SECTION I (Product Research & Selection)
There are a lot of factors that play a role in choosing a winning product. It comes down to extensive research and cross-data analysis on multiple, reliable softwares that harvest product and seller data from Amazon.com Products must have MERITS. Merits include a product that is in demand proven by BSR (best seller rank) and monthly sales analysis, but have poor customer feedback and poor listing quality, low competition, and low sourcing costs yet high margins. Here's a quick list of things to analyze that absolutely matter......
- The greatest platform for E-commerce. Makes everything from A-Z simple and efficient.
- Freelance work for cheap. Be careful who you use, as everyone has a different skill set that may not translate over to other areas. For example someone who creates quick video animations may not be right for menu design.
Fear fear itself.
In business and in life, the one thing that prevents positive change is fear.
The world cycles through new and old, phases through good and bad, repositions the “numbers ones,” gives weight to the light, and accelerates the persistent.
It’s a crucial element of sustainability.
Your customers are your oxygen supply. If they disappear, so do you.
What you do right for someone can come back many times more by a “different someone.”
Customer service breaks down into several categories:
Believe it or not, disaster stories from Amazon sellers are as plentiful as the the number of products sold on Amazon. What sellers criticize most are the enormous seller fees, product suppressions, account suspensions, replacement products sent by Amazon without consent, and competition with Amazon-owned brands, along with a pamphlet of other issues that cost Amazon sellers greatly.