Why sell on Amazon? There are 184 million reasons in the form of unique monthly visitors alone. If that doesn't convince you, the infographic below will.
Amazon was founded in 1994 as an online bookstore. Over the years, it has become the largest online store in the world—and one of the most diversified. With dedicated websites for over a dozen countries, it has a strong global footprint, and there are quite a few added attractions for third-party merchants beyond the monthly visitors.
Check out this infographic from Dpack (https://www.dpack.co.uk/blog/why-you-should-be-selling-with-amazon/) to learn more about why you should sell with Amazon and various dos and don’ts.
Remember, if you register as a professional seller, Amazon allows you to register a brand and sell in more categories than an individual seller, giving you more exposure. Regularly check your stocks to avoid unnecessary cancellations of orders, abide by the guidelines, and do not sell any products that fall under the prohibited items list.
You can also avoid the hassle of handling each individual delivery yourself. Just opt into the FBA program (if it’s worth it for your business), which allows you to deliver the product to Amazon, and upon sale they handle the rest and the chances of having any shipping issues are removed.
Want to learn more before you dive in? See “How to Sell on Amazon for Beginners.”