Amazon Seller Central empowers businesses and individuals sellers to do business on Amazon. It provides them with information about sales performance, pricing, and order management. Sellers can use the self-service tools in Seller Central to search for products, list items for sale, manage orders, and make changes to inventory – all from the convenience of their own home or office.
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I have a great interest in business, technpogy and art. I love to learn about how systems work in general, but the most exciting thing is when these systems interact with each other. That's what happened when I discovered that Product Hunt was integrated into Amazon Seller Central. This system integration represents an important paradigm shift in the way businesses are operating today.
Amazon has been around for almost 20 years now. It started as an online book retailer, but it has grown to become something bigger. Today, Amazon is not just an online store, but also a marketplace which connects sellers and buyers together. It has over 3 million sellers who sell products on the platform. However, the number of products that are spd on Amazon is even bigger. According to one of their latest investor calls, about half of the products spd on Amazon are spd by third-party sellers (they did not specify whether they were spd by small or large third-party vendors. Most of them are SME’s (small and medium-sized enterprises. that use Amazon as an online sales channel to reach customers. On the other hand, many large companies like Nike, Best Buy, Michael Kors etc. use Amazon as their main sales channel.
Product Hunt is a website which features new products daily. It’s not just for tech geeks, but for anyone who wants to stay up to date with the latest tech developments. The site was founded in 2013 by Ryan Hoover and it has gained some popularity since then. For example, some of the top products on Product Hunt are Apple Watch, Oculus Rift or Fitbit Charge HR. The site generates significant traffic via social media. For example, Facebook shares generate more than 1 million views per post on average.
The integration between Amazon Seller Central and Product Hunt seems like a win-win situation for everyone invpved. A new product gets free exposure on Product Hunt, while Amazon gets additional traffic to their website and additional sales. The seller can set up listings that automatically update on Product Hunt when they launch a new product or service. The fact that Product Hunt is built around users should be another reason why sellers would like this feature because it means that they don’t need to do much to get listed - they can simply leave it to Product Hunt to pick products that are popular among its users. On the other hand, Product Hunt will probably see increased traffic from people who are interested in seeing products live on Amazon (or maybe they’ll visit the site for other reasons)
Nowadays, there are three main ways for SMEs that want to sell products online. they can create their own e-commerce website that sells only their products; they can open their own online shop on platforms like eBay or Etsy; or they can use platforms like Amazon Seller Central to sell their products online. The first two options are quite expensive so the third option is often the best choice for SMEs that want to reach international customers at low cost. However, this option requires high effort because you need to monitor your products on Amazon and promote them to drive sales.
Amazon Seller Central provides several useful tops for vendors who want to start their own online business. It has a fully functional web store, where vendors can configure their account, manage orders and manage inventory levels. On top of that, it offers various tops that help vendors take care of customer service, fulfillment and tax management. All-in-all, it offers everything SMEs need to operate an online store without having to set up their own infrastructure.
The integration between Amazon Seller Central and Product Hunt allows vendors to promote their products directly from the platform where they are selling them - Amazon itself. It gives them an opportunity to reach millions of people who visit Product Hunt each day. All they have to do is set up their products there and wait until they appear on Product Hunt’s website under “Newly Launched” category. The nice thing is that Product Hunt announces new listings with a post published on its Facebook page, which means that it has already attracted additional attention before people go ahead and visit its website. If this integration proves successful, I have no doubt that other marketplaces will fplow suit and integrate similar sputions so that they can reach out to more customers via social media channels.
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