Amazon Allows More Nonessential Items From 3rd Party Sellers, Sales Up 20% | Helium 10 Weekly News


This week we bring you another Special ‘Work From Home’ Edition of The Weekly News by Helium 10. And now the news!

First, The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Amazon is starting to accept more nonessential items from third party sellers. However, Amazon will still prioritize essential items. Business Insider also reported that to do both, “Some will be only allowed to send limited inventory in.” Next, Helium 10 data shows that Amazon sales have been increasing steadily since March, with sales up 20% compared to March of last year. In related news, because of the increased demand, Amazon is going to hire an additional 75,000 workers to its already pledged and hired 100,000 workers, which it announced last month. Finally, Amazon stock is the highest it has ever been to the overall market.

So what do you think about this week’s news? Comment below to share your thoughts! We’d love to hear what you think!

Thank you for watching! And as always, subscribe to our YouTube Channel to stay up to date on the latest content from Helium 10.

News For The Week Of 04/13/20 – 04/17/20

1). Wall Street Journal Reports Amazon Is Starting To Allow More Replenishment Orders From 3rd Party Sellers

From Wall Street Journal –

From Business Insider –

2). March AMZ Sales Are Up 20% Compared To March Of Last Year

From Helium 10 Data

3). Amazon Will Hire 75,000 More Workers To Meet Demand

From Amazon –

4). Amazon Stock Is Highest It’s Ever Been Compared To Overall Market

From Market Watch –

Thank you for watching! And as always, subscribe to our YouTube Channel to stay up to date on the latest content from Helium 10.

Sign up here today to take advantage of our suite of tools:

Get started with Freedom Ticket and get a more in-depth training on how to sell on Amazon:

Check out our blog:

Join our Facebook Groups and stay connected with our community!

Helium 10 Users Group:

FBA High Rollers:

Helium 10 on Instagram:

Tweet with us:

Recent Content

error: Content is protected !!