It’s been two weeks since Amazon rolled out the new return policy for third-party sellers. Now that the dust has settled, we have a clearer picture of the implications and we’d like to share them with you.
Q4 is here, and, for online sellers, that means putting all the plans in place for a record breaking sales season. That also means setting up systems and automation so you don’t end up spending your precious time troubleshooting preventable issues, like sales tax problems. Double check these four potential sales tax issues in your Amazon account now, so you can sail into Q4 prepared for anything the season throws at you!
With only weeks to go before Black Friday, we’re all eager to make the most of these pivotal moments. But before we send in those last purchase orders, let’s take a look at last year’s Amazon shopping season. To see if there is anything we can take away from Black Friday 2016.
As Q4 draws near and the back-to-school hype tapers off, we need to look ahead to Black Friday and the Amazon holiday rush season. To get ready and make the most of the much-anticipated sales extravaganza, we’ve put together a few more handy tips for you.
This is a guest post from Bill Widmer.
It may sound too good to be true, but get this: $88,000 is being spent on Amazon every single minute. Better yet for you, 16.7% of Amazon sellers make over $1 million per year, while 2.1% make a staggering $10 million annually.
New Amazon standard shipping requirements were recently announced for media sellers delivering to the contiguous United States. An official date for this change has since been made public, along with news of similar policy updates for sellers on Amazon UK.
This is a guest post from Kevin Weeks at Payability.
It’s hard to believe, but now is the time to prep for your Q4 sales strategy. Specifically, how you are going to meet the robust holiday demand that’s right around the corner. You could stock up on inventory now, start researching new products to add to your arsenal, plan a Sponsored Product campaign — or all of the above. Regardless, you’re going to need cash to make it a reality. To help you figure out how to get that cash, here are 7 ways to finance the holiday sales surge.