Amazon FBA Pro tips – 2019 Update

Meet Steve, professional Amazon FBA seller.

You probably remember him from our old videos from China Canton Fair Trip?

This year Steve is sharing his insights on Amazon FBA

.- Does it work?

– What changed?

– Min Quantity to start?

– Main mistakes?

– Where to find suppliers and more insights from the Italian mountain in Dolomites!

Lets have a great year again!

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 peter jr says at 22:47 et
I just got my first Shopify store installed by following your videos and now adding the essential apps to boost the sales like you suggested. Great stuff, i am super pumped to start selling!
 
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 Claudia says at 20:56 et
Name one thing that you or your business has struggled with this year?
 
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 USA says at 20:56 et
Motivation and Traffic
 
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 Aria says at 20:57 et
I have more ideas than time to implement them
 
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 Wolf says at 20:57 et
Conversions
 
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 ED says at 20:57 et
Conversions too. Glad I'm not the only one
 
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 Chris says at 20:57 et
Keeping up with stock levels. I always sell out and run out of stock too fast.. Hard to predict what will sell so well
 
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 mya says at 20:58 et
Weight loss lol
 
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 JO says at 20:58 et
Traffic and conversion...Planning to implement new FB strategy from your mastery video!
 
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 tyro_meg says at 21:48 et
Wondering if you guys and take a look at my situation? Running FB ads and getting like 200 visitors a day but zero conversions!

thanks a lot!
 
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 Claudia says at 21:48 et
Seems like you are not doing it right.. check the new FB mastery bonus series in the VIDEOS.. You need to target right audience with right ads! It's really helpful stuff there.
 
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 freedom says at 21:49 et
Also about FB... FB video ads.. should i try with voice or muted?
 
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 little_tiger says at 21:49 et
Most people watch their videos muted so it has to make sense without audio. With captions too if possible.. Attention span is 15-60 seconds. Remember facebook counts a video view as something like 3 seconds so its better to ignore views and track engagement.
 
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 Evan says at 22:18 et
I am planning on going to China in late April to meet suppliers and Canton fair.
 
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 karina says at 22:19 et
Great idea Evan! Do we need visa for CHina?
 
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 Spider Fuji says at 22:19 et
who "we"? most europeans and USA guys need yes but it's a formality... book the flights and hotels and you get it.
 
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 Speedy says at 22:20 et
What's canton fair?
 
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 Claudia says at 22:21 et
China Import and Export Fair, also known as the Canton Fair, is held biannually in Guangzhou every spring and
autumn, with a history of 55 years since 1957. The Fair is a comprehensive one with the longest history, the
highest level, the largest scale, the most complete exhibit variety, the broadest distribution of overseas buyers and
the greatest business turnover in China http://www.cantonfair.org.cn/en/index.aspx
 
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 Gab says at 22:23 et
Amazoners... with new UPC rules, is it better to print the FNSKU directly onto the product instead of a UPC?
 
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 Alice says at 22:23 et
yes i did it and it worked fine
 
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 Ethan says at 23:18 et
Looking for product to sell... Selling mobile accessories is a good idea or not ?
 
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 Midas says at 23:19 et
Bad idea, totally crowded with big sellers with deep pockets, Too easy to copy any product, too much competition also
 
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 Ron says at 09:15 et
where to find local suppliers?
 
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 Aria says at 09:16 et
see resources... for example http://www.wholesalecentral.com/Made-In-USA.html or salehooo
 
Butz says at 13:47 et
Does this work for residents in Australia?
 
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 Claudia says at 13:48 et
of course. You dont need to live in USA to get started.. In fact, I am not even from USA but I sell on Amazon and Shopify just fine! It does not matter where you live, it matters where you SELL.
 
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Tiabrihani says at 12:32 et
Hello everyone, I am so grateful to be a member of this program, I have just started
 
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Andres says at 10:01 et
Hello Im a fresh rookie Im a little confused on the Goal of 45,000.00 .....It reads...."Our goal is to make at least $10 per product per sale and at least make 10 sales per
day from each product, which means from five products, we are going to make
$45,000 at least per month plus your Shopify store profits and, of course, minus the
cost of sales, production, shipping and advertising. Our estimated profit is $45,000
per month. Well you can’t live with that but you would agree it’s a good start "

Is that goal only when you start with Amazon, or still good if you take the Shopify to start with...?
 
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 Mike says at 10:02 et
Welcome Andres. $10 per product per sale and 10 sales is a universal rule of thumb for any ecommerce store. 10-10 rule some people call it. It's same rule no matter if you start shopify or amazon or even better BOTH channels combined.
 
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 Diego says at 10:04 et
I agree, starting both is a way to go, you never know the future and which source will be more profitable for your product or niche! Good luck!
 
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 meni says at 05:04 et
Great tips, thx guys!
 
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 Mike says at 10:18 et
New video added: "Sellers Summit conference insights: How to choose the right product?" in the FBA Mastery Bonus Section. Enjoy!
 
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 Highlander says at 10:19 et
thank you for continues support mike!
 
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 Tyro Meg says at 16:05 et
great video, thank you for sharing!!
 
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 rick says at 02:28 et
New store is in Critics http://sellslikehotcakes.co/wall.php come and post your feedback to help fellow seller
 
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Brian says at 14:36 et
How do you know which products to use on the homepage slideshow of your site?
 
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 Ted says at 14:37 et
Use the best selling products of your website of course. You can also do the seasonal offers there (like Halloween, Christmas etc)
 
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Brian says at 18:55 et
Thank you Ted. I feel silly asking newbie questions, but it's the only way I'll get over the hump of launching my first store.