On June 17th Amazon announced, via the seller central forums, that on July 22nd all ASINs not in compliance with their title guidelines would be suppressed. Originally Amazon't product title requirements stated titles must not exceed 50 characters. (including spaces) This has since been amended to 200 characters. (including spaces)
So what is a suppressed listing?
Amazon suppresses listings that do not meet their listing standards. A suppressed listing will not show up in search or when a customer is browsing on Amazon. This means customers will not be able to find your product. Not good!
How to check if you're listing is suppressed
Note: This is the most current information as of July 23, 2019. We will be updating this page to make sure you are kept up-to-date.
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