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  3. The COVID-19 pandemic, a precarious global economy, and political tension in the runup to the 2020 United States presidential election have set the stage for an unusual holiday shopping season. For one, U.S. consumers say they will significantly modify their holiday spending depending on the outcome of the U.S. Presidential... Read More The post The 2020 Presidential Election & Consumer Spending: Will Biden or Trump Voters Spend More this Holiday Season? appeared first on Jungle Scout. View the full article
  4. There are as many unique reasons for starting a business as there are entrepreneurs. But for Amazon sellers, startup stories tend to align around common themes. Ask a seller why they launched their FBA business, and you’ll likely hear about building financial freedom, bucking the 9-5 status quo, and earning... Read More The post Top 9 Reasons People Sell on Amazon (and 3 Reasons They Quit) appeared first on Jungle Scout. View the full article
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  6. Want to know how to make a killing on Amazon during the last couple months of 2020? No matter if you’re a complete beginner or a seasoned veteran, selling arbitrage can work for you. Retail arbitrage is an Amazon sales model that involves buying products at discounted prices and reselling... Read More The post How to Have a Killer Q4 With Amazon Arbitrage appeared first on Jungle Scout. View the full article
  7. Customer really wanted the actual pictures of the item.
  8. In my case for automotive parts. As long as all the important details are in the title whether they are placed in the first or last, doesn't matter that much.
  9. In my experience, they're not actually responding to my queries on time.
  10. Yes, definitely. That's is why it is very important to have great product review.
  11. This is an interesting perspective. I suppose it could help generate more sales, and drive more traffic to your product. The original seller can modify the price sooner or later, but for as long as we can make use of it, it seems like something worth trying.
  12. I know right. I think this has to do with our lack of patience, but also with the need to hold / see / use the product we've already spent the money on asap. Which is why people are often less tolerant to delays.
  13. I've been having the same problem recently but as @Yvony said, they are currently short on staff, and maybe what could help is explaining the problem in details, attaching screenshots and just be very persistent until you get your problem solved.
  14. This is very helpful. Thank you for sharing! I've been using this method too, especially when I'm searching for low competitive niches and it surely can come in handy.
  15. Yes, it's how people across the internet can find about us and discover that our products exists. Once they find us, then it's up to our presentation of the product on our product page. From the amount, from the pictures, and information that we give that will help the customers feel uncomfortable regarding buying the product from us. Long tail keywords optimization is part of search engine optimization method that we all should consider doing whenever we can to improve our chances of getting sales over our competitors.
  16. Yep. Every website keeps updating something to improve their platform and services just like Amazon. This means vulnerabilities will always arise. You can't stop updating your software either because new problems always arises that needs to be addressed. So, yeah, it's like expected yearly to happen. And it's always related to the functions of the website. This year though, I don't know, I think it's gonna be different. They may not get an overload of orders because it's already half of the year and still no proper remedy for the corona virus. People are not getting enough income. I hope I'm wrong though and it will just be another year with technical problems, not sales.
  17. What is the product silhouette? Simply put, it's the figure of our product colored in plain black, like a shadow. This gives the viewer or customer a better idea of the shape of the product. Moreover, by having silhouettes in your product description, you'll able to display the measurement of your product. This gives the viewer a better understanding of what they're gonna buy and won't be afraid that what's gonna be delivered to them is just a miniature version. Having that kind of photo in your product will make it stand out among the rest, People are buying things online. They can't really feel the product and see the measurements for themselves. Like in clothes. So, the seller who can give the most information about a product earns more trust from customers and sales. So, yes, I would agree that we need product silhouettes if we want better chances of selling. It's not really required by Amazon though but if this gives customers a better view of what they're ordering, I'm in for it.
  18. Informative! Thank you for sharing the video.
  19. Wow great video.. so glad you shared this.. Now I can start using these techniques and take photos of our products myself. This will save me a lot of money. Great info!
  20. Thanks, I absolutely agree with you on that
  21. Yes. You can also look at the perspective of a customer who's looking for our products. If we search for Amazon products on Google or another platform, you can always see the product title only. So, a descriptive product title would most certainly inform the customer right away if it's the product they really searched for or not instead of having to click on all of them one by one just to see the description.
  22. Yes, but with some help, people won't really be able to tell. This is my most favorite method of all since the guy didn't even use a white perspex sheet to do it. He just used a desk, white cloth (a bed sheet) that's not even ironed, a few lighting equipment (you can also do it beside a window for extra natural lighting), and a mobile phone to take the pictures. Once you have these tools that are usually available in our house, you can then look for and install the amazon seller app on your phone. Once installed login to your account. From the menu options, you can go to the product photo studio which is available on this app. From there, you can directly take photos of your products to be sold on your Amazon account. Once we have the shot, we can use the filters and other photo adjustments from the Amazon app itself. You'll just have to crop the photo of course on however you want it. Just by using your phone camera and this method, you can take pictures of Amazon products using the Amazon seller app to look just like the object on the thumbnail of the Youtube video below. He also shared the video for those sellers who are just beginning to explore and try to sell a few products on Amazon. You guys can try it too! You can also use the Amazon Seller App photo editing for other things that you want of course so it's really that fun and useful.
  23. But you can see the difference between the professional photography and taking picture by your own.But yes if your budget is low and you are creative enough and having some graphical skill you might save some bucks.
  24. This is what's happening when there's a lot of competition on a certain product category. You will always find that there over spills of traffic. So, even though it's with what people are saying about high competition, it doesn't necessarily mean that we won't make a sale out of it because people love to look at related products instead of just buying the first one that they see.
  25. It's okay. For Amazon products, we have this option when we are creating a product page. It's the same with websites, when we create an article or a product page we'll have an option to change the permalink before publishing the post. It's really helpful because searches would make it more clear that the page should be on top of the searches and not the other duplicates.
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