Category: Amazon Selling

Australian marketplace BuyNatural launches FBS program – Amazon Selling

Lauren • 21st May 2022 • Posted in: Marketplaces, News BuyNatural, an online marketplace for ethically sourced natural, organic and eco-friendly products in Australia has launched a new FBS program that gives businesses selling Natural, Organic and Eco-Friendly products a free Store within the BuyNatural Marketplace. The new (Fulfulment by Seller) FBS Seller Program is designed for natural, organic and eco-friendly product businesses that have under 25 products, don’t mind packing their own orders and want to expand their online presence and grow their eCommerce sales.When you buy from BuyNatural, you’re not just helping family run and smaller brands get noticed, you’re supporting every business and worker in the supply chain involved in getting your orders delivered.– Dr. Mathew McDougall, Founder & CEO, BuyNatural BuyNatural is proudl

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eBay account security to require SMS verification – Amazon Selling

eBay have given notice of an an important update coming soon which will give more flexibility in deciding when you receive payouts from eBay. In line with this, eBay account security is being enhanced Enhanced eBay account security mean that you’ll receive requests for authentication as you continue selling on eBay—including text messages that help eBay verify your identity as the account holder. Important action needed As some authentication requests require a text message, eBay need you to check the registered number you have on file, to ensure it has the ability to receive text messages. This will ensure that you have a frictionless experience when eBay enhance your account security. Here is how to check your registered number on file:  Go to the Account section of My eBay.Select Personal /Business information depending on your account type (you might be requested to log in again).If y

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Google Cloud Startup Summit – Amazon Selling

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BreakerPRO Cloud Web App launched – Amazon Selling

Chris Dawson • 18th May 2022 • Posted in: eBay News, News, OnBuy News BreakerPRO was the first fully integrated solution designed for the vehicle dismantlers, and used by many VRA members too. Widely used by dismantlers in the UK and Ireland, if you want to get your parts on to channels such as eBay, OnBuy and Facebook it’s a default choice for serious dismantlers. Now, to make life even easier, the BreakerPRO Cloud Web App has been launched. We have been providing the BreakerPRO system for over ten years, with many customers using our desktop system and later on a mobile app to compliment it which can scan labels and take new photos, add and manage stock and much more. BreakerPRO now has a Cloud Web App to its lineup in order for customers to be able to access the system anywhere on any device.Alistair Lyons – BreakerPro Vehicle…

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Free returns: Is this goodbye? – Amazon Selling

Lauren • 17th May 2022 • Posted in: News, Retailers and Brands News Last week, Zara shook things up a bit when they announced plans to scrap free returns but in reality charging for returns was always on the cards for brands who don’t already, especially those in the fashion sector. To the relief of the other retailers planning to charge for returns, Zara have made the first move. The question is, how quickly will other fashion retailers do the same and will it really impact a consumers buying decision? Many shops and marketplaces already require consumers to pay for returns unless they are returning a damaged or faulty product. For businesses free returns can be problematic when consumers abuse the free services. It’s not only costing brands excess time and money but also negitively impacting the environment. “One challenge merchants have r

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EPR packaging deadline for Amazon.de – Amazon Selling

Chris Dawson • 17th May 2022 • Posted in: Amazon News, News The EPR (Extended Producer Responsibility) deadline in Germany is fast approaching, but you need to be aware that Amazon’s deadline is just four weeks away, two weeks ahead of the legal deadline. If you send packaged goods to Germany or sell goods on Amazon.de in any form of packaging (product or shipping package), you need to provide your LUCID number for the EPR Packaging category by the 14th of June. Failure to do so will mean that your sales come to a shuddering halt. Amazon will start blocking non-compliant listings on the 15th of June 2022, to comply with the EPR legal requirement that comes into effect on the 1st of July 2022. Actions for selling on Amazon.de If you’re already registered for EPR Packaging in Germany Submit your LUCID registration number on Seller Central. If you’re not…

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eBay and FedEx extend partnership in Canada – Amazon Selling

Lauren • 16th May 2022 • Posted in: eBay News, Logistics, News eBay and FedEx have today announced that Canadian sellers will be able to access FedEx shipping services directly through eBay Labels, a proprietary label printing solution. The integration of FedEx technology gives eBay sellers a seamless, on-platform experience to access FedEx domestic and international shipping tools and services – all at preferential rates. FedEx enjoys a strong alliance with eBay, FedEx and eBay share a commitment to helping our Canadian customers—including thousands of small and medium businesses—expand through innovation, growth, and e-commerce. We are excited to see how these enhancements improve ou

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Marketplace Transactions Safety Ratings initiative launched in Singapore – Amazon Selling

Lauren • 14th May 2022 • Posted in: Marketplaces, News Outlined in an announcement on Singapore’s Ministry of Home Affairs website, a new marketplace transactions safety ratings initiative has been put in place to inform consumers on the transaction safety of different ecommerce marketplaces, based on the range of anti-scam measures they have in place. Major online marketplaces have already been assigned their safety rating, depending on their implemented anti-scam measures. The safety rating indicates the extent to which they have implemented safety features, which are assessed to be critical in combating scams. These include:  Measures to verify seller authenticity.Measures to monitor fraudulent seller behaviour.Availability of secure pa

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Complete guide to selling on Kaufland.de – Amazon Selling

This complete guide to selling on Kaufland.de was written by Nethansa, the largest marketplace service and solution provider in Central and Eastern Europe. Kaufland is a well-renowned brand originating from Germany, and its brick-and-mortar supermarkets attract customers across eight European countries. Recently the brand owners decided to expand their activity and launched a marketplace called Kaufland.de. It was an answer to dynamically changing shopping habits. Nowadays, more and more customers are enticed by the convenience associated with shopping on marketplaces. Kaufland.de decided to monetise that by offering an attractive and easily accessible sales platform where a variety of goods can be sold and purchased. However, Kaufland is not the only beneficiary of that transformation. This marketplace is an inclusive place where any business entity can sell its products. umbrella of a well-known and trusted brand. What is Kaufland.de? As it has already been mentioned, Kaufland.de is a German marketplace. It…

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Klarna wants to bring the in-store experience to online shoppers – Amazon Selling

Lauren • 12th May 2022 • Posted in: Ecommerce, News, Payments News The idea that the in-store experience can be replicated online is an interesting one. Klarna have announced that they are attempting it with their own Virtual Shopping solution. The solution in question is live video streaming, a concept that is becoming more popular with brands since the digital boom. Some retailers and marketplaces including M&S, Currys & alibaba already offer live video solutions to improve customer experience online. By using the new merchant-facing Klarna Store App, in-store teams can share photos and videos of items and demo products live directly from the store floor, from home, or even from emerging dark store concepts. This in turn drives brand engagement and loyalty while reducing return rates. Klarna’s Virtual Shopping tools are already live today with over 300 brands, including Levi’s, Hugo Boss, and Herma

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Amazon MCF unbranded packaging launched in UK – Amazon Selling

Chris Dawson • 11th May 2022 • Posted in: Amazon News, News The Amazon MCF unbranded packaging pilot program has launched, offering sellers the ability to fulfil their MCF orders in the United Kingdom in unbranded packaging at no additional fee. The packaging materials – including boxes, tape, and polybags – do not contain any Amazon branding. There can be few people in the country who haven’t purchased something from a website or marketplace and been vaguely surprised when the parcel arrived in Amazon branded packaging. The culprit is Amazon MCF (multi-channel fulfilment) and it’s when a retailer uses Amazon FBA to fulfil orders from the Amazon store but also use the same fulfilment for their own website and other selling channels. All MCF sellers will be automatically enrolled in the program. Amazon MCF unbranded packaging wil

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Lazada upsets Thailand’s royal family – Amazon Selling

Lauren • 10th May 2022 • Posted in: Marketplaces, News One of Southeast Asia’s largest online marketplaces Lazada have upset Thailand’s royal family, prompting loyal locals and the Thai army to boycott the company. The announcement made on the Thailand army’s social media page details how Lazada have created marketing material that they feel insulted the seniors of the royal family — an illegal act in the country. According to the post, the Thai army will no longer use the Lazada platform due to their disapproval of what they deem inappropriate behaviour. Let us warn marketers, influencers and content creators to be careful about presenting content or promotions that referenc

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