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Have you hit a road block and you're not quite sure what to do to increase Amazon sales? Well, you're in luck! We're here to share 6 tips to increase Amazon sales. These tips can be implemented whether the product is new listing or an old listing. Now, let's get into it!
1. Optimize Your Title
Using keywords is a great way to optimize your title on Amazon. It's one of the most important ways to improve your products findability. When you're optimizing your title on Amazon, you should first start with the most elementary information such as brand, product description, product line, material, colour, size, quantity, etc. This method is also extremely useful when you're creating a listing from scratch when you're dropshipping your own items via private label, or unbranded products.
2. Pile on the Feedback
Let the feedback come naturally overtime because it's better to not get hung up on it or force reviews. Although, you can request a review on the orders...
Another week, another battle between Amazon vs. Shopify. Both are really great platforms to start your eCommerce business. But which platform is best to start with? Personally, we believe Amazon is the best platform to start with, especially when you're new to the eCommerce business world. Here's some great information on each platform, and towards the end you'll know exactly why we choose Amazon as your first stop.
Selling on Amazon is the best eCommerce platform to use hands down. Amazon has 100s of millions of customers. It’s the largest platform to date and has a relatively small learning curve with how we teach it. You don't need a niche or focus only on 1 product - this is limited thinking. You should sell in 1-2+ Major categories. You can sell thousands of products already ranked and selling on Amazon, which makes scaling your business much more simple. You can build a brand with Amazon and focus not only scaling the business quick, but scaling a long...
There are many ways of selling products on Amazon's platform using the dropshipping methodology or FBA. As a seller you can piggyback, create original listings or private label. What is private label you might ask? Amazon private label is using a manufacturer's generic products but remarketing under your business/retail name with your packaging and logo. It's a super profitable business model when done properly, the unfortunate reality is that for most people, it's costly. Most private label sellers use amazon FBA and buy upfront - and follow YouTube videos where you’re told to spend money on ads for every single product. When done properly, you can do it without spending much on ads, but not many people teach this - we do!
Now, before you start with private label, there are a few things to consider. You decided to take the Amazon private label route, now what should you do? First you need to do your research on the product that you would...
Another battle of the eCommerce platforms. This time we are diving in between Amazon vs. eBay vs. Shopify. All three platforms are great to start an eCommerce business. However, each have their pros and cons. We personally like Amazon the most, followed by Shopify, and eBay. Let's break it down between the three platforms.
Selling on Amazon, there's a monthly cost of $40 for a professional account. It's $0 to list items, so you can list as many as you want. There's a charge of 8-15% seller fees for most categories. You can already sell on pre-existing products (also known as piggybacking) and can scale your business FAST. But, you can also build a brand and have brand recognition. Building a brand becomes a long term sustainable business where you can scale your business HUGE in the long run. There's no need to spend money on ads when piggybacking since the items are already selling which makes it very attractive and lucrative for...
The most important keys to finding successful products to sell on Amazon is competitive or dominating products with good pricing and a mixture of low to high keywords. One of the areas that people struggle with most on their Amazon businesses is finding products to sell on Amazon.
Once you pick two to three major categories it just comes down to putting in the work, researching products as shown in the video above! It's not rocket science, it just takes knowing the right strategy and putting in the work.
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WRITTEN BY: Kevin Edgar
In this video Kevin talks about how dropshipping is one of the best online business for new entrepreneurs that may not have a lot of funds to start with.
Dropshipping is less capital intensive which is helpful to those that are just starting off. It's also a methodology that's taught in some colleges and universities.
It's also one of the easiest and fastest way to scale and grow your eCommerce business. It comes down to investing in yourself and investing on training. It's also about finding the right coach and mentor.
You can start off by getting free knowledge from Kevin's YouTube channel and the free coaching group - but it'll only get you so far.
Take the time to watch this video as it goes indepth on dropshipping, business, mentorship, and coaching.
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Dropshipping is the best way to go when starting an eCommerce business within Amazon and eBay. In this weeks blog, it's the battle between retail vs wholesale dropshipping.
Many eCommerce business owners who dropship do retail dropshipping. The only problem is, many people are doing it and with low profit margins. Retail dropshipping isn't a sustainable way to grow your business longterm, and it's a grey area within Amazon TOS. Certain retailers will send invoices, packaging, and packing slips - which can leave a sour taste in your customers mouth. On top of that, a lot of retailers don't allow resellers.
Best option to dropship is wholesale dropshipping, and a lot more sustainable for longterm growth. Gives you the opportunity to scale your business HUGE. You're in control of your business in terms of warehousing, packing and shipping. Prices from the manufacture doesn't fluctuate as much like retailers do.
With wholesale dropshipping,...
In this short video, I talk about scaling your Amazon business without having to spend money upfront on products, Ads, or using FBA.
Dropshipping is less capital intensive- you only spend once you make a sale. You can prove validity and get a product to sell.
Dropshipping is a much better method than spending upfront by purchasing 500-1000 units on a product to do FBA not knowing if it'll be a hit or miss.
Using our methodology, you won't have to invest in Ads to get your products selling.
I touch on the best ways to dropship and how to do it well without using retailers.
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WRITTEN BY: Kevin Edgar
We teach our students dropshipping whether it's with Amazon, Shopify or eBay. Everything is taught step by step. However, here are some great tips when it comes to dropshipping if you're new at it.
1. FIND THE RIGHT SUPPLIER FOR YOUR PRODUCTS.
Any products that you want to sell, make sure you're getting them from a reputable supplier. While you're looking for a good supplier that works for you, you can also look at the prices that have a lower cost. Lower cost on the item you want to sell equals higher profit margins for yourself.
2. AVOID UNDER-PRICING YOUR PRODUCTS.
When customers are shopping around, they want to purchase items that have a great perceived value. By pricing your items at a good value, you will attract customers to your business. If you have under-priced items, customers may think that item isn't of great value or "cheap".
3. CREATE AN AMAZING OFFER.
Customers love receiving some type of offer. When creating an offer, it doesn't...
A continuation of last week's video blog of BRAND building with dropshipping and not doing FBA.
You don't have to purchase any items upfront- it's VERY low risk, and you only place an order AFTER you make a sale. However, if the item starts selling consistently and it's proven then you can make the executive decision if you'd like to start FBA.
Keep in mind before you start FBA also consider the margins before jumping the gun.
Make sure to watch part 1 if you haven't already!
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WRITTEN BY: Kevin Edgar