Mother's Day is just around the corner, which means it's time to prepare your store for one of the biggest sales dates in the country.
We’ve all heard the saying, “You have to spend money to make money,” and this certainly applies to growing your business. In order to expand, you need to invest, but in order to invest, you need working capital. If you’re looking to take your business to the next level, it may be time to start considering your funding options.
Seize the date to increase your sales in the right items and categories.
Mother's Day is coming and you, Amazon seller, needs to be prepared to take advantage of it. In 2018, according to Statista, more than $ 23 billion were spent for mothers in the United States.
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.