Amazon Business Development

Amazon Professional Seller Account Creation

If you have decided to sell on Amazon, now you’re ready to move forward with getting signed up or “registered” as a seller. So what happens when you register? What is now expected of you as an Amazon Seller? What steps should you take immediately to show your store to customers? We’ll walk you through setting up your account in Seller Central, and what you need to do before you list your first product on Amazon.

There are five delicate but important tradeoffs between selecting a Professional Seller and an Individual Seller account services on Amazon that Mita will help you:

  • Monthly fee
  • Listing fees
  • Shipping rates
  • Listing new products
  • Gated categories

 

Amazon Seller Account Auditing

The auditing, optimizing, and strategizing service is tailor-made to meet the needs of Amazon sellers. With so much misinformation in the market, sellers can spend huge amounts of time and money implementing useless Amazon marketing strategies.

Amazon seller central audit is an in-depth look at the products in your Amazon account. This includes the number of reviews, each product’s revenue broken down by ASIN, and on-page optimization improvement suggestions for each specific ASIN. Later in the campaign, these on-page optimization recommendations are implemented by Mita’s team.

Brand Registry

As Mita, we will share with you all the steps you need to take to register your products as a brand.
  • By registering with the brand registry, you unlock a suite of tools designed to help create and protect your brand’s intellectual property.
  • Another benefit of brand registration that helps protect your brand on amazon is having a dedicated internal team available 24/7 to help you report marketplace violations or issues with your listings.
  • Brand registration gives sellers much more than just protecting your brand on Amazon. It also allows brand owners to use a variety of marketing tools and reporting metrics proven to help drive higher traffic and stronger conversion rates on Amazon.

Category Approvals

Many categories limit the number of new sellers to ensure customers can buy with confidence. If you want to sell products in these categories, you must first get approval from Amazon. Sales requirements in these product categories reflect fire concerns for quality, product brand, and consumer safety, among other things.

GTIN Exemption Applications

If your product does not have a standard product identifier such as UPC, EAN, JAN, or ISBN, you can apply for a UPC Exemption for the category of your product.

Using a standard product ID, also called a GTIN (Global Trade Item Number), such as a UPC, ISBN, or EAN, to create new product detail pages is the first step in providing a high-quality shopping experience for Amazon customers.

Using a GTIN also makes it easier for you to add more information to product detail pages. Most categories require you to use a GTIN when creating new product detail pages or matching existing products in the Amazon catalog.

For more information on GTIN requirements for categories, please send a message to Mita. We reply within 48 hours.

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