Should you go after seasonal products on Amazon? What about creating seasonal bundles or even seasonal private label products? Should your business model be focused on "home run" products or is it OK to have "singles" or "doubles"? We answer these questions and more in this week's episode.
Should you go full-time Amazon? How do you make sure you have quality listings and why is it so important? What are some tips to possibly increase email conversion rate for your sales? What are ways that you can help grow your business 10x's this year?
We cover these topics and more in this special "Friday Jam" edition of The Amazon Seller Podcast.
There are often 2 main things that we tell our course members to be looking for in a new private label product: 1) Customer Demand, and 2) Limited Competition. In this episode, we discuss some key indicators to look for when trying to determine if there is too much competition for your new Amazon private label product.
How do you handle cash flow when you are starting an Amazon business? Should you take an Amazon loan? What about partnerships?
How do you optimize listings with better copy?
We cover these topics and more in this special "Friday Jam" edition.
Getting Amazon product reviews is crucial for any private label listing. The majority of Amazon shoppers pay attention to peer reviews left on listings and it can definitely impact a buying decision. So how do you get product reviews? What are Amazon’s rules (or Terms of Service/TOS) for product reviews?
When you look to build a private label eCommerce business, you may decide that it makes sense to import products from overseas (China specifically). But, wait! Importing products from China sounds scary, right? We will explain why this might make the most sense and might be easier than you think.
The Amazon Brand Registry is an extremely valuable resource to Amazon sellers. We strongly recommend that you go through the Amazon Brand Registry if you have your own private label brand or if you are an authorized distributor of a brand.
So which one should you focus on? Andy Slamans feels that you can categories selling on Amazon in two ways: 1) those who sell widgets (or any random items that will make them money) 2) or those who sell their own branded products and are focusing on building their own brand.
Let's look at some of the benefits of jumping on hot opportunities and compare it to focusing on building a brand