Are you thinking about selling on Amazon? Starting an FBA business is a huge learning curve, especially if you have a limited background with business and entrepreneurship. The learning curve of starting a new business is usually the most expensive part of your business. Today, I will share 5 mistakes new sellers make! Don’t make these mistakes, and your business will go much faster, much quicker.
As an FBA seller, you have the benefit of not dealing with returns yourself. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t keep an eye out on your account. When it’s your money, you should be the one in charge. Learn how to stay ahead of potential money losing issues by learning some quick facts on FBA returns.
Everyone always says you should create Amazon FBA products around one, cohesive brand; but why?
Brands do very well on Amazon because their customers trust their quality and the company as a whole. If a customer trusts your product, they are more likely to become repeat customers. If you have many repeat customers, your company does not need to rely heavily on always finding new customers. Customers who trust your brand are more likely to purchase additional products you sell, because they are familiar with your quality and standards. Below are 5 criteria to think about when you are looking for a product to add to your brand.
We are proud of the work at Egrow we do to make our product the best it can be. With this important update, we added “Filters” to the Amazon Chrome Extension. Another new tool “Rank Tracker” is added to the Egrow member area. And most important, we are introducing a completely new engine that will bring even more profound user experience.
Our goal is to help you get more out of Egrow Amazon Tools. With that in mind, we’d love your feedback!
Are you stuck on how you should price your product? The obvious goal of any business is to have a profitable product with lots of sales, but how do you determine the value and price of your product? Today we will look at how to price your product based off of your market, customer type, product type, and historical data to maximize your potential sales and profitability.