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    Amazon launched “Contact Customer” feature for brand owners to get better ratings. Great brand owners provide exceptional customer service, especially in situations where the customer is unhappy or disappointed. Amazon has launch a new communication tool that gives you the ability to contact customers after they leave a 1, 2, or 3-star product review. Now, you can choose what level of support you want to offer your customers by either offering a full refund or requesting additional information on their orders to help resolve their issues. sellercentral.amazon.com

    You’ve put your blood, sweat and tears into your Amazon business. You’re now thinking of reaping the rewards and taking that much needed break? Or you’re just curious about your valuation? We are Rainforest. We specialize in buying e-commerce brands in the Home, Maternity & Children space. Be one of the first 100 to sign up and receive your free valuation with monthly P&L breakdown! Contact for more details. rainforest.life

    GETIDA can help you claim, recover and maximize FBA reimbursements. When using FBA, some of your inventory can get lost, damaged, destroyed or get overcharged with a variety of FBA fees. Signup with GETIDA today to receive $400 Complimentary FBA Reimbursements. getida.com

    Eva.guru provides you with accurate growth analytics, repricer, replenishment forecasting, and cost-effective reimbursements. 89% of sellers that tried Eva are Customers today. With 24×7 support, 15 Mins response time, and an ex-Amazonian team, Eva is ready to help you grow your margins by 25% in 3 months, affordably and peacefully. Get up to $6000 Reimbursement for no charge when you subscribe to Eva Private Label and Reseller Repricer Join Eva Now! eva.guru

    5 ways to improve your Valid Tracking Rate (VTR) on Amazon. Amazon customers depend on tracking numbers to find out where their orders are and when they can expect to receive them. Valid Tracking Rate (VTR) is a performance metric that reflects those expectations. As an Amazon seller, you already know that a high seller rating is vital to your success in ecommerce. A high seller rating represents that you’re capable of getting orders right, keeping inventory in stock, meeting shipping deadlines, maintaining positive feedback from buyers and more. cruxfinder.com

    Sales Growth Strategies

    How to Create Amazon A+ Content. One of the most effective features is the ability to create Amazon A+ content descriptions. Designed to catch your attention, A+ pages can help you improve your conversions, brand awareness, and overall sales. Amazon A+ Content is a unique tool inside Seller Central that allows brand owners the ability to create beautifully designed Amazon product descriptions for their Amazon listings. junglescout.com

    8 expert tips you can’t miss about Amazon Seller InsuranceAmazon seller insurance is a crucial business matter that many people overlook. A solid insurance policy will ensure that your Amazon eCommerce business is protected for the future. You should be protected from the financial consequences of lawsuits against Amazon and third-party sellers for everything, including exploding weapons, fire-starting hair dryers, and even exploding weapons. We created the list of top YouTube videos that will guide you on amazon seller insurance. cruxfinder.com

    How to avoid search suppression on Amazon products during Holiday Season 2021. Amazon will enforce Search suppression of products that don’t meet title guidelines. All Amazon product submissions and titles must adhere to listed guidelines. Items that are sold under any of the product types listed below may be suppressed from search if their titles contain restricted keywords or do not meet the guidelines 14. cruxfinder.com

    Amazon Posts – Why it is important for brand promotion and discovery. Want to get more traffic and sales to your listings for free? Lisett Lees shares her best strategies and practices in using Amazon Posts for brand promotion and discovery. In this podcast, you will have answers to your burning questions about Amazon Posts. What should your first Amazon Post be? What is the structure of an effective Amazon Post? How often should you post? This episode is filled to the brim, so listen to the very end! helium10.com

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    Reminder for the key FBA holiday selling dates for 2021 to help manage inventory. All Amazon sellers were waiting to know the FBA holiday selling dates to plan their inventory schedules. Juggling inventory, orders, and customer contacts can keep you extremely busy during the holiday season. To help you manage it all effectively, we’ve put together the following “best practices” for successful selling. From delighting your customers with great customer service, to proactively managing your inventory or dealing with negative feedback, we have ideas that may help you navigate the holiday selling rush. cruxfinder.com

    Shopify vs. Amazon: Which is better to sell on? Shopify and Amazon are two of the biggest platforms in the ecommerce space, and each of them comes with an abundance of tools and features to help you attract and convert customers. But that’s where things get confusing: when trying to pick between them, where do you even start? In this post, we’ll do a detailed Shopify versus Amazon comparison to help you choose the right solution for your business. oberlo.com

    Amazon Appeal Process – What You Need To Know. Have you ever wanted someone looking after your Amazon seller account for all performance notifications from Amazon and making sure your account is staying healthy? When should I appeal a notification I received from Amazon about my account? sellozo.com

    How to Choose The Right Influencer for Your Next Campaign. Despite its growing popularity over the past few years, influencer marketing is not a new concept. Celebrities, socialites, politicians, royals and anyone else who has exposure to the spotlight have been endorsing brands for as long as we can remember, both in a professional capacity and sometimes without even being paid for promotion. How many times have we seen Kate Middleton wear a dress in public, only for it to be shared across media outlets the next day on where you can buy your own version? influencermarketinghub.com

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