Amazon Wants Third-Party FBA Sellers to Use Their Marketplace

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ALGO Online Retail just released a blog article about why Amazon lets third-party businesses sell on their platform.

PEARL RIVER, N.Y. - eTradeWire -- Amazon and third party sellers mutuall benefit from each other. Amazon takes care of al the shipping and handling for the sellers and Amazon collects money from letting third-party sellers use their platform. Amazon make more money from third-party sales than they do selling products themselves. ALGO Online Retail has been teaching people how to sell on Amazon for a few years. They have 100+ years of e-commerce experience on their team.

Tim Hellbusch and Bob Schneck are ALGO Online Retail's lead instructors and have been selling on the Amazon marketplace for 5+ years each. Amazon wants sellers to use their platform because it saves them time and money. Third--party sellers are also way more motivated and productive on the marketplace versus Amazon employees.

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They save money because instead of investing in inventory, they let third party sellers invest in inventory. They save time by letting the third party sellers do all the research on products and suppliers rather than spending the time doing it themselves.

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