How to Market Your Product on Amazon
Do you have an Amazon marketing strategy? Here are 8 ways to market your product on the platform to boost sales and close margins:
- Study your competition and their strategies. Browse your competitors’ top-ranked product descriptions, reviews, and Q&A sections to gain valuable insights on what to do (and what not to do).
- Set your product’s price. Determine an optimal product price to remain competitive without being underpriced.
- Deploy an Amazon SEO strategy. Amazon is more than an e-commerce platform. It’s a search engine. To rank well, optimize your content for discoverability, relevance, and sales by including keywords and relevant information.
- Develop an Amazon reviews strategy. Encourage reviews from customers with thank-you notes in shipments or follow-up emails.
- Create an Amazon Advertising strategy. Get noticed in Amazon’s SERPs with a Product Display ad, Sponsored Product ad, or Headline Search ad.
- Participate in promotions. Join in on Amazon Prime Day with coupons, promo codes, and discounts.
- Integrate an Amazon affiliate marketing strategy. Pay a small fee to have your product featured in product round-ups and blogs.
- Promote your products and Amazon Store on social media. Share product updates, announce sales and giveaways, and invest in paid social ads.
Read the full scoop at HubSpot.
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