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Selling Successfully on Amazon: Q and A with PCS Course graduate Nuta Levy

Q: Please tell us about the PCS Amazon Course. Why is it important to learn from the pros before beginning?

Selling on Amazon is very complex. There is a lot of good information out there, articles you can read, tutorials you can watch. They are great- only if you first understand the basics. It is very important to learn the foundations properly; otherwise one can make a lot of costly mistakes.

The PCS Course gave me a lot information. I learned how to create listings, advertising, selling. I also gained valuable knowledge on what to look for in a product, to which I credit the success of my private label.  

Q: I understand that running an Amazon business will require a lot of hard work.  At this point, I can’t give up my day job; yet I want to break into this field.

 If one has a good source of branded items, it will not require that much time and the profits can be immediate. One can work part time- for a few hours a week- and that’s enough.

Selling a private label, on the other hand, takes a lot more time. It takes time to source products- research what to sell, where to manufacture them, and wait for the merchandise to arrive. Listings must also be created with key words and advertisements that are appropriate for the market.

Q. What is the projected time-frame of how soon one can expect to generate income?

 That depends on what you are selling. With branded items, the income can be immediate. Private label takes more time. A new item can take about a year to really generate income. For the first year, one would need another source of income. Even though the seller will generate profits in the beginning, he would need to set that aside for the future orders.  

Q: I’ve been selling on Amazon for half a year and haven’t really been successful yet. I’ve read many blogs and did a lot of research. What can I expect to gain from this course?

This course is like a reset, when you go through every detail from the beginning. You can then see where the mistakes are, troubleshoot, and improve.

Q: Please tell us about your personal experience.

A: Through PCS’s Amazon course, I gained a lot of knowledge and priceless information that helped me a lot with building my Amazon business. I started to sell about the same time that I started the course, and B”H this month was my best month so far with over $250,000 in sales with a net profit of 30%.

For more information about this course, contact raizy@nj.pcsjobs.org or 732-905-9700 ext. 606

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There are 1 Comments to "Selling Successfully on Amazon: Q and A with PCS Course graduate Nuta Levy"

  • Shepsil says:

    The PCS course is a tremendous value for someone seeking to sell on Amazon. Going private label can take several years to make a Parnassa. This is not really a part time type of job in most situations. You need to put much time & energy to succeed & many are still struggling.