As business owners, we are often our own worst enemy when it comes to achieving our goals, reaching our dreams, and creating the success we desire. We talk a lot about how to run a business, but it is also important to talk about the person behind the business. Your mindset, whether positive or negative, can be the single most important determining factor that can help you achieve your goals - or hold you back.
This episode is part of our Inner Entrepreneur Series. We discuss the top three...
Do you want to learn how to find products that will sell well on Amazon? During our 20 years of combined e-commerce experience, we can't wait to share what’s selling on Amazon in 2018. On this episode we talk about:
Policies and Agreements:...
Cordelia Blake is the CEO of Scanner Society, an online community for Amazon sellers wanting to improve their growth, succeed on Amazon, and share ideas, tips, and strategies with other Amazon sellers. She has been successfully selling on Amazon since 2013 and has extensive experience with online arbitrage, wholesale bundles, and private label retail. In addition to running the online community as well as her Amazon business, she offers coaching programs and workshops to help other Amazon...
Running a business is a balancing act. Having brilliant ideas about how to grow your Amazon business is great, but without the right tools and resources that would help you get, keep, and stay organized, you will be wasting time and money along the way. Insure the growth of your business -- start getting organized today.
In this episode, we’re sharing the resources that we use in our Amazon business. We’re sharing free and inexpensive software and apps that can make your lives...
Michele is a mom and wife who quit her day job of 22 years to start her own Amazon business. She used to work in senior management for a large company before she took the plunge to be a full-time Amazon business owner. Today, she lives in Orlando, Florida with her family - watching her child grow - and spending as much time as she wants with them.
Michele joins us on this episode to share what urged her to finally give up her day job to be a full-time Amazon business owner. She shares why...
Many believe that experience is the best teacher. While it may be for some, the downside is that once the mistake has been made, you can never undo it. For this reason, it is best to listen and learn from somebody else’s mistake to make sure you don’t go down the same path as you strive to grow your Amazon business.
Today, we’re sharing the top mistakes to avoid on your Amazon business. We share our stories, the mistakes we’ve made and the lessons we learned from them...
Ever dream about starting your own business but you are afraid it costs too much money? Have you heard of selling on Amazon? Do you know if it is right for you? In this episode of the Amazon Files, we show you how you can start, and grow a successful Amazon FBA business with just $500 of startup capital in 2018.
Air Date: December 4, 2017
While you’re still living the Q4 high, it’s time to start planning for 2018. We want to help you hit the ground running in the new year. We’re ready to take you beyond survival mode and into the exciting realm of real growth. We’ve both seen more than 2x growth in 2017. Interested in learning what helped us get there?
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Struggling to get things...
Air Date: November 27, 2017
With Copyright infringements, intellectual property rights, counterfeit claims and cease and desist letters, it is hard to keep up with all the rules Amazon has about these things. As an Amazon account specialist, Lesley has helped over 700 clients get reinstated with Amazon. She will be joining us live with tips and best practices to stay out of trouble with Amazon and on the right path to success.
Knowing When it's...
Air Date: November 20, 2017
The Amazon Selling platform is constantly evolving. With every change Amazon makes, we need to make changes as well. With new rules, changing policies and updates it is hard to keep track of everything. As you grow it is difficult to decide when change is needed. In this week’s episode, we’re going to share some of our own experiences to help you make the right decisions. Making changes can increase sales and reduce stress.