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Since its inception as an online bookseller in the 1990s, the Amazon's e-commerce platform can truly be called a retail innovator. Nowadays, its reach is nearly 50% of internet users in the US and its website amazon.com receives more than 2 billion visitors monthly.
Did you know poor cash flow management is the reason why 82% of small businesses fail?
Like many entrepreneurs, you probably have a long list of goals, such as increasing revenue, gaining brand recognition, boosting market share, and above all, growing as quickly as possible. While achieving rapid business success is something we all desire, it’s just as important to be able to sustain that level of success.
Why Are Amazon Reviews Important?
One of the main features Amazon introduced to the marketplace world was the customer’s feedback on Amazon for its sellers. This simple review feature, added to the internet power of giving everyone instant access to information, changed the game. But beware! The power it gave to consumers to hurt businesses is way greater than the power it gave businesses to lure consumers in.
Adding to that, the number and overall quality of the reviews your products generate goes a significant way towards determining where they appear on Amazon’s product lists. The Amazon platform has millions of sellers, with many offering the same products, and an essential part of how Amazon separates the wheat from the chaff is to push the sellers that garner the best reviews. At its core, Amazon wants to offer a convenient, reliable and good quality experience for online shoppers, and the best way to do that is to promote the sellers that its users deem to be the best.
This is a guest post from Michael Krakaris of Deliverr. Deliverr provides fast and affordable fulfillment for your eBay, Walmart and Shopify stores.
Order fulfillment is a crucial part of any eCommerce business. No matter how good your product is, if you can’t deliver quickly and efficiently, your business will fail. Fast shipping has become the standard for shoppers, but due to the rapid growth in eCommerce, there are many new sellers who aren’t familiar with how the fulfillment process works.
Why September is the Most Important Month of the Year for Amazon Sellers: 6 Critical Tasks for Successful Q4 Sales
Word Count: 2960 | Time To Read: 16 mins | Seller Category: Intermediate / Advanced
To an Amazon seller, the fourth quarter is like a championship game. The pressure is on. The hard work you’ve put in all season has led up to this point. It’s go-time! Are you ready to crush the competition on Black Friday and Cyber Monday?