Well, there you have it. Just as you wrapped your head around the 2018 storage fees for your Amazon FBA listings…BOOM! 2019 hits and you have to re-educate yourself.
We know that Amazon’s referral fees are here for a reason. They cover Amazon’s cost for benefits such as access to their marketplace, processing of credit cards, and use of customer support.
Amazon does reassess their referral fees annually based on industry cost, seller feedback and, of course, their bottom line.
On February 19, 2019, there will be some significant changes in the Referral Fee Percentages that will affect how you should reprice certain items.
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Evaluating the performance of a repricing software is not an easy task. There are many factors that affect the bottom line – revenue, sold items and profit.
When looking at some of the more common metrics such as buy box share, average price, and revenue, it is important to understand what these numbers tell you about the effectiveness of your repricing software.