Amazon Policy

Amazon to update terms of services for third-party sellers

Amazon Sellers currently account for nearly 60% off Amazon’s business⁠—no small share when you take into account the more than $230 billion in revenue Amazon posted last year. Selling partners all over the globe will be thrilled to learn of Amazon’s new policies that clarify their rights in an updated terms of service.  The changes …

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Avoid suspension: Do your product titles meet Amazon’s standards?

Have you noticed sellers getting “creative” with product titles? It’s tempting to try to stand out from the crowd, with millions of products and items for customers to shop. But starting July 22, 2019, Amazon will suppress ASINs from search results that do not comply with title requirements. According to Amazon, titles that violate the …

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Industry experts weigh in on the future of Amazon for sellers, vendors, and customers

Ever since Amazon’s temporary suspension of POs via Vendor Central in March, followed by cryptic emails, and backpedaling, many have wondered about Amazon’s plans. Is Amazon moving to a “one vendor” system? What do these actions and developments mean for vendors, sellers, and for the future? To provide insight on these issues, we’ve asked a …

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Amazon Reviews

Avoid fraud, fines, and counterfeit: A seller’s guide to legitimate reviews on Amazon

Hoping for glowing 5-star reviews for your products on Amazon? The best way to get there is certainly not to commit fraud or pay for fake reviews. Sellers who go this route may experience the full wrath of the United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Amazon. A recent case resulted in a $12.8 million …

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3P Pricing Parity

The End of Amazon’s Price Parity Policy for Sellers

Amazon confirmed this week that it has ended its restrictive third-party price parity policy in the US. Amazon will no longer prohibit merchants from selling the same products on other sites at prices lower than Amazon’s list price. The policy is under scrutiny for potential violation of US antitrust law. In 2013, Amazon ended a …

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