How To Sell On Amazon Successfully

by admin on March 29, 2015

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Amazon’s FBA program is an excellent opportunity for the vast audience of entrepreneurs. Especially those that are starting out as a one man shop. What’s remarkable with Amazon FBA is its scalability. As a one man shop, you can compete with the bigger and more established seller. Small businesses are limited in storage space and the time management to sell, list, make and ship orders. You can fulfill small orders (ex. 20 per day) as well as the larger orders (ex. 100,000 per day). Which translate that you can start out as a mom and pop shop and flourish as a larger corporate using Amazaon’s Fulfillment. You can now handle the increased volume in an efficient way while managing your inventory and spending your to source your product.

This will reduce the competitive advantage of the bigger seller and enable you to make a real income and grow as big as you desire. Think about it. You just need access to your product(s) of choice. Amazon FBA provides a stream of income that you can take to a whole new level. At each fulfillment center, (Amazon has over 65) you are hiring at LOW rates per order a staff that takes care of the order processing, shipping and customer.

The seller only has to source your product(s), spend your time processing those items and shipping them to Amazon. Some of the key benefits of Amazon FBA

· You have access to tens of millions of Prime customers

· Scale order handling and build logistics both on and off Amazon·

· Sell globally by using the FBA export program to gain access to customers globally at no additional cost to you.

· Multi-Channel Fulfillment (MCF) is an optional program by FBA that allows you to easily leverage Amazon’s world-class Fulfillment Centers for your off-Amazon orders.

·… And take a paid vacation while FBA works for you fulfilling customer orders and managing customer service.

· You have access to tens of millions of Prime customers

· FBA now represents a growing 45% of Amazon’s revenues

· Amazon Prime started in 2005

· In 2009 Prime had 2 million members; in 2011 there were over 5 million; in 2014 there are over 20 million members

· Prime represents only 6% of Amazon’s total customers so far

· Prime is growing at over 20% Year Over Year

· Prime customers spend 140% more than regular Amazon Customers

· 40 % – 50 % of Amazon customers have never purchased from a third party

With FBA, Amazon can help improve your online sales and keep customers happy, while saving you valuable time so you can focus on growing your business.

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