Posts in the Running the Business category discuss the less-fun but necessary part of being a PrivateLabelPreneur. Think record keeping, sales tax, etc.
Category: Running The Business
Trademark Advice for Amazon Sellers with Suzi Hixon — Entrepreneur Unveiled Series #002 About the Series The Entrepreneur Unveiled is a series of interviews with entrepreneurs at varying levels of building their online business. The goal is to have an open dialog about what it’s like to be in the ...READ MORE +
Oops. I'm Undercharging For Shipping! I feel kind of stupid writing this post. Why? Because I've been selling on Amazon for over two years and I just now discovered that Amazon charges a "shipping commission" on FBM sales (Fulfillment by Merchant). Yep, that's right. When you buy your shipping ...READ MORE +
The Hijackers Are Getting More Sophisticated. If you've been selling on Amazon for any length of time, you've likely had a listing "hijacked." I wrote about my experience last year in this post. But recently I discovered that Amazon FBA listing hijackers are getting more sophisticated and you have ...READ MORE +
How I Kicked a Hijacker Off My Amazon Listing As you build your business, you'll find that you also have to protect it. One of the beauties of private labeling is that you can create listings on Amazon and be the only seller. It's your brand, your product. That is until someone starts tromping ...READ MORE +
Without an easy record keeping system tax time will make you nuts! If you know much about me, you know I started selling online using retail arbitrage (RA) in 2014. To say the least you collect a gazillion receipts and I had no record keeping system to speak of. As the end of the year approached, ...READ MORE +