Selling on multiple marketplaces is important for online retailers who are aiming to maximize their sales, but how do you ensure your listings are selling at the best price on every marketplace you sell on?
Has your e-commerce business ever been the victim of dirty seller tricks? xSellco teamed up with Cynthia Stine, founder and president of eGrowth Partners, to reveal the precautions you can take, whether you’re a private-label brand or a reseller, to protect your Amazon store from predatory competitors. We sat down with Cynthia to get her thoughts and …
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.
When you’re selling on Amazon, the last thing you want is to be left with a slow-moving product, or worse still, one that just won’t sell. It costs you money to store, ties up your cash flow and slows down the growth of your business.
Selling on Amazon has become increasingly popular over the last few years. The rapid growth of Amazon and the low barriers to entry have seen many types of sellers try their hand at selling goods online. This has included brick-and-mortar stores, emerging brands and individuals looking to change careers.
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.
One of the most important things that you’ll do as an Amazon seller is write your product description. It’s your first interaction with buyers and, very often, your only chance to convince them to buy your product.