If you’re wheeling and dealing on Amazon, but not using a research tool like ASINspector or Jungle Scout, then you’re probably wasting time. And poor time management when dealing with a company like Amazon, that grew its average revenue from $150 million (1997) to $3.1 billion (2001) in just four short years, and has been growing ever since means that your competitors will leave you in the dust.
Amazon is a competitive market, whether you’re an affiliate, drop shipper, or solopreneur trying your best to make it in the eCommerce game, it can be tough to find a “winning” product. As is any eCommerce marketplace for that matter, however, Amazon just recently slashed its affiliate commissions, considerably. At a time when the global economy is at a standstill due to an unprecedented pandemic, you could say that Jeff Bezo’s timing is, well, a little off, but let’s not go there.