Archive for December, 2012

7 Great Reasons You Should Open an eBay Store

Wednesday, December 26th, 2012

Over the last couple of years eBay has gone through a lot of changes. Some changes have been good for sellers and some have left us scratching our heads. I’ve heard a lot of stories about why people have walked away from eBay and why some members still sell there, but no longer have a [...]

Advertising with Amazon’s Sponsored Products Program

Monday, December 17th, 2012

If you have ever searched the Internet for a business or product, then you are probably familiar with Google’s Adwords. Considered Google’s main source of revenue, AdWords is an advertising product that allows businesses to promote their business or product by placing small clickable ads on Google and their partner websites. The neat thing about [...]

Five Things an Entrepreneur Can Get Rid of NOW!

Thursday, December 13th, 2012

There are so many things we as eCommerce Entrepreneurs need to hang on to for various reasons. Tax returns, Corporate Filing Papers, Cost of Goods proof documents. Here are five things you can let go of now and give in to the end of year cleaning urge you are feeling now.   Broken returns. Let’s [...]

Amazon Announces FBA Fee Changes

Wednesday, December 5th, 2012

Amazon has announced new seller fees for FBA that will take effect on February 18th, citing increased transportation as the reason for the increase. While there is an additional $.05 increase per pound, going up from $.37 to $.42 per pound. Amazon will introduce new size tiers and rates, which on a positive note, will [...]

Coming Soon: Amazon’s Lockers at Staples & RadioShack

Wednesday, December 5th, 2012

I have to confess that I wasn’t aware of the fact that Amazon had lockers, but apparently they have been around since late last year. These lockers are typically found at 24-hour stores, such as 7-Eleven, Safeway and Walgreen. At the moment, you can only find them in select cities, but with them coming soon [...]