It is not eerily uncommon to experience mistakes in a certain task. There is, however, a pretty common saying regarding mistakes; you learn from your mistakes. Having spent quite a bit of amount in the professional lives, it turns out the saying goes truthfully. There is no doubt that with experience, comes success. But, it is important that the basic mistakes be rectified in order to not repeat them again and again.
With Amazon, it is a simple shopping experience with even great selling opportunities. But, nonetheless, sellers encounter common mistakes and force themselves towards suspension, unaware of the pothole they are digging. Some of the common mistakes, sellers experience, but are unaware of, are given as follows:
When attributing your respective product to a listing, take a considerable amount of time to ensure that you have properly described the product with accurate information. I mean, there is nothing more irritating than ordering a pink colored pillowcase only to receive a beige one. Yes, people take that seriously and yes, if your graphics show that you have a pink colored pillowcase, then that is what I should be receiving.
When you incorrectly describe a product, the customer receives a replica of the product mentioned on the website. Amazon takes their policies seriously. If they get a complaint from the customers regarding incorrect data of a product, you are most likely to be suspended.
Unavailability of products
Have you ever been the kind of unlucky when you have bought a product online and then it comes to your knowledge that the product has been sold out? I hope you never have to come to that situation; on either end. But, this is a mistake that is common amongst sellers and is not appreciated by Amazon at any cost. Do not ever let your product oversell, unaware that the product is out of stock. Keep updating about the status of the stock to the customers; whether it is available, about to be sold out or completely sold out.
Indifference with feedbacks
There is an estimated study that feedbacks attract customers with online shopping experiences. It is even my personal story that I prefer reading reviews of certain products, especially mobile phones, before purchasing the product. There is no doubt that positive feedbacks attribute towards heavier purchases but nonetheless, there should be feedbacks and if you are not asking your clients to rate the product, then you should be focusing on your next move to ask them.
Amazon is very responsive to certain things including, to a very large extent, customer feedbacks. You cannot ignore the reliable online shopping experience Amazon offers which is why it has such a strict policy against violation of their rules to customer policies. When you do not answer to the complaints filed by the customers or remain unresponsiveness towards their queries, it does not fall on the good side of Amazon. Rather, it results in the suspension of account with maybe, just a warning.