#1 - End of cheap overseas products. All truth about 'Today's Deals'.
The White House wants to put an end to low-cost shipping from overseas, a move widely supported among U.S. e-commerce sellers.
Online retail in the United States is a multi-billion dollar sector, but for new businesses, tapping into the online market can be tough.
Amazon’s “Today's Deals” page can be a goldmine for shoppers searching for products with steep discounts. But BuzzFeed News has found that some of these flash sales are too good to be true.
Sellers and brands may not like it, but Amazon is clearly doubling down on its private label business.
To date, Amazon has introduced roughly 70 private label brands. This has rattled many observers, who fear Amazon’s growing influence.
Amazon derives over 40% of its total value from Amazon Web Services, per Trefis estimates, despite generating only around 10% of net revenues in 2017.
Amazon has reported massive revenue growth in recent years, with revenues surging from just over $60 billion to almost $180 billion from 2012 through 2017.
In our article last year on the taxation of Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) international sellers, we covered some basic U.S. tax considerations associated with the popular business model. This year's significant developments should steer international sellers in a clearer direction.
Like every ads network or affiliate programs, Amazon reserves the right to ban you any time. If you break any of Amazon’s long list of Terms of Service (ToS), all of the hard work you’ve put into your niche site could fly out the window, and your niche site investment could take a serious hit.
Amazon has grown more comfortable telling sellers about tools available from third-parties.
Marketplace merchants and review watchdogs have accused Amazon of manipulating online reviews of its private label products, putting its third-party sellers at a disadvantage.
Amazon is revamping its metrics, including removing the Customer Service Dissatisfaction metric and introducing a Voice of the Customer report with new "Customer Experience" metrics.
In order to fulfill its many orders in a timely fashion, Amazon employs a large number of people, and a key part to the company's order fulfillment process are pickers.
Sales of Amazon's new Earth+Eden diapers, a line owned and manufactured by First Quality but found exclusively on Amazon, tripled after its late-August launch.
Amazon confirmed that some of its marketplace sellers had bribed Amazon employees to delete negative reviews or to obtain proprietary information like sales data or customer e-mail addresses, following a report in The Wall Street Journal.
It says Amazon representatives abused eBay's internal email system to contact sellers - a violation of the marketplace's policies.
Amazon AMZN has teamed up with Shark Tank to become its official retail partner. This is in sync with the company's continued focus toward expanding its footprint in the retail space.
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