February is the shortest month of the year. But as our Amazon account holder digest will show, it’s already an eventful one. Keep up with the latest news for Amazon sellers and find out what Amazon’s up to this month.
The question on every private label seller’s lips is: What’s the Amazon Accelerator Program? If you sell on Amazon and you want to sign up to Our Brands, join us on a deep dive into how this accelerator works.
Mistakes are proof that you’re trying. But on Amazon, sorry doesn’t cut it, even if you’re a newcomer. To help make your online selling experience smoother, we gathered a list of the 10 most common pitfalls for new Amazon sellers. Continue Reading…
As the largest U.S. company by market value, Amazon is already having a very good year. To help you ride the wave of Amazon’s success in 2019, we compiled a list of important dates and events for people who sell on Amazon, and we’d love for you to see it.
Here we are, at the dawn of a new quarter. Will 2019 be the year you kick-start your goals to set up shop and sell on Amazon? If you’re wondering what it would cost and what kind of profit margin you should expect, have a look-see here.
Four days in and it already looks like a busy year ahead for sellers on the Amazon marketplace. We come bearing Amazon seller news: some good, some bad, but all of it worth knowing. Hopefully, our first digest of the year will usher in the growth and expansion your business deserves. Continue Reading…
‘Tis the season to be savvy, so let’s forget the holiday festivities for a minute and focus on the issues at hand. To that end, we rustled up our monthly digest of the most exciting Amazon seller news, and we can’t wait for you to read it.
It’s a tough time to sell on Amazon. But one thing’s for sure: there’s never a dull moment. For Amazon sellers who’d like to recap the most important events of the year, we drew up a brief summary to put things into perspective.
Last year Amazon started promoting an innovative program to help brand owners protect their business from counterfeit products or unauthorized sellers. The program is also meant to work towards fulfilling Amazon’s goal of ensuring that only authentic products are sold on the platform.