What do you do when you see amazon has only few items like [2-4] in stock? Will I skip those products? If I have already written about those products would I delete those parts or keep them and move on in a hope that the products will come soon?
Generally they will replenish the stock, although occassionally they can be discontinued when the stock runs out.
If the product is sold by Amazon or the manufacturer I would promote it, if it is a third party I would be wary as they may have bought the stock as a one-off.
Sorry to ask another dumb question; how would I understand that the products are from third party sellers?
http://www.amazon.com/Kindle-Wireless-R … amp;sr=8-1
Says 'by Amazon'. That is retailed by Amazon.
You know when you click to see other sellers? They are third parties. Sometimes the only retailers are third parties.
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