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Coronavirus and Amazon Advertising

Advertisers should be taking a close look at how they can adjust their strategies to promote congruence with their supply situation, maximize their profits, and capture new opportunities on the platform.

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For 3rd-party sellers on Amazon, the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has created new obstacles and unprecedented uncertainty. So I consulted the team at Orca Pacific to create a list of the top nine tips for sellers navigating the platform today. These tips can be broken down along the lines of supply and demand. Supply Disruptions Caused […]

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Coronavirus Impact on Commerce

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is undoubtedly shaking the world of retail, creating massive disruptions in supply and volatile shifts in demand. As social distancing increases, brands, retailers, and manufactures are left feeling uncertain about the future of commerce.

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Will the Shift to eCommerce because of the Coronavirus Sustain Over the Coming Months and Beyond? I Believe It Will…

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A list of eCommerce resources that include podcasts, blogs, newsletters, videos, and books that are ideal for busy people.

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Amazon Brand Registry

Amazon Brand Registry gives sellers the tools to manage their brands on Amazon and easily remove infringements.

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Amazon Physical Retail

Amazon made a big move into physical retail with the launch of a cashier-less grocery store. It’s safe to say that Amazon is serious about brick-and-mortar.

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As it stands today, brands who want success in eCommerce must invest in quality Amazon seller tools. There’s just no way around it. The Amazon platform is built to allow for massive disruption, and those who fail to equip themselves with the industry’s best data and automation software will be left behind. That’s why there’s […]

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[UPDATE, 2/25/20] Amazon is now reducing the dimensions for oversize/non sort items to be exempted from SIOC. Right now, if any one side is smaller than the 9” x 6” x 0.375”, it does not need SIOC even if the other dimensions are above 18” x 14” x 8”. The new rule is reducing the […]

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