Monthly Archives: October 2019

Amazon Shopper Survey Results: Four Insights For Amazon Sellers

We look into how Amazon customers really buy, from a survey of over 2,000 shoppers, and pick out the most important findings for sellers.

Amazon shopper survey results

Ecommerce agency Goat Consulting asked over 2,000 Amazon.com users about how they shop, with questions ranging from product research and brand preferences to the importance of price, reviews, images and advertising.

With the help of Will Tjernlund, Goat’s CMO and a successful Amazon seller in his own right, we’ve drawn out four of the most important findings for Amazon sellers. 

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Selling to the USA? Here’s How To Get Paid Faster and Save on Currency Exchange

Payability and OFX have teamed up to offer a streamlined global cash flow solution and preferential rates for cross-border marketplace sellers.

Payability OFX Scale Your Cross Border Business

A new global partnership provides online sellers with next-day payments from their U.S. marketplace sales, and big savings on currency conversion when they bring these sales proceeds back home.

On one side of the partnership is Payability’s Instant Access service. This provides next-day payments from marketplace sales, covering Amazon, Walmart, Newegg, Tophatter, Jet.com and MoreCommerce. Instead of payments taking weeks, online sellers can receive payments each day.

On the other side is OFX, with their Global Currency Account. This provides local currency accounts in U.S. dollars, British pounds, Euros, Canadian dollars, Australian dollars and Hong Kong dollars. Sellers can pay international suppliers directly from their account balance, or transfer funds home at exchange rates which offer significant cost savings.

The two services work in tandem to help sellers accelerate their cash-flow and bring more money back home. They can make more frequent stock purchases, pay suppliers more efficiently, and just grow faster overall.

Here’s everything you need to know about the new partnership between Payability and OFX.

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