Product Reviews Matter: When buyers look at your items and see a low sales rank, it’s not the end of the world. If you’ve been an honest and hard-working seller and focusing on acquiring amazing product reviews, then consumers will take that into account (and most likely a lot more than simply the sales rank).
“How does this tablet rank against the competition? There are really only two other tablets in its class currently: the Google Nexus 7 and the just-announced Apple iPad Mini with Retina Display.” – NF, Amazon reviewer
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So, yep, lots of phony feedback. of these sellers will get nasty if you ask questions prior to a sale; some downright lie in their answers. OR they send answers not even pertaining to the questions.
To bring everything we’ve learned about custom URL queries together, let’s say we wanted to bring up the search results page for the term “espresso maker” in the Kitchen & Dining category, filtered by the Breville brand. Here’s what the URL would look like:
Since customer reviews obviously affect sales, I guess that my question has to do with Sales Rank, so here it is: if a review is posted on my sales page in one Amazon store (e.g. UK or, say, Italy) will it automatically appear on all other Amazon sales pages for book, including Amazon.com?
While it isn’t clear exactly how many copies of a book must be sold to break into a slot on the list, a 2013 study of Amazon’s best-sellers list for a two-week period by Publishers Weekly found that “a title in Amazon’s top five averages 1,094 print copies sold across all channels, including other retailers, on a typical day.”
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Just like last year, we’ve compiled a list of the top-selling products from Insider Picks readers on Prime Day 2017. The news is good: You guys still like tech, that Internet-famous Instant Pot cooker, and a great pair of headphones for less. You also like knowing your ancestry and having a memory card or extender cable on deck.
“If you are in the market for a little tablet and have prime, you have to decide between this Fire 6 or the 7 inch HDX for twice the cost. This 6 inch adds the rear camera and most of the performance while being smaller, lighter at half the price.” – William Hardin, Amazon reviewer
Chelsea has a background in journalism and IT, and besides writing for NicheHacks, she’s the founder of Copy Power, a business and a website that helps business owners figure out how to get remembered online via copywriting.
Nick Sandberg, our Marketplace Channel Analyst at CPC Strategy conducted an interesting test to find out if aggressive bidding on the right product keywords would not only increase sales, but also improve organic rank and organic sales.
Amazon’s not interested in its products gaining a spot at the top of the best-seller list because it makes tons of money from them. The company typically sells its devices at-cost, or even at a loss. The bigger picture is that Amazon uses its products as a catalyst for selling more items on its website, and for hooking users into its ecosystem.
The list below can be fun to check out if you want to see what the most popular laptops looked like a few years ago. It give you a good idea of how much technology has changed over the years, while also allowing you to see how prices have dropped for components over time.
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