Third-party software can be used to automate many parts of your FBA business. If you're a RepricerExpress customer, you'll already be saving time and increasing your profits by automating and optimising your Amazon prices. But what about when it comes to gathering feedback and product reviews for your Amazon business? Let's take a look at some of the best Amazon product review tools currently on the market. 1. FeedbackExpress FeedbackExpress makes it radically easy to improve your Amazon seller rating through powerfully effective, automated feedback requests, and a whole lot more! The software offers a free 30-day trial and no credit card is required. Plans start at £14.95/$20 which includes 1,000 emails across multiple Amazon marketplaces, 24/7 monitoring and email support. 2. Feedbackz Next up we have Feedbackz — built for marketing savvy Amazon sellers seeking more beautiful and more powerfully targeted automatic follow-up email funnels. Here's the dashboard taken from their demo showing the number of emails sent and opened. Feedbackz offer tiered pricing plans. For $29 you'll get 2,000 emails per month and they offer a free trial period of 25
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Welcome to our weekly roundup of the top five Amazon news stories of the week. Amazon could soon force you to go on a diet, according to one futurist: Katharine Schwab at Fast Company reports that in 2029, there’s a good chance you’ll be living in a Google, an Amazon, or an Apple home–you and all of your data, biometric and otherwise. Adding smart devices to your house may have started as a way to make your life and your energy use a little more efficient. But 10 years from now, it may blossom into a full-scale operating system that has automated your life in ways you don’t fully understand. Continue reading... Amazon Pay inks Worldpay integration as it branches out in the wider world of ecommerce: Ingrid Lunden at TechCrunch reports that Amazon has inked a deal with Worldpay for the latter to become its first acquirer. This means that Worldpay — one of the more ubiquitous providers of payment technologies, processing 40 billion transactions worth some $1.7 trillion annually through 300+ payment options and 120 currencies — will now be offering Amazon Pay
Just about every merchant is regularly thinking up ways they can sell more on Amazon. And the answer is no huge secret: generally, it’s about sourcing products people want, at the prices they’re willing to pay. To understand how that really works, RepricerExpress has 17 ways for you to get there. 1. Use the Best Images Possible We regularly talk about the importance of having multiple, hi-res images, as they’re one of the first things buyers notice. On our sister site, FeedbackExpress, we mention how poor images are one of the most common seller mistakes, as well as how to shape your images for the best SEO results. If you don’t want to shoot your own products, we have an article on the best free stock image sites you can use. 2. Use FBA Fulfilment by Amazon makes your products Prime-eligible, plus also increases your odds of landing a Buy Box. People flock to Prime. You should flock to FBA. And besides, it frees up your time to spend on other ways to sell higher and make more money. 3. Invest in
Once you’ve mastered basic marketing strategies like optimising keywords, engaging in social media and auto-repricing, it’s time to move onto more advanced techniques. RepricerExpress has you covered with twelve of the top ones you need to know for 2019. 1. Injecting Emotion into Your Images Your main image should be just the product on a white background, but when it comes to the secondary images, it’s time to let loose a bit — and forget about the usual tips of shooting in natural light or shooting multiple angles. We’re talking about things like: Comparisons between your product’s (superiority) and a competitor’s (inferiority). Hi-res (minimum of 1,000 x 1,000) so buyers can zoom and scroll over it. Sizing charts and product labels. Lifestyle/action images featuring different kinds of users (so every buyer can imagine themselves using it). 2. Doing Testing on Images to Select the Best Ones Be scientific by swapping out just one image a week so you can isolate its metrics. Then, track sessions, sales, conversion rate and revenue each week you’re changing images until you find the combination that works best.
Welcome to our weekly roundup of the top five Amazon news stories of the week. Amazon reportedly nixes its price parity requirement for third-party sellers in the US: Catherine Shu at TechCrunch reports that Amazon will stop forbidding third-party merchants who list on its e-commerce platform in the United States from selling the same products on other sites for lower prices, reports Axios. The company’s decision to end its price parity provision comes three months after Sen. Richard Blumenthal urged the Department of Justice to open an antitrust investigation into Amazon’s policies and a few days after Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren announced she would make breaking up Amazon, Google and Facebook a big part of her campaign platform. Continue reading... Ecommerce is the ‘future for a lot of markets,’ Adidas CEO says: Chloe Taylor at CNBC reports that Adidas CEO Kasper Rorsted see ecommerce as a tremendous opportunity. He said, “We launched our own app last year, and it’s been downloaded more than 7 million times in more than 25 countries. We think e-commerce is still in its early days, and there’s going
What were you doing when you were 15 years-old? I was working in a local supermarket for £2.77 per hour. At the same age, Alex Philip is a young entrepreneur who has been featured in Forbes and is set to do £1.5 million this year through his Shopify dropshipping business. Alex uses dropshipping to sell products from Alibaba through his Shopify store. Let's look at his numbers. In 2018, Alex turned over $30,000 a month returning a profit of $5,000. He had a total turnover of $250,000 for the year — yielding a healthy profit of $60,000! Not bad at all especially for a 15-year old. Focus on Dropshipping Alex started his e-commerce journey when he was just 11 years old and credits a lot of his success to his father, who is also a businessman. Alex says, “As far back as I can remember, whenever I found loose change anywhere my dad would say it was a sign that I would make loads of money,” Alex started selling on Amazon a few years ago. It was at the time when Pokémon GO was a big craze so Alex started selling
Welcome to our weekly roundup of the top five Amazon news stories of the week. Alibaba's opening an online store with Office Depot: Kate Taylor at Entrepreneur reports that Office Depot is teaming up with Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba, as both companies hope to benefit from the other's strengths to win over US small business owners. The two companies are launching a co-branded online store, as well as collaborating on revamped customer support, distribution and fulfillment options. Continue reading... Amazon stops selling 'April Fool' Dash buttons: Sky News reports that Amazon has stopped selling Dash buttons, the product which it believed would make it more convenient for customers to purchase their favourite products. Dash buttons were first launched on 1 April 2015, prompting most people to suspect they were a joke - although there is a long history of companies launching groundbreaking products on that day. Continue reading... Amazon to launch new grocery-store business: Esther Fung and Heather Haddon at The Wall Street Journal reports that Amazon is planning to open dozens of grocery stores in several major US cities, according to people familiar with
At RepricerExpress, we know that pricing rules require thought and nuance, with no one rule applicable to all situations. If you’re a private label seller, we’ve got 5 of the best tactics you can use when setting your pricing rules to ensure the best odds of making conversions and winning a Buy Box. 1. Differentiate Between Margin and Markup Markup is how much cost you add to the product’s initial cost to arrive at the final selling price. For example, if you paid $5 for a gadget, you could add a $5 markup and the final price would be $10. Margin, on the other hand, is what you’re left with once you subtract what you paid for the product from what the buyer paid for it. Using the same prices as before, the buyer’s price would be $10, what you paid for the product would be $5, and your profit margin would be $5. The two are not the same, even though we used the same numbers for each example. Remember to treat them as the different terms that they are. 2. Set
Today's post is a compilation of the most popular Amazon repricing questions we are asked by new customers and those considering signing up for our free 15-day trial. If you need any further information or have an additional query not covered below, just jump on Live Chat or send us a message and we’ll get back to you ASAP. What does RepricerExpress do? RepricerExpress is an automated repricing tool for Amazon and eBay sellers. You set your Min and Max prices for each SKU and a repricing rule to decide how you would like it to compete. Then as soon as a competitor changes price we will automatically reprice your product between your Min/Maxs and according to your repricing rule (you can choose to Beat by X amount or %, Match or Price above by X amount or %). Our repricing is continuous and instant, which means that each time a price change occurs under the ASIN we will calculate your new price and send it to Amazon for upload. The software reprices up and down 24/7, even when you're asleep! What channels
The holiday rush is over and you can relax after all the effort you’ve put in for 2018. But it’s no time to get complacent, as you’ve got to focus on Amazon sales for Q1 now. To keep the momentum going, RepricerExpress has five tips you can use in 2019. 1. Leverage Q4 Sales Into Making Q1 Successful If you’ve done everything right, then your Q4 will have been your most successful quarter of 2019. And to keep the momentum building, reinvest the profits you made in Q4 into Q1 so you can keep sales high over the long-term. It’s tempting to put that money into a savings account — while you should put some money into there, you should also put some profits into the next quarter. There will be buyers who want to get a super early start on next year’s holidays, there will be buyers who missed the boat on 2018s holiday specials, and there will be buyers who will be looking to make use of the Amazon gift cards they got as presents. Being ready for those sales means you