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Amazon Prime Day: What consumers are buying

Amazon Prime Day: What consumers are buying

“Amazon will be offering discounts on a variety of items during its two-day Prime Day shopping event that began on July 22nd, 2022.”

 

July 28, 2022

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Why Carbon6’s Acquisition of SoStocked Is Good News for Amazon Sellers.

Why Carbon6’s Acquisition of SoStocked Is Good News for Amazon Sellers.

“The acquisition of SoStocked is an exciting step for Carbon6, who now offers customers a full range of solutions from software development to customer service. CEO Justin Cobb says that this addition will further empower ecommerce entrepreneurs with its end-to end suite designed specifically for small businesses in mind.”

 

July 27, 2022

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Number of bad listings on Amazon has been dramatically reduced, preventing over 4 billion in 2021 alone.

Number of bad listings on Amazon has been dramatically reduced, preventing over 4 billion in 2021 alone.

“This is the second annual report from Amazon, and it’s promising! They say that they’ve gotten rid of more than 3 million fake products last year. With such a large number removed from their site in just one day alone- how can we not be excited about this progress?”

 

July 22, 2022

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Amazon sellers are refusing to support a corporate executive’s effort aimed at getting them on board with Big Tech’s antitrust bill.

Amazon sellers are refusing to support a corporate executive’s effort aimed at getting them on board with Big Tech’s antitrust bill.

“Senior executives at Amazon are so concerned about potential tech antitrust reforms swirling through Congress that a senior executive recently tried lobbying third-party sellers on an online forum they use to communicate with one another about hot topics.”

 

July 19, 2022

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The future of ecommerce: Amazon buys Veeqo to dominate the start up scene.

The future of ecommerce: Amazon buys Veeqo to dominate the start up scene.

“Amazon has bought Veeqo, a company that helps online businesses sell products on and off of Amazon. The Big Tech firm quietly acquired the ecommerce software start-up last November but didn’t announce it at first because they were waiting for an opportunity to present itself in order not only better understand how their services could be used by third party sellers who already use other channels like eBay or Alibaba – two huge marketplaces with over 500 million customers each! When Octopus Ventures confirmed this news today via blog post from CEO Ryan Leveille though we knew something big was happening so read below.”

 

July 15, 2022

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Need Extra Storage Space for your Amazon FBA Business? Check out this Hot Tip!

Need Extra Storage Space for your Amazon FBA Business? Check out this Hot Tip!

Some sellers have been struggling to keep up with the new FBA storage limits. Now, Amazon is offering certain companies a way out – if they can afford it! The company announced today (February 24) that beginning this month and for six more weeks in 2019; any business lucky enough be selected will receive increased shelf space at no cost as long their inventory doesn’t move too quickly or get stocked by another vendor before being ordered onto ships from amazon.

 

July 14, 2022

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What You Need to Consider Before Starting an Amazon FBA Business.

What You Need to Consider Before Starting an Amazon FBA Business.

Building your own Amazon FBA business from scratch is an exciting and daunting task. But before you dive in, there are three things that will help make the process easier: developing a unique selling proposition (USP), understanding how to sell well enough so people don’t just buy on price but also substance of product or service offered; researching what it takes financially speaking by looking at numbers like revenue potentials versus financial risks associated with starting up shop as well other considerations such cost if abruptly shutting down unexpectedly etc.; lastly conducting thorough research into any industry trends which might predict success.

 

July 13, 2022

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Amazon says sellers are doing great on its marketplace, as regulators turn up the heat.

Amazon says sellers are doing great on its marketplace, as regulators turn up the heat.

Amazon’s new data is proof that the company’s third-party marketplace has been a hit with sellers. The launch of this feature was met by lawmakers’ scrutiny over its private label business practices, but it seems like they should back off because there are many success stories on both sides.

When Amazon first launched, it was primarily an online bookseller. But over the years their third-party marketplace has grown into one of the company’s most profitable ventures with millions upon millions sold through this section and now accounting 60% on overall retail sales.

 

July 11, 2022

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76% of Amazon Sellers’ profitable to start 2022 despite supply chain crisis.

76% of Amazon Sellers’ profitable to start 2022 despite supply chain crisis.

“With a whopping 76% of Amazon sellers profitable, it’s clear that taking advantage now will pay off big for those who invest in their own ecommerce store. Despite the numerous challenges they face along with 90%, many are still able get ahead and stay competitive as new research reveals most (76%) report positive results from this year so far! The 2022 State of the Amazon Sellers Report is a fascinating look into how entrepreneurs are making money on this platform. 3,500 brands and businesses were surveyed for their insights regarding various aspects related to selling online through amazon’s marketplace service-they shared plans they have going forward in order protect profits while also addressing pain points like customer support or shipping time frames.”

 

July 8, 2022

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How will the Amazon fuel and inflation surcharge impact ecommerce marketers?

How will the Amazon fuel and inflation surcharge impact ecommerce marketers?

“The rising costs of doing business is a huge pain point for many companies, but Amazon seems to be taking it head on. The company announced recently that they’re adding an extra 5% “fuel and inflation surcharge” onto their already steep fees third party sellers who use fulfillment services will have access too – this new charge applies only towards clothing items though so if your inventory includes any non-clothing products there’s no need worry!”

 

July 06, 2022

 

 

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