Dave goes through the top third-party sellers on Amazon, what products they sell, how much they make in revenue annually, and what their business models are.
At the start of the year, we began working behind the scenes on producing regular reports on top third-party sellers on Amazon.
Since Amazon doesn’t release reports on third-party sellers, we had to develop a way to harness this data ourselves.
After months of research, we’ve managed to come up with a methodology that produces more or less accurate results.
Analyzing the sellers’ profiles, you see how vastly different their business models are. Some on this list are straight resellers, others are private label brands.
The product categories run the gamut too, from beddings and houseware to pharmaceuticals and electronics.
As we continue this series, we look forward to featuring new third-party sellers on the list and gain some insight into their business models.
That wraps up this episode of the podcast. Don’t forget to leave us a review over on iTunes if you enjoy our content. Happy selling and we’ll see you in the next one!
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