- Choose a private label product to sell.
- Research about your competitors (Reviews, Pricing, Best-Sellers rank).
- Find the right supplier for your private label product. Take the following factors into consideration when selecting a supplier: Minimum order size, Cost of Goods, Order lead time and Private Label policy.
- Brand your product. Tipp: If you’re unsure about where to start, consider working with freelancers. There are countless of highly skilled designers and advertisers out there that can help with the right branding strategy for your private label product.
- Create your Amazon Listing.
- Protect your product. Make sure to include your brand name and a logo in the listing, consider trademark registration if you plan to sell outside Amazon and think about listing your product on Amazon Brand Registry.
- Take advantage of FBA. Although Amazon takes a small fee for handling your storage and shipments it offers some undeniably beneficial advantages:
- Save time for day-to-day work related to storage, shipments, returns and customer service
- FBA items automatically quality for Prime shipping
- FBA sellers often appear higher in the search rankings
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