Amazon FBA is becoming increasingly popular as a means to make money online. In this Amazon FBA guide, I will explain how it works and how you can become an Amazon FBA seller.
First, let’s discuss what Amazon FBA actually is. The acronym stands for “Fulfillment by Amazon” and it’s a program that allows you to sell your products on their platform in exchange for them handling all of the shipping, packing and customer service involved. This helps to save you time and makes the process of selling much less complicated.
In order to qualify as an Amazon FBA seller you must have an account with them which is free but does require some personal information such as a credit card or bank account number. You also need inventory which means either purchasing products from wholesalers or creating your own through private labeling services like Jungle Scout Pro software (which we’ll talk about later).
Once everything is set up, just send in some samples of your items so they can verify their quality before listing them publicly on their site under whatever category best fits what type product it is (i.e.: clothing would go into Clothing & Accessories). Then wait for orders to come rolling in!
If at any point something goes wrong with one of the shipments
There are lots of Amazon FBA guides out there. You can find them on forums, at the end of Youtube videos and sometimes in the description of Amazon FBA courses. In fact, there are so many that it may leave you wondering whether any of them are actually worth reading/watching.
I’ve read/watched hundreds of these guides over the years and I can tell you with some authority that most of them aren’t worth your time or money. I’m talking about the ones written by people who have never sold a single product on Amazon before but have decided to start an internet marketing business selling their Amazon FBA ‘secret guide’.
In my opinion, if you take away one thing from this post, it’s this: Don’t pay for an Amazon FBA guide! Not until you’ve done your research and seen what’s already out there for free.
There’s no shortage of people willing to sell you their ‘secret’ (and often useless) information on how to make money from the Internet.
The good news is that there are still a few good guides out there, so don’t despair!
Thinking about selling on Amazon? If so, you’ll want to read this.
First, let’s set the stage. This guide is intended for new or experienced Amazon sellers who are looking to sell items through the company’s FBA (fulfilled by Amazon) program. In other words, if you’re looking to sell your wares on Amazon’s website but don’t want to do it yourself, this guide is for you! With FBA, Amazon will store your product in its warehouses and do all of the shipping and customer service work for you. All you have to do is get your products into Amazon’s fulfillment centers.
The rest of this guide will walk you through the ins and outs of the FBA program and teach you how to find success as an Amazon seller. To make it easy to reference later (or skim quickly), I’ll break up the content into sections based on topic.
Visit Zonbase.com to know more about selling on Amazon