Marketing is always changing, and it’s hard to keep up with trends. Amazon understands this pretty well, but the ecommerce giant’s phenomenal growth means new challenges for sellers on its 3P marketplace. But help is on the way! Here’s how to set up the ultimate Amazon marketing strategy to stand out from the crowd.
Amazon has increased the price of its Prime subscription program in the U.S. for the first time in four years, going up 17% from $119 to $139 per year, as the company faces the reality of massive logistics costs and a flattening of its ecommerce sales vs. the hypergrowth of the early pandemic period.
As brands increasingly focus on digital sales, they emphasize streamlining operations and automating logistics through ecommerce technology to effectively manage inventory systems, ad campaigns, etc. But software alone is not enough to guarantee positive outcomes, and when mismanaged, it can even do more harm than good.
A new marketplace creates opportunity, and you should develop a specific strategy for the Walmart marketplace. You should also measure the success of each campaign to determine what elements need optimization and the most effective ways to reach customers. Here are 3 ways to strategize for sales on Walmart.com.
Amazon is providing a new avenue for consumers who receive defective products sold by third parties that cause personal or property damage: Amazon itself will help facilitate the claim process, but the seller remains liable for any damages. Starting Sept. 1, Amazon’s policy calls for consumers to contact Amazon directly to file the claim.
BigCommerce added a significant piece to its arsenal by acquiring the assets of feed management tool provider Feedonomics for $145M as it does battle with Shopify to be a platform of choice for everything from SMB, mid-market and enterprises. Observers said it brings BigCommerce closer but Shopify is still in a runaway lead.
Unybrands, a Miami-based aggregator of successful brands both on and off Amazon, has raised another $300 million to pursue its manifest destiny of acquiring 20 companies in 2021, building out its platform and doubling headcount to 50. Unybrands CEO Ulrich Kratz said the company is tracking ahead of its acquisition goal.