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Amazon Account Health Dashboard Update

Breaking news


This just in: The Account Health Dashboard now features more Product Policy Compliance reports. Two new fields have just been added to the list of reports available to Seller Central users.
It has come to our attention that the Amazon Account Health Dashboard has recently been updated. It now features two new fields.

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Amazon Private Label: A How-To Guide Part 2

Welcome back for part 2 of our Amazon Private Label How-To series. If you missed part 1, you can check it out here. Last time, we covered the basics of how to get started selling private label items on Amazon. In this post, we’ll do a deep dive into some of the more advanced private label business strategies and concepts.




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Scanning Improvements Coming to Profit Bandit

Profit Bandit Scanning


The Profit Bandit team is happy to report that we’re currently testing a new update that will be released in the next week or so. The main focus of this update will be improving user experience in scanning. If you’re already using Profit Bandit or considering giving it a try, don’t miss this update.




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Amazon Private Label: A How-To Guide Part 1

Amazon Private LabelIf you haven’t heard about the up-and-coming Amazon business model called Private Label, you may be living under a rock. Or at least you aren’t selling on Amazon (yet!). What started as a small trickle a few years ago is now a booming business. Digital Commerce 360 reports that Amazon accounted for 44% of US e-commerce sales in 2017. With that staggering statistic, has come a flood of new 3rd party Amazon sellers. Each looking for their piece of the pie. In an effort to separate from the pack of evergrowing sellers, many entrepreneurs sought out ways to eliminate direct competition. Thus, the private label revolution was born. And, from the looks of it, things are just getting started.


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Everything You Need to Know About Amazon Verified Product Reviews

SkubanaThis is a guest post from Skubana

Amazon reviews make it easier for customers to purchase products online, by relying on shared opinions from peers rather than examining products themselves. But, with rampant abuse of the system and many customers aware of fake reviews, modern consumers are placing less and less stock in good reviews. Amazon recognized this problem and began working to combat it, banning paid and incentivized reviews and offering a “Verified Purchase” badge to add veracity to reviews.

The “Amazon Verified Purchase” badge means that the customer bought the item through Amazon. As of November 2016, Amazon is also using Verified Purchase reviews as part of their ranking algorithm. To get the badge, customers simply leave a review and Amazon verifies if they purchased it with that account. If they haven’t, the badge simply won’t appear. Amazon also limits the number of non-verified reviews a customer can leave to 5 or less per week.

These efforts are intended to ‘clean up’ the Amazon review space, making it harder to game the system, and harder to pay for reviews. At the same time, you still need reviews to rank in Amazon’s search algorithm, to drive conversion, and to make sales. So, you need to understand how Verified Product reviews work, how to get them, and what qualifies.

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Pro Conference Tips for the 2018 Prosper Show

Conference Session


The 2018 Prosper Show in Las Vegas is fast approaching, and we are busy getting ready to make the most of it! Now is the time to start thinking ahead and preparing for the event. We’ve put together a list of conference tips, based on our past experience, to help you get ready. And to make it the most successful show you can. Check it out!


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How to Win the Buy Box Part 1

Amazon Buy Box


This is the first in a series of articles from SellerEngine, focused on how to win Amazon’s elusive Buy Box. There are many articles, tips and tricks, and hypotheses about what the actual algorithm is, but the mystery continues. To keep the playing field even, Amazon doesn’t reveal what the exact algorithm is, but we do know that price and feedback are two of the most important factors.


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