It’s spring! This is the perfect time of year to do a little spring cleaning of your Amazon FBA inventory. Let me ask you a question. How often do you look at your inventory at Amazon? For most sellers, we don’t take a look all that often. Sure, we might look at our inventory levels
Have you ever looked at a Keepa graph and thought, “Are you sure those are Amazon prices and sales ranks? It looks more like the results of a crazy lie detector test.” Keepa is great tool that, when used correctly, can provide you with the vital information you need to make smart sourcing decisions. We
Let’s get down to the nitty gritty details of sourcing shoes for FBA, shall we? As I (Rebecca) mentioned in a previous post of this series, I personally don’t source for shoes using retail arbitrage (RA). I tried it and came up dry. I use 100% online arbitrage (OA) for my shoe sourcing strategy. The
Back in 2015, Stephen and I (Rebecca) decided to add shoes to our Amazon FBA inventory. Since our initial experiment with shoes, we have learned so much about how to source and sell shoes on Amazon. In fact, right now, shoe sales are accounting for over 65% of our Amazon sales this year. Since we’re
I’ll never forget when my very first wholesale order was delivered to my house… Of course, I had to take a picture – that’s me to the right standing in my garage with my first wholesale pallet order. It was the summer of 2015 and I was super excited about receiving my first wholesale order.
Finding profitable wholesale accounts is not as hard as you think it is. Most people make that assumption because they first focus on trying to secure wholesale relationships with super big name brands (like Lego, Apple, Nike, etc.), which is almost impossible for normal Amazon sellers. While landing a wholesale account with a big name
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.
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