Amazon features a massive number of third-party sellers — and successful ones, too. Small-to-midsized businesses (SMBs) on the platform sell more than 4000 items per minute, which is one reason why almost 60% of Amazon sales come from SMBs.
It’s also why sellers pay close attention to Amazon sales rank and use Amazon sales rank charts.
Amazon sales rank measures the popularity of a product in its assigned category, like Health & Household, and subcategories, like Foot & Hand Care. Using sales rank charts, Amazon sellers can assess the competitiveness of different categories and scout selling opportunities.
Should you use these charts, though?
Not if you’re looking to improve the sales rank of products you already sell. Keep reading to learn more about why businesses don’t need Amazon sales charts, as well as how to improve your sales rank on Amazon.
P.S. If you need help improving your sales rank, contact WebFX online or call us at 888-601-5359!
Small-to-midsized businesses in the U.S. sell more than 4000 products on Amazon every minute. If you browse the Amazon Best Sellers list, which updates hourly, you may spot some of their products. For Amazon sellers, though, that list is more than just fun facts.
The list gives sellers insight into their product’s popularity and ranking compared to competing products.
Amazon Best Sellers Rank (BSR) is a number based on the Amazon Best Sellers list, which ranges from one to over one million. BSR measures the sales and popularity of a product compared to products in the same category and sub-categories. A lower number, like one, equals a better BSR.
Curious to learn more about Amazon BSR? Keep reading, because this post goes beyond answering, “What is Amazon BSR?” Learn what determines your Amazon Best Sellers Rank, as well as how to boost yours.
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In a single day, Google processes more than five billion searches. While your website won’t appear in every online search, it’s essential to track your site’s ranking and performance in search results that matter to your business and your bottom line.
With Google Search Console, it’s easy (and free) to monitor your performance on Google.
What is Google Search Console, though, and how do you use Google Search Console? You’re in luck, because this mini-guide answers these questions — and it includes an additional FAQ to help your team get started.
Start learning how to set up Google Search Console (and use it) now or contact our team for some professional help!
As a seller on Amazon, you compete with more than one million other small-to-midsized businesses.
If you want to maximize your success (and sales) on Amazon, you need to go beyond search engine optimization (SEO) and pay-per-click (PPC) advertising. While both strategies will drive orders and help your company grow, they work better when used with conversion rate optimization (CRO).
Amazon conversion rate optimization helps your business build a revenue-driving product listing. That’s because it makes it possible for you to discover the copy, photos, and keywords that match your audience’s expectations and persuades them to buy your product.
Are you ready to learn how to increase your Amazon conversion rates? Then, keep reading!
P.S. If you’re dealing with a low conversion rate across your Amazon listings, WebFX can help. With our product listing optimization services, we help your company discover ways to improve its listings and product orders. Contact us online or call us at 888-601-5359 to learn more today!
Did you know that 96% of people will leave your website without purchasing?
For small and midsized businesses, that statistic sounds daunting. But with remarketing, you can re-engage site visitors who don’t immediately convert and encourage them to finish their transactions.
Need some remarketing examples to inspire your 2020 campaigns? Check out these nine examples of remarketing that convert!
To speak directly with a remarketing expert, contact WebFX before reading on!
For more than 60 percent of marketers, lead generation is the number one challenge. With so many business-to-business (B2B) marketing strategies available, as well as a limited number of resources, it’s difficult to develop a B2B marketing plan that works.
This guide, however, provides your team with the ultimate list of nine B2B marketing strategies. Whether you’re looking to improve your demand generation, lead generation, or lead nurturing efforts, this resource can help your business succeed.
Just keep reading to get started and learn about the best B2B marketing strategies!
P.S. Need professional help with B2B marketing?
WebFX is a full-service B2B digital marketing agency that offers services to clients around the world. So whether you need PPC in Columbus or web design in Dallas, we’ve got you covered. Contact us online or call us at 888-601-5359 to learn more!