I was wondering if there was any archive that you knew about wherein Amazon sales rank records are publicly stored. It would be quite the handy resource to look up how long a book stayed at certain ranks in order to make general inferences about sales, but my google-fu came up weak.
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I guess my learnings have been innital sales can give you the positioning that you need to attract future sales and its great to have a plan for this. Now I’ve promoted this organically I’m starting to settle into retargeting traffic and PPC adverts to get a consistent awareness out.
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A recent research says that about 10% of the Top Brands on Amazon marketplace are either private labels or exclusive deals. Followed by these reports, we at Amz Trainer who are specialised in Amazon Business training continued to research about how the brands are performing on Amazon. As such, we are able to come up with top 25 brands on Amazon for your reference, which are truly based on reviews. Note that these top brands are enjoying the luxury of no competition on this world’s largest marketplace. Now, you should be excited to know them, aren’t you? Just continue reading…
Good point, Patrick! I only really researched English speaking Amazon stores, as this is most relevant to our readers, so am not sure how this translates to non-English speaking Amazon stores… if you could point me to any data you find on this topic, it’d be most appreciated!
Shipping performance includes a number of individual metrics, including Order Defect Rate (ODR) and Perfect Order Percentage (POP), both of which we talked about in our last post on Amazon ranking factors.
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Is there a way to rank top US sellers within each marketplace – UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Canada, India, Japan and China? I am willing to query on my own, I just do not know where to start. Thanks!
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