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Amazon Analytics

The Newest Platform for Amazon Sellers

As an Amazon seller imagine being able to easily track the number of daily visitors, the most popular listings, and even track inventory from the touch of a button. The purpose of Amazon Analytics is to create a better marketplace for Amazon sellers by providing information never before accessible. Find out how Amazon Analytics can benefit you and why it’s quickly becoming the hottest platform for sellers on Amazon. Learn why some visitors buy from you and others don’t — Adjust your marketing programs to meet your business goals and start profiting from Amazon Analytics.

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To Sell on Amazon or Not to Sell on Amazon: That is the REAL question

With the rise in popularity of marketplaces like and, deciding to sell online can often be a complicated question. Should you build your own website and sell product through there or join a proven marketplace with millions of users? It may seem like an easy question to some and an extremely difficult one for others, but deciding which path to cross is the first step in making money online. Although both have their advantages and disadvantages we take a look inside how sellers should answer this question.

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What is it? How can it improve your business?

Founded in 2003 and acquired by Amazon in 2006, has become the most reliable and affordable marketplace management service on the web. Commonly known as a third-party application, is used extensively with thousands of successful Amazon sellers. This web-based tool helps Amazon sellers use multiple channels to grow and diversify revenues online while keeping track and managing all inventory. Besides Amazon, FillZ.c om is supported by numerous online marketplaces like eBay, Alibris, Abebooks and Proven, trusted and respected, is the next step to improving the structure of your online business or store.

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Repricing Evolved

Anyone who sells online knows that eCommerce is an evolving industry. It’s rapid evolution is brought on by improved retail channels and an increase in buyers adopting mobile tools like smartphones and tablets. These devices make purchasing online easier then ever before and as a result online sales have skyrocketed. According to U.S. Online Retail Forecast, consumers purchased $202 billion dollars worth of merchandise online in 2011, a number that increased to $226 billion in the first three quarters of 2012. The same study estimates that online purchasing will increase 62 percent by the year 2016 bringing the total amount of online purchasing to $327 billion.

Managing Amazon Orders and Inventory has never been so Easy

Since 2004 has been creating integrated software exclusively for e-commerce sellers. Their highly-touted product, T-HUB, has revolutionized the way merchants sell and manage orders online, making it the #1 integrated software with QuickBooks and Amazon. With over 4500 merchants successfully operating and profiting from T-HUB, the time is now to find out how can help you!

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Amazon Competition- How Sellers get a Leg Up

Amazon Competition- How Sellers Get A Leg Up

Becoming a seller on Amazon is not for the faint of heart, at least upon first inspection. With all the competition and rules and with all the low prices, it can seem almost impossible for anyone new or inexperienced to get a leg up on the competition offering similar wares. This is why it’s important to study the latest selling techniques and technologies in order to maintain a competitive advantage. One of the latest techniques to reach Amazon sellers and one of the most intriguing technologies is the Appeagle repricing tool. Appeagle’s repricer may be the answer sellers on Amazon have been searching for to get ahead.


Whether you’re a small, medium, or large sized seller, correctly pricing your products on Amazon is extremely important. That’s why most Amazon sellers are familiar with and started using auto-pricing software.

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Four Secrets for New Amazon Sellers

Four Secrets for New Amazon Sellers is a great place to sell all kinds of items. People are always looking for a deal and Amazon is the best place to find great bargains. If you are looking to make some real profits from selling online, you need to make sure you start off right. Here are a few things you should check to make sure you are running your online business like the pros.

Buyer Waiting

You may occasionally see ‘Buyer Waiting’ on the right hand side of your details. This means that the buyer has preordered your item and as long as the condition and price matches your listing the buyer will purchase it. You just list it as normal, and within a few hours you will receive notification that the item has sold.

Price Matching, Not Underbidding

The problem with constantly undercutting your competitors is that if you go lower the competitor will see in his ‘Open Listings’ that he is no longer the lowest priced. So of course this will make him then undercut you and it will snowball into a pricing war in which neither one of you will get a fair price for your listing. If you instead match the lowest price you won’t be setting off any alerts and the buyer can decide which one to choose based on description… so make sure yours is the best!

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Looking for Selling Tools with Amazon? Teikametrics is your Answer!

Finding helpful and reliable selling tools aimed at assisting merchants on Amazon isn’t as easy as many people think. Most of these marketplace services and software can often be overpriced and not produced the intended results needed. When looking for effective and accurate tools for selling on Amazon, is the first place many people look. Their team of qualified professionals have designed and built quality software specifically constructed for Amazon sellers to boost profits. Teikametrics is also supported across all Amazon Marketplace platforms and proven to generate millions of dollars in sales for some of the largest global online retailers. Teikametrics for Amazon offers everything needed to beat the competition and increase profits whether you’re a small business owner using fulfillment by Amazon or selling thousands of products a day, Teikametrics is your answer.

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How Important is Lead Time?


With Q4 just around the corner, it’s the time of the year when savvy merchants are beginning to plan and predict their holiday inventory investments. What is going to be my biggest mover? What are my competitors going to bet on?

Although future inventory investments are often necessary to ensure stock of products to sell, for merchants with a diverse set of inventory and many SKUs, accurately predicting all products to invest in is virtually impossible especially with the practical limitations of limited capital to invest and external competition variables.

Merchants can use Just-In-Time (JIT) fulfillment to maintain a leaner business model to offset the uncertainty of inventory investment. Since inventory is not on hand but residing at a suppliers location, a merchant will have to add a ‘lead-time’ to ship parameter to each Amazon listing. This ensures a buffer for transit time between supplier and merchant.

In the fiercely competitive Amazon marketplace where many goods are commoditized, how does adding a lead-time affect demand and profitability? If all things including price are held equal, will adding a lead-time affect performance?

At Teikametrics, our data analytics team has reviewed the data from a wide variety of merchants in almost every category of Amazon. The data showed some very interesting results with a clear relationship between lead-time and demand however the strength of this relationship was highly dependent on the category in which the products were being sold.

For example, products in the Electronics category were affected far more than products in the Clothing and Apparel category. With many variables at play it is unscientific to define a root cause however, we believe since the Electronics category has many larger sellers who hold inventory with where demand is highly price elastic, adding a lead-time immediately makes a product listing less attractive. In contrast, the Clothing category has many more choices with far less merchants per listing competing with one another across the same SKUs. Also, since the nature of apparel items results in many permutations as a result of options such as Size and Color variations, competition from FBA sellers is far less aggressive. If FBA can be deemed the nemesis for longer lead-times via JIT, there is a lot less FBA on apparel listings in the Clothing category.