To remain competitive in the Amazon marketplace, it is imperative that you are constantly reassessing the pricing of your inventory. While some Amazon sellers choose to adjust their prices manually from time to time, Amazon sellers who are focused on achieving long-term success would rather rely on an automatic repricer to update their prices to
“Listings deactivated for potential pricing error” Just seeing that phrase in the subject line of an email from Amazon can cause me to lose my mind. But then I remind myself that there are some steps I can take to fix this potential error and get my listings reactivated once again. Before we jump into
In this episode, we dive into the buy and hold strategy, which is basically buying products now in order to hold them to sell at a point in the near or distant future. Sometimes a reseller will find an item that is not profitable now (or that could be even more profitable in the future)
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
I’m sure by now 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, though, some folks can be intimidated by the concept and hesitate to jump into this type of sourcing. Today, I want to talk
Making the transition from a retail arbitrage business model to a 100% wholesale model was not something that Dan ever envisioned when he first started selling on Amazon, but when Dan learned about the power of wholesale, he made the transition and has never looked back. As our first-ever returning guest, Dan talks about transitioning
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.
Wholesale sourcing does not have to be so hard. Most people who want to get into Amazon wholesale selling have met with the same old methodologies. But on today’s show, we’ll discuss a different formula for getting wholesale on Amazon right, which includes a simple, tried-and-tested model for reverse wholesale sourcing. Today, Stephen interviews Dylan