29 March 2023
Amazon Seller Central vs Vendor Central: Which is Better for Your Business?
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In this article I will go over:
➡️ What effect does A+ have on conversion rates?
➡️ What an A+ Content can do to increase AOV and basket size?
➡️ What factors influence Amazon ranking and how A+ may help you enhance yours
➡️ 3 criteria that determine your keyword relevancy on Amazon
➡️ How great A+ content can initiate your Amazon flywheel
➡️ What components of an A+ page should you include and why
➡️ Understanding that A+ is a long-term investment rather than a one-time expense
➡️ When I think of A+ content, what are the MICRO and MACRO tactics?
In the world of Amazon consulting, a popular theme commonly occurs.
Right now, Amazon Advertising is making a lot of noise. As it should be. It’s bursting at the seams.
It doesn’t matter whether you advertise on Amazon if you can’t convert those customers.
The golden rule will always be:
This is my Pyramid Strategy, which I refer to frequently:
Brands selling on Amazon, on average, their products receive a 3-10% bump in sales. However, when combined with a comprehensive listing optimization on Amazon, we’ve observed substantially higher figures.
Since data isn’t the direct impact of A+ content is not available. We need to consider the big picture. If A+ is done well, we can persuade a customer on the brand. On the detail page, we establish a relationship with them. Without extremely compelling rich content, this relationship might not happen. By establishing this relation it may result in more repeat purchases and a high lifetime value (LTV).
It’s also possible to increase the average order value (AOV). However, we will not be able to see this data. As a result, we must always consider the account’s overall sales before and after A+ material. This will give you a better idea of how successful you were.
The A+ content Amazon keywords do not get indexed, so there is not a direct rank juice that results from it. However, A+ will influence and improve your organic ranking indirectly
Relevance determines where you rank. What is the relevance of your product to a search term?
Three criteria affect the relevancy of a product on Amazon. Clicks, conversions, and sales are all important metrics to track. You move up the ranks if you get a lot of clicks, a lot of “add to basket,” and a lot of checkouts (for a searched keyword).
Thus, A+ Content with the A+ images and keywords does impact your conversion rate. In turn, having an impact on your sales rank
A higher review score is achieved by increasing positive reviews and decreasing negative reviews. On Amazon, products with more positive reviews receive a higher ranking. They earn more clicks, conversions, and revenues as a result of their efforts. Their relevance increases.
This positive feedback loop is also called the Flywheel Effect.
It’s tough to quantify the influence of A+. Increased conversion rates, increased sales, increased sales rank, increased reviews, and increased repeat purchases are all factors to consider. The flywheel, on the other hand, is impossible to visualize. There is a degree of faith in the system.
It’s impossible to explain a 50 percent year-over-year increase in sales to being polite to consumers on the phone. There are some things you just know.
Amazon A+ content is only available to sellers that are brand registered or Amazon Launchpad program participants. To enroll in the Amazon brand registry, the IP of your brand (ie trademark/logo) should be registered with government trademark offices in the following countries:
United States, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Australia, India, Japan, France, Germany, Italy, Turkey, Singapore, Spain, Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, the United Kingdom, the European Union, and the United Arab Emirates.
You can see the detail requirements from the official brand registry page here.
The overarching goal is to make The Flywheel Effect happen. As mentioned previously.
However, here’s a rundown of each component. What is each component’s purpose:
You are in effect creating momentum for the “Flywheel Effect”
Amazon A+ content is seen as a sunk cost by many brands when it should be considered an investment. In the first month, it may or may not earn a positive ROI. However, unlike Amazon Advertising, where you invest in traffic, A+ is all about conversion. You’re making an investment to build long-term consumer connections. You’re putting money into your brand’s image.
This is a compounding investment. The Flywheel Effect is directly influenced by A+. Over time, the Flywheel gain momentum. Your Flywheel spins faster when conversions increase, sales increase, basket size increases, repeat purchases occur, reviews increase, and sales rank improves. That procedure is repeated over and over again. For two years, one A+ page might not need to be changed, but you are still reaping the benefits
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