Amazon released Brand Registry 2.0 (an updated version) in May of 2017. The point of the Amazon Brand Registry is to help protect brands on Amazon. When completing the application, you are promising to Amazon that you are either the brand owner or are specifically authorized by the brand owner to represent them. This gives you more control over a brand's Amazon listings to make changes to pictures, bullet points & descriptions. It also now allows you to easily see your brands and if there are other sellers jumping onto them. An additional benefit of Brand Registry traditionally has been that you could get a UPC exemption for your brand.
In this episode of The Amazon Seller Podcast, we share our experiences from the recent private label retreat that we held in Breckenridge, Colorado. Being able to connect with other sellers in person is an awesome experience. Sharing best practices, building trust and potential partnerships is extremely valuable.
After our retreat in Colorado, Andy & Liran headed to a licensing show in Las Vegas. Whether you have already started building your own branded private label products or not, it is important to always be looking for new opportunities to grow.
Amazon Sponsored Ads is Amazon’s advertising platform that allows sellers to advertise their listings to customers directly on Amazon. Using Sponsored Ads gives us an opportunity to reach customers on the first page of search on the most powerful shopping platform in the world! Needless to say, we think using Amazon Sponsored Ads (or PPC) on Amazon can be hugely beneficial.
Do you wanna hear more about the opportunities that we have as Amazon sellers and brand builders to possibly expand beyond Amazon itself? And do you also wanna know how you can outsource your business and really help grow more efficiently and effectively? We're gonna cover that in this episode.
This episode of the Amazon Seller Podcast answers the questions that were asked in the Amazing Freedom – Amazon Sellers Facebook group recently. Join the group to take part in the next ‘Ask Me Anything’!
There are a number of options when it comes to Amazon conferences now. They take place at all times of the year and in various parts of the country. But is it worth your time and money to attend these conferences? That is usually the biggest question we hear from sellers who are looking to connect but aren’t sure if it’s going to be worth it. In this episode, Andy Slamans & Liran Hirschkorn give their personal experiences with networking events and why they think they are valuable.
Do you have questions about keyword research and how to best implement keywords keywords into your Amazon listing? Are you currently optimizing your Amazon listings and make sure that your rankings for the keywords that you need to be? We go over these topics and then talk about some free and paid tools that you can use to make sure that you are doing the best that you can for keyword research.
Andy Slamans and Liran Hirschkorn answer your private label questions. Come hang out with us as we go over questions that the Amazing Freedom - Amazon Sellers group asked us.
In this episode we talk about business structure, hiring, goals, partnerships and more.
What are the benefits of selling your own private label branded products over selling other brands? There are lots of selling methods that sellers utilize such us arbitrage and wholesale, so why private label? We give 7 important reasons why selling your own branded products is a powerful opportunity.
In this episode, we are going to look at some of the questions that you asked us in the Amazing Freedom Facebook group and at amazingfreedom.com/ask. Stick around to hear some of the questions you may have, answered.
In this Friday edition, Andy Slamans & Liran Hirschkorn talk about new hot private label products, when to launch your products, recent changes to email automation (and how customers can opt out of emails), and much more.
They go over how to find profitable private label products by digging into the niches of Amazon.
How do you find the right Chinese supplier (or any country) to make your private label product to sell on Amazon? What are best practices to be aware of when connecting, negotiating and ordering from suppliers.