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6 selling on Amazon Top Tips for this peak season

By Chris Dawson November 21, 2019 - 10:00 am

For the next couple of months through to the New Year, there are traffic increases on Amazon’s marketplaces across the world and many sellers experience an increase in sales and activity in their stores. Here are 6 selling on Amazon Top Tips to make sure that you are ready to maximize your global selling opportunities.

6 selling on Amazon Top Tips

  1. Review your inventory dashboard across all global marketplaces
  2. First things first: Plan your inventory proactively and send inventory early. Review your inventory dashboard for inventory velocity history to ensure items stay in-stock during the holiday.

    Review inventory dashboard in each region: EU, JP, AU, AE

  3. Check for deal recommendations to plan inventory ahead
  4. Check for deal recommendations in Upcoming Events to see holiday events open for Deals submissions.

    Check deal recommendations in each region: EU, JP, AU, AE

  5. Refine product pages and listing details
  6. Fine-tune your pricing, product pages, and listing details. Add enhanced brand content to your detail pages which can result in more traffic, higher conversion rates, and increased sales.

    Add enhanced brand content in each region: EU, JP, AU, AE

  7. Expand to more marketplaces using build international listings
  8. You can save time and effort by managing offers in one marketplace but also grow across all Amazon’s marketplaces.

    Use build international listings in each region: EU, JP, AU, AE

  9. ​​​​Optimize sponsored products campaigns to increase visibility
  10. Events lead to higher than normal traffic which can deplete campaign budgets faster than normal. Consider increasing your budget and bids.

    Optimize sponsored products in each region: EU, JP, AU

  11. Offer promotions to grow sales
  12. Offer promotions like free shipping or use coupons to increase sales conversions.

    Use coupons/vouchers in each region: EU, JP

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Ifellow: @gav Dont forget having to buy so many units adds costs like Unloading, warehousing and...
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Ifellow: @gav If your making these margins buying a few units from a UK wholesaler then...
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Derek duval: @Gav Thank you for that. I guess if you can get stock delivered from where ever...
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Ifellow: The point I was making which you failed to miss is. Sure an item that...