#126 – Amazon has extended the return window during holiday season

    To keep yourself updated with latest Amazon and eCommerce related news, subscribe to our newsletter today - Click Here

    Trending Topics

    Amazon has extended the return window during holiday season. New policy requires that most orders delivered between October 1 and December 31 be returnable through January 31, 2021. This policy includes orders that are shipped by you and orders that are shipped by Amazon.

    Tired of waiting for your Amazon sales to hit your account? Get Instant Payouts with Brex. Sign up today to get early access to Brex Instant Payouts, a new feature helping you get immediate cash flow to reinvest into your business.

    Have you seen the latest updates to Amazon’s Buyer-Seller Messaging guidelines? Find out what you need to know to communicate with buyers without jeopardizing your seller account. Try eComEngine for 30 Days using code – “30-CRUX”

    Sales Growth Strategies

    Do you know what customers search for during the Prime Week? Download list of Top Keywords searched by customers during Prime Day 2019. You can pick relevant keywords from this list & insert in your Amazon listing to get high traffic & sales during Prime Day 2020. Download list here.

    Amazon SEO in 2020: A Comprehensive Guide This article serves as a hands-on tutorial on how the Amazon search engine functions within the platform and how you can formulate a sound Amazon SEO strategy for your business.

    How to Start a YouTube Channel for Your Business. This post explains how to set up a fully optimized YouTube channel for your business and how you can create compelling video content to engage current customers and attract new ones.

    return window during holiday season
    #126 - Amazon has extended the return window during holiday season 2

    eCommerce Trends

    VC Firm Brings Partnership Model To Amazon Sellers. Sellers always welcome access to capital and lawyer advice. And that’s exactly the kind of bet that a unique kind of venture capitalist called AccrueMe is bringing to Amazon sellers.

    New Math: Walmart+ Doesn’t Equal Amazon Prime. Walmart watchers are out in force today with the launch of subscription service Walmart+. While it has been widely touted as a hedge against Amazon Prime’s runaway growth, when the two programs are stacked side by side, something doesn’t add up.

    Online Marketplaces in the USA: Amazon is Not The Only Show in Town. US has strong online competition from both established retailers and niche marketplaces, with loyal customer bases and some innovative business models.

    To keep yourself updated with latest ecommerce and Amazon news, subscribe to our newsletter at

    Get more stories like this in your inbox every week!

    Recent Articles

    Related Stories

    Leave A Reply

    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here