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Does anyone know exactly what products the OP’s are selling/sold on Amazon? I think someone on this thread said they know and I would greatly appreciate if they shared it here as that would answer a lot of questions I have. Thanks in advance.

6.) I have sold on Amazon Fulfillment and with a good product that I have gotten at a good price but sometimes it does not really generate that much profit ..maybe 10%. Understand that on Amazon Fulfillment you pay lots of fees as as well as the commission and the cost to ship it to the Amazon warehouses

This thread is a perfect example of why I love the WF. Lots of good information, including the potential price range. Thanks to those you who expressed their opinion and their insight about Amazon selling. I have watched the first three videos and read their PDFs and I feel like I have learned a lot and now I have learned more from this thread.

I did try to learn the info in it but it was so bland that not knowing about how to brand products or anything it did not make sense to me at all.I learned more about branding and how to brand a product watching Matt & Jason’s google hangout yesterday for 2 hours then I did watching all the videos in The Proven Amazon System.

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I’ve been getting great sales of some of my products in Amazon and I have done exactly nothing, zero, narda, not even a single press release or video, just listed the product and it started selling from day 1

based on my journey and another member who has absolute zero experience with FBA private labeling. I think I have been doing ok for the 4 months in this business. I have been making $200 on avg a day profit, plenty of room to build on this with more products, I currently have 1 selling ok, and just added another one within the last few days.

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Fix up their product images. Some buy from Alibaba and sell to Amazon, so the products have watermarks which I clean. Also I do white backgrounds for the products or put their labels over bottles, digitally.

Wow, I thought this thread was dead, I was wrong. @shabit87, I hear you, I had the same thoughts too. But you have one thing over me, I didnt have any experience on PL that sort of thing. It is trial n error, I know a lot of people would say its my money, I want a home run, or will I make my money back. The truth is, yes you will make your money back, however if http://business.starkvilledailynews.com/starkvilledailynews/news/read/35644596 has a dud product it would take much longer to get your investment back. Which is why I only invest 50 – 100 units to test the water. With a lot of planning I have only had one dud product which is selling 1 – 2 a day. Your research is very important not only on Amazon but on google.

Now we are in agreement on that, but here is where it gets sticky: is the seller well versed enough in the industry to be well aware of ALL of a particular company’s designs to know when they are or are not potentially infringing upon a design?

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There’s definitely some stuff that I think should have been covered, and I think Matt and Jason should have been more available in the forums, but given the nature of the business model, I don’t think it’s possible for them to have covered everything.

Ask yourself this: if it’s so easy to do, and if the money is so big, why wouldn’t all the folks on their support team do it, too? Why waste your time selling something, if you can do so much better selling it to somebody else?

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Now with that being said, some will say, ok, maybe there will be plenty of opportunity, but not as good as it was before. And to that, i say, i agree. That’s just reality coupled with common sense. More players in the game will make it more difficult then it was before.

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My numbers are improving each week, and I’m on either page 1 or 2 for most of my top keywords, and climbing.(I opened at page 14 for my top keywords) At this point, most of the brands ranked above me are nationally known brands.

I did the same thing for awhile and had great success with it, but it was always an issue with quality control for me with my suppliers who were willing to drop ship. They had good products, but most of the suppliers I used couldn’t consistently deliver quality products that didn’t break down. I think I had around 30% defect rate, which isn’t good for customer returns and service.

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