Posts Tagged ‘selling on amazon’

402 : Jon MacDonald – How do you convert more of your traffic into sales

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So you worked really hard on getting people to see your stuff? But they are not buying (Less then 2% is the standard). Why? Jon walks us through how to parse your data to identify your buyers habits, then eliminate the noise where they are not buying. Think optimization. How has PPC optimization worked for…

401 : Andy Slamans – Amazon brand building today is different, it takes being different from your many competitors

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Funny how this conversation started out. Discussing employee and contractor retention. Have you figured out what you would lose if your key employee left tomorrow? Do you have a contingency plan? How about instead you treat them right now? You check in with them? You ask how they are doing? You give them more money?…

397 : Brian Miller – Create as much runway as possible in running your Amazon business

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Have you looked at warehousing in China? Have you looked at combining shipments with other sellers? Brian has a company that can help with all of those things. Maybe 20-50% in savings? The point I learned in this interview is that things are changing quicker than ever. You have to adapt and be willing to…

396 : Nick Julia – Add Facebook Messenger Marketing to drive sales on Amazon

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Have you tried to drive your own sales? Have you tried to bring your own traffic to Amazon? Most would say they don’t need to as that’s what we pay Amazon all those fees for. But if you are seeing higher ad costs with lesser results, then maybe some traffic that you generate might be…

395 : Allen Walker – You must remember you are a buyer first to have success selling on Amazon

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Wise words from a young guy. You must be a buyer first. Regardless if you are an RA, OA, Wholesale or Private Label seller it all starts with the buy. That sets the tone for how you can sell your products. If your costs are low you have flexibility in a competitive market. If your…