The more you talk with Amazon FBA sellers from all walks of life, the more you understand why each seller prefers the sourcing model used in their business. Some folks love the thrill of the hunt, and they thrive on getting out there and scanning to their heart’s content at garage sales and thrift stores.
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
As Amazon FBA resellers, we’re all looking for ways to save time and money in processing our inventory. One of the biggest ways I encourage FBA sellers to save time by spending a little money is to use a third-party listing service, rather than listing your FBA inventory directly through Amazon Seller Central. The fewer
I admit the topic of “end of year reports” is not all that exciting, but it’s very necessary… in fact, if you don’t do this right it could have some negative impacts on your business. No matter if you sell on Amazon as a serious income stream or as an occasional hobby, you’re still required
We see them during all the pivotal dates this time of year. We saw them on Black Friday, we saw them on Cyber Monday, and we’ll see them again over the next couple of weeks. Posts on Facebook groups that include screenshots of huge sales numbers or pictures of 10 shopping carts loaded with toys from
Recently Amazon sent out an email to many Amazon sellers telling them they have inventory that does not have an updated California Proposition 65 (“Prop 65”) warning. In this blog post, I’ll share with you what Prop 65 is, how it impacts your Amazon business, how you can find which items are impacted by this
If you’ve been selling on Amazon for any period of time, you’re bound to start getting offers from Amazon to give you a loan for your business. Typically these offers start out small (think $1000 range), and they grow and grow as your sales grow and grow – to the point that Amazon will eventually
Do you consider yourself an Amazon leader? Whether you realize it or not, if you sell through the Amazon FBA program, you ought to consider yourself someone with a position of leadership. A while back, Stephen and I took a tour of an Amazon FBA warehouse in our local area. One of the many things