Anybody who follows my blog on a regular basis knows how much I love Inventory Lab for processing, listing, and tracking my Amazon FBA inventory. I also love using the Scoutify app for sourcing inventory through retail arbitrage. Recently, someone asked me to name the top 5 features of Inventory Lab that can both save
Retail arbitrage sourcing for your Amazon FBA business is only possible if you use a high-quality scouting app. For several years, we at Full-Time FBA have depended on the Scoutify app from the makers of Inventory Lab. We’ve published numerous blog posts and videos on the topic of how great Scoutify is, and we’re excited now
It has been a while on the blog since we have taken a dive into strategies for online arbitrage (OA), so I want to spend some time today talking about two products we use for finding profitable inventory from online stores to resell on Amazon: OAXray and Tactical Arbitrage. This article will include reviews of
In the spring of 2017, I got a message from Kimberly of InventoryLab. She knew I am a huge fan of both InventoryLab and Scoutify (the Amazon sourcing app that comes bundled with InventoryLab). She wanted to know if I wanted to be a beta-tester for the all new Scoutify 2 sourcing app. Heck yeah!
We’re all looking to increase the amount of customers looking at our online inventory and boost our e-commerce sales, right? The more people who see your inventory, the more people will buy it! One way to get more customers buying your inventory is to list that inventory on multiple sales channels. You can also use
Have you used the fashion buying and selling platform called Poshmark? It’s a website and mobile app where users can list their new and used clothing, shoes, accessories, and cosmetics for sale. I recently began using Poshmark as another platform (along with eBay) for selling my Amazon FBA shoe returns and shoes with boxes damaged
Am I the only reseller out there who has ever done a great day of retail arbitrage and forgotten to write down my mileage? I am? Really? Hmmm. I thought surely I wasn’t the only one who’s done this before. OK, thanks for finally admitting it. You’re just like me…you don’t always remember to track
One of the most frustrating aspects of selling on Amazon is when your competition comes in and begins to lower the prices of an item that you were once consistently selling. When an amazing source of profit seems to dry up, we often decide to sell out as fast as we can so we can reinvest that capital