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Incredible Source of Information in Amazon Retailing,
This review is from: Sell on Amazon: A Guide to Amazon's Marketplace, Seller Central, and Fulfillment by Amazon Programs (Paperback)
When I first saw that Steve Weber had written a book on Amazon retailing, I thought "Selling on Amazon is easy. Why would he write a book about it?" I just finished reading it, and it blew me away. There is so much about selling on Amazon that I didn't know.
Table of Contents:
Get Started on Amazon
Stay on the Law's Right Side
Stay on Amazon's Good Side
Kick it up a Notch
Source Used Items for Sell
Explore Seller Central
Handle Your Fulfillment
Outsource Your Fulfillment
Compete with Feedback
Explore the Social Jungle
Pay-Per Click Advertising
Your Own Website
The first thing I did after reading his book was change my seller ID. I didn't like the one I had, and I had no idea how to change it. Now it's fixed. After reading "Sell on Amazon," I learned that some items are prohibited for sale by certain third-party sellers.
Weber suggests that you print a packing slip with every item you ship. The packing slip should include your e-mail address and the link www.amazon.com/feedback. The slip should also contain a message that prompts the buyer to contact you if he/she is unsatisfied with your service.
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Initial post: 5 Sep 2013 11:39:24 BDT
Thanks for what was by far the most detailed review here!
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