Best Year for Amazon Sellers!

Jeff Bezos is stepping down! Where will Amazon be in a year?
 
Some say Amazon’s luck may run out when the pandemic ends.
I don’t know about all that. I think Amazon is going to do just fine. 
When you look at the numbers, in its most recent quarter (ending December 31, 2020) the company eclipsed $100 billion in sales and had $125.6 billion in revenue. That’s up 44% year over year – despite a historic hiring spree and heavy investments into infrastructure.
 
Others are worried about Jeff Bezos stepping down. It’s a somewhat valid concern – Amazon has been powered by Bezos’ uncompromising standards and legendary work ethic. At least, that’s the way it’s perceived.
 
Bill Gates was CEO of Microsoft for about the same amount of time that Bezos was CEO of Amazon. Microsoft has been doing just fine since he stepped down. 
Or take Apple. After Steve Jobs’ untimely passing, Tim Cook took over – and it’s been business as usual for Apple. In fact, its market capitalization was $360 billion when Cook took over, and today it’s $2.2 trillion. 
What does all of this have to do with you?
Everything! Remember the over $100 billion in sales that Amazon did just in the last quarter?
 
Here’s the thing. Most of Amazon’s sales come not from their own products, but from “third party sellers”. 
 You, me, anyone who wants to. 
People saw their profits dwindle and then evaporate as the pandemic raged on. Unless they were following a certain approach.  If you followed this approach, your profits surged. 
And it’s still early to get in on this.
 
On this free Zoom call, you’ll discover how a few hundred people from all walks of life have leveraged the biggest online marketplace… and the opportunity they almost fell backwards into.
You’re going to get a formula that will allow you to profit from Amazon like clockwork.
And your age, experience level, or location doesn’t matter – plus, you won’t have to jump through the usual hurdles to do this.

 

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