Find out how the changes to the rules of backend keywords affects your product listings on Amazon.
Amazon Prime Day 2018 is set to be bigger than ever. If you missed the deadline for submitting Lightning Deals, there are still strategies you can employ to profit generously from Prime Day traffic.
We’re excited to announce Sellics is now available in the Amazon Marketplace Appstore, directly accessible in Seller Central. Newly launched by Amazon, the Marketplace Appstore will provide sellers with a quick way to identify and access trusted Amazon software tools that match their varied business needs on Amazon.
The ability for sellers and vendors to extend the reach of their SP ads to off-Amazon sites is a very interesting addition to Sponsored Products. How the new retargeting opportunities will affect PPC sales overall however, is difficult to assess at the moment.
We’re excited to announce Sellics is an official member of the Amazon Marketplace Developer Council. Newly formed by Amazon, the Developer Council consists of third-party software providers that have a unique perspective and understanding of the small and medium-sized businesses that sell on Amazon.
On 18th August 2017, Amazon officially announced Seller Central backend keywords are now limited to 250 characters for the Amazon US and Amazon EU marketplaces. Characters that exceed the limit prescribed by Amazon will not be indexed.
The Early Reviewer Program is designed to bridge an important gap since the ban on incentivized reviews. Towards the end of 2016 Amazon was confronted with an acute decline in the credibility of their product review system.
With Amazon’s Brand Registry 2.0, sellers will also have the ability to flag counterfeit items within the Brand Registry, where Amazon can take down the listing and potentially suspend the seller account associated with the counterfeit items.
If you need specific advice related to issues with your Amazon account, contact Amazon seller support directly. Below is our checklist you can follow…
Earlier this week, Amazon sellers began to receive emails from Amazon notifying them their follow up customer emails were undelivered. According to Amazon, sellers received the email because the “buyer has chosen to opt out of receiving unsolicited messages from sellers.” While Amazon customers always had the option to disable Amazon…
In this third wave of crackdowns on reviews, Amazon is now deleting reviews that were written by product testers – even though they were written before Amazon’s review policy guideline changed. In this post, we explore the ramifications of the latest move to boost customer trust in Amazon reviews and look at what the future could hold for sellers.