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Keyword: the Extras Podcast Episode 006 – Why Sellers Should Consider Outsourcing Customer Service with SellerSmile


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The whole goal and focus for the month of April has been on customer service. We’re hoping that at the end of the month sellers can create a solid customer service strategy to improve your Amazon business.

The founders of SellerSmile are joining us again to discuss reasons why sellers should consider outsourcing customer service. We’ll cover when sellers should look at outsourcing and how long that transition can take.

Plus, we’re breaking down some of the costs associated with hiring someone or outsourcing customer service.


Tygh Walters and Michael Melgar from SellerSmile are this episode's guests on Keyword: the Amazon Insiders and Extras Podcast.

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