Smart FBA

Amazon FBA Seller Automation
Wholesale Pricing & Exclusive Licensing

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From Our 30,000 SQFT Warehouse
We Offer Wholesale Pricing
We Pack and Prep Your Items
We Ship Directly to Amazon

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Amazon FBA Seller
Wholesale Pricing
Restricted Brand Names

♦ Less Competition

♦ Better Margins 

♦ Higher Number of Searches

♦ High Amount of Brand Loyalty

Amazon FBA Seller
Optional: Product Licensing

♦ Sole Product Distributrion

♦ Amazing Margin Potential

♦ Brand Registry Creation

♦ A+ Content

♦ Listing Optimization

♦ Major Brand Names

♦ Pack and Prep

♦ Brand Management

Amazon FBA Seller
Store Results

Amazon FBA Seller Results

Smart FBA

#1 in Amazon Automation

Total Number of Amazon Stores Managed By Us

Wholesale Pricing = Better Margins
Proven Formula = Clients Winning
Sell Popular Unrestricted & Restricted Brand Names!

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Wholesale Pricing &
Restricted Brands

Less competition and better margins for popular products people are searching for. Rather than selling all the same brands that everyone else is, we take a different approach. At Smart FBA, we get our clients access to sell major special unrestricted brands as well as restricted brand names. You need approval to sell many major brand names on Amazon. This results in substantially less competition and generally better profit margins.

Amazon FBA Seller

Risk Mitigation

We do not dropship using Walmart as a supplier, because this is a violation of Amazon Dropshipping Policy and is considered a violation due to retail arbitrage. Many Amazon automation providers rely solely on Walmart and put their clients through major risk of account deactivation. The Amazon FBA Business generally produces much better performance metrics such as Order Defective Rates (ODR) and Tracking Rates and Customer Feedback.

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100% FBA

It's quite known across the industry that an Amazon FBA Business is generally a much better alternative to dropshipping on Amazon. In an Amazon FBA Business, everything is sent over to the Amazon Warehouse and sent by Amazon, directly to the customer. Amazon FBA generally provides better results in terms of better shipment tracking, improved customer delivery times and provides higher customer feedback ratings.

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Monthly Reporting

Our results include an inventory report, sales report, cumulation report, and we even track your profit by brand. We are transparent with our clients and want them to know how much they're profiting. Once your sales manifest is complete, it is used to in conjunction to help generate the other reports. Once completed, these reports provide valuable insight into your Amazon store's performance.

Customer Service

Every client has a personalized experienced during setup with our highly trained onboarding team. Our support team schedules video conference calls at a time that is convenient for you . We cover many items to help expedite process such as:

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Amazon FBA Seller - Important Aspects

As an increasing number of entrepreneurs and businesses have taken to selling on Amazon, utilizing the Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) program has become an essential aspect of achieving success as a seller. The FBA program provides access to Amazon’s vast network of warehouses and shipping capabilities, which can lead to increased sales and profits. In this article, we will discuss the critical aspects of becoming a successful Amazon seller using FBA.

Part 1: Setting up Your Amazon Seller Account

The first step towards becoming an Amazon seller is creating your seller account. You can choose between setting up a professional account, which comes at a cost of $39.99 per month, or an individual account, which is free but charges a $0.99 fee per item sold. With a professional account, you will have access to additional features and tools that can help you grow your business.

Upon creating your account, you will need to input your payment and bank account information. This will allow you to receive payments for your sales and deposit them into your bank account. You will also need to provide tax information and select the categories of products you plan to sell.

Part 2: Choosing Your Products

Choosing the right products to sell is essential to succeeding as an Amazon seller. The products you choose should be in high demand, have low competition, and be profitable. The Best Sellers list on Amazon can provide great ideas for products that are selling well.

Another tool that can be helpful in product selection is the Amazon FBA Calculator. By using this calculator, you can estimate the fees and potential profits for a particular product. This helps you determine whether or not it is worth selling on Amazon.

Part 3: Sourcing Your Products

Once you have identified the products you want to sell, you will need to source them. You can source products in several ways, including:

Wholesale: You can purchase products in bulk from a manufacturer or distributor and resell them on Amazon.

Private Label: You can create your own branded products by working with a manufacturer to produce products with your own branding and packaging.

Retail Arbitrage: You can purchase products from retail stores at a discounted price and resell them on Amazon.

Online Arbitrage: You can purchase products online at a discounted price and resell them on Amazon.

Part 4: Creating Your Product Listings

Creating effective product listings is essential for attracting customers and increasing sales. To create effective product listings, be sure to:

Use high-quality product images: High-quality images are necessary to showcase your products and attract customers.

Write a detailed product description: Provide a comprehensive and accurate description of your product, including its features, benefits, and specifications.

Use relevant keywords: Use keywords that customers are likely to search for when looking for your product. This will help your product appear in search results and increase visibility.

Part 5: Pricing Your Products

Pricing your products effectively is a balancing act. You want to price your products competitively to attract customers while also ensuring that you are making a profit. When pricing your products, consider:

The cost of goods: This includes the cost of sourcing and shipping your products.

Amazon’s fees: Amazon charges fees for using its platform, including referral fees, fulfillment fees, and storage fees.

Competitor pricing: Check the prices of your competitors and adjust your pricing accordingly.

Profit margins: Determine your desired profit margin and adjust your pricing to ensure you are making a profit.

Part 6: Utilizing Amazon FBA

One of the most significant benefits of using Amazon FBA is the ability to leverage Amazon’s extensive network of warehouses and shipping capabilities. When you use Amazon FBA, Amazon stores and ships your products for you, which frees up your time. Smart FBA handles your sourcing, product listing, pack and prep and store management, repricing,  reporting, and much more!

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Disclaimer: Results listed above or in any marketing material are not guaranteed. Results provided are explicitly provided as examples only. Your results will vary depending on a wide variety of variables. Results for other Clients should NOT be compared to yours in any way. Results are based on many various factors including capital, available inventory, brand approvals, time of year, account health, etc. Smart FBA Inc. does not guarantee or promise ANY results, outcomes, returns, or profit margins. All business owners are responsible for their business, accounts, liabilities, and applicable taxes. This should be treated like any other business model, including the associated risks, and is not a get-rich-quick scheme.  The Amazon FBA Business Model takes time to scale, and inventory is required. Any information provided is opinion only and should not be considered investment, financial, tax, and/or legal advice. We are not licensed financial advisors or tax professionals. Smart FBA INC is not affiliated with Amazon 

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