A two-part test for Amazon sellers to prove your local Amazon selling competition has no idea how to source profitable inventory, and aren’t a threat to your Amazon business.
I buy 40 niche history books to resell on Amazon – without scanning them – to see if I could make money totally blind. Here’s the story…
The current state of Amazon bookselling: Every reason now is a good (and bad) time to be selling books on Amazon. In this article:
- Why Amazon bookselling is a bad business to be in now.
- Why Amazon bookselling is a good business to be in now.
- What the Coronavirus means for booksellers in the near and long term.
- Why Amazon sellers are positioned perfectly for this new world.
- A key reason book sales are about to go way up.
- Lots more…
The only two reasons your Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) inventory isn’t selling.
In this article, I cover exactly how to know if you have an FBA inventory turnover issue, the only two (major) causes, and how to fix them.
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There is one rumor I’ve heard in my six years as an FBA seller. It comes up several times a month. It’s repeated everywhere Amazon sellers congregate. And it is stated as 100% absolute fact.
It’s also something I think is 100% bogus.
If you worry about these things, you’re probably over-thinking your Fulfillment by Amazon business.
I’m probably going to offend some people here, but I can’t help it.
In this post: The concept of blindspots: Making money off what other Amazon sellers don’t see The concept of Social Sourcing: Where the real money is Share your Social Sourcing stories Coming soon: My first time on video A photo of my mom In the last few months, I’ve had some major epiphanies about selling […]
How two booksellers with the same tools and same knowledge achieve greatly different results. There’s a reason I write so loosely about sourcing tactics, and other things a lot of sellers won’t discuss for fear of inviting competition. The reason is: 98% of people are going to do it wrong. If that wasn’t insulting enough […]
Every time I see chatter on Amazon forums about increased fees, and how the sky is falling, and Amazon is a greedy monolith bent on destroying small sellers, I just roll my eyes. Specifically, I’m talking about the people who complain about the Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) fee hikes going into effect on February 18th. […]
One error I see FBA (Fulfillment by Amazon) sellers making is viewing their inventory as a collection of individual parts rather than a beating organism that pumps money into their bank account in a steady rhythm. The micromanager looks at their inventory as a fragmented mass of pieces, each of which much be maintained. This […]