Do you know what you are selling on Amazon?
As most of us do, I like selling on Amazon because it is quick to list products which are already there in their catalogue. All I need to list my products is SKU and Price. Titles are sometimes overridden by previous entries so it is redundant. I can search product by name and barcode becomes redundant if I am selling the product which is already there. I enjoy not having to fuss about photos which take most of the listing time on eBay. All in all my product listing would take be only 2-3 mins !
Having said this recently I have noticed a product with an image which is not in relation to the product itself as you can see on the picture below. Additionally the ‘Technical Details’ does not show generic details of the product but talks more about not the product which does not apply to all sellers in the marketplace. I am surprised among FIVE sellers no one ever picked this up and this listing is still live.
So, during listing a product on Amazon it is advised to check the final listing so you know what you are selling is actually shows correct image and description. If it does not simply report it to Amazon and they will sort it out. This is just one case and I wonder how many more similar cases are there.
I would love to know if you have spotted similar scenario.