I currently run non-profit private labeled company which sells spices and has been selling spices for 30 years. We have repeat customers Base mainly. Recently this year I got on to Amazon selling and shipping on my own. I was considering using after year to try to increase our sales. But right now I currently only have about 3 or 4 reviews on each one of my products. Receiving approximately only a couple sales a week barely making my $40 fee. My goal is to continue to have sales and at least break even until we start making money. Right now we currently make her money in the wholesale Market and our online website. Plus many phone and mail-in orders that are older folks do. Increase review rage and do the coupon thing we’re basically we’re shipping product for free 4 reviews. Also does anybody want to help. Like I said we are a non-profit organization and I could give you more information about how cool we are and great for the community and the world
Looks like you need to focus and double down on the revenue streams that are working for you…And let the Amazon growth hackers handle the rest.
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Coupons? VERY CAREFULLY. If you don’t do it just right, your entire inventory can get wiped out in a matter of minutes. I don’t have a resource handy for you. Would suggest that you start a new thread specifically asking for links or resources on how to safely set up coupons.
I guess I mean how do get insured reviews. All my competitors are on Amazon now.. They have been for years our company just became nonprofit and kind of got behind in the times. I’m trying to catch up. I don’t mind giving away products because I am the manufacturer and my cost is low. Shipping cost way more than my product would. Basically how much do I gotta pay for some good reviews to be pushed up so Amazon is a retail location for me. I typically work with businesses and most my business is once they have customers they become repeat and the customers constantly buy from them. My product feels like a local product so locals like to buy at local as well. But in this day of age my product is slowly becoming a pastime due to the fact that you have to cook it. I don’t mind sharing my product with you it is http://www.spicenslice.com spice n slice is my product on amazon.
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