Amazon Netherlands
Regina Beckers

Amazon Netherland’s marketplace goes full scale in 2020 Customers in the Netherlands will for the first time be able to purchase physical products via Amazon.nl. Until recently Dutch customers could only purchase E-Books on the Amazon.nl website. For all other products, customers were transferred to a translated page on Amazon.de.

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Regina Beckers

How to use categories for your product listings on Amazon Amazon offers a wide variety of categories you can sell products on. Some of them are restricted and require approval from Amazon while more than 20 categories are open without further restrictions. Hardware shop, software and office supplies are among

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Tariffs_and_fees_for_Amazon_sellers
Regina Beckers

Tariffs and fees for Amazon sellers On Amazon you may sell brand new or even used products. All you need is a seller account that comes in two variants. If you plan with less than 40 orders per month, the basic account is absolutely suitable. If your sales will exceed

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How to find the perfect product to start selling on Amazon
Regina Beckers

How to find the perfect product to start selling on Amazon Amazon is the #1 online shopping platform in Europe and the USA. While streetshops continue to loose revenue, Amazon keeps growing significantly. There are hardly any products, that can not be found on Amazon, but not every product is

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6 Steps to become FBA Seller on Amazon
Regina Beckers

6 Steps to become FBA Seller on Amazon If you want to sell your products beyond your store or online-shop, Amazon provides a number of benefits. Their marketplace enables you to reach a vast number of customers. To open a seller account you will be required to provide certain information

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Managing Amazon FBA and FBM orders
Regina Beckers

Managing customer orders – Amazon FBA and FBM If you are a seller and want to check customer orders in your Seller Central account, just click “orders”, then “manage orders”. On the “manage Orders” page you can view all customer orders across all sales channels. You can customise this view

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