Ecommerce Brief

ECOMMERCE BRIEF

Newsletter for Busy Ecommerce Sellers

Tips on Selling Health Supplements on Amazon by Alex Leal

Please note that the transcription below is automated and may contain errors. Please listen to the audio episode for correct text. For this series of podcast episodes I interviewed Alex Leal, a very experienced ecommerce seller who specializes in selling on different platforms including a very big Latin online marketplace.To watch the video recording of the interview, please...

Tips on Selling on Mercado Libre by Alex Leal

Please note that the transcription below is automated and may contain errors. Please listen to the audio episode for correct text. For this series of podcast episodes I interviewed Alex Leal, a very experienced ecommerce seller who specializes in selling on different platforms including a very big Latin online marketplace.To watch the video recording of the interview, please...

Bye Jet, its Been a Short Flight

Big news in retail industry: Jet.com is officially no more. Launched in 2015 by Marc Lore (who had previously sold Diapers.com to Amazon) and then bought by Walmart a year later for $3 billion cash in 2016. Jet has existed for only 5 years. In their very short email note to their customers, Jet addressed this with the...

Top Product Categories on Amazon

Here are the top 3 product categories on Amazon. The most popular products on Amazon are electronics (44%), followed closely by clothing, shoes, and jewelry (43%) and home and kitchen products (39%). This is according to Feedvisor consumer survey 2019...

How to Get More Buyers to Use Subscribe and Save

Hello this is Galyna Parker and this is a tip for Amazon sellers about Amazon’s Subscribe and Save feature. If your product is the one that should be reordered again and again (for example, health supplements, skin care products, dishwasher liquid and such), it is important to help your customer to understand how OFTEN he or she should...

Where Buyers Look Before Buying

Here are some stats on the most popular channels that buyers use to research products before making an online purchase: retailers websites (74%), email (43%), social media (38%) and retailer’s mobile apps (36%). Also interesting to know that 40% of millennials (age 18-37) say they used voice-enabled digital assistants, such as Amazon Echo and Google Home, to research...