More than 300 million consumers have an Amazon account. If you’re looking to launch a private product label via the online version of Walmart, there’s something instantly appealing about tapping into a massive group of potential buyers.
The first step is to decide what is you’ll want to sell. Picking the right product could lead to a steady income of about $1,500 to $2,000 a month—and maybe more than that if you really put a lot of time and effort into targeting consumers likely to be interested in what you’re selling and earn positive reviews from satisfied customers.
Amazon’s top-selling products include automotive products, books, electronics, and video games. But what really works for private product label sellers are niche products that appeal to a more specific group of consumers. Here are ten private label product ideas to help you get started with the brainstorming process.
1. Baby Products
Baby wipes and bibs are among the niche baby products you’ll find from third party sellers on Amazon. It’s part of a focus on private label household products the comp
any sells through its Amazon Elements label. It initially launched with […]