If you’ve been selling on Amazon for any length of time, you know that winning the Amazon Buy Box gives you a distinct advantage in making more sales than your competitors.
And while there are several factors that go into winning the Buy Box, contrary to popular belief, having the LOWEST product price is NOT a requirement for owning this prime product page real-estate.
Yet every day, thousands of sellers lower their prices and sacrifice profit margins in a quest to win the Buy Box. A practice which leads directly to decreased profits.
The good news is you DON’T have to sacrifice margins OR sales volume to win the Buy Box!
Recently we hosted an exclusive event with Shmuli Goldberg of Feedvisor called Pricing to Win the Amazon Buy Box. The purpose of this event was to show Amazon merchants how to win the Buy Box, while INCREASING profit margins and outselling the competition.
In “Pricing Your Products to Win the Amazon Buy Box”, you’ll discover…
• The impact of the Buy Box on your sales (these numbers are eye opening!)
• How the “standard approach” to winning the Buy Box hurts your margins
• What Amazon takes into account when assigning the Buy Box
• How to price your inventory to win the Amazon Buy Box
• Understanding and achieving the “sweet spot” in your product pricing
• How to successfully navigate the balance between profit margin vs sales volume
• How repricing your products plays into your overall Amazon selling strategy
Shmuli will also introduce us to Feedvisor, a game-changing tool that can increase both your Amazon sales and margins, in addition to helping you win the Buy Box.
I first learned about this tool a few weeks ago, and it’s unlike anything else out there.
Click the here to reserve your spot on the webinar!
The webinar will run 30 minutes, followed by a 30 minute panel where we’ll discuss any questions you may have about winning the Buy Box.
In today’s highly competitive Amazon marketplace, you need every advantage you can get to grow your sales and maximize profits!
Yours in online selling success,