Odds are you found this article after watching my video on YouTube! If that’s not the case, I highly recommend watching the video below, so you can get a better context of this method before diving deeper.   Create a Website Even if you don’t plan on using this website and would rather post your

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It’s no doubt that Amazon.com is the leader when it comes to online purchases and ecommerce transactions. Buyers around the world place an immense amount of trust in the brand and user-submitted reviews that appear below a product listing. However, with millions of products, it’s impossible for Amazon to monitor every single review to ensure

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Since 2014, Amazon has been having a special day around July called ‘Prime Day’. It’s basically a day of exclusive deals for Amazon Prime Members. Being a Prime member for the past couple of years I decided to purchase something this year and pick up an Amazon Alexa (or Echo), the voice activated smart home

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As a seller on Amazon, reviews play an enormous role in your product’s success. Positive reviews can skyrocket sales, while negative reviews can push you into the darkest and deepest places of the search results. The problem is you seemingly have no control of these reviews, but that’s not entirely true. There are a number

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Amazon can be…finicky at times. In my opinion the system they use is by no means perfect, but it does work. As a result of this, I’ve learned a couple things that might prove to be valuable to new advertisers. Name your campaigns strategically After creating a campaign, regardless of type, you can never delete

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With Amazon Advertising there is a sort of learning curve that takes place to figure out how to work the system and how to beat your competitors. I believe Amazon provides some help with learning how to bid, but they don’t really tell you how to bid intuitively and strategically. I find this surprising, as

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In short, yes if done correctly. Amazon’s advertising platform allows vendors to promote their products within product searches, product listings and more. An important thing to note here is vendors typically advertise rather than individual sellers. Why? Vendors have a greater incentive since they may be providing sellers with their products. The more products sellers

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