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You’ve likely personally witnessed the growth of online sales in 2020. It is like Covid-19 has fast forwarded the growth of consumers online shopping behaviour by 3-4 years. What you may not be aware of, is how many brands are using marketplaces like Amazon to boost their product sales. There’s two main reason smart brands are selling on marketplaces; 1. Marketplaces complement, not cannibalise their own website sales. Marketplaces are like a ‘lead generation channel’ for your brand. 2. To reach new audiences in export markets is far easier when leveraging a marketplace and utilising their fulfilment services – like Amazon’s FBA (Fulfilled by Amazon). As you look for ways to expand sales, marketplaces like Amazon are a key part of the ecommerce ecosystem to consider.
2020 has been another big year on Amazon with multiple changes and opportunities for growth on the platform. It’s a perfect time to reflect on the State of the Amazon Nation in 2020 and make predictions for 2021. Amazon is constantly evolving and if you want to be in the top 3% of sellers, it’s wise to tap into the experts who live and breathe Amazon every day.You’ll get the ‘critical few’ lessons and opportunities from some very smart people | Sell Global
Whether you are looking to export to the USA, UK, Europe, Japan and soon to be Australia, you’ll understand the way to view Amazon in the context of your ecommerce strategy and how it will enhance not hinder your overall sales. Learn about why Amazon is not to be feared but rather embraced.
Omni-presence gives you the ability to adapt in times of uncertainty, or when a particular marketplace is down, suffering technical difficulties or increased delivery times. Having multiple marketplaces gives another option for customers to default to.
On this session we cover how brands can meet the buyer where they want to buy, whether it’s on Amazon, Ebay, Catch, your own website, as well as other channels.
If you’re not on multiple channels you’re going to get left behind.
Our panel of experts give a high level overview of why brand is key, which marketplaces to use and which countries target, logistics and inventory, and how to scale platforms through integration with data.
How you can expand your business by selling around the world.
As travelling to overseas markets remains a challenge, more brands are looking for digital means to export their products.
Our panel of experts discuss the practicalities of going global online.
The reality is selling digitally is still exporting, and you need to be export ready.
Are you currently exporting into one or more markets around the world, or looking to take that next step onto the global stage? With current travel restrictions, are you left wondering what is happening in-market or what you need to be aware of? We have got you covered!
If you have your own website store for your products and you’d like to sell more, then make sure you check out this expert session from Rocketspark Founder & CEO Grant Johnson. With consumer buying behaviour shifting to online, how your website performs is critical to your brands success.
There’s two main reason smart brands are selling on Marketplaces. As you, or the clients you help online, look for ways to expand sales, marketplaces like Amazon are a key part of the ecommerce ecosystem to consider.
As the year rushes by, and the impacts of COVID-19 (the good and not so good), flow through, it’s a great time to reconnect with some experts on the ground in key marketplaces like the USA, Asia and UK/Europe. In this valuable discussion with key people on the ground in these markets, we hear what is actually happening now.
In times of uncertainty or a critical event, business weaknesses that have been hidden to the untrained eye, start to come to light. For example,
EVERY week 75,000 Amazon sellers (or potential sellers) are having this problem…don’t be one of them. In the last month we have had 9 businesses
Reason #1: To Grab Attention When people search for a product they are served up with 16-32 different products on the first page of search.
We know you’re busy, which is why we’ve summarised the most important parts of the things you must know about your Amazon Seller Account. The
Here are the 10 big mistakes so many new sellers make. The recovery cost can be significant ( real and opportunity cost ) and the
Amazon doesn’t have a shining reputation when it comes to the way it handles its third-party sellers. Merchants have reported restrictions on where they can sell,
Which image do you think sells more? It’s not super obvious at the outset is it? We can all spot a crappy image, but often
Facebook is failing to shut down groups on its site where fake Amazon reviews are sold. Facebook was urged in June by the Competition and Markets
Quick answer is NOW! But lets dive a little deeper into why that is the answer. There is no doubt or argument to counter the