Merchants frequently ask the question, “How can I get more Amazon feedback?”
Clearly, there are several possible answers to this question. For many sellers, the most common solution involves the implementation of a proactive feedback solicitation tool (such as FeedbackFive). However, such an approach depends on having a critical mass of Amazon orders.
Your heart sinks.
For the second day in a row, you’ve received an unpleasant message from yet another dissatisfied customer. And, this customer is unhappy about the exact same thing: your top-performing product.
Every Amazon seller wants positive feedback – and lots of it. The reasons for this are quite obvious: positive feedback leads to a better reputation, more Buy Box clicks and an eventual uptick in order volume. Positive feedback also makes the seller feel good.
Amazon reviews can be an excellent source of business intelligence. Think about it – everything you’d ever want to know about a product is just a click or two away. In case you hadn’t noticed yet, Amazon shoppers love to share their opinions – good or bad. 🙂
If you’re a FeedbackFive user, you’re probably already tracking a few of the ASINs you stock. That’s a great start, but don’t stop there! Our review tracker can do so much more for your business.
Halloween is kind of a weird holiday.
Some trick-or-treaters show up clad head to toe with a scary mask, black outfit and combat boots. There’s no way that you’ll ever know who you’re giving candy to – unless they volunteer the information. On the other hand, you can always tell your niece – she’ll be wearing the latest princess costume, which usually consists of an oversized tiara and poofy gown.
It’s 2:04 am, and you frantically awake from your slumber.
The eerie glow from the full moon illuminates your entire bedroom. As you toss and turn, you can’t stop thinking about your Amazon business. Did you ever finish that important FBA shipment? Should you bite the bullet and finally get a repricing tool? Why is your newest private label brand not taking off as you planned?