Table of Contents Amazon has an almost singular goal: to connect consumers with the products they are looking for as efficiently as possible. Amazon duplicate product listings hinder this goal by clogging up search results and making it more difficult for customers to decide which of the identical listings to choose from. This is why […]
Table of Contents This weekend I stumbled across an editorial titled, “What You Don’t Know About Amazon” in the New York Times. The article starts with a story of an Amazon customer who received a defective product and struggled to get compensation for serious harm because it was purchased from a third-party (3P) seller in […]
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One of the most frustrating experiences is when someone else takes credit for your work. On Amazon, this manifests as knock off products. What can you do?
Kaspien partnered with ZippyPaws as their exclusive AMZ seller, tackling counterfeit product issues and growing revenue by 139%.
Kaspien partnered with North Star Games to grow their sales 54% after switching from 3P to a Kaspien Agency Partnership.
To switch from Vendor Central to Seller Central: 1) Create a Seller account. 2) Mark ASINs as permanently unavailable in Vendor Central. 3) Claim your ASINs
Expanding to sell on Amazon’s U.S. marketplace from another country comes with a whole host of considerations, not least of which is Amazon sales tax.
Brands cannot wait on Amazon to police the marketplace for counterfeit and unauthorized sellers; they need to take Amazon brand protection into their hands.
Unauthorized and counterfeit sellers are one of the most damaging and challenging issues brands face when selling on Amazon. If you’re selling on Amazon, you need a brand protection strategy to earn and retain consumer trust.
Amazon’s Marketplace Fair Pricing Policy states that Amazon can remove the buy box if sellers offer the same product for less elsewhere.
Many brands work with an Amazon third-party seller to sell their products because of the amount of time and infrastructure needed for Amazon.