Thu, 18 August 2016
Wes Grudzien (GRUD ZEE AN) knows what it takes to be successful at selling on Amazon. Wes is cofounder of Lullaby Lane. He helped grow the company’s Amazon sales to over 7 million dollars annually in less than 3 years. He is also the founder of Ezonomy where he teaches the exact methods used to grow a 7 figure business and consults with large scale sellers.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
In this episode…
The Amazon marketplace is a very popular starting place for many people who want to enter the ecommerce realm. Selling on Amazon is still a very realistic way to begin making a living online but it’s not without its pitfalls. Wes Grudzien has not only become very successful selling products on the Amazon platform - he’s also built a business that consults with brands and individuals to help them get a start on Amazon as well.
Selling on Amazon can work in a number of ways. The two most popular are through retail arbitrage (buying wholesale or at a discount and reselling at retail or above on Amazon) or through what is known as private label sales. Private label sales is the process of sourcing products through a supplier, branding them as your own, and selling on Amazon. Wes Grudzien has done both and is a pro at helping others learn how to create their own online revenue using those models.
Wes attributes his company’s success at selling on Amazon to their commitment to follow typical business practices. It may sound simplistic but many who sell on Amazon don’t do adequate product research, don’t work to optimize their processes or listings, and miss many of the little things that can make for a successful sales channel.
If you are interested in selling on Amazon you’ll enjoy this conversation with Wes Grudzien. He’s got lots of insights into the way things work on Amazon and what it takes to be successful on the world’s largest retail platform. Make sure you take some time to listen to this one.
On this episode Wes Grudzien not only shares his journey as an Amazon private label seller but also the way he’s gotten involved with the Muscular Dystrophy Association as a result. He’s got some moving stories to tell about the difference he’s been able to make in the lives of some very special people. Be sure to listen.
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