Posted: July 21, 2018Here is a look at the Google search trend for "Amazon FBA" in the United States. The graph below clearly shows that searches for Amazon FBA peaked in November-December of 2017.
When simplifying the search query to "FBA" the same trend is apparent.
Why are less people looking for information about FBA on Google in July 2018 than November-December of 2017? Is there less buzz or hype about Amazon's FBA program because there is less success? Or could it be that people now so overwhelmed and/or confused with the information returned in Google search results that they are not returning to search for FBA again?
Last post update: June 27, 2018I've been looking for inspiration to increase my income and discovered people using the Amazon.com sellers program with positive results. The introduction to the Amazon.com sellers program reads: "Since 2000, Selling on Amazon has been helping individuals and businesses increase sales and reach new customers. Today, more than 40% of Amazon's total unit sales come from third-party selection."
Amazon offers a shipping service for sellers known as FBA (Fulfillment By Amazon) where Amazon takes over shipping responsibilities from the seller: "you store your products in Amazon's fulfillment centers, and we pick, pack, ship, and provide customer service for these products."
These are some Amazon sellers who have got my attention. Keep in mind that when a seller displays revenue earnings, often they do not show their net profit, however, showing viewers that they are actually generating income for me is an important first step to establishing trust.
Andrew Minalto shows 30 days worth of Amazon UK FBA sales and his net profit for those 30 days. Andrew says he once sold on eBay but believes the Amazon Sellers program is the future. He offers many comparisons of the 2 companies head-to-head with his opinion that Amazon will be the clear leader in the years to come. Like many who create in-depth videos on the Amazon Sellers program, he promotes a "how-to" program for a fee.
Andrew Minalto's YouTube channel.
Henry "Tech Daddy" Sanchez sells on Amazon and will teach you his methods on how to sell for fee. Part of Henry's philosophy is you don't need to sell dozens of products to be successful; selling just one can be very profitable.
Henry "Tech Daddy" Sanchez's YouTube channel.
Matt Loberstein shows his total sales number for 1 month and reminds us that after various fees are factored in, that number falls quite a bit. But a $28,000 profit using the sellers program would be a dream come true for most.
Matt Loberstein's YouTube channel.
Nick Bosch and Jerold Tan-Franco of Every Mans Empire are partaking in Amazon sellers FBA program. I find it very motivating and inspiring when someone shares earnings proof as well as helpful tips like these two.
Nick Bosch and Jerold Tan-Franco of Every Mans Empire's YouTube channel.
Tanner J Fox comes across as one the more knowledgeable sellers. He offers a paid training course but puts out a lot of free info. on his YouTube channel, including specific details about his personal business strategies. Hopefully you can benefit from his free vidoes; I feel I have.
Tanner J Fox's YouTube channel.
Jim, who refers to himself as FBA Boss is a new YouTube channel with only one video (as of May 1, 2018) but in that lone video he covers at length his progress as a seller from the beginning to where he is now. If you aren't interested in business stats (you probably should be) you might consider this video to be a yawner but I thoroughly enjoyed the minutia.
The FBA Boss YouTube channel.