Get Sourcing This April at Global Sources Exhibitions
From mobile devices to virtual reality, home products, fashion and luggage, you can source almost anything at Global Sources trade shows
If you are a private labeler or a seller looking to develop a brand, it’s very likely that you’ll be sourcing products from factories in Asia. So it makes a lot of sense to attend trade shows there, and meet face-to-face with potential suppliers.
Not only does this cut out lengthy email conversations, where your requirements can be easily misunderstood, it helps you get a feel for the right supplier and start building a relationship with them.
Trade shows also give sellers a chance to get hands on with potential products. In the age of the internet sellers can be all too tempted to source products without ever seeing them. At trade shows, sellers can get their hands on sample products, test them out and make a far more informed decision on which products to source.
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How Optimizing Our Amazon Listings Boosted Our Conversion Rate by 10%
Andrew Maff explains how to optimize Amazon listing titles, descriptions, bullets and keywords to make a big impact on your business for free
This post is by Andrew Maff, Director of Marketing and Operations for Seller’s Choice, a full-service digital marketing agency for ecommerce sellers. Before joining Seller’s Choice, Andrew worked as the Digital Marketing Director for top Amazon seller Think Crucial.
If you sell products on Amazon, you’re probably wondering if there’s anything you can do to help increase your sales.
The good news is that tweaking your product listings has very tangible benefits in that regard. The bad news is that it’s going to take some very real effort and work on your part. While I worked as the Director of Marketing for Think Crucial, that was one of the biggest challenges that I faced.
Although Think Crucial had its own very successful ecommerce site, we recognized that with Amazon, we were letting a huge market for our products languish. We had over 2000 SKUs with 900 parent listings that were, quite frankly, underperforming. To accomplish our goals for our Amazon listings, I decided to focus on four concrete areas: product titles, descriptions, bullet points, and keywords.
The end result? Page views increased by 44%, sales by 30%, and conversion rate by an impressive 10%. That’s a lot of business impact. We didn’t change our products, we didn’t pay for ads, and we didn’t update our photos. We just optimized the listing text. Here’s how we did it.
Is It Time To Copy Chinese Sellers? Eight Tips For Amazon Sellers
Chad Rubin investigates a Chinese brand that has become one of Amazon’s most successful sellers. How have they achieved so much?
Ever feel like your competition knows more than you?
One minute it’s going so well. You’re at the top of your product page on Amazon, reviews are flowing in and your biggest concern is getting the next batch of orders delivered on time.
But there’s a niggling worry. Little “what ifs” float around your head. What if a cheaper product comes along? What if I lose my supplier? What if the Chinese sellers catch on and start cutting out the middleman entirely?
Well, I’ve got some good news – it doesn’t matter what you’re worried about. Whether it’s low-priced competitors, direct-to-market manufacturers, or sources of new stock drying up.
In this post I’m going to explain why Chinese sellers are dislodging their rivals and dominating Amazon. I’m also going to show you exactly how they boost demand for their products, increase traffic and grow a following.
Sound good? Let’s dig in.