By Jordan Malik, MBA/MS & Award-Winning Amazon Pro Merchant & eBay Top Seller

Sunday

Amazon.com CEO's Commitment to Sellers like Us

NOTE: This blog has moved to: http://www.HonestOnlineSelling.com

If you sell on Amazon now (or you're considering it), you'll want to read this:

Jeff Bezos, Amazon.com's CEO, recently spoke with AuctionBytes.com and said:

"'[Amazon.com's] goal is to have every single product that you might want to buy, not necessarily directly, but including through third-party sellers, available for very fast delivery."

This is why Amazon.com treats its sellers so well (especially compared to eBay), because Amazon.com wants to make virtually every product imaginable to its customers. This includes the products that 3rd party sellers like me (and others) find 'out there' in your neighborhood stores, thrift stores, yard sales, and libraries.

If you haven't started selling on Amazon yet, you should start today. It's hands-down one of the easiest and fastest ways to start earning a part- or full-time income.

Here are few ways you can begin learning (I posted this on my last post, so forgive me if this sounds redundant):

TO LEARN for FREE: Download this step-by-step guide showing you how to sell used and new media (Books, CDs, and DVDs) via Amazon FBA.

For 'Everything you Need to Know, and 'hand-held' assistance, take the Proven Amazon Course by Jim Cockrum ($189 is all you'll pay for lifetime access - and it's worth every penny)

If you already sell books/cds, etc. but you want to expand your offerings to TOYS and GAMES, Get my 'Amazon Inventory Secrets' Bundle ($37 with a 60-day Full Money Back Satisfaction Guarantee).

See you on the other side,
-J.B. Malik

2 comments:

Maureen said...

Jeff Bezos is a great CEO - really level headed.

eBay is trying to be too many things at once: an auction house and a direct competitor to Amazon, Best Buy and Gazelle.

Thanks for the link!

J.B. Malik said...

@Maureen - I agree, it's fun to watch eBay scramble to try to keep up. It's also interesting to see competitors (i.e. Shoprunner.com) try to take on Amazon.com's 2-day shipping service (Amazon Prime), and (in Shoprunner's case) miserably fail at it.