Anti-dumping policy is an essential element of any competitive repricing system. The concept of anti-dumping is a set of measures to prevent the sale of items at artificially lowered prices. In the context of our system, these measures are aimed at preventing rapid and unjustified depreciation of listings.
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One of the main advantages of our service is a flexible inventory management structure. On the platform, this flexibility is reached by creating various settings groups that meet your needs for certain criteria for specific groups of items. Setting groups allows you to organize your inventory by vendor, brand, category, profitability, delivery time, and more. […]
Adding numerous inventory links is your primary task with drop2amz – to cover as many Amazon listings as possible. This is what drives buyers traffic to your store and triggers sales.
Search Results view appears when you perform a search (when adding an inventory link) Understanding this view and what you do with it is essential for creating high-quality and top-grossing inventory links and, as such – driving your sales.
Inventory Link is a link between eBay offers and Amazon listings for some specific product. Once you create an inventory link, the system constantly monitors changes to linked eBay items and Amazon listings so that you always maintain desired profit level and never sell an product that is already out of stock.
Understanding inventory link configuration options is important for setting up correct pricing, availability and fulfillment rules. You can fully configure the inventory link upon creation, as well as anytime afterwards.
The Linked Inventory section lists all your inventory links. Inventory link is a link between eBay offers and Amazon listings for some specific product. It’s the essential entity on drop2amz. Your primary task is to search and add numerous inventory links to grow your Amazon traffic and sales.
By default, Amazon now will automatically authorize all return requests from customers by generating a return label to your address. For dropshipping, this entails additional costs – at least the cost of a return label, payment for prep. center, or a complete loss of the cost of purchasing goods. To avoid these costs and be […]
Often our users are faced with the problem of the hidden price on the Amazon listing – the listing looks as usual, but you can see the price of an item from Amazon (and sometimes other sellers on the listing) only by adding the item to the cart. Or, in some cases, you need to […]
While working with the platform, users sometimes encounter a situation when one seller is displayed in the Buy Box in the inventory link, but upon checking the listing on Amazon you can see a completely different offer in Buy Box. Buy Box on Amazon listing is a very subjective concept and is often dynamic. Amazon […]