The Amazon Seller Podcast – Private Label Show For Amazon FBA, Amazing e-Commerce Sellers – Sharing Amazon Secrets
About This Show
The Amazon Seller Podcast is brought to you by multi million dollar private label sellers who share the advanced selling strategies related to Amazon FBA that they use every day. We got started with Retail Arbitrage, Online Arbitrage - using tools like Tactical Arbitrage, and now are full-time brand builders/private label sellers. Learn how to find private label products to sell, import by sea & air from China, how to launch your product on the Amazon marketplace, promote, use Amazon Sponsored Ads and become successful with your own private label product. Join Andy Slamans and Liran Hirschkorn as they help you to become a better private label seller, entrepreneur & e-commerce all-star on Amazon FBA.
Most Recent Episode
Private Label Partnership: What You Need to Know
4 days ago
Love them or hate them, we list why you should consider forming a Private Label Partnership and what you should avoid when building your Amazon business. Private Label Partnership: What You Need to Know In this episode, we discuss what a Private Label Partnership means and what you should consider when forming one. Whether you love them or hate them or never thought about it before, Andy Slamans shares his experience with partnerships. This is a companion episode to our previous Wholesaling Your Private Label Products to Other Amazon Sellers. The following list will help you gauge the benefits of forming a Private Label Partnership: If you have low capital, or if you are inexperienced with launching your first product. For the most part, buying a product and shipping it from overseas requires a much larger initial capital investment than domestic purchases. It can be unsettling to put forth all that money if you are not sure what you are doing. The best way to get your foot in the door with the PL process is to seek out someone who has launched their first successful product. That partner can help calm your fears about parting with so much cash, and can ease you into the process. Consider cutting your purchasing costs in half by asking to share the cost of the initial purchase with a trusted partner. Another aspect of launching your first product is understanding the MOQ process--or Minimum Order Quantity. Most sellers starting out struggle with meeting this amount because they're short on cash. They may also be timid about negotiating for a lower price per piece. A partnership not only gives you more capital to meet the MOQ, it gives you the "muscle" that shows the supplier you're a serious buyer. If you struggle with the prepping and shipping process.