Following the strikes that took place in September this year, Amazon workers in Germany decided to call for strikes again last week.
They have the same demands as last time: better work conditions and wages (including benefits as paid vacation, better paid hours for night shifts and Christmas bonuses). Keep reading to learn more about what this might mean for Amazon.de this Christmas season.
We’ve written about customer support and negative feedback in the past. But it’s an incredibly important topic and one that many Amazon sellers care about. So we’re going to talk more about how to prevent and resolve negative feedbacks from your customers.
Today I’ll talk about some of the most common causes of negative feedbacks and how to keep them from happening over and over again.. I’ll analyze a few situations in which negative feedbacks can occur and will show you how to prevent them.
Last week, we released an update to Sellery that uses Amazon’s new Subscriptions API.
Sellery now receives pricing events notifications directly from Amazon that allow you to react and reprice in real time.
Watch and let Michael show you how Sellery is able to respond to a change in a competitor’s price in less than 3 minutes.
Pay close attention. It’s amazing how fast Sellery is able to recognize that your competitor has changed his price and react accordingly.
You’ll see that Sellery can react before Amazon has time to update the product’s offers page!
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But don’t worry. This real-time repricing won’t just lead to a race to the bottom. With the help of Mike and the Sellery support team, you’ll be able to implement a nearly infinite variety of real-time repricing strategies that will help your business grow.