Product bundling is the perfect way to create new product options as a seller on Amazon. It’s one of the best ways to boost the sales of your existing products. It increases product sales while providing discounts for your highest paying customers. Since you’re also the only seller of the bundle, your product listing will also go in the Buy Box on the right side of the screen.
About a month ago we have run a survey asking members of the Egrow community which next tool they would like to see in our tool collection.
The one with the most votes was “Reverse ASIN Research Software”, the tool that can help you to find Amazon competitor keywords from organic search results.
Now, it is available inside the member area of Egrow.
Your Guide to Amazon’s Best Sellers Rank (BSR)
The Amazon Best Sellers’ Rank is a custom calculation which is based on the Amazon.com sales for each product. It updates each hour to reflect the most recent as well as historical sales of all the items sold on Amazon. Although this Amazon Best Sellers Rank can be a pretty good indicator of how well each product is selling on its own, it won’t always express how well an item is selling among other similar items. Categories and subcategories of best seller lists will also highlight each item’s rank where they can really stand out.
At Egrow, we want to share our understanding of the intricacies and science of the Amazon marketplace with you, our valued members. Our Amazon sales estimation algorithm uses some of the same features that drive the Amazon Best Sellers Rank, which can help you understand what to do to get your products to rank on Amazon.com. This tool can be extremely helpful when identifying new opportunities and doing competitor research to understand how other items are ranking on Amazon.
As more and more members of Egrow’s community have asked us, we have finally added the research tool for the Australian Amazon market. It is available inside the central member area of Egrow. Now inside only one tool, you will see a product database for many international Amazon marketplaces including Amazon USA (.COM), Germany (.DE), India (.IN), United Kingdom (.CO.UK), Canada (.CA), France (.FR), Italy (.IT), Australia (.COM.AU) markets.
Did you know that a lot of the folks who buy from promotional product sites are actually private label resellers or using online arbitrage?
The best promotional products, the ones that drive the highest demand, should naturally have some commercial appeal. That’s why you’ll find a lot of the best selling items online also available in university gift shops and bookstores. Promotional product sites really are a great resource when buying custom branded items in bulk if you want to skip dealing with the costs and hassles of contracting with a factory in China.
It’s not just retail shops and publishers making money from selling their private label products. Modern internet marketplaces and web stores have made it much easier to create a private label brand for hopeful entrepreneurs wanting to start their first business from home.