Amazon recently announced their list of key holiday dates for 2016. This list really should have been titled “Christmas in November” because essentially that’s what it is. In previous years – like when I first started selling on Amazon – you could submit a ticket on the items you submitted if they weren’t checked into Amazon. This year, they’ve increased that time to 14 days. Previously, they wanted Black Friday and Christmas inventory set in no later than a week before the holiday date. However, this year, they’ve changed those dates: Black Friday items need to be in by November 9, and Christmas items need to be in by December 12.
A lot of changes have happened on the Amazon platform over the years, and more are likely to come over the next several years. The important thing is to never allow these changes to cause your business to hit the brakes! On today’s episode, we’re going to talk about this year’s Q4 changes, what you need to do to prepare for the Christmas in November season, and how to plan your inventory buying and selling strategies so they carry you through Q4 and straight into Q1.
“The way you play the next 4 weeks will really determine what profitability you have this Q4 season.” – Robyn Johnson
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