Products under Individual Plan
Every time you sell a product under the Individual plan, you are required to pay $0.99. There is a $39.99 monthly fee for the Professional plan, regardless of how many goods you sell. The referral fee, which varies by product category and is also collected by Amazon for both plans, is a percentage of the overall transaction amount. For a list of selling costs, please see our price page.
Resellers locate well-liked existing products and offer them in Amazon’s storefronts.
To provide customers with a distinctive assortment, brand owners can produce their own items or purchase commodities to resell under a private label.
Tonne of Tools and Resources to Support
Many sellers engage in both. You can select whichever approach suits your objectives best. Amazon has a tonne of tools and resources to support you if you want to sell products under your own brand on Amazon.
The first 90 days are extremely crucial for new Amazon sellers to create the proper habits and speed up performance after launch. The usage of five selling programs—Brand Registry, A+ Content, Fulfillment by Amazon, Automated Pricing, and Advertising—within the first 90 days is referred to as a “Perfect Launch” by Amazon data scientists. Many of the most prosperous vendors have already done so, but new sellers can produce sales more quickly by following these five actions during that crucial window of time.
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Create an Amazon Seller Account
Start selling using your customer account or open a new Amazon seller account using your company email.
Make certain you have the following before enrolling:
Amazon consumer account or a business email address
Credit card that can be used abroad
Government identification (identity verification protects sellers and customers)
Information on taxes
A bank account to which Amazon can send your sales revenue
Adding Your Products
What products can be sold on Amazon? The answer varies according to the brand, category, and product.
A Professional seller account is necessary for some categories, a Professional seller account is not required for others, and some categories contain products that cannot be sold by third-party sellers.
The table below lists the many product categories available on Amazon, but you can learn more about limits and how to apply for approval by visiting Seller Central Help. If you use Fulfillment by Amazon to send purchases, be sure to carefully study the detailed list of FBA product restrictions.