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August 5, 2015

#2 – Amazon FBA Sales: $0 to $20,000 in 7 Months

This is an overview of how I got to $20,000 in Sales on Amazon within 7 months (December 1 2014-July 1 2015).

1st 7 months Sales_Dashboard




Remember, I’m UK based but have been selling in the USA, so that’s the process I discuss.


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1. Product Research – http://www.junglescout.com/ (cost ca. $47 one off)

2.USA Trademark check: USPTO

Registering a company or otherwise preparing http://www.companiesmadesimple.com/

3. Signing up for a Seller Central Account.

4. Sourcing Products – finding a Supplier – www.alibaba.com

5. Product Listing – good photos, title, bullets, description

6. Get Reviews – http://www.snagshout.com/ OR http://amztracker.com/

7. Set up Amazon Ads, Check Stats & Tweak.

Above All: Find a community, Get Structured Training and – if possible – Have Regular Face to Face Meetings with other Entrepreneurs.

Isolation is a dream-killer! So connect to others & help each other.

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Watch How I made $20,000 in 6 months on Amazon with Private Label Products

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  1. Hi Michael

    Did you say specifically how you did 0-$20,000 in 7 months or did I miss it

    You said you had to move to london and you trained under Daniel and James and how there should be skin in the game but not how you did it

    If I missed I apologise


  2. Hi Anila,
    Thanks for your comment. It’s been a while since I recorded or listened to that episode so forgive me if it is not as clear as it could be.

    The intention was not to try to explain everything in 30 minutes or so (impossible obviously) but to give an overview of the process.

    I can see from the blog/show notes that that overview is given there. I’m not saying the podcast episode is perfect (I was and am still learning the craft!) but Perhaps it will help you to read those notes?

    Hope that helps!

    1. Hi Ali, yes that’s correct. The only thing that can transfer over from the UK to US is if you have the exact same product with no changes, the reviews from the US may display on your product listing in the UK or vice versa. That is apparently not a guarantee but I have had that happen with one product.
      Other than that they are treated as entirely separate things.

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