Are you new to Amazon? Thinking of opening up your online business but don’t know where to start? Are you overwhelmed with all the information from YouTube and Facebook? It’s easy to get stuck in analysis paralysis when you’re new to selling on Amazon (or to eCommerce in general), but that’s okay. While the struggle is certainly real, starting an Amazon business is a legitimate way to find financial success and achieve your goals in life.
Today, I discuss five things you need to know to help you get started selling on Amazon. I share my story of getting started in Ecommerce and how I transitioned from selling used books to selling wholesale bundles on Amazon. I reveal how you can start selling online for as low as $500 and how you can budget your initial investment. I also discuss what an inventory-based business means and explain why you need to think about the reason you want to begin your Amazon journey.
“Commit to yourself. Commit to the results you want. An Amazon business takes time and consistency, just like in any other businesses.” - Kristin Ostrander
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