In the world of e-commerce, one of the most important things you can do to sell your product or service is to figure out how to get noticed. The number one way that customers get noticed on Amazon, however, isn’t through their sales numbers – it’s through their number of followers. Followers are people who have joined your Amazon business page and have clicked the follow button in order to see future updates that you make on that page. When you gain more followers, then you’re gaining more eyeballs – eyes that are actively looking out for updates from your page. It’s important to check who you’re following on Amazon, but there are other reasons as well. Here are some reasons why you should check your Amazon followers list.
Go to your Amazon account
On the top right corner of your screen, click on Your Account. Then, click on Followings and finally click See All Followings. On the next page, you can see a list of people that have followed you. Click on their name to view all of their posts and pictures. If they are one of your favorite bloggers or business owners, it might be worth getting in touch with them. You never know what kind of opportunity could come from this! The first step is finding out who has started following you. To do this, go to your Amazon account: On the top right corner of your screen, click on Your Account. Then, click on Followings and finally click See All Followings. On the next page, you can see a list of people that have followed you. Click on their name to view all of their posts and pictures. If they are one of your favorite bloggers or business owners, it might be worth getting in touch with them for some advice about how to improve your account so others will want to follow too!
Select Your Profile
On your Amazon account homepage, select Followings from the left-hand navigation bar. This will take you to a page where you can see everyone that is following your Amazon account. Click the Follow button next to their name if you want them to follow your account as well. You can also click the Unfollow button if they are not someone that should be following your account anymore. If someone’s profile is private and you still want to see what books they have in their wish list, or other things about them, simply use the search bar at the top of the screen and type in their username. For example, if we wanted to know more about john_smith123, we could just type john_smith123 into the search bar and it will bring up everything for that person.
Scroll down to Following
Every Amazon account comes with a Following section where the accounts you are following are listed. It’s a good idea to periodically scroll through this list and make sure that the accounts you want to follow are still there, or that those you no longer want to follow have been removed.
1) To see your list of Following:
2) Click the arrow next to Your Account in the upper-right corner of your screen and select See Your Following from the drop-down menu. 3) You’ll be taken to a page showing all the people you’re following. 4) Click the Edit button at the bottom of your screen to confirm these changes. 5) Next, click Unfollow their name will disappear from the list of Following.
Review the list and decide if you want to follow anyone
For those of you that have an Amazon account, it’s easy to follow what books other people are reading. Here are some steps for how to do so:
- Click on your profile in the top right corner
- Go to Following
- Click See All
- Type a few authors or titles into the search bar
- You can add them by clicking the plus sign next to the book or author name
- Check back occasionally! You’ll be able to see their activity and see any new books they’ve added to their list as well.
Click Unfollow next to anyone you don’t want to follow
- Go to Amazon and log in.
- Click the Your Account button in the upper right corner of the page.
- Click Followings in the menu that appears on the left hand side of the page.
- You’ll see a list of all of your followers–click a name for more information about them!
- To stop following someone, click Unfollow.
- To follow someone new, click Follow.
- If you don’t see a particular user’s name, it may be because they are not set up as an author or other type of contributor, so check their profile if they are set up as an author or contributor and follow them there!
Repeat as necessary
- Tap the Search bar at the top of your screen and type in the name of the person you want to follow.
- Find them by tapping their name in the search results. 3. Tap Follow in their profile page, located right below their cover photo or above their bio. You’ll know when they’ve been followed because a blue circle with a checkmark will appear next to their profile picture and they’ll get an alert that says, You have new followers. The process is similar for those looking for people to unfollow; tap on Unfollow instead of Follow. A red circle with an x should appear next to their profile picture. It’s best to refresh the account after unfollowing someone so all posts are up-to-date. If you don’t see this symbol and it appears as though they still have followers, it may be necessary to do a full Instagram app uninstall/reinstall which fixes the issue.
Sellers can access their Amazon Seller Central account at any time and see a list of people that they are following. To view your followers, log into your Seller Central account and click Followed Sellers from the navigation pane on the left side. You will be able to see a list of all sellers that you follow and when they were last active.
The last active date is important because it tells you how long ago the seller has been actively selling items through Amazon FBA. The idea behind being a follower is that more often than not, these sellers will offer up advice or share helpful tips about how to grow their businesses. If a seller posts something useful in the form of an update or post on social media, then you may want to take note and perhaps even read it later if you have the time. But if you notice one of your followers hasn’t been active for awhile, this could be an indicator that there might be issues with fulfillment (which is usually the cause).