Archive for the 'Amazon' Category

Win with Amazon’s price fixing feature

Did you know that Amazon bans sellers from undercutting prices on some products that they sell? As a result it’s difficult for private sellers to compete effectively on Amazon. Thinking about selling at a high price on Amazon, and a lower price for the same product on your own website? Amazon will ban you from […]

Outside The Box With Amazon

Part One “What do I sell on Amazon Pete?” This is one of the most frequent questions I get asked. Competition for ecommerce products of all kinds is fierce on Amazon. So from the outset, you need to think outside the box. Here are a few ideas for you… Sell multiples of your item in […]

What’s the best Amazon course for YOU?

A couple of years ago there was only one major Amazon course: Steve Lindhorst’s Selling On The River. Now there are plenty to choose from. Here are some of the best – star rated out of five. Selling On Amazon’s FBA Program *** By Nathan Holmquist This used to be paid – now it’s free. […]

My Amazon Christmas Clunker Double Whammy

I started to sell my canvas pictures online in 2009. In October I opened up an Amazon account in the US to add to my UK one. So that added to my sales as well. Everything was smooth. December sales average was five times more than normal. Business was good. My problems started in the […]

My New Product On List Only Release

I’ve just finished Auction Profit Formula, a guide to selling electronic accessories on eBay and Amazon. The strategies I describe work in the largest markets including those for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. The market for these goods is mostly sewn up by the largest electronics suppliers and Apple’s low margins and exclusivity rules […]

Adjusting From eBay To Amazon

Anyone who begins trading on Amazon and expects it to be a carbon copy of eBay is in for a shock. Amazon is a more professional environment but lacks the sense of community that characterizes eBay at its best. One obvious way that Amazon differs from eBay is with regard to the comparatively few buyers […]