- Amazon Marketplace Tutorial
- Amazon Marketplace - Home
- Why Amazon?
- The Amazon Advantage
- Types of Account
- Amazon Marketplace - What to Sell?
- Product Listing
- Amazon Marketplace - Fees
- Account Setting
- Amazon Marketplace - Buy Box
- Shipping Methods
- Listing a New Product
- Amazon Marketplace - Pricing Tools
- Get Highest Profit
- Price Calculator
- Amazon Marketplace - Tax Handling
- Shipping Process
- Amazon Marketplace - Seller Central
- Managing The Inventory
- Creating Reports
- Managing Reviews
- Your Amazon Rating
- Selling in Bulk
- Best Practices
- Troubleshooting Problems
- Important Terms
- Amazon Marketplace Resources
- Amazon Marketplace - Quick Guide
- Amazon Marketplace - Resources
- Amazon Marketplace - Discussion
Amazon Marketplace - Important Terms
Following is a list of important terms frequently encountered on Amazon Marketplace −
Amazon Price Calculator − Pre-designed calculators by Amazon which are well equipped to help the sellers in determining their total profit on items after shipment and all monetary transactions.
Amazon Seller Central − Amazon Seller Central is the web interface used by merchants to manage their orders.
ASD (Amazon Seller Desktop) − ASD is a Windows desktop software application enabling sellers who prefer working offline to easily list their products on Amazon.
ASIN (Amazon Standard Identification Number) − A unique block of 10 letters and/or numbers that identify items on Amazon.
BMVD (Books, Music, Video, and DVD) − BMVD are media products including books, music, videos, DVDs, etc.
Buy Box − Amazon selected seller for the customers.
Consumer Electronics − Electronic equipment intended for an everyday use.
Demand − It refers to how much (quantity) of a product is desired by buyers at various prices.
E-Commerce − Electronic commerce, commonly written as e-commerce is the trading of products by using computer networks, such as the Internet or online social network.
FBA (Fulfillment by Amazon) − An Amazon service which allows you to store your products in Amazon's fulfillment centers. Amazon picks, packs, ships, and provides customer service for the products.
SKU (Stock Keeping Unit) − Number given to each individual item that enters the Amazon family.
FNKSU − Fulfillment Network SKU. It identifies both the item and its merchant.
Free Shipping − Shipment of an order without charging the fees for delivering it to the customer.
GTIN (Global Trade Item Number) − An identifier for trade items to look up product information in a database (often by entering the number through a bar code scanner pointed at an actual product) which may belong to a retailer, manufacturer, collector, researcher, or other entity.
Inventory − A complete list of items such as property, goods in stock.
ISBN (International Standard Book Number) − A unique numeric identifier for each book. An ISBN is assigned to each edition and variations of a book (except reprinting).
Margin − The gross profit between the cost to make a product and its selling price.
Order − A commercial transaction for a buyer’s intention to purchase.
Price − The amount a customer pays for an item, the list price minus any discount.
Product Detail Page − The page where customers read details about a product for sale on Amazon.com, including its name, ASIN, image, price, description, customer reviews, and ordering options.
Quantity − The amount of product people are willing or able to buy at a certain price.
Referral Fee − The fee that you pay Amazon for referring the sale to you and for providing access to a massive audience.
Variable Closing Fee − Fee charged by Amazon on the sale of each item.
Return − Sending back of the product by customers when they are dissatisfied with the purchase.
Revenue − The money paid to Amazon or a third-party vendor for the purchase of products.
Search Box Link − A link through which visitors can use Amazon's powerful search engine to locate products they are interested in.
Seller − Whoever fulfills the order, whether Amazon or a third-party merchant.
UPC (Universal Product Code) − A specific type of barcode to identify products universally.
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