Where should you start selling first as an Amazon seller?

I generally recommend starting in the USA as it’s a massive market, in which Amazon dominates online sales.

In fact, roughly 50% of online product searches start on Amazon in the States.

However, once you get up and going with selling in Amazon USA, you can quickly boost your sales by expanding to the UK…Europe…Japan etc. Australia.

That’s because you can register as a seller in nearly all of the major Amazon marketplace in the world.

This gives you access to an international market where you can offer in-demand products.

Better yet, with FBA (Fulfillment by Amazon) Amazon can take the toughest part of the job off your hands in those countries.

For a fee, FBA covers inventory storage, packaging and shipping, customer care, and more.

This means you can focus on growing your online business from anywhere in the world and let Amazon handle the logistics.

As a result, you get to spend more time on things that matter, such as product selection and marketing.

Because of this, it’s never been easier to gain access to a global market.

All it takes is choosing products that possess the biggest potential, and you can build a customer base that can take you places.

And with FBA, the amount of repetitive, low-value work is minimal. Amazon will ensure timely product delivery and great customer service, helping you build a great reputation for your business.

So, what are you waiting for?  Let’s get you moving now with your own global Amazon business.

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