Back in September, we published an article called ‘Business is Still Business: Some Things to Remember As an E-Commerce Seller’, where we gave you a few reminders to keep you grounded in the ever-changing world of e-commerce. It’s really easy to lose yourself in keeping up with all these different trends, with developments in technology, software, and just the changing environment in general. We all need to remember and stick to the basics of business, but that’s not to say that you should become complacent! It’s always better to stay ahead of the game, and we’ve got some of the trends experts predict will be THE things to watch out for in 2020.
This article was contributed by Jeff Lieber and his team from TurnKey Product Management, an Amazon consulting company. With over 12 years of Amazon experience, over 150K products sold, and over 8-figures in revenue made for our clients in the past year alone, we are uniquely positioned to help brands scale their sales on Amazon through a variety of services: full service management, Amazon PPC management, 1-on-1 coaching, standard operating procedures, online trainings and more.
Author: Ryan Moran, founder of Capitalism.com and host of the One Percent podcast
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