How can I get a better positive feedback rating on Amazon? It is no secret that getting positive and negative feedback on your Amazon seller’s account is important. We all know that once a negative feedback from a customer hits your account then you are in for some troubles with Amazon. There are few things you can do to proactively get a better feedback rating and we will discuss those methods in this Amazon feedback article.
Our main service here is helping Sellers who are trying to get back their Amazon suspended account. Many times accounts are suspended due to not meeting Amazon performance metrics. Your metrics could go down the drain by receiving negative feedback. We tell our customers to be proactive about this with each and every order that is shipped.
Before shipping any order, be sure the description exactly describes the product you are putting in the shipping package. Amazon will quickly remove your selling privileges for not shipping the right product. This one process can definitely decrease the amount of negative feedback your account might receive.
We always encourage Amazon Sellers to insert a personal note with the packing slip that politely ask the customer to leave positive feedback if they are completely satisfied with their purchase from the Seller’s Amazon store. This one trick has proven to be a game winner in our eyes. There is really no need to buy extra software to do this for you!
The easiest way is to go in your word processor software and create the note then take it to an office supply store or a local printing company. Get several hundred copies made of the original cause you will be putting one in every package you ship. We suggest you put two notes on each page then have the printer cut them in half for you! Now isn’t that simple?!
If you are considering a feedback software for getting more of your customers to respond, then we suggest FeedbackFive.com. We go in to more detail on how to use FeedbackFive in our Amazon appeals letter kit.
You can get our latest appeals kit now by clicking here.