Third party sellers make up a big part of Amazon’s sales. The retail giant generated a whopping 31.88 billion dollars in third-party seller services revenues in 2017 alone. A lot of these third-party sellers are competing to sell the same products. And since there is only one listing per product, these sellers need a way to stand out from the pack. That’s where the Buy Box comes into play.
Amazon sellers have a lot on their plate. They have to decide what products to sell, create the actual product listing and run their business outside of Amazon. Add shipping and fulfillment in there and it can get exhausting. That’s where Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) comes in. It’s the alternative option to Fulfillment by Merchant (FBM) that can save sellers time to focus on other areas of their business.
For those selling home decor products through the Houzz marketplace, this can be achieved by obtaining a high Seller Score. To help you do so, we've outlined what goes into the Houzz Seller Score along with some tips on revamping your score before the holiday season is in full swing.
Getting a product feed ready for Google Shopping takes some work. After you set it up, you have to submit it to Merchant Center and resolve any errors that may prevent it from going live. But once you finally have the perfect, error-free feed, you can’t simply put it on an automated submission schedule and expect the sales to magically roll in.