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Selling on Amazon - whether you sell on Amazon UK or USA, how to sell stuff - especially white label products - at a profit!

Using your Amazon seller account, as an amazon uk seller, how do you find the best products to sell online? How do you sell things on Amazon? What are the best selling products online? How do you get your own label products made? How do you increase sales on Amazon?

Our experts answer these questions and more - experts like Greg Mercer of Jungle Scout, Will Tjernlund, Manuel Becvar, Chris Green, Kevin King, and many many more.

Whether you are trying to get Amazon product research right; help sourcing from China; optimizing Amazon listings; dealing with Amazon PPC (aka Amazon ads) - we've got you covered!

Amazing FBA Amazon and ECommerce Podcast, for Amazon Private Label Sellers, Shopify, Magento or Woocommerce business owners‪,‬ Michael Veazey

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Selling on Amazon - whether you sell on Amazon UK or USA, how to sell stuff - especially white label products - at a profit!

Using your Amazon seller account, as an amazon uk seller, how do you find the best products to sell online? How do you sell things on Amazon? What are the best selling products online? How do you get your own label products made? How do you increase sales on Amazon?

Our experts answer these questions and more - experts like Greg Mercer of Jungle Scout, Will Tjernlund, Manuel Becvar, Chris Green, Kevin King, and many many more.

Whether you are trying to get Amazon product research right; help sourcing from China; optimizing Amazon listings; dealing with Amazon PPC (aka Amazon ads) - we've got you covered!

    Amazon Customer Service Strategy with Greg Reynolds of Zonsupport Part 2

    Amazon Customer Service Strategy with Greg Reynolds of Zonsupport Part 2

    Greg Reynolds is the founder and CEO of ZonSupport, they are customer care experts for Amazon.



    Greg was originally from New Zealand but is currently in Thailand as a digital nomad.



    Today we are going to discuss if Customer Service is just a commodity or is it something more?



    Check them out here:



    https://amazingfba.com/zonsupport



     

    You'll Learn:



    * The times where you should be taking customer service emails/ tickets

    * Why Native speakers matter even if they are typing not only speaking

    * Why something as small as a product insert can take your business one step further

    * How to begin with the end in mind

    * The 3PL Fulfilment juggle stock

    * How to improve your feedback score

    • 29 min
    Getting Started in eCommerce – How to Spend Just $100 for Max Impact!

    Getting Started in eCommerce – How to Spend Just $100 for Max Impact!

    Getting started as an e-commerce seller can feel intimidating in quite a few ways. One of the ways is the feeling that you have to spend a large budget just to get started. In today’s show our panel explores how you can use just $100 to get started in eCommerce.



    We explore physical product options, how to work with Kindle and physical books. We touch on marketing on and off Amazon. We also discuss how to approach influencers in an original way. We touch on how to approach a potential business mentor, and how you might put together your own peer group for peer-to-peer learning as well.

    What you’ll learn



    * How to use Kindle books as cheap marketing tools

    * How to approach an experienced potential e-commerce mentor

    * Ways to influence multiple influencers for $100!

    * The easiest way to get started in eCommerce for $100

    * Why checking product-market fit might be the best use of your budget!

    * The hack for getting free marketing books to learn from

    * When should you quit the day job and go full time with your own ecommerce business?



    Some of the resources on this page may be affiliate links, meaning we receive a commission (at no extra cost to you) if you use that link to make a purchase. We only promote those products or services that we have investigated and truly feel deliver value to you.

    • 30 min
    E-Commerce Product Design - Working with an Industrial Designer

    E-Commerce Product Design - Working with an Industrial Designer

    Ecommerce is a constantly changing landscape. Learning the basics of product design can help you keep up with the latest trends and techniques. Getting a custom design is one of the most exciting opportunities in ecommerce.  The biggest reason is making a differentiated product. Plus it’s more creative. 



    Timestamps for Podcast

    [02:24:59] Why Go Custom Product?

    [03:27:88] Isn't It Too Expensive?

    [06:10:26] Which is the Hardest Part of the Process? Isn't it Manufacturing?

    [06:38:98] Innovate within Your Space and Create Excitement

    [07:14:43] Getting Focus Group Feedback

    [13:32:04] From Product Design To Manufacturing

    [14:51:22] Industrial Designer or Product Design?

    [19:28:66] A Good Industrial Designer

    About our Guests- Jason Byer and Crowd Spring

    Are the  99 Designs of e-commerce with two tweaks. Firstly, they have a very highly selected set of designers.  Secondly, their designers  include  industrial designers (aka product designers).



    * Get Your Free Custom Brand Report Here !

    * Get a $35 Off Your First Product Here : Get It Here ! 



    Why Custom Products are Worth While 

    Custom products are worth the cost because of their profitability, uniqueness and usefulness. They can also be more fun for you and your customers. When you work with an industrial designer, they can help you solve a specific problem or create something that is uniquely suited to your customer’s needs.



    What's the difference between an e-commerce industrial designer and an e-commerce product designer?



    Who is an industrial designer?



    Industrial designers are the ones who are responsible for the look and feel of your product. They specialize in developing products that have an emotional connection with people — they create experiences, not just objects. While their work includes technical aspects, it also involves creating positive emotions, like joy or nostalgia.

    What's the Difference Between an e-commerce Industrial Designer and a Product Designer?

    The main difference between these two roles is their focus: An e-commerce industrial designer focuses on how products will look online. An e-commerce product designer usually creates physical objects that you can touch, see, or feel in person (like furniture).



    Creating industrial design with great utility.



    Your first goal should be to define the problem. Don't start with a solution. A great industrial designer will ask you questions and get you thinking about why you are doing what you're doing and how it affects people's lives. I don't know anyone who would happily use a product they hate, so if the answer is "because that's what we do," then that's not good enough! You need to think about how your product fits into people's lives, what their goals are when interacting with it, how it can improve those interactions for them (and for other people who interact with them as well).



    There are two things here: 1) have an idea of what kind of person is going to use this thing; 2) know where they're coming from in terms of their experiences using other products before this one—what was okay? What wasn't? How could some of those things be changed?



    That sounds like a lot--but really all those questions boil down into one thing: make sure users have an experience worth investing time into!



    Finding the best form for your e-commerce product.



    When it comes to e-commerce products, form is everything.



    It's tempting to think of form as something that just "looks nice," but in the world of industrial design and product development,

    • 25 min
    Charity for Business – Adding Charitable Giving to Your E-commerce Work Part 2 of 2

    Charity for Business – Adding Charitable Giving to Your E-commerce Work Part 2 of 2

    In this 2-part episode we discuss adding charitable giving to  your e-commerce work and how it can help change the world, strengthen your brand, and build a better business. We also discuss challenges and cautionary tales too.

    You’ll learn



    * Common legal structures for charitable work

    * Create ideas for giving (beyond cash) to charities

    * Michael & Jason’s shared 1st charity experience

    * Cautionary Tales from McDonald’s Founder’s Estate to Tom’s Shoes

    * Tips for finding a charity that you resonate with

    * How to get started in a wise way



    Resources Mentioned



    * www.sewpowerful.org

    * www.mealsonwheelsamerica.org

    * www.voluntaryworker.co.uk/volunteering-with-meals-wheels.html

    • 16 min
    Brand Identity Definition - eCommerce Brand Strategy

    Brand Identity Definition - eCommerce Brand Strategy

    Brand Identity Definition

    If you're selling your products on a website, it's important to give your brand an identity. The best way to do this is with a brand strategy. A brand strategy can help you understand what makes your product different and how to communicate that to customers. It also helps you decide when it's time for a rebranding project! What is a brand identity definition? A brand identity is everything your customers associate with your products and company. A brand strategy is a plan that helps you decide how to communicate your brand. This includes things like what your logo will look like, what colors you'll use and how you're going to talk about yourself. It's all about understanding who your customers are, what they need from your product, and how you can meet those needs better than anyone else!



    Timestamps for Podcast

    [00:35:02] Intro: Curated Marketplace For Custom Design

    [01:41:77] What is Brand Identity?

    [03:37:07] Crowdspring Offers A Wide Variety of Designer Types

    [06:49:41] Brand Perception is Guided By The Companies

    [09:37:82] The Product Has To Be Good But So Does The Whole Experience

    [12:07:36] What Are The Steps In Creating A Brand Identity From The Beginning?

    [12:38:30] The Core Brand : Visual Identity

    [14:03:35] Transferring Your Design Into Packaging

    [16:37:32] Brand Consistency

    [18:13:38] How Do We Get Consistency?

    [20:53:53] How Do We Create Brand Guidelines? Is it Necessary to Hire Someone?

    [23:03:76] Branding and Packaging

    [27:22:64] Crowdspring and their Services

    About our Guests- Jason Byer and Crowd Spring

    Are the  99 Designs of e-commerce with two tweaks. Firstly, they have a very highly selected set of designers.  Secondly, their designers  include  industrial designers (aka product designers).



    * Get Your Free Custom Brand Report Here !

    * Get a $35 Off Your First Product Here : Get It Here ! 



    What Does a Successful Brand Identity Look Like?

    If you want to build a successful brand identity, you need to start with the basics. Brand identity is the sum of all the elements that make up your brand. This includes not only what you say about your business and how it’s doing, but also how others perceive these things by looking at your logo and website, reading some of your content on social media, or watching videos on YouTube.



    A successful brand identity is one where all these components work together as part of an overall strategy that helps customers understand what makes this company different from others in its market niche. It does this through:



    A well-defined promise or value proposition;

    Clear messaging (whether verbal or visual);

    Consistent branding across platforms; and

    Appropriate use of colours, fonts and imagery



    How to Create a Great Brand Identity for Your eCommerce Business

    A great brand identity is one that is recognizable and distinct. This means that it should be consistent across all channels, including your website, social media platforms, packaging and marketing campaigns.



    Being consistent with your brand identity will allow you to establish trust among consumers. That helps them feel comfortable making purchases from you. Your logo is the key component of this. Make sure it stands out from other logos. That way, customers can easily identify it as belonging to your company. Your logo should also be memorable so that customers don't forget about you after they've made their purchase.



    By using the same colors,

    • 33 min
    Charity for Business – Adding Charitable Giving to Your E-commerce Work Part 1 of 2

    Charity for Business – Adding Charitable Giving to Your E-commerce Work Part 1 of 2

    In this 2-part episode we discuss adding charitable giving to  your e-commerce work and how it can help change the world, strengthen your brand, and build a better business. We also discuss challenges and cautionary tales too.

    You’ll learn



    * Common legal structures for charitable work

    * Create ideas for giving (beyond cash) to charities

    * Michael & Jason’s shared 1st charity experience

    * Cautionary Tales from McDonald’s Founder’s Estate to Tom’s Shoes

    * Tips for finding a charity that you resonate with

    * How to get started in a wise way



    Resources Mentioned



    * www.sewpowerful.org

    * www.mealsonwheelsamerica.org

    * www.voluntaryworker.co.uk/volunteering-with-meals-wheels.html

    • 30 min

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