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The Amazon Files, hosted by Kristin Ostrander and Amy Feierman Amazon business strategists and founders of Mommy Income, hits the airwaves every Tuesday with the real truth about selling on Amazon. This show isn’t about sugar-coated reality. It’s real truth - the good, the bad and the ugly - shared with practical action steps and strategies to help both new and experienced sellers tackle the world’s largest retail sales platform.

Dec 31, 2018

We can learn a lot from the failures of big box retailers like Toys ‘R’ Us. They demonstrate just how easy it is to run into trouble or go out of business. Over the last seven years, there has been a trend of big box retailers going out of business. It is undeniable that shopping is making a shift - and falling...


Dec 24, 2018

With 2018 coming to an end, many Amazon business owners will be taking the time to reflect on the past year. Every entrepreneur experiences business successes and failures, and reflecting on failures can often be difficult. Some Amazon sellers will find it hard to know where to start when reviewing their yearly goals...


Dec 24, 2018

Q4 is quickly coming to a close and 2019 is just around the corner. At this time of year, Amazon business owners will be thinking about their preparations for the coming year and considering what they want to accomplish. It is easy to overcomplicate these plans and end up setting unrealistic goals. Goals that are...


Dec 17, 2018

The biggest sales days of the year are still to come, but once the dates between December 10th and December 21st are gone, many Amazon sellers will be considering what to do in 2019. As we move into the new year, we should reflect on the past twelve months and think about the next. Now is the time to make business...


Dec 10, 2018

Q4 can be exhausting, and many Amazon bundlers and sellers get burnout at this time of the year. Your Q4 momentum may not carry on over to Q1, and it’s not uncommon for sellers to experience a sales dip in January, February, and March - often leaving them feeling like all they do is handle returns. 

 

Consumers change...