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May 3, 2018 · No comments

Submit your Prime Day Lightning Deals Now!

Prime Day is one of Amazon’s largest selling days of the year and the window is open for sellers to submit their products as Lightning Deals. As they have with Black Friday/Cyber Monday, Amazon has expanded Prime Day into a whole Prime Week, with the best deals coming on the actual Prime Week. Read More

April 13, 2018 · No comments

Amazon Referral Fee Changes

Hey sellers! You may have heard that Amazon is making changes to the referral fees for certain categories. Have you made any adjustments to your pricing? As a reminder, below are the changes. If you are a current seller on Amazon, you should have received an email and a notification in SellerCentral as well. Read More

Quill v North Dakota Supreme Court Case
April 10, 2018 · No comments

Overturning Quill v. North Dakota’s Tax Rules Would Hurt Online Sellers – South Dakota V. Wayfair

One of the best parts of being an online seller is the ability to sell things all over the country or the world, dramatically increasing your audience. While this is a tremendous advantage over brick & mortar only businesses, one of the reasons sellers have been able to do this is a still standing Supreme Court case from 1992, Quill Corp v. Read More

eBay 2018 Spring Update
March 22, 2018 · No comments

Information about eBay’s 2018 Spring Seller Update

The team over at Auctiva and Vendio have put together a nice recap of the 2018 Spring Seller Update as released by eBay. Check it out! eBay’s 2018 Spring Seller Update Recap In eBay’s recent Seller Update, they announced the new “product-based shopping experience”, along with some Return Policy updates, eBay Store subscription changes and fee updates. Read More

July 9, 2012 · 12 Comments

Avoiding Negative Feedback on Amazon

It's not easy to stay 100% positive, but here are some proven tactics that can help.

Feedback has always been a way for buyers to differentiate between sellers. Do they want to buy from the seller with 87-percent positive feedback or the seller with 100-percent positive feedback? While this example may be an obvious choice, in reality, the numbers are usually much closer than that. Read More



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