Chances are you are reading the Full-Time FBA blog because you’re interested in the same topic as us: how to turn part-time hours into a full-time income via Amazon FBA. We (Stephen and Rebecca) have spent the past several years fine tuning our FBA business to the point that we truly only spend part-time hours
Nothing is more frustrating than trying to get your point across to a Seller Central representative and feeling like you are continually being misunderstood. In previous blog posts, we have covered ways to handle different glitches within the Amazon inventory system – some of which require opening a case and sending a written message to
Today’s post is a follow-up to the previous article we posted about why you should consider trying to raise your ASP, or average selling price. If you haven’t read that first article yet, you might want to refer to it before diving into this one. For a quick review, your ASP is the average amount
Did you see that we recently released a PDF of Amazon acronyms you can print out and refer to in your FBA business? If not, you can grab a copy of the acronym list here as a handy reference. One of the acronyms at the top of that list is ASP: average selling price. Over
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
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.
Before you hit the snooze button and move on to a more exciting post, let me acknowledge up front that taxes aren’t the most glamorous topic out there. Unless you’re a CPA or tax professional. In which case I don’t mean any offense by saying that taxes are boring. Is anyone still with me at
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