Tag: Amazon Transparency
Your account is down, and you are watching your dreams of selling on Amazon dwindle away while trying to navigate the process of appealing the
This year, we celebrate six years in business. We’re so thankful for the hundreds of clients, our employees, partners – and family members who felt
Whether you sell three products or 10,000 products on Amazon, you always have one worst ASIN. Even when you remove that worst ASIN, you still
This guest blog is written by Blair Forrest, chief marketing officer at AMZ Prep, a Riverbend Consulting partner. As an FBA seller, it’s important to
Amazon FBA sells gross things. Unfortunately, those gross things often are your goods – even if you’re a great seller. I’m not talking about intentionally
Brand Registry seems like such a great idea for sellers. Just register your brand, Amazon says. Then you receive benefits like Enhanced Brand Content and
When it comes to selling products on Amazon, optimizing your listings is a key strategy to drive sales, maximize visibility, and boost your brand’s reputation.
It’s just not easy getting money back from Amazon, even when it’s your own money. Also, it’s not the most fulfilling experience to be spending
For a while now it seemed Amazon condition complaints had re-focused its enforcement and not paid that much attention to suspending ASINs for a Condition
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently announced steps to crack down on fake product reviews online. But will this really improve review quality on
Every seller should expect that shipping products to FBA is systematic and smooth. The goods are shipped and verifiably received by Amazon. Then it’s not.
This guest blog is written by Shane Morris, business development director at GS1 US, a Riverbend Consulting partner. Whether you are a seasoned seller or
“Inauthentic” policy violations hit sellers hard. ASINs and accounts get suspended for such complaints. Amazon’s notification is obtuse and can virtually mean anything. We’ve had
This guest blog is written by Seth Broman, chief revenue officer at Yardline, a Riverbend Consulting partner. The online retail market has grown exponentially since
Making the most of your brand and private-label products on Amazon is the imperative. We also know being PL is full of potential–and problems, such
"It's Your Money: The Seller's Guide to Collecting All Your Money from Amazon FBA"