Amazon Brand Analytics is a data tool provided by Amazon. It gives inside analytics on keywords in an understandable format.
Brand Analytics started in Amazon USA and has now been rolled out to the UK and European Amazon Seller Accounts.
Today we have a Q&A Tuesday. Every so often we get some questions from the Facebook group that I think would be good to share with you. Today I’m answering a question about Amazon ranking.
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On the last episode of Amazing FBA, I sat down with Mike Zagare of PPC Entourage to talk about Amazon pay-per-click advertising, but Mike’s expertise isn’t limited to the Amazon sphere. Diversifying distribution and marketing channels is crucial for scaling your brand. Today we’ll be diving into off Amazon traffic and advertising for Amazon sellers.
Welcome back to Amazing FBA! Today I’ll be talking to Mike Zagare of PPC entourage. Mike was a physical therapist in a former life. He’d started a physical therapy practice when he was about 25 years old, and it failed miserably. A coach suggested that Mike stop spinning his wheels in PT, he found Amazon FBA in 2015, began using Amazon pay per click ads in 2016, realised that there was a vacuum in the market for an Amazon Ads optimisation tool, and created PPC Entourage. The rest is history.
Today we will be talking about sponsored ads with Danny McMillan worked in the music industry for years. From about 2008, he created a website and was responsible for managing that site including running Pay Per Click Traffic. In 2015, Danny started selling on Amazon. In 2016 he launched Seller Sessions, which started as a YouTube channel then became a podcast. It focusses on helping more advanced Amazon sellers.
On the last episode of The Amazing FBA, I talked about the realities of private label selling on Amazon. Consider this part two about how to sell on Amazon. Today I’ll be talking about some more practical tips. Don’t forget! If you want to sign up ETTR (Escape the Rat Race) Workshop, we’ll be covering all this and much, much more!
We’re back with Part 3 of my interview with Chris Green from Merch Dojo and today we’re talking traffic and how to drive it to your merch on Amazon.
Today I’m back at it again with the second half of my three-part interview with “Mr. Amazon” Chris Green of Merch Dojo, and it’s time to dive back into the nitty gritty of Merch by Amazon.