Amazon started as online book store and has grown to be the worlds largest online retailer.
Learn how to get started selling on Amazon
Amazon are going to be holding a webinar specifically to help Tamebay readers get started selling on Amazon.co.uk.
If you don’t already sell on Amazon then the Webinar, to be held on Thursday, June 21st at midday, will teach you everything you need to know. Amazon themselves will give you an overview of the main practical steps you need to go through to start selling on Amazon.co.uk and access millions of online shoppers including:
- Why should you be selling on Amazon
- How to set up your account
- How to create your inventory
- How to manage your orders and your performance
This session will be most useful for merchants not yet selling on Amazon, or who recently registered but haven’t had the opportunity to get started yet.
If you want to know how to get your products onto the Amazon platform then register today to reserve a place on the webinar. There will also be a Q&A session at the end of the webinar so if you have any questions about how to set up your account or if you already sell on Amazon and have a question about handling your inventory or other general selling questions this is an ideal opportunity to ask.
You’ll need to register in advance to reserve a place for the Selling on Amazon Webinar which is of course free to attend for all Tamebay readers.
Edited to add
Now that the webinar has taken place a replay is available for anyone to review.
For those who currently sell on eBay and want to transfer eBay items to Amazon, check our this post on tamebay:
I ain’t wasting my time listening to Amazon rattle on about how great they are. I find it offensive that Amazon insist and statistically monitor unanswered questions over the weekend. To maintain your stats you have to ensue you log in each day. Having recently been on holiday, I had to find a connection and log in, only to find a question saying “received the item thanks”. I have to manually answer it or click no answer needed. Do Amazon force their staff to work weekends? Maybe they have to log in to answer the complaints of people? I wonder… I’ve heard all the reasons of offering customers the best experience etc etc blah blah and it don’t wash.