Jul 29, 2019
Q4 is fast approaching and this period is all about maximizing sales and increasing profit between October and December. If you are running an Amazon business, then you likely have many questions surrounding when to buy inventory, how much inventory to buy, and when vendors will run out of stock. Amazon sellers haven’t yet missed the boat, but they need to start their research now.
Today, we reveal how you can stop losing profit on Amazon for the upcoming holiday season. We share why it is vital to plan and take control of your inventory management, explain how to build your stock ahead of time, and stress the importance of not forgetting your evergreen products. We also share tips for timing your shipping, retail arbitrage in Q4, and why you should trust the data and resist cutting your prices.
“The number one way you lose money in Q4 is bad inventory management and planning. You can’t sell what you haven’t purchased.” - Kristin Ostrander
This week on the Amazon Files:
Get Ready for the BIGGEST Selling Season EVER!
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