On Amazon, bundles are products that compliment each other and are highly complementary. These individual and unique ASIN/UPC products can be combined together to enhance the use of each product in the bundle. These items must strongly synthesize into a coherent and obvious product, instead of two items just thrown together. However, the rewards are huge, with money saved through lower FBA fulfillment fees (by having fewer products receiving fees) and through the profits made from your new, diverse, and unique products sold on Amazon’s marketplace.
If you are a first time seller, shipping can seem very overwhelming and complicated. With so many details to focus on in your new business, shipping should be simple and straightforward. Today I will share all of my tips for hassle-free, inexpensive, and easy shipping!
The Egrow Chrome Extension for Amazon sellers is getting better and bigger. Based on hundreds of feedback emails we received from Egrow community members, we are constantly adding new features and improving existing ones.
Here are some of the latest features added to the Chrome Extension that make it the ultimate tool for Amazon Sellers around the globe.
Optimizing Amazon Backend Search Terms, Intended Use, Subject Matter, Target Audience, & Other Attributes
As competition heated up in the Amazon marketplace, sellers must play their best cards on the table if they want to win. Going down the private labeling route is one of the ways to differentiate yourself from competitors.
Understanding Amazon’s A9 algorithm and know how to optimize for it will give you an upper hand to rank better in the marketplace as well. Part of the optimization strategy is to provide the correct information for your product search terms, intended use, subject matter, target audience, and other attributes.
Some of you are probably wondering what to write for these fields or might have inserted incorrect attributes. In this article, you will find all your answers so pay close attention.
Networking is one of the most valuable aspects of any business. Whether you’re just a beginner or an advanced business owner, it’s important to get to know your fellow private label sellers who walk down the same road as you, or to listen to successful “guru” stories and staying updated. This is why you should not miss events related to your Amazon business!
We’ve put together a short list of 20 must-attend events for Amazon sellers (along with some general ecommerce conferences) in 2019. Take a look at the list, and if you want to add an event just drop a comment below the article.