It’s a question we see all the time among new Amazon FBA sellers: Is Amazon FBA a get-rich-quick plan? When I see that question, I want to ask another question right back: Why are you asking that question? Before we dig deeper into this topic, I want to challenge you to read all the way
In my last post I covered 5 retail arbitrage (RA) sourcing tips for Amazon FBA success. Today I want to narrow the focus a bit to talk specifically about clearance sourcing at retail stores. Clearance sourcing is always a lot of fun because you can find items at super low prices that you can potentially
Perhaps the most important goal of any Amazon FBA seller is getting more sales, so today I want to cover a topic directly tied to the majority of sales on Amazon – the Amazon buy box. If you look on an Amazon product page, the buy box is the little box in the top right
One question I am consistently asked since launching fulltimefba.com back in 2013 is this… “Is there still room for new Amazon FBA sellers?“ Most people ask this question out of two fears they are experiencing: The fear of not finding enough profitable inventory to sell on Amazon. The fear of too many competitors who
Most Amazon sellers will agree: It takes a verrrrrry looooooong time to build up your feedback on the Amazon platform. Most Amazon customers aren’t accustomed to leaving seller feedback for FBA purchases, at least not with the same frequency as eBay customers leave seller feedback. It could take 100 sales via FBA to receive one
If you’ve been reading your seller emails from Amazon, you know that starting November 1, 2016, FBA sellers will be required to provide box level details of the contents of their shipments to FBA warehouses. Failing to provide those details will incur a fee for your shipments of 15 cents per item. Additionally, Amazon has
Who doesn’t love to save a little time and money? I would prefer to save a lot of time and money, but hey, every little bit counts when we’re trying to make a profit at Amazon FBA. Any time I can save money on shipping supplies or other areas of my business, I can use
Who doesn’t love a do-over? Hindsight is 20/20, and I’m sure all of us can think of ways we would improve our Amazon FBA businesses if we could start over from scratch. I know I can think of plenty of things I wish I had known back in 2011 when I started selling on Amazon!