Description

Amazon, the E-commerce giant, is one of the oldest merchants on the web and has over 200 million customers worldwide. Amazon is the unrivalled marketplace to sell products online. It provides an excellent platform for conducting online business and has proved beneficial for both buyers and sellers. Amazon is an extremely popular e-commerce site that can help expand your reach in the market and improve the visibility of your product in a unique way. In this tutorial, we will try to understand in detail how Amazon Marketplace functions.

This tutorial is prepared for those who want to use the Amazon Marketplace as a platform to sell their products online. It covers important topics that you will need to know to start an online business with Amazon such as how to create your account on Amazon Marketplace and list your product. It also describes what are Amazon’s charges in return, how Amazon manages the shipping, how you should deal with the customers’ feedback and other important issues.

To benefit out of this tutorial, you need to have a passion for online business. You should have the desire to know about Amazon Marketplace and how it helps to increase the visibility of your products across the globe.

Course Content

Amazon Marketplace Tutorial
Amazon Marketplace Home
Why Amazon?
The Amazon Advantage
Types of Account
Amazon Marketplace What to Sell?
Product Listing
Amazon Marketplace Fees
Account Setting
Amazon Marketplace Buy Box
Shipping Methods
Listing a New Product
Amazon Marketplace Pricing Tools
Get Highest Profit
Price Calculator
Amazon Marketplace Tax Handling
Shipping Process
Amazon Marketplace Seller Central
Managing The Inventory
Creating Reports
Managing Reviews
Your Amazon Rating
Selling in Bulk
Best Practices
Troubleshooting Problems
Important Terms
Amazon Marketplace Quick Guide
Amazon Marketplace Resources
Amazon Marketplace Discussion

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