Justin Cooke

Published on March 31, 2017

There’s a ton of hype in the Amazon FBA space right now.

If you listen to the course creators and affiliates they’d have you believe EVERYONE is having success in the Amazon FBA space right now.

But – is that true?

It’s tough to say. Both Joe and I have friends and peers that have built businesses with Amazon FBA that are worth millions (in profit/value). Still…the hype machine would have you believe that almost “anyone can do it”.

We wanted to dig into Amazon FBA a little deeper, so we had our friend Scott Voelker from theamazingseller.com on the show to help us get to the bottom of what’s going on.

Scott walks us through his strategy for building an Amazon FBA business from scratch, his tips for potentially purchasing an FBA business, and his 80/20 approach to expanding an established FBA business.

If you’ve been curious about the Amazon FBA space, but wanted to get past the hype and hear what’s really going on, this is the episode for you.

Check Out This Week’s Episode:

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Topics Discussed This Week:

  • Part 1 – Building An FBA Business
  • Part 2 – Buying An FBA Business
  • Part 3 – Expanding A Purchased FBA Business


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“You’ve got to be creative when it comes to money lending in this space..” – Scott – Tweet This!

So glad Scott was willing to go into so much details with us here. Did you dig this episode? Let us know in the comments!

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  1. Great episode. Learnt a tonne and found this interview to be really interesting as I have never heard of FBA before. Question: Wondering what the potential is down under with Amazon moving into the Australian market with people to setting up an FBA business in Australia, or is the beauty you can be anywhere in the world to run an FBA business.

    • Greg Elfrink says:

      Hey James,

      Glad you liked the episode! We have sold many Australian e-commerce stores before, and with Amazon FBA moving into Aussie, we will likely see a growing market there as well. For early adopters, you will find there will be very little competition in comparison to the USA markets and other more mature markets with Amazon FBA. First mover advantage is always a huge thing.

      I would definitely start looking into it if you’re familiar with the market and have done a good amount of research into potential products.

      If you would like to learn more about Amazon FBA, I wrote a post on the subject for people who are brand new wanting to grasp the business model better:


      Hope that helps!

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