Screenshot of MarketHustl website as of Dec 11, 2016
- Based in:
- Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA
- Amazon Stores supported:
- .com (USA)
- Service highlights:
- Competitor research, promotional campaigns, dashboard, listing optimization, Seller feedback campaign, coupon codes
- 5 tiers: a one-time promotion as well as monthly plans with promotional add-on options
- Notable sign up requirements:
- By clicking through their pricing guide, you can sign up any time using your credit card
- Members will get an email and phone number for support
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Overview of MarketHustl
MarketHustl is a fairly new spinoff of the former I Love to Review (ILTR) program. When Amazon updated their review policies, ILTR shut down and came back as two companies. One, DealHustl, focuses on shoppers, while this one focuses on Amazon Sellers. ILTR was one of the best run programs that I have ever used.
I have been talking with Keith, the CEO, for a couple years now. He is one of the more passionate operators in this space, and truly cares about Amazon Sellers performing their best.
I consider signing up with them to be big league status. They have years of actual experience as Sellers on Amazon, and success stories to back it up.
MarketHustl’s services for Amazon Sellers
When you sign up for their services, you can opt to do a one-time campaign or a monthly plan. One-time campaigns can convert to monthly plans.
There are a host of services and tools they offer to Sellers, such as (but not limited to) competitor research, promotional campaigns, dashboard for tracking, listing optimization, Seller feedback campaign, coupon codes, and a huge list of active and engaged shoppers on their DealHustl program.
They have real people behind your campaigns, not some cheap algorithm. You are are paying for real Amazon experts to help you rank better in search, boost your sales and Seller feedback.
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