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Rich shares how he successfully launched the product and is now selling between 15 to 20 units per day and is now raising his price, so he doesn't run out of inventory. There's so many valuable tips that you'll learn from the episode and I'm excited to share it with the TAS Community. Podcast: Play in new window Download. Subscribe: Android RSS.
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Jargon and a multitude of terms can be confusing. You might feel like you are just barely treading water with all the information that come at you in the world of Amazon selling. Sometimes it can be really helpful to just pause and take a moment to solidify which terms mean what and how they build upon each other. Their helpful discussion will bring you clarity and maybe even correct some previous misconceptions. To understand how a lot of the moving parts work regarding PPC and sponsored Ads, you need to understand some specific terminology. Scott and Chris take the time to slowly unpack and explain the ins and outs of these terms. Make sure to take the time and listen to their helpful training on this episode of The Amazing Seller. As you are building your listing and setting up your PPC campaign, you need to find the most relevant keywords to focus on. How do you find the most relevant keywords to use? The most obvious way is to go to your competitors.
These episodes are some of the most listened to for very good reason. You can ask your own questions by submitting them through the Amazing Seller website: www. Many sellers who first start out with an Amazon private label business are concerned about their brand name and everything that goes with it being solely theirs. Because getting started is a very time consuming and difficult process. Your learning curve is very high. On this episode of The Amazing Seller a listener asks about the possibility of a customers being injured using his product and what steps he should take to protect himself and his business from lawsuits. Today a listener asks about a similar issue, wondering how to best go about arranging the shipping of large orders to the U.