Many sellers write product descriptions that ‘describe’ their product. For example, give the dimensions and general information.
That’s a weak strategy.
As a seller you need to SELL your product. This is your chance to create the impulse buy.
The following are the summarized points in how to write to persuade your visitors with product descriptions that sell:read more
The following is a summary of the key takeaways from a blog post about the shopping experience of an actual Amazon buyer.
Meet “J” a health-conscious mother of three (and closet chocoholic) who agreed to document her every move and thought while in search of a bread/loaf pan. Here’s her enlightening journey highlights:read more
The convergence of two of the worlds continues with Amazon acquiring Whole Foods and Walmart acquiring Jet.com and Bonobos.
What does this mean for Private Label Brands?
There is now plenty of potential that brands could be dis-intermediated, if you will, from the retail position that they have helped defined over the past century.read more
Nike just partnered with Amazon to sell their products…Ohhh my.
Not too long ago Birkenstock decided to remove their products, and now Nike is partnering with Amazon.
Because Nike know’s the future of retail is in a massive shift…read more
Managing inventory is critical to the success of an FBA business.
Forecasting reorder times, reorder amounts, gauging sales velocity, seasonal periods, competition and other factors are all important metrics to evaluate.read more
Amazon just launched it’s own shoppable app called Spark. It’s an Instagram like app that scrolls through picture posts featuring Prime product deals.
As a seller, this is an upcoming channel where you can feature your products.read more