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Lenovo

Lenovo

Lenovo wanted help managing their Amazon Sponsored Ad campaigns. Through persistent and accurate keyword targeting, we achieved the number one Best Seller position in the Amazon Laptops store. This placement coincided with the start of the Black Friday shopping event.

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Living Nature

Living Nature had been selling on Amazon for years, but never directly. Instead they have allowed their network of retailers to list products for sale. The result of this was inconsistent product information and poor content.

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Mamas & Papas

Mamas & Papas run an omni-channel model with their own stores and website, but Amazon was becoming a growing part of their business. Working with Vendor Central, they were having issues with the operational side of Amazon.

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Fresh ‘N Rebel

We worked with Fresh ‘n Rebel to grow their retail presence in the UK. Because their target market is female, we identified Boots as a perfect retailer due to their customer base and a lack of competition from other electrical brands.

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SkipHop

When we first started speaking to SkipHop about how we could help them grow their sales on Amazon, it was clear they already had a good foundation of knowledge and skills. Instead of managing their Amazon business for them, we proposed working with their existing team to strengthen their strategic approach to content and Amazon advertising.

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Indigo Jamm

Indigo Jamm had issues getting Amazon to place orders in time through Vendor Central which inhibited then from growing sales on the channel. We gave focus to their Seller Central account to give Indigo Jamm full control of inventory and pricing.

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TCL

When TCL launched their TV brand in the UK, they wanted their Amazon content to showcase not only the unique features of their products, but also the values of their brand.

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Lenco

Lenco Creating an Amazon sales strategy to sell in another country Launching new products can

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