What is the Amazon Buy Box? The Amazon Buy Box is arguably the most important element to you as an Amazon Seller. What is it? It’s the area to the right of the product page that contains the ‘Add to Cart’ (Or ‘Add to Basket’ in the UK) call to action.
Having sold third-party mattresses on its site for years, Amazon has recently launched its own brand of premium and budget mattresses. This is set to eat into the market-share of companies like Casper and individual sellers.
As reported by Business Insider UK, the U.S. Postal service is to increase its prices by as much as 12% for Amazon.
Now that the dust has somewhat settled on the recent controversy regarding an alleged scheme by Amazon to poach sellers from their rival eBay, let’s a take a look at everything we know so far and what the allegations actually entail.
Did you hear the one about Amazon repricing being a race to the bottom? Amazon Repricing is surrounded by myths, half-truths and dubious claims. Rest assured, with a reputable repricer you can price both up and down and set a minimum price.
Bowing to pressure from international media and workers’ unions, Amazon has announced it intends to increase the minimum wage of its U.S. and U.K. staff.
Online merchants have a problem: less than 5 percent of buyers leave Amazon seller feedback after a purchase.
Amazon has come a long way since its days of selling only books. Recent data shows there were around 537 million products for sale on Amazon.com in August, up from 369 million in December 2016. That’s a 31 percent increase in eight months!