It is still viable – if you can invent something, it does give you a major advantage.
PL still works but not in commodities.
And you need to differentiate. You can’t just put your logo on something from Alibaba.
Read the reviews and you’ll have to work with the manufacturer to fix that
You can differentiate with packaging, bundling, etc.
You have to put up a bit of a moat.
In this part of the conversation with Sean Elias of Helium10, we discuss more of the tools offered by Helium10, and important steps in the private label launch process. To hear part 1 of this interview, please to amazingfba.com/SeanE.
In this episode, I talk with Sean Elias of Helium10 where he tells us how he got started with the company, what Helium10 is, the different tools offered for Amazon sellers, and how to choose an Amazon product.
Today I want to address something that feels like it’s for beginners, but everybody I’ve met in business, and in life, needs to reflect on this profound thought. In this episode, we will discuss the sunk cost fallacy, and knowing when to stay invested in an idea or product, and when to move on. Doing proper Amazon product research is important to avoid this.
One of the biggest problems sellers face on Amazon is finding the right product. The key is to try and eliminate every idea you can and only pursue the products you can’t find a good reason to ignore. In this episode, I will go over my process of product elimination. This is just one lesson in my new course, Product Launch Process.
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Hello and welcome back to Amazing FBA. Today we’re diving into part two of the interview I did with my wonderful business partner, Rob Sleath. Last week we focused on product photography for sellers and products new to Amazon. This time we’ll be covering strategies to use with professional product photographers.
Today I welcome my amazing business partner Rob Sleath of MightyServices to talk about ecommerce photography. You could say Rob has never really had a job. He did three months as a temp during Christmas. Beyond that everything else he’s done has been digital, online, and ecommerce related. His formal education is in nuclear physics. In a nutshell, he likes numbers.
On this instalment of Amazing FBA, 10k Collective member Ashley Pearce returns with part two of our interview. If you missed part one and you’re a seller new to Amazon, make sure you go back and take a listen to Episode 252. If you’re already caught up, today we’re going to be talking about scaling a business; specifically scaling a business up to $1 million in turnover per year.
Welcome back to Amazing FBA. I’ve got part two of my interview with Chris Rawlings of Judoluanch, and today we’re talking about product launch on Amazon. If you missed part one of our conversation, you can find it here.