Amazon Brutally Deleting Reviews, How Can New Listings Gain Reviews?

Recently, Amazon is deleting reviews in large-scale has frightened many sellers. Those who used to acquire reviews through a shortcut now totally have no idea how to promote their new products. As early as last year, Amazon pulled the plug on all the incentivized reviews, and rolled out their own version as Early Reviewer Program. Many sellers may not have a clear understanding of this official program till now, but it is worth a try since the blow is becoming stricter.
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This is Where the Traffic of 90% of Your Amazon Orders Came From

This is Where the Traffic of 90% of Your Amazon Orders Came From

Where would the traffics to your Amazon listings come from? Many people may give the following answers:

1. Traffic from keyword search result ranking;
2. Traffic from “Also bought” and “Also viewed” sections.
3. Traffic from Frequently Bought Together;
4. Traffic from Lightning Deals and Best Deals;
5. Traffic from outside of Amazon; Read More

Why do my numbers seem different across the various seller reports?

You might notice subtle differences across reports in your seller account, including Business Reports, Order Reports, Payments, Performance Reports, and so on. While some reports appear similar, each one uses a slightly different data set to help you understand different aspects of your account.

Here are several ways similar reports can differ:

  • Business Reportsincludes cancelled orders, while Payments does not.
  • Paymentsincludes Amazon Fees, while Business Reports does not.
  • Business Reports By ASINand Order Reports in Orders include all orders placed during a certain time period, regardless of settlement status. Payments only shows orders that have shipped.
  • Seller Performancein Business Reports By Date shows refunds according to the refund date. For example, when a unit is ordered in September and is refunded in October, the refund counts towards October.
  • Customer Metricsshows refunds according to the order date. For example, when a unit is ordered in September and is refunded in October, the refund counts towards September.