- The next thing you need to consider are the fees…Amazon will charge you for selling your products.…You can find details about these fees in various places.…Search for fees and pricing…in Amazon's Help system, for instance,…or use one of the various pricing links you'll find…on the Selling on Amazon pages.…Unfortunately, there are a number of nuggets…of misinformation mixed in with useful data.…In fact, at the time I put together this video course,…Amazon's various shipping fees pages were a bit of a mess…with contradictory and ambiguous information.…
Read one to get one story…and another to get a different story.…Here's the scoop, at least at the current time.…There are essentially two fees we need to look at,…referral fees, a percentage of the transaction…with, in many categories, a minimum charge,…and variable closing fees, which are, ironically,…either a fixed fee per item, a percentage…of the shipping charge, or a combination of…a fixed fee and a fee multiplied by product weight.…We'll also be looking at shipping credits,…
- Understanding the Amazon Marketplace
- Listing against an existing product
- Reviewing shipping options
- Paying referral and closing fees
- Setting up an account
- Listing products individually or en masse
- Dealing with taxes
- Shipping products
- Managing inventory
- Creating reports
- Handling customer feedback
Skill Level Beginner
1. Understanding the Amazon Marketplace
2. Setting Up an Account
3. Creating and Pricing Listings
4. Shipping Products
"Shipping" your FBA orders1m 45s
5. Managing Your Business in Seller Central
6. Managing Customers and Reviews
Seeing how Amazon rates you9m 35s
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