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Driving External Traffic to Your Amazon Store   Driving external traffic to your Amazon store is a great way to find new customers, boost keyword ranking, and gain an advantage over your competitors. Outside Amazon, external traffic

MarketplaceOps December 19, 2020 0 Comments

In this podcast with Days of Nuggets, our cofounder, Fernando Campos, covers the 3 main steps to ensure that every Amazon seller out there can nail their product launches in one go. Fernando will be emphasizing how

What Is Product Bundling?   Product bundling is a marketing strategy that involves selling multiple products as one. Commonly used as a promotional activity, some businesses even bundle products that have been sitting in warehouses longer than

Amazon Best Sellers Rank or BSR is a score that Amazon assigns to a specific product. This number represents the demand and popularity of a product given a specific period, as well as indicates how frequently it

MarketplaceOps September 15, 2020 0 Comments

eCommerce Q4 Predictions Q4 is fast approaching and sellers may have apprehensions on what’s to come considering the events brought by COVID. Amazon’s operations have been almost unpredictable, adding to the frenzy of how to best strategize,

MarketplaceOps September 8, 2020 2 Comments

Financial Challenges for Online Sellers The importance of having enough cash on hand is well known to all entrepreneurs and when it comes to selling online, things are no different. Even the best online sellers experience decreases

MarketplaceOps September 4, 2020 0 Comments

Amazon Abandoned Cart: Is it Common? An Amazon abandoned cart is more common than you think. The average eCommerce store loses about 75% of their sales to digital cart abandonment.  Cart abandonment happens when customers look through

The MarketplaceOps cofounders, Nick Young and Fernando Campos, talk about the lessons they learned from selling over $80 million worth of products on Amazon and Walmart in this podcast with eComWhiz. Things we'll cover: The Amazon Launch

Is Amazon a Brand-Friendly Marketplace? Amazon is aware that the rising number of counterfeit goods is not only affecting shoppers but brands as well. The retail giant’s problem has ballooned over the last few years, causing brands

Why sellers need to be familiar with Amazon order cancellation According to MarketplacePulse, Amazon received nearly one million negative seller reviews last May 2020 alone. 49% of those reviews were fulfillment-related, mentioning keywords such as “never,” “received,”

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