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
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
It’s so frustrating. You’re out sourcing for inventory and finally find a profitable item, only to discover you’re restricted from selling that item on Amazon. Seriously?! When this happens to me, I usually just put the item back on the shelf and keep sourcing. I try to forget about that restricted item and move on with
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!
Let’s talk profitability, shall we? You’ve likely heard us mention that we use the Inventory Lab software package to streamline our process of listing inventory on Amazon FBA and for sourcing inventory through the Scoutify app. Today we want to share with you another feature of Inventory Lab that we’ve come to depend on:
Like we said in our last blog post, there seems to be a huge debate among Amazon FBA sellers about whether to use the Amazon Seller app for sourcing inventory or whether to pay for a third-party scanning app. Check out the comments on that post to see that some people feel pretty strongly