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    Amazon Fulfillment Fees Up 30% in Two Years. Amazon would charge an additional fee to certain sellers during the upcoming holiday season to offset rising costs of labor and logistics. Amazon will charge sellers $5.06 to ship a 1lb item during the holiday season (October 15th-January 14th). The fee for fulfilling the same product in 2020 was $3.48; it has grown by 45%. Smaller items will be roughly 30% more expensive to fulfill, while large and heavy items will only be 20% more expensive.

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    Top Amazon seller Packable begins liquidating. Packable, the parent company of top-ranking Amazon seller Pharmapacks, is laying off employees and ceasing operations. The health and beauty product retailer was at one point the largest seller on Amazon’s third-party marketplace. Pharmapacks was founded in 2010 as a single brick-and-mortar pharmacy in the Bronx, New York, before it turned to the internet and established a big home on Amazon.

    Amazon Tests TikTok-Like Feed in App. Amazon is testing a vertical photo and video feed in its app among staff. Per photos that Watchful provided to the Wall Street Journal, the feed — known currently as “Inspire” — will appear on the bottom navigation bar in the Amazon app. When users tap the diamond-shaped icon, they will see posts on the feed, which will include links to purchase any items featured in the post.

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