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Hello, my name is Myra from WA and this is my first ever content that I am creating for my website.

The reason I selected my website name, is that I am a seller at Amazon Seller Central for over a year since May 2018. I have previously signed up on amazon as a seller from 2015 when I last tried to do it but it was a fail because I did not know what kind of stuff that I would like to have for my store. Everything was a challenge to me and it still is to this very moment, but I am learning a lot more now than I have done before in the beginning. Plus, I am always up for new challenges at what life throws at me. So, I tend throw back at life a bit harder than I ever did.

As I was saying, welcome to my new site about myamazonconnect.com as there will be more content waiting to upload soon…

In case you need to know….

About Amazon



Amazon.com is a vast Internet-based enterprise that sells books, music, movies, housewares, electronics, toys, and many other goods, either directly or as the middleman between other retailers and Amazon.com’s millions of customers. Its Web services business includes renting data storage and computing resources, so-called “cloud computing,” over the Internet. Its considerable online presence is such that, in 2012, 1 percent of all Internet traffic in North America traveled in and out of Amazon.com data centers.

Get Big Fast



In 1994, Jeff Bezos, a former Wall Street hedge fund executive, incorporated Amazon.com, choosing the name primarily because it began with the first letter of the alphabet and because of its association with the vast South American river. On the basis of research he had conducted, Bezos concluded that books would be the most logical product initially to sell online. Amazon.com was not the first company to do so; Computer Literacy, a Silicon Valley bookstore, began selling books from its inventory to its technically astute customers in 1991. However, the promise of Amazon.com was to deliver any book to any reader anywhere.

What is Amazon known for?

Amazon is known for its disruption of well-established industries through technological innovation and mass scale. It is the world’s largest e-commerce marketplace, AI assistant provider, and cloud computing platform as measured by revenue and market capitalization.

What are the disadvantages of Amazon?

Disadvantages of Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA)


    • CoWhat are the disadvantages of fullfiment of Amazon (FBA)?sts: FBA is not free. …
    • Fungible Items: These are the items those are identical and can be replaced with each other. …
    • Labeling: …
    • Competition, Branding and Customer Loyalty: …
    • Lost Marketing Opportunities: …
    • Payments: …
    • Tax Compliance

Costs:



FBA is not free. You have to shell out a pretty penny to keep your service going. The initial setup costs are inexpensive, the rates better than what you can negotiate, however, as the contract progresses you might have to spend well. Now, this might be an advantage or disadvantage for your business depending upon the type, value, and volume of products you sell. It is advisable to use FBA for high volume products, or use FBA when you do not have the resources to handle orders yourself, etc.



Control:


You give up a lot of control of your inventory when you send it to Amazon. This is because; Amazon ships and packs your products the way they want.

Fungible Items:



Since products can be of different quality, this can lead to negative reviews for a Seller; because the customer might have selected a seller for a particular reason. In a few cases, damaged or counterfeit items were shipped. Although the seller was not at fault, they had to face rather harsh consequences.

Labeling:



Amazon mandates its sellers to label every product (where fulfillment is done by Amazon) with a unique product identifier that has its own barcode. Although a banal task, this would take a considerable amount of time and money. You would have to buy labeling stickers, bags & boxes and a barcode scanner just to pack and ship your items to Amazon. If the labels are not visible or properly attached then Amazon might even return all items, making it even more difficult to profit.



Competition, Branding, and Customer Loyalty:

You have to face the fact that Amazon itself would be your prime competitor among the plethora of other similar sellers like you. Moreover, there are not many branding options available on Amazon; the only things you can control being the product photos and description (if you are selling only via Amazon). Everything else is Amazon-branded and customers rarely get to see the end vendor. Hence, their loyalty is associated with Amazon and not your brand.



Lost Marketing Opportunities:

Amazon does not let sellers capture buyer’s email addresses. This deprives you of opportunities to promote your brand, up-sell and cross-sell products, launch new products, and more through email campaigns.



Payments:

Amazon settles payment with sellers once every 14 days; until that time, the money is held in an escrow account to cover the cost of possible returns. This means that you will not be paid for nearly two weeks, which can have an impact on your payment cycle.

Tax Compliance:

Amazon has many warehouses. More often than not, sellers are not notified as to where their product is stored. With many states in the US having different policies towards items stored, sellers are unsure about the sales tax compliance.

Using third-party fulfillment centers limits your control over inventory, although it is your item to sell. In addition, you will not completely know the details of the transaction. Always choose wisely!


As always, happy shopping!


Well, now that you have gotten to know everything there is about amazon and amazon FBA, I would like to thank you again for taking the time to read this articles of my content that I have written so far. 




























Amazon checkpoint

Beavis & Butthead

Introductory content.

Topic/Idea 1

Beavis and Butthead, the brainchild of creator Mike Judge, was a cartoon on MTV about two teenage delinquents who lived in the small town of Highland, Texas.

Some 15 years ago, these were two of the best-known laughs in America. One begins with an uhhhh that gives way to an airy, affected heh-heh-heh — it could belong to a snob who has had one too many electroshock treatments — while the other is more guttural, a throat-clearing hmm that sometimes shifts to a higher register and back again, like Scooby-Doo being strangled.

Topic/Idea 2

Beavis and Butthead were both lollygaggers who lacked any intellect whatsoever and had no goals or aspirations for the future (other than trying to get laid, which they never were able to come close to). Between segments, they would watch real life music videos, either criticizing or praising the artists.

The first belongs to Butt-Head, the second to Beavis, and in their animated show, which MTV broadcast from 1993 to 1997.

that laughter punctuates just about everything the two boneheaded teenagers utter. It’s so automatic that I imagined it had actually been automated and that an engineer pressed a button every time their laughter was called for, and voilà: uhhhh-heh-heh-heh, or hnhnhnhn, or both overlapping.

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Topic/Idea 3

Beavis and Butthead both made their debut in 1992 in a short film titled “Frog Baseball”, which was based on a demented game that Mike Judge overheard a couple of kids talk about playing as he was taking a walk one day.

Also, last month, inside of a recording studio in Burbank, Calif. I watched as Mike Judge, the show’s creator and now its resurrector of12 new episodes of “Beavis and Butt-Head” will be shown on MTV starting Oct. 27 was discharged line after line and laugh after laugh. He does the voices for both Beavis and Butt-Head, and he was recording their lines in sequence, now repeating a phrase with a different emphasis, now reversing the lines so that Beavis would say what Butt-Head had said, and vice versa.

Topic/Idea 4

In the duo, Butthead was usually the leader, who came off as nonchalant. Beavis was usually Butthead’s polar opposite, especially with his alter ego, Cornholio, to which Beavis would pull his shirt over his head after consuming too much sugar or caffeine.

The new episodes, like the old ones, intersperse two short cartoons about Beavis and Butt-Head with clips from music videos that they talk over; this time around, they’ll also talk over clips from reality TV shows, like “Jersey Shore” and “Sixteen and Pregnant.” The reception is bound to be quieter than it was in the ’90s: back then the two became controversial figures, at the vanguard of televised crudeness, but they’ve since been far surpassed in the onscreen moron category. And the world that Beavis and Butt-Head have returned to, with its blogs and its Twitter feeds and its customer reviews, is bloated with dumb commentary.

Beavis and Butt-Head’s comments are dumber and funnier, which has less to do with the message than with the perversely upbeat messengers. For everything in their world that “sucks” (wedding music, exercise, trees), they find something else “cool” (a sadistic bully, a gushing nosebleed, head lice). “It doesn’t get any better than this” is one of Butt-Head’s signature lines. Their topsy-turvy outlook, often very funny in itself, sets up the comedy of the video commentaries, in which Beavis and Butt-Head, who admire all sorts of stupid stuff, nonetheless find certain stupid stuff to be inauthentically stupid, and therefore beneath them.

Then Judge, who incidentally had been fending off a cold, began to do Beavis and Butt-Head doing imitations of the drunken boys’ slurred speech. The resulting voices were so bizarre that they were hardly intelligible. He rewatched the clip and tried again, nailing it the second time. Everyone in the room started laughing.

Judge spends half his time in Los Angeles and half in Austin, where I also live, and although I’d never met him before, it’s a small-enough town that I knew people who had encountered him one way or another. From them I heard that he had no great love for being interviewed, that he was a nice guy, that he was an odd guy and that he was sexy. As for that last claim, I have no real quarrel with it. The other things all turned out to be accurate, too, but in ways different from what I’d expected.

There were also real-life characters. A “really weird” friend from elementary school “was on Ritalin before anyone was on Ritalin,” Judge began. “This guy, when he was coming down off of Ritalin, would just go berserk. He was so beyond hyper. He had this dog, and the dog would kind of feed off his hyperactivity, and when the dog got all wound up, he’d just go, ‘Fire, fire, fire.’ I don’t know why.” Later on, Judge had the pyrophile Beavis start chanting, “Fire, fire,” during a video commentary one day. “Then I remembered later where it came from.”

Judge’s characters tend to be composites, their traits borrowed from real people. For instance, the shaky, sweating Principal McVicker from “Beavis and Butt-Head” is based mostly on a band teacher who had the shakes, but also on a physics professor that Judge had fixated on, and a little bit on someone he accidentally called in junior high and then called back again and again just to hear the man yell at him.

Conclusion

Although there is no evidence to suggest otherwise, Beavis and Butthead lived together in the same shoddy household at too young an age, with absolutely no parental supervision, watched television, and ate junk food. They did however both work at a fast food restaurant called Burger World to help pay the bills. They would screw up on the job constantly, but the duo still kept their jobs at the restaurant, which was almost always understaffed. I watched some of it as a kid even though it was my brother’s favorite cartoon from when he was a kid in the 90’s. Still the show did said it was aired on MTV channel, that was listed under cable network.