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I know most amazon sellers out there are concerned about the increased competition.  More competition can mean thinner margins.  You think you got into the business too late.  But for me, I think it's only a good thing.  And I promise you I'm not just saying that.  Here are the facts: 50 millions US households have Amazon Prime (that number is growing) Amazon is continuing to make investments to grow distribution Many (and I mean) many Amazon sellers still fail and quit the...

Many people who get started on Amazon and launch their first product get nervous about their rankings and sales when they're only been selling for two weeks.  But what's worse in my judgement than this is picking products that don't have the chance to rank for multiple keywords.  There truly is a process to get rank for more than 1 keyword and there's way too much rush assuming just 1 keyword will run the show for you. Aside from the concept...

As you many know, we created a course on how to sell on Amazon globally.  Within the course, we have a more detailed process, but wanted to share the similar checklist we share with the students.  You can go to http://privatelabelpassport.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Global-Amazon-Selling-Process-Checklist-Private-Label-Passport.pdf to download the checklist or visit www.privatelabelpassport.com. Amazon Global Selling Process Module 1 – Research & Strategy Pick Your Markets To Research Choose between the USA, Canada, UK, Germany, Japan, Spain, Italy and France to research. (Current top Amazon markets include USA, UK, Germany,...

I created this checklist which was born and inspired by my friend Mark Scott Adams.  I adapted it to a more global seller who wants to ensure they pick the right product on a global basis.  This checklist and scoring sheet can form the basis for picking product in any global market and ensuring you pick only those products that have the highest probability of performing well in those markets. If you want to download it, visit www.privatelabelpassport.com as well as http://privatelabelpassport.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Global-Amazon-Product-Checklist-Go-or-No-Go.pdf. ...

If you want to ensure your next product or current product does atleast 20 sales per day, you gotta watch this video. Multiple Keyword Potential 2 to 5 Private Label Competitors Best Selling Rank Between 500 to 10,000 Can Price It Just Right Has Gifting Potential Non Novelty/Trendy Items Bonus – Competition Doesn’t Have 1,000’s of Reviews ...

I did a webinar with Mark Scott Adams on the benefits of selling on Amazon in any Global Market.  This is a must see if you want to get a better feel of the process and the nuances one has to navigate.  We created an amazing course on how to sell on Amazon globally.  To learn more, visit www.privatelabelpassport.com. ...

We've been successful global Amazon sellers in a relatively short period of time.  In the video tutorial below, we discuss the overall process to expanding and even starting an Amazon Private Label business, even if you don't live in the market that you want to sell in. Conduct “Global Market” & Product Research Pick Your Market(s) & Product(s) Locate & Contact Global Suppliers Get Product Samples From Supplier(s) Choose Your Supplier Create “Professional” Images, Graphics & Packaging Create Global Amazon Professional Account Create Blanket Listing For Product Send Product...

In this video, we discuss the nine (9) tenets for selling on Amazon and really what required to become a successful Amazon Private Label Seller. Requires Money Upfront More A Long Term Play Brand Building Is Key Best Selling Rank Is Everything Product Is Everything Research Is Most Critical Stage Know Thy Competitors Pricing Does Matter Here Courage & Sticking With It There are few great tools we mentioned including Jungle Scout, AMZShark, and even Google Keyword Planner for performing keyword research in specific niches. ...

Yup, I felt like a crying baby after Amazon removed the removes I worked so hard for.  We've dealt with this as have many sellers.  Amazon has been throwing down the gauntlet on people who do not follow their guidelines around the collection of reviews.  We've noticed a number of things that Amazon private label sellers should be aware of when enlisting review service websites and even reaching out to friends and relatives around getting reviews for their products.  So...