- By Steve Smith
- December 23, 2021
Everything you need to know to start selling on Amazon. A guide on Amazon FBA for Beginners and what to expect from Amazon FBA.
Online selling is a great way to start a business and make money.
If you’re ambitious to sell products online then Amazon is the best option for you. Fortunately, the Amazon market is huge, and it’s growing faster than ever as people shift to online shopping for almost any type of product.
So, it’s a great opportunity for you to become a seller with Amazon’s Fulfillment-by-Amazon (FBA) program. It’s even greater opportunity to work with Amazon FBA for beginners and freshers. With FBA, you can send your products directly to Amazon’s warehouses. When you get an order Amazon stores the inventory and ships your product to the customer (through 2-day Prime shipping) with the complete management of all the customer support.
To do so, simply you’ve to find the right product and commit some time and effort to care for your business, you can make thousands of dollars per year by selling using Amazon FBA even if you’re a beginner.
So, how does it all work?
For becoming an Amazon seller, you simply need a product to sell, a seller account, and a means of getting your product to the customer.
If you want to sell a product or just want to get in the game but don’t yet know what to sell, there’s a business model that works for you to sell on Amazon: How To become an Amazon Seller.
You can find or manufactured bulk products with private labels to sell under your own brand. This is the most common method and about 71% of all Amazon sellers prefer to use it. Amazon FBA provides multiple benefits for beginners.
Research products that have high demand and low competition on Amazon to find the most profitable opportunity.
Find a supplier or manufacturer to create your product at the right cost. The supplier can ship your products directly to Amazon’s warehouses.
Create a listing(s) for your product within your Amazon seller account and brand your product.
Launch and advertise your product to stand out among Amazon’s catalog of millions of products and rank in the product search results.
5. Sales management:
Monitor your inventory and sales, and scale your business to keep those profits coming in!
In short, your job is to find the best product that will sell on Amazon. After a customer orders your product, Amazon takes over.
1. After receiving your products (from you or your supplier) Amazon stores them in one or more of their million-acre fulfillment centers. These products are stored in the massive warehouses run by robots and Amazon employees.
2. When a customer places an order on Amazon for your product, Amazon automatically processes the transaction.
3. Amazon picks your products and puts them on their warehouse cabinets, packs them in an Amazon box, and shipped them to the user.
4. It manages communications with the customer, including shipping notifications and reviews, tracking, and even returns.
Amazon sales are a great way to build a business and make money online. In this chapter, we explored various options for selling on Amazon and how do I get started with Amazon.
Read Chapter 2 What to sell on Amazon