Back in 2015, I had been selling on Amazon for several years and was starting to grow weary of the time and energy required by maintaining the busy retail arbitrage schedule I had been implementing in my business for several years. I knew I wanted to add a wholesale component to my business to relieve
If you have spent any time in the past trying to land wholesale accounts for your Amazon business, you know how frustrating it can be to only hear “NO” answers to your requests for accounts. It can feel like you are having a door slammed in your face over and over again, and it can
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.
If you have been selling on Amazon for any amount of time or are looking into whether or not you want to sell on Amazon, I’m sure you have heard that wholesale sourcing can be a profitable way to build up an Amazon FBA inventory. On the flip side of the profitability of wholesale sourcing,
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.
I probably don’t have to convince you that wholesale sourcing can be a highly profitable way to find inventory for your Amazon FBA business. I’m guessing that if you are reading this blog post, you have dipped your toes into wholesale sourcing and you’re looking for how to expand or streamline the wholesale aspect of your
Last time on the blog, I interviewed Karon Thackston about her new book, Review Advantage (she said her coupon code review10 is still live). In that interview Karon shared so many great tips and tricks (as well as what not to do) in order to get more product reviews for the items you’re selling on Amazon. Now we