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July 9, 2018 · No comments

Prime Day is right around the corner – Are you ready?

If you haven’t heard yet (and we’re sure you have!), Prime Day starts July 16th and runs through the 17th. Whether your products are FBA or third party shipped, it will be a huge day and a half for all sellers. Read More

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

April 5, 2013 · 2 Comments

Is Fulfillment by Amazon Fulfilling?

Amazon does all the work, you pay.

In today’s evolving business world, where retail and the Internet are the ultimate example of a compatible marriage, Fulfillment by Amazon fuses the home-based, small-business entrepreneur with the power of a corporate marketplace, but at what cost? FBA seems like the peak of the home-based business. Read More

March 27, 2013 · 4 Comments

Amazon Seller: Don’t Go Broke Sending in Pallets of Stuff

A truck freight carrier may be your best option to send products in to Amazon.

Q: I have hundreds of products I want to send in to Amazon for fulfillment. How can I do this without going broke? A: You just scored the mother lode of merchandise, and it’s the hottest-selling item on Amazon. Good for you, Amazon seller! Read More

February 8, 2013 · 1 Comment

Amazon Reaches Deal with Connecticut

Retailer will start collecting sales tax in November.

Amazon buyers in Connecticut will have to pay sales tax, just like brick-and-mortar shoppers starting this fall. That’s part of a deal the state reached with the retail giant on Monday. It provides that Amazon will collect sales tax from Connecticut residents starting Nov. Read More

February 1, 2013 · No comments

Amazon Home Page Goes Offline

49-minute outage costs retailer $5.7 million.

Someone turned off the lights on the Amazon home page Thursday afternoon, as the retailer experienced an outage of just under an hour. The home page was offline for 49 minutes and cost the retailer and its merchants $5.7 million, according to news reports. Read More

February 1, 2013 · No comments

3 Amazon Fulfillment Centers Headed to Texas

Facilities are part of deal to settle $269 million tax bill.

Last week Amazon said it would open a third fulfillment center in California. This week, the retailer said it would open three new Amazon fulfillment centers in Texas. The investment will create more than 1,000 jobs, official said on Wednesday. Facilities will be located in Coppell and Haslet, two cities near Dallas, and in Schertz, a city northeast of San Antonio. Read More

January 28, 2013 · No comments

Amazon Was Most-Visited Ecommerce Site in December

Apple, eBay were also top shopping destinations, comScore reports.

Online retailers were visited by nine out of 10 U.S. Web users in December, according to comScore, which lists Amazon, Apple and eBay as the top ecommerce destinations during the month. comScore reports that holiday shoppers “bombarded the Web” in December, looking for deals on Christmas gifts and shipping. Read More

December 28, 2012 · No comments

Amazon Has Reasons to Smile

Retailer tops customer ratings, reports best holiday season.

The logo for has a smiley face, and this holiday season, the retailer had plenty to smile about. It was voted the top online store in customer satisfaction for the eighth year in a row and it had its biggest selling season ever. Read More

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