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Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tab Add to Watchlist. Anthony Lee: Usually, yeah, usually, that is precisely what has to happen. Yeah, just because like, you know, if Amazon is going to sit there and mess around, then, you know, I mean, what are you going to do? Pull all your inventory out of FBA. So a couple of things I wanted to talk about.
So we went over some of these things. But this is, you know, a different podcast — Series Sellers Podcast. So one of the things we had talked about on that round table was the misconceptions out there. And number one is people who spread these fake news that you get penalized for using this promotional or giveaways, however people want it to call it.
You can get suspended, but please give us the number of verified suspensions that you have heard about from the tens of thousands of launches that you guys have handled. Bradley Sutton: Exactly, and that guys, you guys have to be able to have your Bradley Sutton meter. But you know, SixLeaf is doing tons of launches. There are other companies out there that are doing tons of launches. And, going back to what you said, I have a theory about what I do and some of it you explained to me when I first showed that snippet of the TOS to you, the Terms of Service.
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So it says that you cannot try to manipulate the bestseller ranking. And my opinion or what I tell people is that, well nobody is doing these promotions or launches to manipulate the bestseller rating because we, most of us know that really, Hey, what is the best outsource so I can get in the top big whoops. I definitely, I know that the terms are written very vaguely so that they can make broad sweeping actions in the events as they feel like they need to. And Amazon had a problem with that. And then they did away with that newbies would have no idea this was the case. And there was a guy who used to work for Amazon actually that helped kind of set up FBA.
That was on another podcast. I mean this is almost a lifetime ago in Amazon years now. And he straight up said Amazon has a problem with all of this massive ranking coming from zero transnational dollars. And I was like, okay, this is obviously the easier way to handle it.
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So yeah, think about it in terms like that. The customers get a good deal. Everybody does that. And then in the retail space. Bradley Sutton: Yeah, I agree. So this is like a couple of years ago, but when I searched for something at Walmart, it did not show me the URL of my search, like on the results page. So good.
Anthony Lee: Yeah, it seems, I mean it seems like that would be an easy fix for them. Bradley Sutton: A very true point. I never even thought about it that way. I know that none of these platforms use exactly the same technology, but they seem to follow a logical trajectory. Walmart is on the same trajectory, but years behind Amazon.
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I think in the future. Bradley Sutton: Yeah and another way to kind of diversify your income streams as you alluded to earlier for when strange things are going on. Now, moving back to Amazon, what are some current trends or best practices that you can see? And in my personal experience , it went back and forth.
And then it kind of went back to the longer ones. Anthony Lee: Okay. I went back and forth, back and forth and it was probably just as recently as six months ago, that single day, you know, big spike launches was still working or working like gangbusters. But longer periods of time to kind of establish, you know, a routine and then being either fully consistent or somewhat growing, the number of the volume over the days, appears to have a positive impact. And strangely enough, people who actually can manage to get the uptake like the number, the volume, but have lower discounts. And what this is telling me.
And as such, we have changed our promotion strategies to more closely mimic organic behavior. Bradley Sutton: So again in that show, how many days would you suggest doing the upward trajectory of numbers over that day? Or just summarize, kind of like what you just mentioned. Anthony Lee: Try, try, try at first, try day launch.
So much lower discount and then push either at the top end of your estimated number of daily sales for the whole 10 days or if you want to try and conserve some of your inventory, started like a mid-range number and then slowly increase it until you reach the top end towards the last maybe 3 days of that day period, if that makes sense.
Bradley Sutton: Yeah, yeah makes sense. So now, after the 10 day period, just sit back and watch or do you suggest running every other day pulse as you guys call it? Or is it just case by case basis? Like pulses are probably really good in highly competitive markets. And then you want to maintain with something like a pulse.