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Episode 67

3 Keys to Ranking Better and Selling More on Amazon in 2019

Tom Wang - eCommerce Entrepreneur
January 25, 2019

Tom Wang is a true Amazon success story. He builds a very successful brand on Amazon after a pretty big crash and burn experience. Literally a “burn” experience as his first venture was in hoverboards.

In this episode we breakdown Tom’s success and talk about what is relevant for growth on Amazon in 2019.  We tackle Tom’s advice for some pretty critical Amazon tasks.

  • How to get reviews now and not violate Amazon’s terms of service.
  • How to diversify traffic and boost organic rankings
  • Product line extension and how to launch your next product on Amazon
  • How to successfully use Amazon Giveaways and lightning deals
  • Plus more!

Don’t miss it!  

Mentioned in this Episode:

The EcomHub Podcast by Tom Wang & David Zaleski – iTunes
EcomHub
Jared Mitchell
Skincare by Alana
Masters of Scale with Reid HoffmanAirbnb’s Brian Chesky
Amazon GiveawayAmazon.com
About Lightning DealsAmazon.com Help
Amazon Pay Per Click (PPC) Campaigns – Best Practices – Jungle Scout
What is an Amazon Super URL, and Do They Work? – LandingCube
Gary Vaynerchuk
2-Minute Crash Course on YouTube & TrueView Ads, with Brett Curry – Smart Marketer

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