In today’s Value Monday I’ll show you a cool trick which will permanently increase your sales by about 2% … and it only takes 2 minutes to do, and you just set it up once.
Now 2% isn’t huge – but when you reach scale, an extra 2% of sales can be a lot – plus every little bit counts!
So what’s the secret?
Well despite Amazon being a global giant – they’re actually only in a couple countries.
USA, UK, Germany, Japan, France, Mexico etc.
But there’s hundreds of countries around the world…
And those other countries in the world carry massive wealth and buying power with them..
For example a couple months back I went to the GCC (UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, Bahrain) –> they don’t have Amazon there, they don’t have any solid equivalent BUT they have trillions in buying power…
So what do people in the countries outside of where Amazon is catering to do?
They head to Amazon.com, buy things and Amazon ships it to them (to over 70 different countries).
There’s just one problem.
Your Amazon listing by default is not set up to allow people from other countries to order from your listing.
This means that you’re missing out on extra sales!
As a international buyer you may have noticed that some listings say “This item is not available to ship to X” while others can…
The secret lies in a hidden Amazon setting called “FBA Export”
Head to settings and then Fulfilment By Amazon.. and enable FBA Export.
It takes just 2 minutes to do, you just need to fill out a short form.
And then done!
Now international traffic to Amazon.com will be able to buy your product.
This should increase your sales by about 2%! And it’s free to do and only takes 2 minutes for a on time setup.
You should especially do this TODAY before Prime Day tomorrow because there’s going to be so much extra traffic tomorrow.
That’s all for todays Value Monday, hope you found it useful.
Shoutout to Muhammad Usman for discovering this trick!
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Take care, I hope you have a successful Prime Day.