About Chris Dunne

Marketing Executive with FeedbackExpress.
21 08, 2018

5 Essential Tools and Software for Amazon FBA


This is a post by Amazon FBA seller, Devan Jordan When I started my Amazon business I was very lucky in the fact that I had friends around me that also sold on Amazon. I benefitted from their experiences and this saved me valuable time and from making mistakes. What I want to do for you is give you some help too to give you that advantage just like I had. This will benefit you if you sell on Amazon or if you're thinking about selling on Amazon in the future. So here are my five essential tools and software for Amazon sellers.   1. Amazon Seller Central App This is number one for a reason. It is the key to saving time and since its update, it now holds all the information you need on the go. This is your on the go scanner, sourcing tool, inventory management and price checker. It has a lot of features and is getting more and more with every update so is a real must have. Android link Apple link   2. Keepa Chrome Add-On This isn’t a

17 08, 2018

5 Interesting Stories from the World of Amazon This Week


Welcome to FeedbackExpress’ weekly round-up of the top five stories from the world of Amazon and ecommerce. Jeff Bezos described the four qualities of a 'dreamy' business offering, and broke down exactly why projects like Prime have been so successful: Mark Adabi at Business Insider UK reports that for Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, a good opportunity has four qualities, which he outlined in his annual letter to Amazon shareholders in 2014. "A dreamy business offering has at least four characteristics. Customers love it, it can grow to very large size, it has strong returns on capital, and it’s durable in time — with the potential to endure for decades," Bezos wrote. Continue reading... How this 32-year-old makes 6 figures selling other people’s stuff on Amazon and eBay: Zack Guzman at CNBC reports on the story of Mike Meyer, a six-figure professional reseller on Amazon and eBay. A Long Island native, Meyer has been flipping other people's discarded belongings to make money since he was 15, when he bought a model ship for $5 at a yard sale and sold it for $65. The windfall inspired him

13 08, 2018

How to Deal With Amazon’s New Long-Term Storage Fees


We’ve got a bit of good news/bad news for you. The bad news is Amazon’s implementing new long-term storage fees, but the good news is FeedbackExpress has you covered so you can go into it informed and keep rocking your all-star seller status.   Why is Amazon Changing Their Long-Term Storage Fees? The biggest reason Amazon is making a change to their long-term storage fees is to deal with all the excess products in their warehouses. Too much of it gets left sitting around for months and months — not only are sellers not making money on that stuff, but Amazon isn’t either. So, the change in fees is a gentle nudge for sellers to start moving on getting their stock into buyers’ hands. Amazon’s business model is efficiency and you see it in all aspects, from two-day (or faster) shipping, having multiple streaming services available, and delivery to more and more locations. Changing the fees is simply another extension of that, so if you approach it with an efficiency mindset too, you’ll be able to take this new change in stride.   What Can

10 08, 2018

5 Interesting Stories from the World of Amazon This Week


Welcome to FeedbackExpress’ weekly round-up of the top five stories from the world of Amazon and ecommerce. Amazon now lets you pick up Whole Foods orders from a store in 30 minutes without leaving your car: Arjun Kharpal at CNBC reports that Amazon Prime members can now order groceries from Whole Foods and pick them up from a store within an hour. Subscribers to Amazon's Prime service can order food from the Prime Now app and choose the pickup delivery option. Then they can drive to the designated Whole Foods store, wait in a reserved parking spot and someone will come and put the groceries in the car. Continue reading... Amazon wants to hire 237 people to work from home: McKenna Moore at Fortune reports that Seattle-based Amazon is looking to add more than 200 employees to it’s 575,000-person workforce. The work-from-home opportunities allow people based outside of Seattle — and whatever city will house the company’s secondary headquarters — to work for Amazon. The company’s jobs site lists 237 open “virtual” or “work-from-home” positions open to applicants in the United States, the United Kingdom,

8 08, 2018

7 Freelancers to Hire to Grow Your Amazon Business Faster


Guest post by Connor from Are you looking to grow your Amazon business? Do you dream of the day you will start making a six-figure income? It is most certainly possible to make a good living on Amazon; but like any other business, Amazon is time-consuming. You can’t expect to just put together a store with a few products and expect it to sell fast. There are many other tedious tasks to complete; and if you really want to scale up your business, you may want to consider hiring some assistance. A few freelancers to help you with these repetitive jobs will make a difference in your business and allow you to focus on the bigger and important tasks. You can find freelancers from sites like FreeeUp or Upwork; with expert skills for Amazon. So what types of freelancers are you looking to hire? Let’s dive into the different types of freelancers you should consider hiring to help you grow your business and increase profitability and sales.   1. Customer Service Customers are the most important part of any business; when we provide positive

7 08, 2018

5 Things to Look For in Amazon Feedback Software


When selling online, you’re only as good as your reviews. Reputation is everything, considering shoppers don’t have a chance to see you and your products in person. When it comes to finding the perfect Amazon feedback software, FeedbackExpress has you covered.   1. Check Out the Support System One of the biggest reasons Amazon does as well as it does is because its customer support is amazing. Buyers feel very comfortable using the site because they know their needs will be taken care of to a great degree. You should look for the same with feedback software. You’re a customer using a service, and one of your top priorities should be that if you need help with anything, it’ll be there. And like any customer, you want to be treated like a person and know there’s a live human on the other end helping you out instead of a generic FAQ section.   2. Essential Features You Need and Ones That Could Come in Handy in the Future When selecting a feedback software for Amazon, you should approach it in two ways: how will it

6 08, 2018

A Guide to VAT for Amazon US Sellers


Do you sell primarily in the United States market but are thinking of expanding? If the United Kingdom or European markets are on your list, you’ll need to familiarise yourself with Value Added Tax (VAT). Luckily, FeedbackExpress will break it down for you in an easy-to-understand, not-dry way.   Understanding What VAT Is VAT can be compared to a sales tax in many states in the US, the kind where you have to collect it from buyers if you sell in that location. Depending on where you sell in, you might have to collect it from buyers and then remit the returns to specific countries. And just as how sales taxes vary from state-to-state, the rules and rates for VAT differ based on which country you’re selling in, too. However, it’s important to note one key difference between VAT and company taxes. With company taxes, you only need to pay those if your business is locally registered in a certain country, but with VAT, you have to collect and remit it based on where you locally sell. And just like company taxes, VAT is something

3 08, 2018

5 Interesting Stories from the World of Amazon This Week


Welcome to FeedbackExpress’ weekly round-up of the top five stories from the world of Amazon and ecommerce. Merch by Amazon launches in Europe: Ecommerce News reports that Amazon has launched its online print-on-demand platform, Merch by Amazon in Europe. The service is now available in Germany and the UK. The launch in Europe follows three years after Amazon introduced the platform in the US. Amazon says “We are excited to announce that Merch by Amazon is live in Germany and the United Kingdom... We will enable accounts on a rolling basis and will notify content creators when their accounts have been approved. When an account is enabled for these new marketplaces, options to select them will become available in the product creation process.” Continue reading... Apple is first public company worth $1 trillion: BBC News reports that Apple has become the world's first public company to be worth $1 trillion (£767 bn). The iPhone maker's market value reached the figure in New York on Thursday and its shares closed at a new record high of $207.39. The stock has been rising since Tuesday when it

30 07, 2018

7 Habits of Highly Effective Amazon Sellers


A lot of being a top seller comes from preparation and attitude. Top sellers learn best practices and cement them into habits until it’s all second nature. If you want to play with the big boys, then FeedbackExpress has seven tips and tricks you can employ to become highly effective at the game.   Habit 1: Write the Route YOU Need to Take to Success Think back to the last time you gave someone directions. Did you tell them the fastest route? Or the easiest one? Wherever you’re going, there’s usually more than one way of getting there. Compound that by the fact that each person needs different things to arrive at their destination, and there are plenty of routes to success. What yours will look like depends on your personality, work style, ambition, skills, limitations, resources and more. And when you’re writing your route to success, remember to factor in detours so you don’t get discouraged when your path doesn’t travel in a straight line.   Habit 2: Learn How to Delegate Tasks to the Right People Being at the head of things, you

25 07, 2018

8 Tips for Winning the Amazon Buy Box and More Sales


Interested in more sales? Winning the Buy Box? Just doing better in general on Amazon? If you’re nodding your head, then this FeedbackExpress post is for you. We’ve got 8 tips you can use to work toward getting more sales and trying to win the Buy Box.   1. Use FBA If I’m shopping for something on Amazon and I come down to two items, one with free two-day shipping and one with paid 20-day shipping, there’s no question in my mind which one I’m choosing. And with more and more buyers opting for the benefits of Prime, having your products be Prime-eligible means you open yourself up to a bigger pool of potential sales. Plus, if you’re trying to win the Buy Box, you’ll have a huge leap ahead if you use FBA.   2. Be a Professional Seller You won’t be able to compete for a Buy Box without being a Professional Seller. But even if that’s still too lofty a goal for you, switching to a professional account has other sales benefits, like: A flat monthly fee ($39.99) instead of a fee