Retail arbitrage sourcing for your Amazon FBA business is only possible if you use a high-quality scouting app. For several years, we at Full-Time FBA have depended on the Scoutify app from the makers of Inventory Lab. We’ve published numerous blog posts and videos on the topic of how great Scoutify is, and we’re excited now
In my last post I covered 5 retail arbitrage (RA) sourcing tips for Amazon FBA success. Today I want to narrow the focus a bit to talk specifically about clearance sourcing at retail stores. Clearance sourcing is always a lot of fun because you can find items at super low prices that you can potentially
Although my FBA business has transitioned to become more focused on wholesale over the past couple of years, retail arbitrage (RA) is still one of my top methods of sourcing. I’ve shared some of my favorite RA sourcing strategies with you in blog posts in the past: The 2 Best Retail Arbitrage Sourcing Strategies How
In the spring of 2017, I got a message from Kimberly of InventoryLab. She knew I am a huge fan of both InventoryLab and Scoutify (the Amazon sourcing app that comes bundled with InventoryLab). She wanted to know if I wanted to be a beta-tester for the all new Scoutify 2 sourcing app. Heck yeah!
Most resellers rely on Sales Rank when making purchasing decisions. For reasons known only to Amazon, the category of Electronics often does not provide a category wide sales rank. Many times when scanning an Electronics product, a scouting app (like Scoutify) will return a sales rank of 0 or N/A (Not Applicable). In almost all
How have you been handling all the recent changes and rumors of changes in Amazon FBA selling? That’s not a rhetorical question. I really want to know. How have you been handling all the news about FBA changes? Have you been freaking out? Have you been paralyzed with uncertainty? Have you kept doing business as
Retail arbitrage can be very profitable. The feeling of anticipation when you walk into a retail store is extremely motivating. I always advise other resellers to grab a shopping cart when they first enter a store because they need to be mentally ready for a big haul. Now, the big haul doesn’t always happen, but
I’m like any other Amazon FBA seller out there – if I could source and sell only low ranking, fast turning items at 100% ROI (return on investment) or higher, I would choose to do that every day, all day. That’s what we all want to do, right? Maximize our ROI and maximize the speed