to get rid of, and I thought Amazon was the perfect place to sell them.
To help others who want to start selling on Amazon, I’ve documented step-by-step the process I took to sell my first items through Amazon FBA.
Today, online sellers have a tough decision on where to sell their products. Whether it’s your webstore platform or marketplace, there are a lot of choices to pick from. When it comes to marketplaces though, Amazon and eBay have always been the top picks.
However, Walmart recently made a slew of changes that allow their marketplace to compete directly with Amazon. Should you sell be selling on Walmart marketplace? Read this article to find out! (more…)
Amazon has a current market cap of $390 billion. That’s more than the combined total of the top eight traditional brick-and-mortar retailers that includes Best Buy, Macy’s, Target, JCPenny, Nordstrom, Walmart, Kohl’s, and Sears.
As these traditional retailers seemingly struggle, Amazon continues to report its growth. It’s not a surprise then that retailers are flocking to the Seattle-based marketplace to sell their own items. Merchants are after a small piece of a big pie.
However, just selling on Amazon doesn’t equal success. Selling on Amazon is competitive. This article gives you our top five mistakes that you could be making on Amazon and hurting your sales. (more…)
90% of U.S. and U.K. independent retailers sell through online marketplace sites. There’s a good reason why so many retailers use sites like Amazon, eBay, Sears, Newegg, etc. They are an easy way for retailers to get their products in front of millions of potential customers.
However, is selling on marketplaces a guaranteed way to grow your sales?
Online marketplace sites have their own unique challenges that can put a retailer’s business at risk. This article uncovers some of those risks that you might experience. Knowing these challenges upfront can help you decide if selling on online marketplace is right for your business. (more…)