Let’s face it: manual work is nasty. eCommerce managers are extremely busy people, and once you factor in all the product research, listing tasks, financial data and inventory tracking involved — not to mention daily orders and angry emails — multi-channel ecommerce can be a nightmare to manage.
Amazon FBA is a great way to offload inventory, and when it comes to fulfillment, very few can match Amazon’s standard of excellence. Amazon Multi-Channel Fulfillment goes further and allows you to use FBA for non-Amazon orders. While this service is convenient for a few orders, it really becomes a struggle when MCF orders reach a high volume. Sellers commonly ask: can Amazon MCF be automated? If so, how?
Retail personalization is a growing trend you can find anywhere, from Amazon product recommendations to personalized emails and content offers on your mobile device. Innovations in machine learning and big data are driving this trend, and we expect personalization to be a critical ecommerce strategy for retailers to compete in 2018 and beyond.
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This month, we’ve enhanced a number of order import and management functionalities in the system, giving you more flexibility to handle orders from a single interface. We’ve also developed support for additional Walmart categories and 3PL companies.
Amazon has officially sealed the deal with Whole Foods, slashing prices to win budget shoppers and encourage Prime membership. It’s no surprise that Amazon is able to absorb early losses in the name of growth. On the other hand, Walmart has teamed up with Google to keep up with Amazon, and provide relevant omnichannel capabilities.
Free shipping can easily cut into profits if not done correctly, and while many retailers struggle to offer free shipping, sellers have no choice but to yield to consumer expectations. After all, free shipping is a significant factor whether or not a shopper completes a purchase. But to keep your business profitable, you should consider reducing fulfillment costs as much as possible.
Driving more targeted, high-quality traffic to your website is a challenge many sellers face in today’s competitive market. Paid advertising can bring immediate traffic, but can be costly in the long run. Building a strong presence online takes time and requires solid SEO and content marketing strategies to boost organic traffic.
Changes happen fast in the realm of ecommerce. Marketplaces and shipping carriers struggle to compete for market share as shopper demands continue to rise. Sellers must be well aware of these changes and adjust, especially since technology and platforms can often affect their retail operations directly.
At Jazva, we never stop innovating. This month, we’ve added several new settings to give you more flexibility when it comes to order processing, multi-channel listing and warehouse management. These features are aimed to help you work smarter, not harder.
Multi-channel selling can be lucrative for most sellers, but executing it properly can still be challenging. Not all marketplaces are created equal, and using a one-size-fits-all approach to multi-channel selling can do more harm than good. In this article, we tell you the value of multi-channel selling and the questions to ask before launching your products to a new marketplace.