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Product Reviews (Ep. 041)

September 29, 2017

It’s been nearly a year since Amazon made a major change when it comes to reviews. They banned Incentivized Review Clubs, disrupting a major go-to strategy for many Amazon merchants. In this episode we’re looking at reviews and the importance both positive and negative reviews have on sales and ranking. Plus, our Amazon Insider, Andrea […]

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Ep. 041 Keyword Podcast: Product Reviews

September 29, 2017

Subscribe via iTunes | Stitcher | Google PlayIt’s been nearly a year since Amazon made a major change when it comes to reviews. They banned Incentivized Review Clubs, disrupting a major go-to strategy for many Amazon merchants.In this episode we’re looking at reviews and the importance both positive and negative reviews have on sales and ranking. Plus, […]

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Ep. 040 Keyword Podcast: Improving Customer Service

September 22, 2017

Subscribe via iTunes | Stitcher | Google PlayGood customer service is key to being successful on Amazon. Customer service is one of the biggest things that customers will notice about your brand and it can set you apart from other sellers.Former Amazonian Emily Murray joins us to talk about how you can improve your own customer service. >>> […]

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Improving Customer Service (Ep. 040)

September 22, 2017

Good customer service is key to being successful on Amazon. Customer service is one of the biggest things that customers will notice about your brand and it can set you apart from other sellers. Former Amazonian Emily Murray joins us to talk about how you can improve your own customer service.Emily’s template to respond to […]

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Three Amazon Tools to Help Brand Owners (Ep. 039)

September 13, 2017

The Amazon Marketplace was initially created for resellers but recently there’s been a shift moving more towards brands. Amazon’s embracing that. “One of the great things about the Marketplace for brands is it breaks down that traditional retail relationship,” says former Amazonian Peter Kearns. Peter’s job at Amazon was to find holes in the Amazon […]

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Ep. 039 Keyword Podcast: Three Amazon Tools to Help Brand Owners

September 13, 2017

Subscribe via iTunes | Stitcher | Google PlayThe Amazon Marketplace was initially created for resellers. In recent years, the Marketplace has shifted to a place where small businesses can launch their own brands and build them up using the platform. Amazon has embraced this shift and has been creating tools to help brand owners.In this episode we’re […]

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Ep. 038 Keyword Podcast: Getting Money to Grow Your Amazon Business

September 6, 2017

Subscribe via iTunes | Stitcher | Google PlayRunning an Amazon business requires capital. Sellers need money to start and then they have to decide if they’ll try to bootstrap growth or go get a loan.In this episode we’re talking about Kabbage, a company that’s changing how small businesses get access to money.This episode’s “Amazon insider” is Victoria […]

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Getting money to grow your Amazon business (Ep. 038)

September 6, 2017

Running an Amazon business requires capital. Sellers need money to start and then they have to decide if they’ll try to bootstrap growth or go get a loan. In this episode, we’re talking about Kabbage, a company that’s changing how small businesses get access to money. Populuxe has been selling toys online since 1998. Their […]

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Ep. 037 Competing in a Competitive Sponsored Products Space

September 6, 2017

Amazon Sponsored Products is getting more and more competitive. Sellers can no longer let ads just run on auto-pilot. There are things Sellers can do to help be more competitive with the Sponsored Ads that they are running. Former Amazonian Mike Ziegler used to work on the Sponsored Products team at Amazon and he shares […]

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Ep. 036 Does Manufacturing in the United States Help Sales?

September 1, 2017

This week’s Amazon Insider, Eric Heller, recruited some of the first sellers to the Amazon Marketplace. In this episode, we discuss manufacturing in the United States or other countries and whether that makes products sell better. I want you to pretend for just a minute that you’re an Amazon shopper. Imagine you’re shopping for a […]