5 Best Categories to Sell on Amazon as a Beginner (2019)

5 Best Categories to Sell on Amazon as a Beginner (2019)



If you’re new to Amazon selling and you’re just starting your FBA business, being aware of specific trends and approaches that minimize the risks you have to deal with should be at the heart of your approach.

In this video, we dive into a few of these important pieces of information in addition to five of the best categories you should consider selling in as a beginner.

From looking at what we need to look for in a product to better understanding risk-reducing approaches, this video will give you the right amount of insights you need to really kick your FBA business off.

Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel if you haven’t already and, once you’ve finished watching the video, be sure to tell us which category you’d like to sell in. Enjoy!

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  1. I just started selling (in January this year) on amazon.de and the category I picked to sell in is Lighting (Beleuchtung). I am using the Pro Extension and I find it awesome, I am not sure though how accurate it is. When I compare the results with what I get from AmazeOwl or Jungle Scout it seems the ladder seems to be more conservative. How can I get the most out of this tool?

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