For Sellers and websites looking for help getting their products into hands of reviewers, boosting your social presence, website traffic and sales. Available for any Amazon Store.
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Centercode can help Sellers test their products with real beta testers to get detailed and honest feedback before spending time and money getting it live on Amazon (only to find out it’s a dud.) Available for any Amazon store.
Fetcher is like QuickBooks for your Amazon store. They “fetch, calculate & display your seller data” so “you see exactly how much money you’re making on Amazon”. Available for any Amazon store.
Kibly is a powerful email automation system that gets Amazon Sellers 5 times the seller feedback and product reviews. Has an A/B testing feature, and can support up to 120 products. Available for Amazon Stores in UK, USA, Japan, China, Canada, Italy, India, Spain, Brazil, Germany and France.
Salesbacker focuses on getting you the reviews and Seller feedback you need to increase sales. Also offers notifications for low Seller feedback scores and more. Available for Amazon’s U.S. store.
Reliable Education is a high quality online video course system for those wanting to generate a reliable income stream by selling on Amazon. Check out the FREE course! Available for all Amazon Stores.
ZonGuru is a robust Amazon Seller tool that includes an ebay cross-listing and fulfillment tool to help save you a massive amount of time selling on ebay. Available for Amazon Stores in UK, USA, Japan, China, Canada, Italy, India, Spain, Brazil, Germany and France.
If you are a Seller on Amazon, you probably already know that there are dozens—if not hundreds—of companies out there that can help you. There are Amazon Seller tools for SEO and keyword improvement. There are companies that help Amazon Sellers with copywriting. Need help with your Amazon search rank? There are services that can… Read more »
I receive about 5-10 emails a day from Sellers on Amazon asking me to review their products. I have archived almost all of them (for various reasons), and they now number in the hundreds. The vast majority of the emails I have received are badly written. I often have a problem understanding what it is… Read more »