Last week, I wrote that it was a dark time for Amazon Sellers. I still believe it is, but there may be a silver lining. Much like some airline programs–I’m
With the latest news out of Amazon and Frequent Flyer Program both changes and programs in general, I can’t help but see the similarities, and I don’t mean that in
The past week or so has been met with a lot of concerning news for Amazon Sellers. This is, perhaps a direct opposite of the experience many in the miles
I received a question earlier today from Mark:
Why do resellers care about Amazon One?I personally care about Amazon One and Prime Air for multiple reasons; one of which is becau..
Yesterday Amazon revealed their new airline: Prime Air. Ok, they really announced it when they engaged in a contract for a handful of 767s. Well, Friday included the unveiling of..
Today is Amazon Prime Day where Deals will fly fast and furious. Posting with very little comment as I don’t want the deals to run out while I post! I’ll
Note: This is a scheduled post – and I will make every effort to update it as new Amazon Prime Day updates become available, more so in the first half
I hope you’ve gotten in on the amazing Amazon deal where you get $106 back in credits with amazon sample box purchases. If you haven’t yet, some of the boxes are still available ..
UPDATE: They just added a bunch more boxes worth over $55! If you’ve ordered already, be sure to look again. Per fatwallet, there’s a no-brainer of a deal on Amazon today. The..
As you know when I touched upon it a few weeks ago, OmniChannel fulfillment is all the rage for all retailers. There are still retailers who still using the “old” model
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I wrote a few months back that Amazon was looking into getting into the Air Cargo business, with interest for some 767 cargo freighters.
Well, it doesn’t look like that’s where
I love using Fulfillment by Amazon, I really do, but it can also have its bad days. I (and others) may lament over how a particular fulfillment center in Tennessee
The Seattle Times is reporting that Amazon is in discussion with Boeing to lease nearly two dozen Boeing 767 Cargo aircraft.
This move seems to be the result of Amazon wanting
In Supply Chain, a perfect order needs to fulfill the following:
Delivered on time
Delivered at the right location
Delivered in perfect condition
In late October, I purchased my first Apple iPhone to take advantage of the Discover Apple Pay promotion. I have been a long time Android user. When I explained my
Deals swing by so fast today that I didn’t realize how good the Kindle Unlimited deal was for frequent travelers. Basically, Kindle Unlimited is a program where Amazon lets you r..
Reselling is an effective, if non-traditional path for manufacturing spend, meeting credit card sign-up minimum spend, and generally generating miles, points, cashback and hopef..
Posting with very little comment as I don’t want the deals to run out while I post! $34.99 Kindle Fire and $24.99 Fire TV sticks are the lowest I’ve seen
Today I see an Amazon promo, no code required, for my favorite secret deals page: All Amazon Warehouse Deals are 15% Off. I’ve written about Amazon Warehouse many times: it’s
(Apologies if you’re being assaulted with the same deal over and over in your twitter feed, but this one is worth it.)
Rare one today: Amazon Prime is $67/year today only
Amazon has introduced a new bare-bones Kindle Fire for the holidays at a bare bones price of $49.99. It’s perfect for kids who are begging for a tablet but
(Sorry to post late, just saw from Vietnam)
Today, July 15th, Amazon is holding Prime Day with more advertised deals than Black Friday. Two immediately caught my eye: