Variation Themes are Amazons way to organize/sort child listing under a parent. Variation Themes are preset by Amazon based on category. Depending on the category your listings are in you'll see the different types. For Apparel categories you have three main ones:Color and Size, Color, Size. For Groceries you have Flavor, Size, sometimes multi packs … Continue reading What is a Variation Theme?
This post is pretty basic but from talking to people who are new or unfamiliar with the Amazon catalog it’s a common misunderstanding. So hopefully all the beginners out there will find this helpful! I’ve been doing some one-on-one training for a friend and I was having a lot of trouble explaining basic listing relationships, … Continue reading Understanding the Amazon Catalog and FBA listings
Let’s talk about Amazon listings. There are a few terms you’ll need to understand to get started: ASIN- Amazon Standard Identification Number. It’s a unique code created when a new product is added to the Amazon Catalog. It’s basically Amazons version of a UPC. Variations- this is used as a blanket term for child listings … Continue reading Parent, Child, and Orphan ASINs- What’s the difference?
Last Thursday I released a new course on creating listings in bulk through a template upload. You can find it here! Let’s talk about listing creation and see if this method is right for you. There are three different ways to create listings The add product interface in SC. This is easy, and it works … Continue reading NEW COURSE: Creating Listings in Bulk through Flat File Template Uploads