Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) has opened new doors for Amazon sellers who otherwise wouldn’t be able to store and ship their own products. But lately, the surge of interest and activity around FBA is coming from a different source: Amazon FBA acquirers, or roll-ups.
These are companies that buy FBA businesses and fix them up for a profit. It’s the e-commerce equivalent of flipping a house — and it’s a hot market. Over the past year, big-ticket Amazon roll-ups like Thrasio, Heyday, Cap Hill Brands, and Perch have received billions of dollars in financing from institutional investors to grow their portfolio of FBA businesses.
If you’re want to understand how Amazon roll-ups work and who the major (and emerging) players are, you’re in the right place. Let’s dive in.
With a 79% growth in e-commerce sales last year, Walmart Marketplace — the world’s second-largest online marketplace — is closing in on No. 1 Amazon. This leaves dropshipping professionals and e-commerce suppliers wondering, “How can we get in on the action, too?”
If you want to dropship with Walmart, you need to learn the rules. With all the policy changes and new programs, it’s hard to keep track of what’s allowed and what isn’t, never mind what some less-than-trustworthy sources tell you.
It’s showtime…almost. In this final installment of the Lost Wall Project video series, Amazon branding expert Daniela Bolzmann takes us through a quick but crucial step in the launch process: testing the company’s product website before it goes live.
Scrolling through e-commerce product photos is the online version of window shopping, so it’s important to make them as enticing as possible. After all, before you land a satisfied customer, you first need an interested shopper.
In this PickFu poll, the seller wanted to know which photo of a juggling set best demonstrates what’s included in the purchase or, more to the point — which one will get more clicks.
People are buying their clothes on Amazon more than ever. It’s easy to see why. Amazon offers quick shipping, easy returns and exchanges, and scores of trusted and emerging brands. If you want to learn how to sell clothes on Amazon, now’s the time to do it.
In a first-of-its-kind competition, four agencies have been challenged to reinvent an Amazon listing — to be judged on the creativity and execution of the listing’s visual language and its copywriting. To help them, they had unlimited use of PickFu, a consumer research tool for Amazon sellers and businesses of all kinds. This is the Amazing Listing.
Few things are more off-putting to visitors to your Etsy listing than blurry product images. A product image that looks too large, too small, or is strangely cropped signals a lack of professionalism, no matter how appealing your products may be. What is the best sizing for Etsy listing photos? How do you take good Etsy product photos? This guide will walk you through every step.