Amazon FBA: How Finding Your Niche Can Turn You into a Six-Figure Seller
Amazon FBA offers an amazing opportunity to sellers.
It gives you a place to store all of your merchandise. In that sense, it’s just like any other warehouse.
But it gives you so much more than that. When you sign up to FBA, you take tons of hard work out of your own hands. Amazon will handle your shipping and customer service for you, which means you can focus on finding great products.
And therein lies the question.
How do you find the products you need to succeed with Amazon FBA?
It all comes down to finding your niche.
If you can identify a gap in the market that your products can fill, you’ll become a success using Amazon FBA.
That leads us to another question.
How do you find your niche?
You’re looking to strike the balance between supply and demand.
There needs to be enough demand for the product you’re considering to make it a worthwhile investment. However, you need to ensure that there aren’t already tons of sellers meeting that demand.
I have a tool that I like to use to help with this. Best of all, it’s freely available to everybody.
I’m talking about the Google AdWords Keyword Tool.
Using this, you can search for all sorts of different product types. The tool tells you how many people search for the keywords you enter, which allows you to establish demand.
Once you’ve found a promising niche, you head to Amazon. Search for that same keyword and see what pops up.
If there aren’t many products, or there are loads of rubbish products, you’ve found a niche.
Develop a great product and get it listed.
If all goes well, you’ll offer something that meets a consumer demand that other sellers aren’t meeting.
Best of all, this is a repeatable tip. Once you established one niche, you can go back to the Keyword Tool to look for more.
That’s just one example of the steps you can take to find a great product to sell. I have so much more to share with you.Book a discovery call with my team today to learn more about establishing your niche and become a successful seller on Amazon.
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