How to sell on Amazon
By Guest Blogger Carol Denise Mitchell
1 Upload your inventory to customers
2 Customers see your product Worldwide
3 Customers Purchase your product
4 You ship product to customer – amazon
5 Amazon transfers payment into your bank account
Notifies you payment has been received
Selling on Amazon
Team up with the world's leading internet retailer and sell to millions of customers. With a monthly subscription fee of only $39.99 plus selling fees on items that sell, Selling on Amazon is a low-cost, low investment, incremental sales channel. If you are just getting started or looking to sell only a few products, sign up as an Individual seller.
Access to millions of customers shopping on Amazon.com
No per item listing or credit card fees
World class fraud protection
Upload Your Product Inventory
With Selling on Amazon, it's easy to upload your inventory. Once you've registered, use the Web-based tools, a free desktop software application, or text files to get up and running fast.
Customers See Your Products on Amazon.com
Amazon.com is a leading web site and is a stop for millions of online shoppers. By listing your products on Amazon.com, reach millions of potential customers every day.
Customers Purchase Your Products
Amazon.com makes buying your products a snap. With features like 1-Click and a brand millions of consumers trust, customers make quick, easy, worry-free purchases.
You Ship Products to Customers
Amazon notifies you by email when an order has been placed. You simply pack and ship your item to the customer (unless you let Fulfillment by Amazon do the work).
Amazon Transfers Payments to You
Amazon deposits payment into your bank account, and sends you an email notifying you that your payment has been sent.
Carol Denise Mitchell
Post Office Box 484
Concord, CA 9452200484
When I was looking for Carol's latest book, Rovella Starr, at Amazon, I saw that she was listed as a "seller" of the book, at a lower price than from Amazon. Naturally, I chose that lower price. But then I contacted Carol and asked that she provide a blog article about what selling is all about!ReplyDelete
Now, Carol, I must ask...isn't that a fairly high monthly cost for an author with, say 1, 2 or even 3 books?
Do you foresee getting that cost back through sales? If not, why did you choose this process over just having the regular selling activity occur, which, I assume, would also result in money coming your way???