Did you know that if you apply to be approved to sell an item on Amazon and you don’t get auto-approved, it’s possible to be auto-approved if you simply apply again in the near future? In our last blog post, I outlined the steps to take in order to increase your chances of getting auto-approved
It’s happened to all of us at one time or another. You find a great product to list for amazing profits via Amazon FBA, but there’s one not-so-tiny catch: You’re restricted from selling the item on Amazon. Restrictions for selling on Amazon are one of the biggest annoyances for FBA sellers, regardless of whether you’ve
While many aspects of the IPI (inventory performance index) remain a mystery for Amazon FBA sellers, in this blog post we want to compile what information we do know about how the IPI works and what it means for us as Amazon sellers moving forward. What is IPI and why should I care? The IPI
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.
It’s so frustrating. You’re out sourcing for inventory and finally find a profitable item, only to discover you’re restricted from selling that item on Amazon. Seriously?! When this happens to me, I usually just put the item back on the shelf and keep sourcing. I try to forget about that restricted item and move on with