- Is this course only for U.S. Sellers?
- I’m not a seller yet. Will this course be helpful for a newbie like me?
- I’ve already got FBA experience and products selling on Amazon U.S. Will this course be too ‘beginner’s-level’ for my needs?
- Will I need to travel to Europe to set up my European Amazon business?
- Do I need to learn basic French/German/Spanish/Italian to sell on Amazon EU?
- Is it harder to get reviews in Europe than in the US?
- Is it harder to get ranked in Europe than in the US?
- Do you offer a Money Back Guarantee?
- Do I have to file taxes in every country where my product is sold?
- Is all this trouble to get set up as an AMZ seller in Europe worth it?
Is this course only for U.S. Sellers?
Not at all. Although the course was designed to get U.S. sellers registered and selling Europe without the need to ever be in Europe, the information presented is applicable for sellers across the globe.
I’m not a seller yet. Will this course be helpful for a newbie like me?
Absolutely! If you’ve never sold on Amazon before but have decided to launch your first product in Europe opposed to America – you’ve already made a step in the right direction.
The FBA Frontiers Course will help you get set up to sell in Europe and avoid some of the more common pitfalls that first-time sellers make.
Our advice to anyone starting to sell is this: listen carefully throughout the course, take notes, and ask questions to more experienced sellers in our FB group.
FBA Frontiers aims to provide all sellers, new or seasoned, the complete support system needed to achieve a successful launch in the EU.
I’ve already got FBA experience and products selling on Amazon U.S. Will this course be too ‘beginner’s-level’ for my needs?
Our course is geared for sellers with a decent baseline knowledge of how Amazon FBA works. If you’re completely new to the concept of Amazon FBA, and need to start at square one, we don’t recommend this course for you.
While we cover all aspects of becoming an FBA Seller in Europe such as product selection, sourcing and packaging, and marketing – to name a few- the bulk of the course if focused on practical information all sellers need to know when setting up their business in Europe. These are clear, step-by-step instructions every seller needs follow to be able to sell in Europe.
In addition, the course is filled with invaluable personal tips and advice from John, which you won't be able to find anywhere else.
Will I need to travel to Europe to set up my European Amazon business?
No. Our course is designed so you don’t have to be a European citizen or will need to ever go to Europe to setup, run, and reap profits from your new Amazon Europe FBA business (unless of course, you want to – Europe’s awesome!)
Thanks to the digital age we live it, everything can be done right from the comfort of your own home… or office…or on a plane… wherever you are!
Do I need to learn basic French/German/Spanish/Italian to sell on Amazon EU?
Thankfully, no…that is, unless you want to. Watch our course video on “Working in Multi-languages” and breathe a sigh of relief when we tell you, no, you won’t need to a language tutor to sell in Europe. You can thank Google Translate.
That said, there will come a point where Google Translate won’t cut it, and we strongly suggest hiring a translation service. But fret not. John goes over how to do this, and you’ll receive his recommendations for which companies he’s used.
Is it harder to get reviews in Europe than in the US?
It can be, but that doesn’t necessarily means that it is. Every product is different as is every country. The great news is that overall, there tend to be considerably less reviews on Amazon Europe and that can be a great advantage to you. How so? Less reviews means that it can be easier to for your product to rank well in a shorter amount of time.
In a great many cases, a seller just needs to get a couple reviews in order to be ranked on the first page in their category!
Is it harder to get ranked in Europe than in the US?
This will depend on how competitive your product and your product’s category is.
Overall, however – if you look at how many reviews sellers need to have on Amazon US to get a first page ranking versus how many reviews an Amazon EU seller will need to get ranked well, the difference is overwhelming and without a doubt, it’s easier to rank well in Europe.
Do you offer a Money Back Guarantee?
Yes, if you follow the steps given out in this tutorial and were unsatisfied with the results, you will receive a 100% refund.
Do I have to file taxes in every country where my product is sold?
The short answer is no. At least not until your sales hit a particular threshold, in which case – this is actually a great “problem” to have because these thresholds are set quite high, which means you’re making big money! You should also note that European Taxes are figured into the cost of the goods, so you can expect to make similar margins to those you’d expect in the US.
Our “Simple Guide to Sales Tax” goes over these details and will help you better understand how Sales Tax works in the EU with regard to Amazon, and how to get set up.
Is all this trouble to get set up as an AMZ seller in Europe worth it?
YES. We wouldn’t have created this course if we didn’t feel passionately about how worth it the added effort is to start selling in Europe.
That’s not to say it won’t take much effort – as the old saying goes, nothing worth having comes easy.
Our aim with FBA Frontiers, however, is to sort through all the mess that’s out there and present exactly what you need to know in concise, clear, step-by-step instructions so that you can launch your product successfully.
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