From the Seller Central Forums: We want to remind you to take care when you pack your pallets for your
From Vice: Local news stations across the U.S. aired a segment produced and scripted by Amazon which touts the company’s
COVID-19 gave Shopify its in. Amazon won’t fall over, but it effectively has a new competitor (and that competitor’s independent army) to contend with when it comes to e-commerce eyeballs and wallets.
From TechCrunch: While 2020 started on a faster clip than 2018 and 2019, February and March have seen nothing short
From Bloomberg: The service, using Microsoft’s cloud software, will give big and small companies real-time data to determine ways to
Amazon put out its list of the most popular sub-categories in the Handmade section of the Amazon Marketplace along with the cities and states where the highest volume of Handmade sellers reside.
It’s that time of the year. When the clock rolls over into a new year, and we collectively exchange an old pile of days for fresh, new ones, ready to take on our resolutions and self-prescribed challenges, something else happens.
Yearly IRS tax season starts. For Amazon sellers, that means receiving a 1099-K from the mothership and for new Amazon sellers, potentially wondering what it even means and why it’s important.
Every year, Amazon pushes their selling fees for FBA higher. This year is no different. For 2020, Amazon FBA Fees are seeing some changes, though not all roads lead to increases.
It is no secret that in order to get real, substantial sales, being able to take advantage of primary placement on a listing is paramount. Called the Buy Box, this is where the majority of Amazon shoppers engage and commit to buying a product. Having control of this space can make or break a seller.
Seller Central account? Check. Bank account? Check. Inventory? Check. Inventory is at an Amazon warehouse? Check. What’s left? Repricer? Maybe. Maybe not. Let’s dive into why it might be worth holding off on dropping cash on a repricer when you first start.