How To List Your First Product On Amazon in 2020 | Step-By-Step FBA Tutorial

How To List Your First Product On Amazon in 2020 | Step-By-Step FBA Tutorial

Today’s video is a step-by-step FBA tutorial that we get a lot of questions about. Let’s dive into how to list your first product on Amazon in 2020!

So you’ve taken the steps you need to become an Amazon seller… and it’s finally time to list your first product!

Listing products might seem like a piece of cake, but we’ve learned some tips and tricks over the years that are bound to save you some time, effort, and money when you’re listing your first product.

In today’s video, we’re doing a step-by-step walkthrough of Seller Central, plus giving you a ton of helpful tips to make your first Amazon product listing a success!

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2 thoughts on “How To List Your First Product On Amazon in 2020 | Step-By-Step FBA Tutorial

  1. Hi Guys!
    Love the video! What criteria should I set to the products that I'm searching for? Here are some of the criteria I have in mind for now? Please make me wrong if there is something your think is weird or something like that 🙂
    (This is my notes that I've been taken and copied from my own doc documents )

    Profit: Make sure the ROI is more than 20% (My criteria of this will change in the future, when the whole system is set up)

    Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
    The amazon best sellers rank has to be below 100.000, because that means that the product sell well and quickly.

    The Amazon Reviews should have at least 3 stars (it's not always 100% Neccesary, if the Best Sellers Rank is Below 100.000). That tell us that the product is a high quality product and that people like what they have bought. (Customers comes always first)
    Also make sure that the product has more than 1 review.

    Before you start to analyse the products, make sure amazon doesn't sell the product. That makes the product too competitive and we will not end up in a situation were we will compete about the buy box against amazon.

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