Fri, 31 July 2015
Do you have questions about selling on Amazon?
If you do, you’ve come across the best resource to teach you how to be an Amazon FBA seller in a profitable way that can get you out of the 9 to 5 rat race and into your own business that is legitimate and lasting. This episode is #19 of Scott’s Friday Q&A sessions where he answers your questions so that you can learn how to sell on Amazon profitably. If you’d like to have your own questions answered, you can ask them at http://www.TheAmazingSeller.com/ask
Should you set up your Amazon Seller account without LLC or incorporation paperwork?
That was one of the questions asked on this episode of The Amazing Seller. While Scott is not an attorney or tax accountant (and suggests you contact one with your questions before you get rolling), he does have an opinion about the question. His view is that you should approach your Amazon sales as a business, and set it up that way from the start. You want the protection and security of the legal entity that LLC or incorporation can provide you. You also want to make sure you’re keeping your taxes separate from your personal income. Again, check with a tax accountant or lawyer for the full picture, and listen in to this episode to hear the other questions and Scott’s answers.
How can you estimate your product costs and profits accurately?
It’s a very important question because you need to stay on top of your costs so that you know that what you’re doing is truly profitable and not just wishful thinking. Costs include everything from the actual price you pay for your products, to shipping, to customs fees, to Amazon seller fees. How do you keep it all straight? That’s the question one listener asked in this episode and Scott gives his best answer, including some resources you can use to help you estimate things so that you’re not caught off guard. That’s on this episode of The Amazing Seller.
Is Bundling products together worth it?
It all comes down to cost. Every step you take with your products, from shipping to packaging to branding, is going to add to the cost of your products. There are companies that can receive your products and package them together as you like, but again, it’s an increased cost to you. You can also package those products together yourself, but it will take time and you’ll need specialized packaging with your branding and logos on it. Either way, the cost is more by bundling products. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do it. Bundling can be a powerful way to expand your brand image on Amazon and provide more value to your customers. Listen to this episode to find out how Scott would approach bundling.
Are you eager to learn how to be a Private Label Amazon seller and want it in an all-in-one package?
If so, you need to get into Scott’s Private Label Classroom. It’s a resource packed with step by step videos, downloadable worksheets, and nuts and bolts descriptions and explanations of how the Amazon sales process works, how you should go about researching and buying products for sale on Amazon, and how you can set those products apart with your own private label and get your business rolling. You’ll go beyond that to learn how to drive traffic to your products and solicit reviews from your customers so that your products can go even higher in the Amazon search rankings. If you’re interested, check it out at www.PrivateLabelClassroom.com
OUTLINE OF THIS EPISODE OF THE AMAZING SELLER
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www.PrivateLabelClassroom.com - Scott’s videos and handouts guiding you through the Amazon sales wilderness.