Category: Amazon

3 Tips for Amazon Sellers Struggling With the USPS Slowdown

The co-founder of Louisville-based direct-to-consumer spices retailer Pinch Spice Market, Thomas has had around 250 of her August orders–nearly 10 percent–experience major delays on their U.S. Postal Service route. “That has serious implications for us,” Thomas says, adding that customers who don’t receive their high-quality spices in a timely manner will just buy them at

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4 Reasons Why Every Retailer Should Embrace Amazon

To say that Amazon has changed the landscape of retail would be an understatement. With the changes that Amazon has brought to the marketplace, it begs the question, should all retailers embrace Amazon? Here are a few stats to consider: As of the last reporting period, there are more than 310 million active Amazon customer accounts. A

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How to Find the Best Products to Sell on Amazon

If you’ve been with Sales & Orders for a while now, you may already be familiar with our Beginner’s Guide to Selling on Amazon. In that guide, we talked about how to use Amazon to verify product ideas, as well as how to optimize your presence on the platform and start making sales. This, of

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Integrate Shopify With Amazon: Choosing the Best Solution

Does Shopify integrate with Amazon?  The question often arises among online sellers. High interest in Amazon and Shopify makes a lot of sense as these two are the most prominent names on the eCommerce market. As the popularity of the platforms is only rising, so does the necessity to work on both of them simultaneously.

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The Ultimate Guide to Amazon Advertising

In 2018, the advertising duopoly of Google and Facebook seemed to dominate the market once again, owning 37% and 20% of the pie, respectively, while Amazon owned a measly 7%. However, if you dig a little deeper into the numbers, Amazon isn’t actually the third wheel in this equation. While they own significantly less market

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The Ultimate Guide to Selling on Amazon in 2019

You might think most consumers start their online shopping sessions with a visit to Google, but according to a poll conducted by NPR and Marist, Amazon is actually the most common starting point for online shoppers. With 44% of shoppers starting on Amazon (which is 11% more than Google) and 40% of Americans buying products

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Amazon Furthers Embrace of SMBs with Storefronts

In my hometown of San Luis Obispo, California, there used to be a handful of local bookstores that were fixtures in the community. In my youth, I spent many hours wandering the aisles of Leon’s Books and The Novel Experience on Higuera Street, the main drag, back when that was a thing one did. I’m

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