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The habits of highly effective Amazon sellers [eBook]

By Dan Wilson July 18, 2017 - 8:52 am

We’re pleased to be releasing an updated ebook called The habits of highly effective Amazon sellers. It’s been produced in conjunction with Currencies Direct. Download it for free below.

At its core this ebook is a useful overview of the advanced techniques that Amazon sellers can use to take their business to the next level.

Here are some of the topics covered in this revised 2017 ebook:

FBA

Highly successful Amazon sellers are familiar with and proficient at using Fulfilment by Amazon to develop their business. It’s a flexible solution for some or all of your lines and can also help you cope with peak periods and periods of high growth.

Private Label Selling

This where you manufacture your own goods and develop your own brands to sell. It gives you control over the goods and the possibility of greater profits. But how do you do it?

Optimising currency exchange

If you’re selling internationally then the chances are that Amazon won’t give you the most attractive exchange rates: a currency exchange specialist like Currencies Direct can save you money that goes right to the bottom line.

Amazon Sponsored Products

Use Amazon’s promotional tools to get more profile for your goods in search and related search on Amazon.

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