Understanding Amazon Automation Investment Strategies: A Breakdown for Beginners.

Understanding Amazon Automation Investment Strategies: A Breakdown for Beginners.

Seller store expertise that you can BANK on.

It’s not even a question — the Amazon FBA business model is a profitable investment. So are FBM and dropshipping stores.

Whether you are an investor or a store builder such as PushAMZ, an Amazon investment provides an opportunity to scale each business model into a high-yielding passive income stream.

PushAMZ has built hundreds of Amazon stores. We have the performance data to show that our proven formula consistently delivers the ROI that our clients expect. Each model has its own advantages. And, right now, Walmart is on fire. So we’re super keen on offering a combo package for our most qualified investors, to make sure that they are maximizing their revenue potential. We don’t want to leave any money on the table.

A big part of our process is gathering feedback from our investors. We want to hear their insights about what happened after they purchased the business. That’s what excites us the most. Because we constantly track the metrics for their stores and we enjoy sharing their successes with our team. Because our specialists work their butts off to make sure each account prospers.

Hearing feedback from our clients keeps everyone in alignment and motivates our team to make sure our next check-in is even more positive and backed by profit-driven results.

But let’s start with why an Amazon investment makes sense…

We hear this comment a lot… “If I can watch a YouTube video or take a course that teaches people how to build a store, then why would I invest capital to have some company do it for me?” Well, check the stats. The vast majority of novice seller store owners do not become instantly successful after 1) watching a video or 2) paying for an online course.

Many hopeful Amazon and Walmart store owners spend thousands of dollars and valuable time on self-training that could have gone toward startup costs, product development, or inventory. Sure, the videos and courses provide basic information about e-commerce, including Amazon automation and Walmart automation models. But they don’t go any further than offering a general understanding of how it works.

There are countless specifics on proper setup guidelines, policy regulations, and pitfalls that businesses encounter on the platforms that videos and courses don’t bother to cover. For a do-it-yourself-er, it takes effort — all the initial trial-and-error — necessary to conduct product research, develop supplier relations, create logistics plans, build and market the brand, as well as a long list of operational requirements to understand before even listing your first product.

Honestly, the number of first-time winners on Amazon or Walmart who launched their own businesses is almost nil.

The good news is: there is an easier path to capitalize on the great opportunity this model provides. That path is to partner with an expert Amazon automation company that has been building stores for its clients for more than a decade.

PushAMZ offers store models for whatever suits your goals and levels of cashflow. Whether it’s FBA (Fulfillment by Amazon), dropshipping, FBM (Fulfillment by Merchant), or a combination package that includes both an Amazon and Walmart store. Choosing between an Amazon FBA or FBM depends on whether the business owner wants to pay Amazon for their storage, picking, packing, and shipping or they want to handle those functions themselves. Basically, a seller needs to decide whether the extra profit margin is worth all the headaches of doing the fulfillment themselves.

Here’s a graph that shows the current percentages of stores that prefer FBA or FBM, or a combination of the two:

Another option is to buy is an existing Amazon business that already has cash flow, an established brand, a line of products, and has the systems needed to ensure that inventory gets from your suppliers to your customers. They are referred to as “aged” stores. That means the hard work has already been done for you, allowing you to skip the risk and uncertainty of investing in a product that may or may not be a success. You also get the opportunity to scale an established business that’s generating revenue.

In the end, there are many factors to think about before entering the Amazon or Walmart marketplaces. But one thing’s clear: having an industry-leading expert on your side — one that specializes in full-service Amazon and Walmart seller store management — will dramatically increase your odds of success. Especially if you are just starting out as an online shopping business.

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