- Nov 25, 2016
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How do you get reviews for your product?
If your keyword has failed? Move on to next keyword. You only wasted 200-500 dollars testing your idea. If it works? Start ordering large quantities from Chinese manufacturers.
I have 10 RDPs in place from which I can fill my own reviews demand. I also have some networks where I giveout the products for free & they leave you a detailed positive feedback in return!How do you get reviews for your product?
GS1 is the official websitewhat you mean "official website"
for exmpl.: https://www.upcbay.com/ or https://www.nationwidebarcode.com/ are good enough
Yes, This approach works for other people but since I don't dip into niches with any competition I eventually land on page 1 when I create the listing..You might enjoy reading this blog post - https://www.helium10.com/blog/generated-39k-4-days-2-new-amazon-products/ I'm not promoting Helium10, but you can use the voucher/discount method to rank a keyword on page 1. I believe it will be more profitable for you to approach it this way.
You are hitting decent numbers! For reviews I suggest using your own RDPs to make orders or using networks where people want free product & ready to do reviews!I have been selling on Amazon for about 1.5 years now and right now we're doing about 500k a month in sales. One of the biggest struggles right now are reviews. If anyone has any suggestions hit me up.
Thats true! I eventually landed #14 on a 1.2m keyword which in beginning wasn't even ranking for! I'll soon be in top 5 & it will result in 4000-5000 a day business!So, basically you don't do any SEO except putting the right keywords on the listing page? How big is the traffic to your pages?
Why don't you just use PPC instead of spending 300-500$ to try a keyword? You can get a lot of traffic with this amount of money...
I don't follow this. Getting traffic does not automatically equal sales.
With Amazon's platform, you will not have control over the analytics like you do when running your own web store to be able to analyse keyword performance.
Another thing is that you get penalised with Amazon's ranking for people viewing your product page, but not buying it. You might have a good product and keyword, but you kill that by sending people to your product page who don't intend to buy the product.
I try finding products with less to no competition.. Whatever it is doesn't matter!which kind of products are u looking for? randoms as long as X rule applies?
The worst that can happen is you get banned from Amazon.. Dropshipping allowed but there is a specific way you have to always follow..Hey!
Is dropshipping allowed on Amazon? Also, if I sell trademarked products on Amazon, I'm likely to get sued right?