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Amazon Seller Tools: The Ultimate List For Amazon Growth

Linnworks | October 21, 2019 | Comments

As an Amazon seller, you will already know that there are a huge number of things you need to get right in order to run a successful store.

Pricing your products. Running promotions. Getting great reviews. Customising products for international markets.

The list is endless.

Fortunately, there are plenty of tools that can help you achieve this.

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Topics: Amazon

eBay Managed Payments: What Are They & Why Do They Matter?

Linnworks | September 17, 2019 | Comments

It's no secret that consumer expectations for speed and choice are on the rise across all areas of eCommerce - delivery options, order fulfilment and customer service, just to name a few. 

Well, these same expectations apply to the checkout experience.

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Topics: eBay

Shopify vs Shopify Plus: eCommerce Platforms Comparison Review

Linnworks | September 12, 2019 | Comments

You run a successful online store and you’ve been at it for a while. You know the eCommerce platform inside out, it fits your capabilities and you’re used to its interface.

But your online store keeps on growing and you can’t help but wonder whether it’s holding you back? Are there growth opportunities you’re missing out on because of it?

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Topics: eCommerce Platforms

How To Get Reviews On Amazon (Plus Amazon Feedback Request Templates)

Linnworks | April 3, 2019 | Comments

Getting reviews on Amazon is hard and getting good reviews is even harder.

But it doesn't have to be. 

In fact, if you put your mind to it and create a plan of action that nurtures customer relationships and actively seeks out reviews - both good and bad - you can make sure your review game is at the top of its class.

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Abandoned Cart Emails: Template, Best Practices, Examples and Tools

Linnworks | February 19, 2019 | Comments

Here’s the cold, hard truth: out of the 100 people that visit your online store, only one or two people on average end up buying something.

In fact, most eCommerce businesses aim for a baseline conversion rate of 2% and are happy when they achieve it - and rightfully so.

But what if that number could be higher? What if you could convert more customers, starting with those who make it to the checkout only to leave before buying?

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Topics: eCommerce, eCommerce Website