Now that you’ve designed your brand and got the label and packaging worked out with the supplier, you should have placed your first order. You will now have the details you need to set up a seller account with Amazon. A basic product listing then needs to be established so that you can create an incoming inventory order with Amazon once your stock is ready for shipping.

The web face Amazon uses for seller accounts is called Seller Central. Before anyone can start selling on Amazon, they need to get set up with an Amazon Seller Central account. This is where you will list your products, and manage all the backend settings for your sales on Amazon.

Setting up a Seller Central account is fairly straightforward, and Amazon has made excellent videos explaining the how and what. So we won’t spend much time on that.

What are we going to discuss in this Module?

  • Amazon Selling Plans: Individual vs Professional
  • How to Create an Amazon Seller Central Account
  • Familiarize Yourself With The Seller Central Backend
  • Create Your Basic Product Listing
  • Action Steps

Time to learn how to set up an Amazon Seller Central account.

There are 2 different plans to choose from when opening an Amazon seller account: Individual Selling Plan and Professional Selling Plan. Next up, you will learn the differences between the two and which one to pick for your FBA business.