What Are the Easiest Products to Sell on Amazon? – Amazon Seller Secrets Revealed
Getting started selling products on Amazon doesn’t have to be hard–the easiest products to sell on Amazon have a few qualities in common that every new seller should recognize.
For those just learning how to sell on Amazon, knowing which items to sell can be a daunting task. Beyond knowing what to sell, you should also recognize the best way in which to sell a product for it to be successful.
In this episode of Amazon Seller Secrets Revealed by the AMPM Podcast, three successful sellers come together to share what they feel are the easiest products to sell on Amazon.
Today’s question regarding a beginner’s goldmine for easy products to sell is:
“What Do You Think Are the Easiest Products to Start Selling on Amazon?”
See the full Amazon Seller Secrets Revealed video here:
Here is a more in-depth look at the expert answers:
The easiest products to sell on Amazon are…
Steve Chou, Host of MyWifeQuitHerJob Podcast
“I recommend products to sell that are right under the radar. I like to sell products that will generate maybe $5000 or $6000 a month. There is a lot of malicious activity going on within Amazon.
If you have a best seller right now, chances are someone in China or wherever is going to attack you or hijack you. By picking more of the lower competition products and building up your revenue that way–that’s a lot easier way to start than say going after a six-figure product.”
Bernie Thompson, CEO of Plugable & Efficient Era
“…ones that can be marketed more easily, therefore be ones that can be an impulse purchase. There are a lot of products that are not impulse purchases and are harder to market. So if you’ve got something that you can dangle a discount or advertise for and it’s going to move people, it’s a lot easier to get started with that kind of product.
Nick Katz, The Japan Guy
“…existing brands. There are a lot of companies out there who don’t have an Amazon strategy, or at least a cohesive Amazon strategy. So you can actually approach these brands and ask them if you can represent them in a certain Amazon market.
So you can take an American brand and I might want to sell it in Japan for example. You don’t need to do product development [and] they’ll probably have photos. You just need to do the listings, the marketing in your market–that is way easier, quicker, and cheaper way of starting.”