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Each week as my colleagues and I decide on a subject line for our newsletters, we come across at least one if not two Amazon-related articles.
Amazon unveils new ‘Make an Offer” experience for sellers and customers. See what this means for the marketplace.
Expanding a service it has offered here overseas, Amazon has launched same-day parcel pickup in the UK through its delivery partner Connect Group.
So what can you do to improve your chances of winning the buy box? While Amazon looks at many variables, there are a few things merchants can do today to increase their chances of winning the buy box over the upcoming holiday period:
Retailers are spending more on marketing data capture than mobile heading into the 2014 holidays, based on a survey by Edelman Berland for eBay Enterprise.
Electronics retailer Radio Shack could file for bankruptcy soon after its shares lost nearly a third of its value, brokerage Wedbush Securities reported Tuesday, according to Reuters.
Deeping their existing relationship, the U.S. Postal Service last month started a two-month test run of delivering groceries for AmazonFresh in San Francisco.
I’ve been skeptical about the need and demand for same-day delivery services, mostly because of the price that I thought would be required for the service. All that changed, when I got this email from Amazon.
While the Chinese ecommerce market is growing wildly, getting goods there can prove tricky, attendees were told at Multichannel Merchant’s Growing Global conference.
Is it really worth all the cost of adjusting distribution strategy, changing packaging, and monitoring third-party sellers just to maintain price and win the Amazon buy box? If your retail relationships are important, the answer is yes.
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