Maintaining a competitive edge on Amazon is no mean feat. Especially if you don’t keep tabs on your competitors. Learn how to stay one step ahead with this quick checklist for an effective Amazon competitive analysis.
Amazon can be a minefield for sellers who don’t do their research. Even more so for private label retailers and brand owners. If you developed a product and you’re thinking about listing it on Amazon, here are a few things you should know.
PORTLAND, OR. August 23, 2018 — With over 15 years of experience, SellerEngine has the breadth of knowledge to help businesses that sell on Amazon become successful. Offering a suite of powerful software tools and customized Amazon seller services, SellerEngine is ready to help any Amazon seller at any stage in their business.
In case you haven’t heard, Amazon has developed the Marketplace Appstore, an app store for sellers doing business on Amazon. SellerEngine’s software products are now available on the Marketplace Appstore.
You probably aren’t, and we can understand why. SellerEngine Plus is a complex piece of software, that offers a wide range of features and options, so it might be hard to keep track of everything. We’ve rarely met someone who was using all the features, some because they don’t need to, but others because they weren’t aware that SellerEngine Plus can do all these things.
Automatically printing FBA labels from Seller Central is no longer a certainty; having to save PDF files is becoming the norm.
If you’re managing your FBA shipments through Seller Central, chances are you ran into this problem during the last couple of months or so.
Read on to learn more about how you can overcome this situation.
Some of you who use Profit Bandit might not know about this, but there is a Buy List feature in the app that can help you save a lot of time with creating new listings on Amazon in bulk. Today we’ll talk about how the Buy List works, what it does, and how you can use it to the fullest.
Profit Bandit is great at helping you decide what to buy, but before selling the profitable items on Amazon you also need to create FBA shipments (if you want to list them as FBA) and then create the listings. If you’re only using Profit Bandit to find out what items are worth buying, then you are missing out on creating listings in bulk. Add to the Buy List each profitable item you find before scanning the next one and at the end of the day you’ll have a list of all the items you bought. It will include the following details: ASIN/UPC, Title, Author, Category, Condition, Buy Price, Location, Quantity, Weight, Total Weight, and Sell Price.
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Kit Wu from JoeLister.
JoeLister is most useful for our FBA clients interested in expanding to other platforms. This might be the simple solution you were actually in search of to increase your sales.
One thing about selling on Amazon – there’s never a dull moment.
Amazon recently announced that there’s a new way to create listings for your products, namely Lite Templates. Don’t worry, it’s not an allusion to a low-sugar alternative to the Standard Template. If anything, this faster and simpler option is ten times sweeter.
Do Amazon sellers have their work cut out for them?
Perhaps they do, but they may just have to give it that extra bit of effort from now on to make up for a surge in artisan products, which is bound to hit the Amazon marketplace in the following months. Yes, you heard right: Amazon is hoping its customers will go gaga over all things artisan.
Read on, and find out what this could mean for you and other Amazon sellers.
People use software like Sellery, SellerEngine Plus, and Profit Bandit to retrieve information about items on Amazon because it’s much faster and more efficient than looking up the information yourself on the Amazon web site. But how do third-party software programs get data from Amazon? Do they search on Amazon like you would? No. That would be slow, inefficient, inaccurate and unreliable. Instead Amazon provides a tool (known in software development as an API) that makes it easy for third-party software to interact with the information available on Amazon venues.
You’re probably wondering what’s the catch, right? Read on to find out.