So, your crushing it on Amazon and your looking to expand your reach off the platform. Great! Why would you settle for Amazon only sales there are so many other opportunities out there? If you have built a solid sales process on Amazon and are
Author: Jordache Perozzo
Author: Jordache Perozzo
A Negative Focus Leads to Negative Outcomes. Let’s Focus on The Positives and Create Positive Outcomes.
The world has been turned upside down from the Corona Pandemic. Businesses of all shapes and sizes are feeling the impact of this apocalyptic-like national disaster. Consequently, everyone is considering the worst-case scenarios for both their brands and personal well-being. While this is understandable, it
Amazon accounts for more than half of all online sales and it should be your most important online sales channel. However, you should not be ignoring other prominent sales channels like Walmart.com, eBay, Home Depot. etc. Walmart alone saw a 43% growth in sales in 2019 and that trend is not slowing. They are fighting for second place with the likes of eBay. What are you doing as a brand owner to capitalize on the opportunity that is Walmart? If you’re doing nothing, then you are already failing. If you have built a successful Amazon strategy the next logical move for your US online sales strategy should be to drive Walmart.com. For many brands this is unknown territory and excuses are being made as to why they are remaining sedentary and not pushing the envelope. Let’s debunk this shit!
The Coronavirus (Covid-19) is at the top of everyone’s minds. Whether we are grocery shopping, talking to our friends and family, or running our businesses. We are constantly questioning ourselves and trying to ensure that we are making all the right moves to continue our
In the beginning, there were a few issues. Sometimes depending on when you ordered, two-day shipping might not actually mean two-day shipping. Order on a Monday then you were most likely good, but order on a Thursday, and you’ll have to wait the whole weekend to get your order.
The other major problem with Prime was that the costs of shipping for Amazon were rising to the point that Prime was losing the company money. Amazon began tweaking the program in 2006 to make it work better for companies and consumers alike. The addition of add-on purchases and Prime Standard Shipping helped to curb the loss of money. Though the cost of shipping had greatly increased for the company, the rising popularity of Amazon Prime made it possible to expand the number of fulfillment centers Amazon had and is still building across the US.
SellerSlice puts your brand in a position to own 100% of your “buy box” by removing unauthorized sellers and recapturing market shares from those who list against you. SellerSlice’s marketing specialist plugs in the right keywords and ads to boost your brand’s traffic and conversion.
Even better, Amazon is investing $700 million into their employees across the country. 100,000 Amazon employees will be given upskill training for a variety of in-demand jobs. This will allow them to either move up in the company or seek out new career options. The possibilities are endless.
Coronavirus closed Amazon and is Affecting your Amazon Communications – SellerSlice Helpdesk can help!
SellerSlice “the marketplace agency” is leaning on it’s internal Amazon connections to maintain business as usual for its clients. They are offering their Helpdesk service to brands and sellers who are experiencing issues and lack of communication through this crazy time. If your brand is having trouble with communicating or overall maintenance with your Amazon account, SellerSlice Helpdesk can help you!
Next, let’s look at your actual listing. The first thing you want to get right is your title. Remember 72% of shoppers are mobile and we live in a clickbait era. You want to make sure your title is structured with 90 characters or less, and full of researched key terms geared towards your mobile shopers.
Picture this, your listing is your product on Amazon’s digital shelf. The reviews are a book of
other people’s opinions of your product hanging from a wire like a phone book in a phone booth.
Does your listing tell the complete story of your product and brand? A bad first impression most
of the time means a customer lost forever.