• How Amazon Hijacks Listings & What to do if it Happens to You

    I came across Efficient Era a few weeks back and got lost in all the quality information they provide. This blog post, by Bruce O., was of particular interest so, with permission, I’m sharing the saga of the Bluetooth keyboard. Take note so you know what to do if Amazon should ever do this to you! Every private-label Amazon seller knows it’s important to have full control ov ...

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  • Irrelevant Keywords Could Crash Your Amazon Conversion Rate

    It was February 3, 2016. Before this landmark date, Amazon restricted sellers to a total of 50 characters for each of five fields (a total of 250 characters) for search terms. On that fateful day in February, however, the gate was let down and sellers had the freedom to include up to 1,000 characters per each of five fields (a total of 5,000 characters).

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  • The Key to Global Selling Success: Accurate Translation

    Selling globally used to mean following a labyrinth around twists and turns that seemingly were built to perplex you. These days, making an entrance into global selling (whether on Amazon’s numerous marketplaces, eBay’s shipping program, or via your own site) may take a good bit of knowledge, but the process is drastically easier than it ever has been.

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  • 5 Common Mistakes That Can Tank Your Amazon Listing Success

    When it comes to building a product detail page on Amazon, a number of elements all work in conjunction with one another to create success. I can tell you, however, when it comes to the copy and keywords, I’ve seen five mistakes in particular that often cause disastrous results. Mistake #1 – Creating Titles With More Than 200 Characters One thing that has been driving me cr ...

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  • My Business Revolution: Intentional Marketing

    No, it’s not a typo. I am not resolving to do anything during in my business. You see, a resolution is a promise or a pledge. That’s for wimps. We all know what happens to resolutions. After about a month those good intentions go straight down the toilet. I don’t have good intentions. Instead, I started the New Year with a revolution – a transformation, a reform, a change.

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