How to Find The Perfect Supplier for Your Products

How to Find The Perfect Supplier for Your Products

Philip Murphy of Private Label Sk.in offers tips for finding the right supplier for your needs in this guest blog post.

With so many different niches, the opportunities to sell products online seem almost endless. From skin care to fashion, one of the most important factors of starting and maintaining a successful business is sourcing from the right supplier.


A Brief Guide to Selling on Amazon India

A Brief Guide to Selling on Amazon India

Do you live in India? Want to expand your customer base to nearly 100 million buyers? If the answer is yes, then you should consider selling your products on the Amazon.in marketplace. eCommerce in India is growing at a very fast rate. India has close to 100 million online shoppers. The number of shoppers has increased by 65 million in the past three years. With India having …


5 Things My Cats Taught Me About Amazon Shoppers

5 Things My Cats Taught Me About Amazon Shoppers

Cats are a lot like Amazon shoppers. Bear with me, because I think you’ll agree. They want what they want when they want it, they appreciate treats and praise, and you are constantly seeking their approval.

Therefore, if you want to be an awesome merchant on the Amazon marketplace, just treat your customers like you treat your cat.


Amazon Success: Get into Gear in 2017

Amazon Success: Get into Gear in 2017

We just wrapped up the biggest year on record for Amazon merchants. In fact, some reports claim that Amazon buyers received more than one billion holiday gifts in 2016. That’s a pretty staggering statistic!

As you plan for the year in front of you, it’s wise to look back at the successes (and failures) of 2016. Which SKUs generated the best profitability? How could you have engaged more customers? …


Seller or Vendor: Which Route Do We Take?

Seller or Vendor: Which Route Do We Take?

Many people ask me whether they should become a seller or vendor on the Amazon marketplace. Unfortunately, the answer is not so simple. It depends upon a number of factors including product range, margins, logistics, inventory and marketing. Being a seller may work...