UPDATE: Amazon has recently updated their Inventory Age report, and this post is now outdated. What I teach below still works, but there is now a much easier way to find what you’re looking for. Click here see my latest training report on how to find out exactly which items will be charged a Long Term
Ever since I started selling on Amazon, I would randomly get emails notifying me that some ASINs I am selling were recently updated. For my first few months of selling on Amazon, I just ignored these emails and thought I had better things to do. I assumed innocently that these ASIN changes were probably just
NOTE: Updated for 2019 (originally written in 2014). In this blog post, I asked you, according to your own sourcing strategies, if you would buy a particular Electronic item or not. Here’s the item we looked at: Product: Adonit Jot Pro Fine Point Stylus – Silver ASIN: B00931DHKM Clearance price at Target: $3.94 Total available
When you’re out sourcing, one of the things you need to consider is your competition. Say you’re out sourcing at Big Lots and come across an item with a great ROI. You research the item with your favorite scouting app and see that there are other FBA sellers selling this item. Do you join them?
If you’ve been selling on Amazon at least 6 months, then it’s possible you will receive a FBA Aged Inventory Notification email from Amazon. Twice a year, (February 15th and August 15th), Amazon charges a long-term storage fee for all items that have been stored in a FBA warehouse for 6 months or longer. UPDATE: Starting