When customers request to return a product they bought via FBA, Amazon immediately takes the return funds from your upcoming disbursement and usually gives the customer a shipping label to return the item to the proper warehouse. Customers are on the honor system to return the item they no longer want within 45 days. When
I admit the topic of “end of year reports” is not all that exciting, but it’s very necessary… in fact, if you don’t do this right it could have some negative impacts on your business. No matter if you sell on Amazon as a serious income stream or as an occasional hobby, you’re still required
What is the Amazon Buy Box, and what does it mean if it’s suppressed? In this episode, we walk you through all things Buy Box — from the three main reasons Amazon suppresses the Buy Box and the implications it may have for you as the seller, to what you can do to restore a
It really happens. Amazon, from time to time, goes completely out of stock on items that sell often. Not only does Amazon go out of stock, but sometimes the 3rd party sellers also go out of stock. When nobody is in stock for a product, Amazon suppresses (hides) that product page from customer search results. Amazon is
Prime Day for 2021 has been officially announced! This year, Prime Day is going to be a 48-hour event held June 21-22, 2021. This is going to be two days where Amazon will do everything in their marketing power to get tons of traffic to come to Amazon in order to buy. This is good
After reading about the profit potential of selling bundles through Amazon FBA in our last post, are you ready to learn the basics of how to create your first profitable bundle? In the rest of this blog post, I want to give you my 8 steps to creating a profitable bundle to sell on Amazon.
Back when I first started selling on Amazon, I was looking for a new niche to add to my online selling business. I needed something that was both profitable and abundant. I needed something I could buy for $1 to $5… and sell for $20-$80. The niche I discovered ended up being better than I
You found a great item to buy at a low price that should bring back a high ROI (return on investment) if you sell it via Amazon FBA. But when you dig a little deeper on the Amazon listing, it seems like there are a lot of competitors who already have offers available. Are there