Amazon Sponsored Products Masterclass 5th July

By Chris Dawson June 27, 2018 - 10:51 am

Next week on Thursday the 5th of July, we are holding our Amazon Masterclass on scaling your  Amazon business with Sponsored Products, if you’ve not signed up yet then do so to reserve your place and, if you can’t make the webinar (we know the weather outside is tempting) if you sign up we’ll send you a recording of the webinar to watch at your leisure.

We’ve teamed up with Efficient Era, to delivery the masterclass revealing how the top Amazon sellers get sales and attract buyers to their listings. We’ll look at all the factors that affect sales on the Amazon marketplace including: Inertia; Relevance; Discoverability; Conversion Rate; and Customer Experience.

This webinar is for sellers who already sell at scale on Amazon and want to further accelerate their sales. You’ll also be interested if currently your business is smaller but you have a desire to grow rapidly and become a £million a year merchant.

What will you learn in the webinar?

The webinar will reveal how to successfully launch a product on Amazon and drive traffic to it in combination with Amazon Sponsored Product listings. You’ll learn:

  • Why Advertising on Amazon is no longer an option
  • Factors that affect sales inertia
  • Pitfalls to avoid
  • Tactics for advanced sellers: Influencing Sales Velocity and Organic algorithms through PPC
  • Incremental bidding method
  • How Efficient Era’s automated bid recommendations can take the guesswork out of this complex process

Sign up to attend the webinar

You’ll need to sign up in advance to attend the Amazon Sponsored Products Masterclass webinar which takes place on the 5th of July at 3pm UK time.

If you think you may be unable to attend, sign up anyway as we’ll make the webinar recording available to watch immediately after it’s taken place.

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