Amazon FBA Wholesale

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Welcome to your Amazon FBA Wholesale online course! In this course, you will learn everything you need to know about selling wholesale products on Amazon using the Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) program.

First, let’s start with some basics. Wholesale is the process of purchasing products in bulk from a manufacturer or distributor at a discounted price and then reselling them for a profit. Amazon’s FBA program allows sellers to store their inventory in Amazon’s fulfillment centers, and when a customer purchases a product, Amazon handles the shipping, customer service, and returns.

The first step in selling wholesale products on Amazon is to find a profitable product niche. You want to look for products that are in high demand, have a good profit margin, and are not too competitive. You can use Amazon’s Best Seller Rank (BSR) to gauge the popularity of a product, and tools like Keepa, Jungle Scout or Helium 10 to research product data, like sales history, reviews, and pricing.

Once you’ve found a profitable product niche, the next step is to find a reputable supplier. You can use different methods to find manufacturers and distributors, or attend trade shows and meet with suppliers in person. You want to make sure your supplier is reliable, communicates well, and can provide quality products at a good price.

After finding your supplier, you need to negotiate pricing and terms. You should aim to negotiate a price that allows you to make a good profit margin while also being competitive in the market. You also need to agree on shipping and payment terms, like minimum order quantity, lead time, and payment method.

When you’ve established a relationship with your supplier, you can start placing orders and shipping your products to Amazon’s fulfillment centers. You want to make sure your products are properly labeled and packaged, and meet Amazon’s requirements for FBA. You can use Amazon’s shipping plan tool to create and manage your shipments to Amazon.

Finally, you need to list your products on Amazon. You want to set competitive price. You can also use Amazon’s advertising tools, like Sponsored Products or Sponsored Brands, to increase visibility and sales.

In summary, selling wholesale products on Amazon using FBA can be a profitable business if done correctly. You need to research profitable product niches, find a reliable supplier, negotiate pricing and terms, ship your products to Amazon’s fulfillment centers, and optimize your product listing. This course will provide you with the knowledge and tools to succeed in this business model. Good luck!

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What Will You Learn?

  • Introduction to Amazon
  • What is Amazon FBA Wholesale
  • Understanding Keepa, Smart Scout etc
  • Brand Hunting
  • Product Hunting
  • Product Research
  • Suppliers Contact
  • Scanning Products Sheet
  • Placing Order
  • Managing Inventory Inside Prep Center
  • Creating Shipment Plan
  • Managing Seller Central

Course Content

Amazon FBA Wholesale

  • Introduction
  • Lesson 01: Amazon FBA Wholesale Overview
  • Lesson 02: What is Amazon FBA Wholesale
  • Lesson 03: Difference between Wholesale & Private Label, FBA & FBM
  • Lesson 04: Types of Amazon Seller Accounts
  • Lesson 05: FBA Fee Structure
  • Lesson 06: Amazon FBA Wholesale Tools
  • Lesson 07: BSR, BUY BOX, UPC
  • Lesson 08: Wholesale Product Criteria
  • Lesson 09: Store Spy Method
  • Lesson 10: Brand Hunting Through Keepa
  • Lesson 11: Supplier Communication
  • Lesson 12: How to get approved by wholesale suppliers
  • Lesson 13: Understanding Keepa Graph
  • Lesson 14: Scanning Supplier Sheet Through Keepa
  • Lesson 15: Amazon Wholesale Product Listing
  • Lesson 16: Amazon FBA Wholesale Product Research
  • Lesson 17: Amazon Wholesale Product Hunting
  • Lesson 18: What is LLC & Why it is important for Amazon FBA
  • Lesson 19: How to find Amazon Wholesale Suppliers With Smart Scout
  • Lesson 20: Product Hunting And Sourcing Strategy
  • Lesson 21: Amazon Seller Central Overview
  • Lesson 22: How To Maintain Excel Sheet