Amazon’s policy on how to make an account and list your product is what’s called a “restricted category”. “Restricted categories” have to meet a number of guidelines before they are allowed to be listed on Amazon. Here’s a short explanation of the process that an item has to go through when it is submitted for listing on Amazon. If you’re an aspiring Amazon seller, here’s a quick overview.
First of all, Amazon will need to know something about your product. It needs to know how much money you expect to make on the sale of the product. They also need to know how many times the product will be used. Next, Amazon wants to know what the product is used for. This could be a hobby, a hobby that has practical uses, or it could be something more specific.
Secondly, when selling through a specific Amazon website, your product has to meet certain criteria that make up the Amazon guidelines. These criteria include item information, how the product is being used, pricing and any other information required by Amazon. You can find out what Amazon requires in your listing, under the terms of service. Amazon will not send you a letter telling you that your item is too good to be allowed to be sold on Amazon.
The great thing about listing your item on Amazon is that if you do everything right, your product should sell very well. And because Amazon is a big seller of e-books, as well as a marketplace for software, you’ll probably be selling a lot of these types of products through Amazon. The beauty of this is that you can use it as a free-for-all with little or no effort.
But first, I want to share with you some of the best strategies I use when it comes to writing an Amazon review. The reason I do this is because Amazon does not let you write a honestAmazon review about the product you are selling. If you do, then Amazon will penalize you. This is a dead giveaway that Amazon is not a genuine review site. So how do you write a good Amazon review?
The best way to convince Amazon to approve of your product is to build a business that is recognized as a legitimate site. I call this a “Amazon Approved Product Listing”. What I mean by this is that there should be a link somewhere in your product description to send the reader to Amazon. This will have a very high Google page rank and will help your listing with Amazon.
A professional Amazon Approved Product Listing can bring a lot of money for your eBay account, it can also take the hassle out of selling on Amazon. Amazon also wants to see that the customers you are selling to are actually Amazon customers.
That’s the bottom line on writing a good Amazon review. Be honest about your experience with the product, make sure you add Amazon as a customer, and list your friendliness with Amazon. Your reader should click on the Amazon listing and find the item they’re looking for at Amazon.
You may ask, “Isn’t Amazon completely different from eBay?” This is absolutely not true, because Amazon only differs from eBay in how you display the links. For example, Amazon lets you highlight your product when it is the featured product on the left hand side of the page.
On eBay, they have a different system. Instead of highlighting your product, the listings in eBay always start with your name. This means that people looking for that product won’t see your Amazon listing until they scroll down and click through to your listings.
That’s the bottom line with Amazon. Make sure that your doing everything correctly. If you’re not, you’ll be fined, and your listing could be deleted.
To summarize, writing an Amazon approved product listing is an important part of selling on Amazon. It helps Amazon customers identify how to use your product, and is a way for you to build your reputation in the eBay community. I hope this gives you some ideas.