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How to Build Your Amazon Store From Scratch with Riley Bennett | Ep.36

Filip Stankovski March 30, 2020

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When you think of Amazon, you probably think of it as a pool of millions of vendors from all over the world selling all kinds of products. That doesn’t have to discourage you from starting your Amazon business. The competition may be tough but if you use Riley’s tips, you’ll have a winning business in no time.

Riley Bennett is our today’s guest on the podcast. Just a brief introduction about who he is – Riley is an Amazon guru who managed to get his Amazon store from being a 0 to six figure store with just a few tips & tricks. Riley is spreading his Amazon wisdom all across the Internet. He has a YouTube channel, does courses and even has his own podcast. He really does it all!

Starting your own Amazon business doesn’t have to be scary, read on to know why.

Remotrepreneur’s Insights:

  • Perfect The Product – Any Amazon expert can tell you that very first thing you need to do is to make sure the product you’re selling is top notch. Even Riley advises to invest time and money into perfecting your product.
  • Get Educated – Amazon offers ways to get your product in front of the competition. Before you think of starting your Amazon business, take courses and soak up all of the info you need to know about owning an Amazon business.
  • Maintaining Your Business – You did your research, took courses and created or found your perfect product. Now, it’s time to optimize, communicate with your customers, listen to them, answer to bad and good reviews etc. You can find all of this information from Riley on our podcast.

Build a strong product. That way you won’t have to worry. Because the Amazon algorithm will keep the best product on page 1 and you won’t have to worry

Key Podcast Milestone:

01:56 – How did Riley’s journey to success began

03:03 – Is Amazon still profitable?

04:50 – How to start your Amazon store

07:39 – The realistic expectations of opening an Amazon store

11:04 – How to look for the right product

13:52 – How many products you need to launch your Amazon store

16:51 – What guarantees the product to win in the first 3 months

17:35 – The best way to get reviews without getting in trouble

18:36 – How you can find Riley’s Amazon store & course

19:15 – How to protect your product and stay on the first search page

24:20 – How to passively protect your product

26:09 – How did Riley’s journey look like from 0 to six figures on Amazon

28:30 – How does the digital nomad life look like for Riley

31:36 – How to find Riley’s podcast

Top Key Quotes

“Amazon is where people buy sh*t online. So, if you ask me if Amazon is still profitable, is it still profitable to sell thing online” 

“The best way to commit is to go to school”  

You do the product research. I recommend taking at least 3 to 4 weeks and I have the whole spreadsheet system in the course but you go on Amazon and you do the market research. You dive in and you’re swimming and trying to find dozens and dozens of weird niches

“If you can get a 1000 reviews, I highly recommend going ball out and trying to do that. If it stays at a 1000 reviews with four stars, that would be a huge golden mote and that would be a homerun. Amazing cashflow for years.” 



Tim Ferris

Riley’s content

AMZ Elevate – Riley’s agency

Theamazonmethod.com – Riley’s course

Livin That Life – Digital Nomad Podcast – Riley’s podcast

https://livinthatlife.com/ – Riley’s blog


https://www.youtube.com/user/PliesDaGhost – Riley’s YouTube channel



Don’t forget to get even more great episodes and resources to help you break out of the Matrix and grow your own remote empire at the Remotepreneurs website.

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Filip Stankovski

I'm a top rated sales freelancer on Upwork and Level 2 Seller on Fiverr. I believe that the new entrepreneurs are remotepreneurs and the purpose of the podcast is to teach people how to adjust to the new future of doing business - REMOTELY!

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