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Selling on Amazon vs Ebay | Where to Sell & Why( Link from CPCstrategy.com)

Frequently, sellers will threaten to leave Amazon for eBay when a big TOS change hits.

In a sense, those sellers are like North American voters who threaten to leave the US for Canada when the election doesn’t go their way–they usually stay.What we’re trying to say is, the point of this post isn’t to make an apples-to-apples comparison of two online marketplaces.

eBay is not a substitute for Amazon, nor should it be considered one. eBay’s CEO Devin Wenig has said before that he’s not trying to compete with Amazon. He’s just trying to create a better eBay. Instead, this post should give you a better sense of the major differences between these two marketplaces, and what you can expect from each one.

In the end, you may find that a strategy involving both platforms is necessary–or you’ll just confirm that you’ve already chosen the right marketplace for your products. If you want to jump to any subject in this post, simply click the links for that section.

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What to Sell on Amazon (Private Label Products)

What to Sell on Amazon (Private Label Products)

Deciding what to sell on Amazon can be daunting. Yet it’s the very first step in setting up a profitable FBA business.

That’s why in this article, you’ll learn how to brainstorm product ideas, verify demand for those products and then analyze the competition. Your goal is to find at least one private label product idea you’re willing to move forward with by the end.

Sound fair enough? Let’s begin.


How to Sell on Amazon and Win (for Beginners)

Sell on Amazon and Win

Knowing how to sell on Amazon gives you a key tool for financial security and freedom. It enables you to reach an ever-expanding market of hungry buyers, and offer them what they’re looking for… wallet out and ready to buy.

It’s not a walk in the park. Yet it’s also not the most difficult thing in the world. Millions of Amazon sellers worldwide have succeeded, and you can too.

This article is designed to show you what it takes to sell on Amazon. When you finish it, you will know three things:

  • Whether or not selling on Amazon is for you
  • How to start off on the right foot so you don’t waste precious time and resources
  • What successful sellers already know that you probably don’t


17+ Amazon Seller Central Secrets

Ultimate Guide to Amazon Seller Central by AMZTracker.com

Amazon Seller Central is the tool we can use to sell millions, tens of millions, even hundreds of millions of dollars of physical product online. So it’s worth mastering. 

In this guide, I’ll briefly cover the features of Amazon Seller Central. Then I’ll share 17+ expert tips that can take your store to the next level, including:

  • The biggest problem big-time Amazon sellers have (it’s not sales) and how to avoid it
  • How to price your products while they’re being shipped to Amazon to prevent losing cash once they arrive
  • How to know if your product will sell big in Q4 (Christmas time) and how much more you should order if so
  • How to identify dead inventory and three strategies to make the best out of it
  • Consumer pricing psychology to help you stand out from the competition
  • What to do if your competitor initiates a price war
  • What to do if Amazon initiates a price war
  • What several pages of “Pending Orders” could mean
  • How to track off-Amazon advertising to see if it’s driving Amazon sales
  • The 3 SellerCentral reports you need to prepare for tax season
  • How to remove 90% of negative seller feedback from your store
  • 3 ways to reverse negative product reviews
  • The best free resource for advanced Amazon help
  • What to do if you want to post on Amazon Seller Central forums without giving away your business to hungry, talented competitors
  • What to do in Amazon Seller Central if you’re going on vacation
  • How Amazon has your back on customer “Buyer’s Remorse” and can save you money on returns
  • And more


Advanced Amazon FBA Sellers Guide to Finding Your Sourcing Agent in China

Many US and international based Amazon sellers rely on Chinese manufacturing. But not all manufacturers are equal. And if you have a great supplier, it can be a leg up on your competition. Hence more sellers are becoming aware the benefit of using sourcing services to find top suppliers.

We spoke to Christian Potts, CEO of Tao Consultants — a sourcing consultancy based in Shenzhen — to get his views on the state of sourcing in China. Christian has a wealth of experience with 5 years of experience in China helping both start ups and large organisations with their sourcing needs. In this article, you’ll learn how to find the right sourcing agent for your Amazon business.


5 Reasons Why Amazon Sellers Are Turning to Repricing Software to Stay Competitive

Guest blog by Chris Dunne from RepricerExpress

Getting your pricing strategy right is one of the most important parts of selling on Amazon where prices are changing constantly. There are two ways you can manage your prices on Amazon — manually or automatically using a repricer.

The latter is suitable if you’re a casual seller with a small number of SKUs or don’t mind dedicating hours of your week checking your competition and manually updating your prices. However, if you’re a serious seller, moving to an automated repricing software to keep your prices competitive is a smart move.

Let’s look at some of the reasons why.


Global Sources Summit April 2017 Recap: Key Takeaways from 20+ Amazon Experts

On April 17-19 Global Sources held a 3 day online seller conference at the Asia World Expo in Hong Kong. The event brought together online and Amazon sellers together to learn from a wide range of speakers to help grow their eCommerce businesses. The event featured over 20 speakers covering a range of topics from sourcing, quality control, logistics to diversifying your business outside of Amazon and selling your business. Over 100 people attended from all over the world ranging from those just getting started to veteran Amazon sellers.

To those who couldn’t make it out to Hong Kong, not to worry they will be holding another summit in October. But in the meantime,  here is a recap of all the talks along with key takeaways from each of the speakers.


How to Prevent Picking a Trademarked Brand Name for Your Amazon Business

Nowadays, with the Amazon marketplace getting very competitive, it is more important than ever to build a brandBuilding a brand starts with picking the right name. You do not want to pick a brand name that is already in use or even trademarked.

Customers love great products. If you are able to create a positive customer experience, your customers will start associating your brand with quality. This will result in generating more sales. Especially when you start selling more products in the same niche. Also, a high-perceived brand value will make your listing stand out among the competition. Even if they sell the exact same private label product as you!


This Week in AMZ #16: Book Sellers Turn to eBay and More

Increased Amazon Fees Pushes Books Sellers to eBay


Two major changes have affected book sellers on Amazon since March:

  1. Sellers could set their own shipping price.
  2. Fees increased from $1.50 to $1.80 per item. Plus, instead of calculating 15% off the item price it’s now 15% of the sales price plus shipping.

Marketplace Pulse looked at the feedback received by book sellers on both Amazon and eBay to see how this changed over time.

While the site acknowledges feedback is not the same as sales, it can provide an indication. After Amazon implemented the changes on March 1, the site saw a 25% decrease in book seller feedback.

On the flip side, eBay book seller feedback increased by 15%.

With increases in selling fees and higher risk not selling due to high storage fees, sellers should shift their focus on other items. Physical books have become much less profitable than they used to be.

But thankfully you have a wide range of products to choose from now as a seller.