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Amazon FBA Holiday Guide!

Unless you're a superhuman master of preparation (and congrats if you are, please share your magical means with us!),

Q4 is a crazy time with a lot of dates as well as to-do's to remember.

Selling on Amazon is challenging already without having to hold even more days as well as adjustments in your head.

That's why they produced a checklist of the most-important Amazon.com Q4 vacation dates.

Gifting holidays, supply cut-offs, due dates, promos, learning possibilities like webinars ... you name it and you'll find it here.

https://www.sellerlabs.com/blog/amazon-holiday-2019-dates/

Amazon’s Shipping Pains!

Far from sailing the open seas or commandeering online media, the latest pirates are plundering American doorsteps. Porch pirates are thieves that steal packages from shopper’s doorsteps or porches. The concept is not new, but the rise in ecommerce, and ecommerce holidays, in particular, has also lead to an increase in package theft. “Stolen packages stink,” says Roberta Perry, owner of ScrubzBody Skin Care Products. “But, they are one of the realities of being an online business,” she tells Independent Retailer.

Porch pirates are keenly aware of shopping holidays, just like the rest of America. According to Nextdoor, the largest neighborhood social media app, during Amazon Prime Day posts and comments around package theft increase by 85%. Overall, as many as 30% of Americans have had their packages stolen. In 2017, 26 million Americans reported stolen packages during the holiday season alone.

https://www.sellerlabs.com/blog/amazon-holiday-2019-dates/

FBA Black Hat Reviews

Amazon.com gets rid of a ton of fake reviews on Amazon but it still doesn't appear to discourage deceitful vendors from attempting to get reviews to improve the appeal and position of their products. We have actually learnt through customers that are still obtaining demands to purchase reviews in return for free products, or instead a refund after they have actually left a review.

These ask for fake evaluations on Amazon.com often take place in concealed Facebook teams however are currently being identified as un-solicited funded messages. Products are being promoted with products pimped with 50% or 100% off and also as soon as you click a chatbot opens up supplying a full refund using PayPal however just after you have actually purchased on Amazon and also left a 'great' testimonial

https://tamebay.com/2019/10/underhand-businesses-still-tout-for-fake-reviews-on-amazon.html

Shopify + Amazon = Success

Whether you have 10 or 10,000 products on Amazon, there is a huge opportunity to leverage what you already have on Amazon and start building your own brand outside of that platform!

Why You Shouldn’t Limit Yourself to Amazon

The more places your products are, the more likely your customers are to find them. That means more sales and more money in your pocket.

Perhaps more importantly, you never want to have all your eggs in one basket. Search the Amazon seller forums and you’ll find TONS of stories of people getting their accounts banned, often for completely illegitimate reasons.

Amazon can get a little trigger happy at times, and you don’t want your entire business getting shut down in the blink of an eye due to their whims. The smart thing to do is sell through more than one channel to minimize that risk.

Porch Pirates

Far from sailing the open seas or commandeering online media, the latest pirates are plundering American doorsteps. Porch pirates are thieves that steal packages from shopper’s doorsteps or porches. The concept is not new, but the rise in ecommerce, and ecommerce holidays, in particular, has also lead to an increase in package theft. “Stolen packages stink,” says Roberta Perry, owner of ScrubzBody Skin Care Products. “But, they are one of the realities of being an online business,” she tells Independent Retailer.
Porch pirates are keenly aware of shopping holidays, just like the rest of America. According to Nextdoor, the largest neighborhood social media app, during Amazon Prime Day posts and comments around package theft increase by 85%. Overall, as many as 30% of Americans have had their packages stolen. In 2017, 26 million Americans reported stolen packages during the holiday season alone.


https://independentretailer.com/2019/10/15/navigating-retails-porch-pirate-problem/

Finding Holiday Toys

Amazon charges toy brands millions of dollars to be considered for its annual Holiday Toy List, according to a recent Bloomberg report, selling sponsorships for up to $2 million.

Walmart WMT meanwhile, charges $10,000 a month per product for toy brands to get their items on November and December “Buyer’s Picks” toy lists, the report said, quoting a consumer watchdog’s concerns about toy companies’ concealed financial involvement in a list apparently curated by experts.

Jim Silver, the CEO and editor-in-chief of the product-review site Toys, Tots, Pets & More, says that while not all major retailers engage in this practice, he has heard about it for years. “I just shrugged my shoulders and said, ‘Well, it took a long time for it to finally hit the media, but it’s been around a long time,’” he said.

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