Amazon gave us a tiny insight into how they police their marketplace, and it reveals a lot more about their product management philosophy than intended.
The avalanche of Chinese factories selling on Amazon has more than doubled in the last two years. China-based sellers now account for 39% of third-party sales.
Right on time for the new year returns boom, we learn more about Amazon and Walmart’s “just keep it” policy, and discover that 7.5% of returns are fraudulent.
This company has bought almost 100 private label brands, and has the funds for many more. Here’s how Thrasio acquires and grows FBA businesses.
Amazon has some good news for sellers, eBay is selling off one of its country marketplaces, and delivery drones get a step closer to deployment in US cities.
Brands selling on Amazon often make the same mistakes, from overpricing products to slow handling of policy changes. Here’s how to avoid the pitfalls.