It is easier than ever for anyone to start a business with or without business experience in this “online age.” The cool thing about starting an online business is the freedom to make money from anywhere. However, there are plenty of small business ideas out there, and deciding on one can be quite a task.
January 24, 2022
Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) saw a significant slowdown in revenue growth in the third quarter. The decline was most significant in its main online retail business. Total online store sales grew just 3% over the year-ago period. Meanwhile, growth in third-party seller services — that is, for other businesses which sell on the Amazon platform vs. Amazon’s own goods — slowed to 18% from 53% a year ago.
January 20, 2022
BOSTON, Dec. 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Salsify, the Commerce Experience Management platform that helps brands and retailers win on the digital shelf, announced an integration to the new Amazon Selling Partner API. This new connection provides Amazon selling partners programmatic access to their Amazon Vendor Central account data.
January 18, 2022
Amazon launched Amazon Community Lending as a pilot program in 2011. From 2011 through 2019, borrowers got about $710 million in funding.
Amazon Lending provides short term business loans for qualified sellers. The sellers use the funds to get additional inventory. Amazon Lending works in partnership with Goldman Sachs and other third party lenders.
January 17, 2022
You’re ready to sell more on Amazon, you have stock, a great storefront page and an advertising strategy – everything is ready to go. But pause for a moment, do you know your real Amazon ROI (return on investment)?
It might seem like an obvious task, but going over your figures again before you “press the button” to sell more on Amazon, is a good idea. Many new sellers make the mistake of not factoring in the costs that come with online trading, which gives them a false (and higher) than expected Amazon ROI.
January 14, 2022
“Amazon started as a bookstore, but it’s now a marketplace — an e-commerce bucket that any seller can put their stuff into,” said Jane Friedman…
January 13, 2021
A new study claims that Amazon makes far more from fees on its Marketplace platform than even the cash cow known as AWS. The report says that Amazon’s fees for participating effectively on its store have grown to the point where sellers now give the company about 34% of their earnings — and this has lately become Amazon’s primary revenue stream. The company disputes the report’s findings.
January 12, 2022
Amazon FBA shared some news for sellers about its restock and storage limits, which have been major challenges for those using the fulfillment service.
January 11, 2022