The dreaded Red Flag of Performance Notification was flying one day. Amazon had closed a listing because of too many customer complaints. Total orders shipped: 84 Total defective orders: 7 Defect rate: 8.3% My first reaction was to be angry, because the comments didn’t make sense. It’s a large, good quality, lunch bag. -Actual bag […]
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An extra precaution to safeguard your inventory if you are running a promotion, or if you want to keep some available for sale elsewhere, is to put some of your inventory on “hold”. You will want to keep some available for organic traffic, but if you have 2,000 items at FBA warehouses and a code […]
Promotions are a great way to launch a product and a discounted price can get sales going. However it’s important to take some precautions when setting up coupon codes. Be aware that reviews written for a discounted product to a targeted audience can be considered ‘incentivized’ and are against TOS and may be removed by […]
The purpose for this blog is to guide you through common misunderstandings and misinterpretations and setting up promotions, and provide instructions and training, so you get the desired outcome when running a promotion. Myth #1 Customers can only order one item with a single use code. Fact Customer can order as many as they want, […]
Sales tax nexus is when you have significant presence in a State to be liable to collect and remit sales tax on customers’ orders. There are different ways to earn this “privilege”, as some States call it, but for Amazon sellers using Amazon’s warehouses to store your inventory and FBA services, the information on the […]