Amazon Blog News: Weekly Roundup 01.09.17

Amazon Blog News Weekly Roundup


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Every week we curate what we believe are the most relevant and practical blogs out there in the “Amosphere” (hee hee, get it?).  We’ve organized the blog’s most recent or most important strategies, news or how-to articles so you have one centralized place to visit for all of your Amazon news.  If you feel there is a blog worth considering then please comment below to alert us and we’ll check it out.

Caleb shows us in this post that it’s possible to source books on vacation to pay for your time away.  He breaks down his complete sourcing trip through 5 different states and the incredible profit return on those books which more than paid for his trip.  Probably 10X’d the cost of his trip in profit.   Check out his post here:

Sourcing Books to Pay for Your Vacation

Nate McCallister breaks down what an Amazon Inventory Prep company can do for you and your business in this latest article.  Prep companies are new business model over the last 10 years and have been completely born of the wholesale and RA industry. Check out their post here:

What is an Amazon Prep Company?

Spencer Haws has been blogging for years about internet marketing and just overall making money online but recently he’s been doing a lot of Amazon FBA selling and he’s taking everyone on that journey with him.  He’s had some fantastic results in the private label area and he’s worth a bookmark on your browser for sure.  This is his most recent article:

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7 Lesson Learned Launching Products on Amazon

AccelerList is hosting an informational webinar with Caleb Roth “The Book Flipper” on January 22nd about everything Amazon in 2017, the new Amazon fees structure, profit and loss and accounting.  Seating is limited and we’re almost at 100 attendees.  If you would like to register for the webinr, please add your name here.

Ryan Grant discusses the pros and cons of wholesale and if Amazon is leaning towards this model in the future because of all of the brand restrictions that Amazon has been putting in place recently.  Read it here:

Does Amazon want you to sell wholesale?

Stephen discusses best practices for handling taxes in your Amazon business in his latest article.  We disagree with him over using TaxJar to automate things and believe all you need is a $10 service like GoDaddy Bookkeeping instead of a $50 service from TaxJar but we’ll let you decide for yourself:

4 Tips for Handling Amazon FBA taxes



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