The start of October marks the beginning of the fourth quarter for Amazon sellers. This is an exciting time of year for many Amazon sellers who want to see a big increase in their sales figures. But it can also be a stressful time, especially this year with so many potential logistics issues on the horizon. The September change of articles covered a wide range of topics, including these potential obstacles.
And this just in time, Amazon Black Friday deals are already being launched today for the customers. You can read more from Amazon’s official press release.
We have put together a list of all the best stories you may have missed.
Related: Here’s what you may have missed in August 2021.
Congratulations to the winner of the big Giveaway in September!
We partnered with several other brands to run a 48 hour flash sale on Twitter and one boy came out a big one. Over $ 10,000 in prizes were awarded to FBA-affiliated @braxken (see below). Until the next giveaway friends!
Congratulations to @braxken, the winner of this colossal Amazon giveaway! And a big thank you to our sponsors: @BlackLabelAdvsr, @NormFarrarJr, @ Getida365, @PickFu, @MerchantWords, @FeedbackWhiz, @AmazonASGTG, @Sellers_Funding, and @HarrisonW_IV. Braxton, please contact each! https://t.co/4ZMYDtphYT pic.twitter.com/ZL3d6dId3H
– Jon | Black Label Advisor (@BlackLabelAdvsr) September 30, 2021
Welcome to Delta Economy: You Can’t Always Get What You Want When You Want It
Global supply chain disruptions cause all kinds of problems from product shortages to shipping problems. And there are other issues that Amazon buyers and sellers are also dealing with. This article describes how these issues affect customers.
Amazon’s largest third-party seller in the US plans to be released via SPAC
Pharmapacks has grown to be the No. 1 seller on Amazon in the United States. Its upcoming merger with Highland Transcend Partners I Corp. means the company will be announced soon. This CNBC report contains all the details about the company and the merger.
Amazon Extended Holiday Return Policy 2021
To the great dismay of many Amazon sellers, Amazon has brought back its policy from last year, which allows all items purchased between October 1st and December 31st to be returned until January 31st. This huge window can cause a lot of extra returns for sellers selling seasonal items.
China’s power crisis is spreading, closing factories and dampening growth prospects
As if there are not enough problems in the global supply chain, since mid-September, China has been dealing with a power outage that is causing power outages across the country. Learn more about what causes these power outages and how they affect logistics in China.
New law causes Amazon to reveal worker productivity algorithm | Tech.co
A new law in California will have Amazon and other retailers employing over 1,000 warehouse workers disclose their work quotas. This law is designed to protect workers from unfair quotas and those who are asked to ignore health and safety laws. This report goes into more detail about the bill and what it could mean for Amazon.
We have shared many links about the growing popularity of FBA aggregators in recent months. In a detailed Twitter thread, Bill D’Alessandrio discusses how supply chain problems and large debt volumes can pose major problems for a handful of these aggregators.
Does not name names, but many FBA units are falsified by supply chain problems.
It’s the combination of lots of debt, the challenges of running multiple brands at once, and the ingenuity of Amazon’s FBA model.
Here’s a thread behind the scenes of what’s going on … 🧵👇
– Bill D’Alessandro (@BillDA) September 22, 2021
Amazon and Lendistry are launching the Amazon Community Lending pilot program for SMEs in the United States
Amazon and Lendistry have teamed up to create a program where small businesses can take out short-term loans of up to $ 100,000 to maintain and grow their businesses. Getting into the lending business stands to provide yet another revenue stream to Amazon.
Amazon seller faces a sudden payment error of $ 181,000
In this horror story appropriate for the Halloween season, Amazon seller Zu Adams discussed the turmoil she went through when she was mistakenly charged $ 91,000 for back-to-back months. While this is obviously a nasty occurrence, it serves as a reminder to always be on top of your account and the fees you will be charged as not all Amazon errors will be so obvious.
Around FeedbackWhiz in September
11 Funny Amazon Reviews: How to Use Customer Humor to Sell More Online
Amazon reviews should be a useful resource that other Amazon customers can use when making their purchasing decisions. But in some cases, reviews also end up being a source of humor. Here are some fun reviews along with some advice on what to do if you ever get one.
Top 12 Most Expensive Amazon Mistakes That Kill Your Profits
There is nothing more frightening than losing profits. Whether you’re new to Amazon or an experienced veteran, you may be making some common mistakes that cut into your monthly profits. Take a look at this list of bugs, which also includes tips on how to fix them.
Avert Amazon hijackers by owning the mall
Amazon sellers know how valuable the purchase box is. Competitors may appear to be stealing your shopping cart with counterfeit listings or underpriced prices. Here is a guide to make sure you keep the shopping box on your products.
How to sell globally on Amazon, and is it right for you?
Selling globally on Amazon is a great way to expand your customer base and increase sales. Of course, expansion into new markets also comes with its share of challenges. Here is an overview of the pros and cons of selling globally to help you make an educated decision.
6 Ways to Prepare for Black Friday and Cyber Monday
It’s never too early to start preparing for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, two of the year’s biggest sales events. This list of tips gives you a head start in your preparation ahead of these important days next month.
Retail arbitrage and building Amazon Feedback
While some sellers build their own brand and sell their own products on Amazon, other resellers that they buy in retail stores. This business model can be profitable, but it can also be difficult for those who are not aware of how it works. This article breaks down the practices of retail arbitrage and how Amazon reviews come into play.
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