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Amazon Review Guidelines: What Sellers Should Know

Reviews are vital to a seller’s success on Amazon. Having recent and relevant reviews is crucial in a competitive niche, as reviews impact search visibility. Reviews help inform shopping decisions and set products apart. Reviews also provide other less tangible benefits for sellers. Seeing exactly what a buyer thinks of a product can inform future […]

The Ultimate Goal: Our Mission Statement

As our business grows and develops, the way we manage ourselves and things behind the scenes has developed as well. As a team, we’ve been spending a lot of time forming our mission statement. What are we here for and what do we want to do for our clients? Ultimately we want to take the […]

Amazon FBA Mastermind Module 1: The World Of Ecommerce

Amazon FBA Mastermind Module 1 began on January 20 with Dr. Ellen Britt welcoming the new students and setting the stage for the next 4 modules. Christine Cobb, our instructor, gave us an overview of the world of ecommerce and specifically how Amazon FBA fits into that world.  Many of the barriers to entry for bricks-and-mortar […]

bookskeep: The Small Business Support System

bookskeep started as a simple desire to meet the educational needs of my daughter. By operating a virtual admin business I was able to obtain extra income to provide her private tutoring, utilize my business savvy mind, and be a taxi driver. By 2011, my small business was helping to support our household. Due to […]

How Profit First Changed The Way We Think

In October 2014, I met Mike Michalowicz at QB Connect in San Jose, CA. I sat in a seminar room listening to a boring presentation, hearing the laughter from the room next door. I decided to go to the “fun” room where Mike was presenting and it has been “FUN” ever since. That day Mike […]

Profit First Tax Strategies for Ecommerce Sellers

Here we are, just a week away from April 15th. Tax Day. Hopefully by now, you have 2020 wrapped up or at least ready to file. So, what happens next? Do you close the book and not worry about taxes again until next year, hoping it all just works out? You could, but I don’t recommend it! Instead, put a plan in place that will require a minimum amount of attention throughout the year. Profit First prepares you for taxes without the stress. Now, that’s a great plan! Here’s how it works.