A new Amazon FBA blog seems to pop up almost daily.
The problem is, most of them suck. Not on purpose, I'm sure, but that doesn't stop the people from posting bad content.So, today I want to share my favorite Amazon FBA blogs. I will also include links to their best articles.
Amazon FBA Blogs I Read
First up is my favorite, Entreresource.com. Hard to spell but lots of great content.Nate McCallister is smart, quick with a Dad joke, and really passionate about helping people make money online. Be that on Amazon or with online marketing. This is definitely a blog you should bookmark.He is also a good friend of mine. Don't worry, if he ever writes trash, I'll tell him.Read his entire blog here: Entreresource.comCheck out his best articles here:
- Jungle Scout Review
- Learn to Sell on Amazon for Free!
- A New Sellers Guide to Interpreting Amazon Sales Rank and Forecasting Demand
- Seven Common Beliefs That Are Ruining the Businesses of New Amazon Sellers
- How to Use Merchant Words to Find the Best Amazon Keywords
Next up is the fellas over at FBAMaster.com.This is a diverse group of guys who are smart, great Amazon sellers, and do a fantastic job of sharing what is working and what isn't.Plus, in my opinion, John (one of the contributors) is an excellent writer and proof that you don't have to be as pretty as me to be good at putting words together.Read their entire blog here: FBAMaster.comCheck out their best articles here:
- What Rank Do I Look for When Buying
- Get Your Billions Back Amazon Sellers
- How You Can Buy and Resell on Amazon
Stephen Smotherman and his wife Rebecca are a husband and wife duo who blog and write killer guides for Amazon sellers.Their post about understanding Keepa graphs is especially powerful. It is a must read for any seller who isn’t comfortable reading the data.Read their entire blog here: FullTimeFBA.comCheck out their best articles here:
- 6 Steps to Take When an Item is Returned to Amazon
- How to Keep a 100% Feedback Rating (even if you get negative feedbacks)
- How to Read & Understand Keepa Graphs
Ok, don’t shoot me but this site isn’t a traditional Amazon FBA blog. Stephen Peterson runs the incredibly successful podcast eCommerce Momentum.I include his site because the information in the podcasts is really awesome.Stephen has a way to really bring a sellers story out and at the same time make sure the audience is able to take away some valuable, actionable tips.Listen to his episodes here: eCommereceMomentum.comIf you would like a really special episode you can check this one out. Hint: It’s me! I know. This, technically, isn’t a blog either.This is my post, so I will do what I want! :)The Fulfillment By Amazon subreddit is chock full of great information. I could spend hours in here reading, gathering insights, and sharing opinions.It isn’t always a happy place to go. When people are able to be ANON you usually get some trolls and/or people who just like to piss and moan. However, you will find some gems of information mixed throughout the forum.Read the SubReddit here: Fulfillment By Amazon Last, but certainly not least is Dan & Eric over at The Wholesale Formula.These guys have an incredible story and they are kicking ass and taking names on Amazon.I particularly found a lot of useful information in their post revealing their product selection formula. It is actionable advice from guys who have grown a business from the ground up and done all the hard work.Read their entire blog here: The Wholesale FormulaCheck out their best articles here:
- Our Product Analysis “Formula” Revealed (And The Tools We Use To Do It)
- How We went From Full-Time Employees to Owners of A Multi-Million Dollar Business
- Wholesale 101: The 6-Step Guide to How I Made $6,496 Last Night While I Slept
Now it is your turn.I know there have to be some other great blogs out there. It would be impossible for me to read all of them.Share the love and post a link to your favorite Amazon FBA blog in the comments. Heck, post a link to your own blog!
I’m a huge fan of http://www.green-lava.com. I find it’s well written, humourous, adds a lot of value and contains actionable content.
Also, the guy who runs it is really hot.
So check it out. You will probably want to add it to your list of best Amazon blog.s
An excellent resource is Chris Potter’s free Amazon wholesale training course at http://www.lessonslearnedinbusiness.com/. 8 chapters (modules) are outlined and 3 have been published with more coming each month. Chris includes step-by-step how to, tips and tricks, tools and good overall coverage.
Here’s my say about gurus or FBA blogs in general. Lol. “Your path will follow whoever picks you up.”
Depending on who you learn from, you’ll get some great advice, but also bad ones. And if you don’t challenge or question advice, you may end up doing the same thing.”