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SBA financing for existing U.S. business entities. 4-year-old online retailer of private label sunglasses with a focus on millennial consumers. 20 different product SKUs with average order value of $17 with 100% of orders drop shipped from the manufacturer. Owner works approximately 10 to 20 hours per week managing the business. The owner has 4 overseas employees who handle customer service and order management. Approximately 30,000+ customers in database, 18,000+ Facebook fans, 17,000+ Instagram followers. High growth opportunities include adding additional product skus, add complimentary products, PPC Marketing and retargeting, expansion into marketplaces such as Amazon, Walmart, eBay. The seller will provide strong transitional support with side by side, hands on daily management with new owner(s) to ensure the new owners feel totally comfortable with operation of the business. Business can be operated anywhere in the world. Owner is selling to pursue other business interests.
Started two years ago by an experienced Internet marketing veteran, this E-commerce business can be operated anywhere in the U.S. It sells 3 products in a specialized auto service industry and is about to add another product which will increase sales substantially. The customers are specialty auto service providers and they re-order on a regular basis.
As an FBA business (Fulfilled By Amazon), all aspects of manufacturing, wholesale and distribution is outsourced and digitized. A wholesale distributorship is in place with the manufacturer. The company website links directly to Amazon for order placement. Seller will provide complete (and very valuable) assistance and E-commerce training to the new owner.
There is very little for the owner of this business to do. Amazon notifies when more inventory is needed in their warehouse and the owner places an order with the manufacturer and it is shipped to Amazon's warehouse. All fulfillment is handled by Amazon. The firm is experimenting with Walmart.com at this time and that may provide a significant opportunity for growth.
There is no physical location or other overhead nor are there any employees; only the cost of the inventory. This the type of E-commerce business that everyone is looking for!
Launched in 2007, this Amazon-focused health and wellness company has a long history of stable performance in an evergreen niche. Despite experiencing a very strong sales jump during the beginning of COVID, sales have been mostly consistent over the last 12 months, leading to an SDE of over $350k while maintaining both high gross and net margins for the space.
The company is focused on promoting at-home detoxing to support such benefits as inflammation reduction, improved bladder control, a more balanced PH, a stronger immune system, and pain relief inclusive of, but not limited to, arthritis, gout, and headaches.
A single SKU accounts for about 70% of all Amazon sales in the past 12 months.
Although there is a part-time employee in charge of operations who is with the business, unfortunately, the sole operating owner of the company has recently passed away. His wife and son have decided that it is in the company’s best interest to sell to a qualified buyer. Therefore, this will be an all cash transaction (not SBA eligible) and an individual or team with past Amazon experience is a must.
A new owner can easily grow the company by launching new products from a list developed by the owner, turning on Amazon PPC, utilizing Amazon FBA over the currently used FBM (used due to owner’s preference), and optimizing Amazon listings for copy, images, and video.
This eCommerce business sells a line of massage guns that help people move better, recover faster, and relieve soreness. The product line consists of three high-end massage guns, with a fourth launching in September.
While the brand is anchored in the benefits of increased athletic performance, they enjoy mass market appeal from professional athletes to active lifestyles, front line workers, and retirees.
The “personal massager,” specifically massage guns, have gained in popularity over the last 2-3 years. Currently, the market is dominated by two top brands, however, their market share is shrinking consumers are looking for smaller, lighter, quieter, more powerful, longer lasting, and less expensive option, which this brand offers.
The adoption of this brand is undeniable with the first calendar year exceeding $1 million, hitting $2 million in the trailing-twelve-months, and forecasted revenue to exceed $3 million over the next 12 months. Earnings have exploded, passing $550,000 on only 3 SKUs, in what's not even their third year.
The brand is featured in several notable publications, celebrated by influencers and athletes alike, and has created a powerful brand recognition, resulting in consumer trust.
Traffic sources are well diversified with 75% of revenue coming from their own website, driven by brand search, an established affiliate & referral network, and organic search. Only 15% of revenue comes from Amazon.
This company enjoys a very strong 27% net margin. The owner offers multiple ideas for growth, including some "low hanging fruit," a new product ready to launch next month, and a potential partnership with absolutely enormous upside.
Please note: Due to fast growth & limited history this business does NOT qualify for SBA lending. The seller is proactively offering seller financing on all inventory ($300,000 - $600,000+).
UPDATE: WE HAD ADVERTISED THIS DEAL AS CASH BUYERS ONLY. SOON THEREAFTER, WE RECEIVED A TERM SHEET FROM A LENDER WHO USES DIFFERENT CRITERIA THAN SBA, AND WHOM WE BELIEVE IS RELIABLE. THE LENDER WILL PROVIDE UP TO $375K. TO SEE THE TERM SHEET, PLEASE COMPLETE THE FORM ON THE RIGHT AND YOU'LL SEE IT ALONG WITH THE OTHER BUSINESS LISTING INFORMATION.
This asset sale includes an Amazon seller central account created in 2015, and 11 ASINs of various helpful and fun electronic items. Most of the products have thousands of reviews and the account has a 99% positive lifetime feedback rating. The revenue and earnings shown reflect only the Amazon account. In previous years, the sellers experimented with various business models including selling on daily deal sites, wholesaling, etc. There is additional opportunity in these realms which is not reflected on the financials. The business primarily sells on Amazon U.S., and only recently started selling on Amazon in Canada. So far the results are promising, and potential opportunity may exist in expanding to additional markets. The vendors have additional ancillary products that could represent a good path to growth.
Established in December 2019, this software business focusing on Amazon FBA sellers has exploded in growth with 155% revenue growth from 2020 to 2021. The founders created the business out of their own need for a solution to package inserts and rebates, and to increase product reviews for Amazon sellers.
The owners sell private-label brands on Amazon and were frustrated with the lack of tools available to Amazon sellers. Two of the three founders have Amazon FBA seller experience and the third has 20+ years of developer experience.
This business has a mixture of recurring revenue (65%) from subscribers and affiliate revenue (35%) from one of its partners. Revenues are $230,000 with $129,000 in SDE in the trailing 12 months. Their cost to acquire a customer (CAC) is $105 while their customer Lifetime Value (LTV) is $423.
With a high 68.42% conversion rate from Trial to Subscriber, the business is poised for future growth. All subscriptions are billed monthly leaving the new owner with an opportunity to launch an annual option. With over 2.5M Amazon sellers, there is ample market for massive growth.
The technology is built to scale and has a solid development foundation for new features and functionality. The current developer will help with the transition in hiring/training a new developer. (**The cost for a new developer has already been factored into the P&L.)
The software serves hundreds of Amazon sellers, continues to see steady growth, and can be operated from anywhere in the world.
This drop ship furniture business has stood the test of time. First coming online sixteen years ago, the site ranks well for many keywords in the niche and boasts a high degree of organic sales. Growth has been strong with YOY topline revenue up 75% and SDE up 100%.
Both absolute ad spend and ad spend as a percentage of sales are low relative to industry norms. This highlights both the strong organic sales profile of the site and also the potential opportunity to invest more heavily in ad spend to drive further sales.
Multiple paths to potential future growth are present including increasing ad spend, creating a private label brand to leverage the strength of the site, and modernizing marketing efforts with tactics like influencer marketing and SMS marketing. A buyer could also look to add additional manufacturers and SKUs to further appeal to the high-end consumer that shops the site.
The owner is well organized, thoughtful, and a pleasure to interact with. She has thoroughly enjoyed running the business but is ready for her next challenge. Full training and support can be provided.
The high degree of organic sales, aged domain, ease of transferability, and growth opportunities make this a compelling opportunity.
This listing is for an Amazon Associates, display advertising, and affiliate business created in October 2018 in the outdoors niche. The WordPress site features reviews articles and how-to guides around recreational water sports. The site requires minimal effort from the Seller to maintain.
The business earns through Amazon Associates (75%), Mediavine display ads (17%), and affiliate (8%). The top three traffic channels for the site are organic search (84.19%), direct (12.02%), and social (2.24%). The top three countries that drive this traffic are the US (74.11%), CA (7.28%), and GB (7.09%). There is a nice spread of traffic amongst the top three traffic pages of the site, which receive 9.65%, 4.99%, and 4.85% of the total site traffic respectively.
The Seller writes the content themself; publishing two posts per month. The site receives minimal traffic from social media sources and their email list but does drive a small amount of traffic from Pinterest.
To grow the site there are opportunities to add more content while expanding into other sub-niches, grow a social media presence, and expand the email list.
This listing is for an Amazon KDP and eBook business created in June 2020 in the education niche. Included in the sale are 14 well-designed books about learning Asian languages, a number of which are Best Sellers on Amazon, and the highest-rated book has a 4.8-star average with over 100 reviews. The business has experienced considerable growth in 2021.
The business earns the majority of its revenue from Amazon KDP (95%), with the rest coming from two platforms external to Amazon: Barnes & Noble and IngramSpark (5%). For the main niche the brand sells in, there are 14 books in total; two main publications account for approximately 57% of the overall revenue; a further two alternate versions of the same titles contribute 17%; another seven versions of the same books bring in an additional 13%; the remaining 13% of revenue is generated by several older little-to-no content publications that require no maintenance or promotion.
Third-party suppliers manufacture and deliver books on demand when a sale is made. This is the same process for both physical and digital book sales. The main niche is serviced by two pen names under one brand. Each pen name has an Amazon Author Central account attached to it, as does the brand.
Included in the sale is a branded domain WordPress site, through which orders are taken through Amazon KDP. Also included in the sale is a Tier-25 Amazon Merch account connected to the login credentials of the Kindle Publishing account. With only one design uploaded, this side of the business was never a focus for the Seller, but it does occasionally generate a minute sum of revenue. More details can be provided to active Buyers.
This listing is for a subscription-box business created in January 2018 in the occasions & gifts and personal care niches. The Cratejoy store features a trademarked brand selling a subscription box product with personal care packages made up of 7-10 items focused on a specific audience. The store currently has 4.5+ stars out of 5, with 28 subscriber reviews.
There are currently 1,108 paying subscribers, and the subscriptions offered are monthly, 3-month, 6-month, and 12-month subscriptions. The average revenue per customer is $244.13. 222 days is the average lifetime value of a customer and the 30-day churn rate is 7%.
Included in the sale is a branded domain used as a Cratejoy store to sell products. The top traffic channels for the site are direct (73.23%), social (9.55%), and referral (7.95%). The countries generating revenue are the US (89.3%), CA (4.51%), and AU (1.87%).
The Seller uses multiple suppliers located in the US and China. The business uses a 3PL to receive, pack, and ship orders. The Seller has a limited amount of inventory at their home, which is currently used to fulfill one-time orders placed on the included Etsy account. However, the Seller has stated that the 3PL is able to provide one-time order fulfillment going forward.
The Seller currently spends 10-15 hours per week on box curation, marketing, customer service on Instagram, and fulfillment. There is an independent contractor VA who handles email customer service, schedules social media posts, tracks affiliates, reviews and organizes cancellation feedback, and creates and edits unboxing content and videos.
Also included in the sale are social media accounts for Facebook (3K+ followers), Instagram (51K+ followers), TikTok (2800+ followers), and Youtube. Instagram and TikTok in particular get high levels of engagement. The Seller has not used paid advertising but states this could be an avenue of potential growth. There is also an email list with 5K plus subscribers and there are automated funnels set up for mailing list subscribers and subscription box subscribers.
This listing is for an Amazon FBA business created in May 2018 in the kitchenware, culinary, and food & beverages niches. Included with the Amazon Seller Central account is 1 SKU that is used as an accessory for a particular type of food. The brand has Amazon Brand Registry 2.0 and the product is currently rated at 4.8 stars with almost 3,000 reviews. Also included in the sale are a few currently inactive SKUs that the Seller has listed previously.
The Seller uses a supplier based in China and a DDP shipper who ships directly to Amazon warehouses and can house a limited amount of inventory if needed. There is currently an inventory limit of 4,923 units on the account, and the Seller states they have 5 months' worth of inventory on hand.
The Seller spends approximately 2 hours per week maintaining inventory, creating shipping plans, running lightning deals, and creating coupons. No PPC advertising has been utilized.
The Seller has identified several possible pathways for growth for potential buyers, including running PPC advertisements, expanding the product line, adding variations on bundled products, re-listing and providing variations of SKUs, and expanding to Amazon marketplaces in CA and the UK.
This listing is for a display advertising business created in November 2018 in the beauty niche. The WordPress site provides informative articles on a specific grooming style for women. Traffic is well-diversified, with the top 3 pages making up less than 10% of total traffic. The site ranks well on very high volume keywords and has experienced significant growth in traffic over the last 12 months. The business requires minimal effort from the Seller to maintain.
The business earns 100% of its income through Mediavine display ads. The top three traffic channels include social media (63.72%), direct (13.16%), and Facebook paid ads (11.37%). Traffic comes mainly from the US (67.58%), the UK (5.26%), and Canada (5.19%).
The Seller spends 3 hours per week publishing content and assigning work to 2 freelance writers who produce all the content for the site. Expanding the site to include content aimed at men could help a Buyer gain access to a larger audience.
The site also includes a directory of ~300 niche-related service providers in the US. This directory has the potential to be monetized in the future.
The business has a Pinterest account with ~100k followers that brings in ~63% of the site's total traffic. The business also has a Facebook account with ~3k followers and an Instagram account with ~4k followers. A buyer could consider diversifying traffic channels by optimizing the site for organic search traffic.
Creating and monetizing an email list could be a growth opportunity for a Buyer to pursue. A Buyer could also diversify revenue through Amazon Associates by adding affiliate links to product reviews.
*The Seller owns 2 unrelated websites that redirect a small amount of traffic to the site. The Seller intends to maintain these links following the sale.
This listing is for an Amazon FBA business created in January 2020 in the beauty and home niches. Included with the Amazon Seller Central account are 43 SKUs for home and kitchenware items as well as beauty products. The trademarked brand is a part of Amazon Brand Registry 2.0 and primarily sells in the UK. The main products are well-reviewed and the top-ranked SKU has been awarded an Amazon's Choice badge. The business has had strong revenue growth over the past year and requires minimal effort from the Seller to maintain.
The products are eligible for Amazon Prime and are sold primarily in the UK, with some sales coming from Canada. Suppliers in Europe and China send the products to a 3PL warehouse in the UK where they are checked and labeled before being shipped via UPS to Amazon warehouses. The business has not been affected by any inventory restrictions from Amazon.
The Seller spends 5 hours per week printing labels, listing products, overseeing logistics, ordering inventory, checking reports, and attending to payments. The Seller also spends time thoroughly researching products and tries to add a new product to the line-up once a month.
The Seller occasionally uses Amazon PPC ad campaigns and has recently used the Amazon Vine program for reviews. The Seller uses keywords to help boost the products’ organic rankings. The business does not have an email list or any social media accounts. Building out these channels offers a Buyer the opportunity to grow the business’ audience.
Included in the sale is a branded-domain website that currently isn't set up to sell products, but could be built out if a Buyer wishes to do so.
This listing is for a display advertising and Amazon Associates business created in April 2010 in the baby care niche. The WordPress site features buying guides, round-up articles, and informational content related to equipment for young children and babies. It has a strong backlink profile, and traffic across the site is very well-diversified, with the top three pages getting 6.07%, 4.37%, and 3.09% of total traffic respectively. Overall, the business requires just one hour per week from the Seller to maintain.
The business earns revenue through Mediavine display advertising (60%) and the Amazon Associates program (40%). The top three traffic channels for the site include organic search (89.12%), direct (8.03%), and social (2.1%). The top three countries generating the most traffic are the US (64.91%), CA (9.55%), and the UK (7.71%) respectively.
The Seller spends approximately 1 hour per week reviewing content and checking earnings. Content is created on an ongoing basis by a freelancer, who also provides SEO services and formats and publishes the content. There are 24 pieces of prepaid round-up content currently on order, which will be provided by the freelancer.
Also included in the sale are social media profiles for Pinterest and YouTube. The Seller states that video content has worked well for them in the past, and pinned content is popular in the niche in general, so developing both channels could be an attractive option of growth for potential Buyers.
There is an additional domain included, which is currently being used as a 301 redirect to a specific post on the main site.
This listing is for an Amazon FBA and eCommerce business created in February 2019 in the supplements niche. The trademarked brand is registered with Amazon Brand Registry 2.0 and has 45 total SKUs related to a mainstream diet. The top-rated SKU has an average 4-star rating with over 2K reviews, and many of the other SKUs are rated 4 stars. The business requires minimal effort from the Seller to maintain.
Revenue is generated from Amazon FBA (95%) and Shopify (5%). The Seller uses a manufacturer based in Spain and a 3PL shipper who sends inventory directly to Amazon warehouses in the EU/UK, the UAE, and the US. There are currently 19 SKUs active in the EU/UK, 15 in the UAE, and 11 in the US.
The Seller spends approximately 4 hours per week on customer service, checking inventory, researching products, monitoring PPC ad spend, and creating advertising strategies. The Seller has previously spent time creating email marketing campaigns for a database of 25k subscribers to launch new products with exclusive discounts.
The Seller has identified possible pathways for growth for potential Buyers, including expanding PPC ad campaigns, adding SEO content to the website, and expanding sales to off-Amazon marketplaces.
*The Seller Central account is not included in the sale as the Seller has other brands linked to the account. A listing transfer will be used. Further details can be provided to active Buyers.
This listing is for an affiliate business created in April 2015 in the supplements niche. The WordPress site features reviews for male products related to dating and romance. The business is monetized through four affiliates, has a strong backlink profile, and drives traffic over a diverse number of pages. Minimal effort is required for the Seller to maintain the business.
The main traffic drivers are organic search (55.64%), direct (17.11%), and display (15.7%). The top 3 countries driving traffic are the US (47.84%), UK (10.68%), and Canada (4.78%). Page traffic is spread out nicely across the site, with the top 3 pages making 11.78%, 9.21%, and 7.86% of total site traffic respectively.
The Seller spends an average of 5 hours per week on the business replying to comments and emails. The Seller has also put effort into ensuring the email sequence is optimized. Although there could be room to expand on this further. No new content is currently being added to the site.
This business comes with an email list of around 3,000 subscribers and an autoresponder email sequence that engages with new subscribers. The emails get a high click-through rate of 15-30%. Also included is one 301 domain that redirects to the main domain, a trademark of the name of the site, and two pen names that have credibility on forums where content is posted. This business also comes with Facebook and Instagram pages, though neither has had any recent activity. The seller believes there is an opportunity to improve the automated email sequence to engage subscribers and drive sales.
According to the seller, another growth opportunity is in potentially creating content focused on the female market, and replicating the automated email sequence to communicate with female customers.
*This business used a few PBN links in the past but is no longer using these links.
This listing is for a display advertising, Amazon Associates, and guest posting business created in June 2017 in the hobbies and technology niches. The WordPress site features how-to guides for hobby enthusiasts. The site requires minimal effort from the Seller to maintain.
The business earns through Mediavine display advertising (82%), Amazon Associates (17%), and guest posts (1%). The top three traffic channels for the site are organic search (89.82%), direct (8.18%), and social (1.13%). The top three countries that drive this traffic are the US (35.45%), IN (12.71%), and GB (7.2%).
The Seller acquired the site in 2019 but hasn’t added much content recently. The Seller receives guest post inquiries fairly often but usually turns them down.
To grow the site there are opportunities to add more content on a regular basis, accept guest posts, and make affiliate connections with manufacturers in the niche directly.
This listing is for an Amazon FBA business created in October 2017 in the automotive niche. The included Amazon Seller Central account features 1 SKU, which is an auto care product. This business sells almost exclusively on the US marketplace and has seen solid net profit margins of approximately 20% over the last 12 months. The Seller is in the process of completing the trademark for this business and estimates the Seller Central account will be part of Amazon Brand Registry by October 2021. The SKU has a 4.3 average star rating out of 5 across 2000+ reviews and is eligible for Amazon Prime. Minimal effort is required from the Seller to maintain the business.
This business started selling in the Canadian marketplace in February 2021. Inventory is manufactured by one supplier in China and is shipped to California, where it is then shipped to Amazon fulfillment centers. The Seller spends on average seven hours per week on the business, primarily on customer support and inventory management.
This business comes with a built-out Shopify store, but this store has only generated a few sales so far. Also included in the sale is an email list of about 500 subscribers. One primary growth opportunity for this business is to add products that complement the main product. The Seller has several suggestions regarding products that could be sold under this brand.
*The business has featured several 10-15 day periods where they were out of stock. More information can be provided to interested Buyers.
This listing is for an Amazon KDP business created in September 2019 in the books niche. There are three associated pen names. A total of 248 books are included in the sale, which cover topics related to organization and activities. The best-selling books have strong reviews and ratings, and this business requires minimal time to maintain.
The seven top-selling books make up 70-75% of the total revenue. A majority of the top-selling books were created by the Seller, but all books are low-content and do not require a lot of skill or resources to produce. The Seller can provide book creation resources and information on where the books that were not created by the Seller were produced.
No books have been added since February 2020. Before this, the Seller spent some time creating the books and performing keyword research to find niches and write SEO-friendly book listings. With no real advertising spend driving traffic, this presents a growth opportunity for a Buyer with this skill set. Other growth opportunities include creating more books similar to the top sellers and working with social media influencers to promote books in their specific niche.
*The Seller also owns a few unused domain names in this niche and would be willing to include them with this business if necessary. More information can be provided to active Buyers.
This listing is for a display advertising and digital product business created in September 2019 in the culinary niche. The WordPress site features recipes for a specific type of diet. Traffic is evenly spread throughout the site, with traffic and revenues remaining stable over the last 12 months. The business has built up a large social media following and requires minimal effort from the Seller to maintain.
The business earns the majority of its revenue through AdThrive display ads (97%) as well as digital product sales of an ebook (3%). Social is the primary traffic channel (46.89%), followed by organic search (27.03%), and direct (21.52). Traffic comes mainly from the US (80.64%), Canada (6.19%), and Indonesia (4.13%). The top 3 pages make up ~26% of the site's total traffic.
The Seller spends 3 hours per week researching keywords and adding new content to the site. The content is outsourced and added sporadically throughout the month. Currently, the content is largely focused on one specific type of diet. Diversifying the content to include other diets is a growth opportunity a Buyer could consider.
The site has featured guest posts in the past, but no guest posting or link building has been done recently. A Buyer could expand the business by adding more backlinks and guest posts.
The business has a Pinterest account with ~60k followers that brings in 46% of the site's traffic, as well as a Facebook page (~20k followers) and a Facebook group (60k members). These social media accounts are a good traffic source and help to generate a fair amount of email leads. The business has an email list with 7,000 subscribers.
*The business has a negligible amount of revenue from Amazon Associates, but this makes up less than 1% of overall revenue.
This listing is for a display advertising business created in November 2019 in the food & beverages niche. The WordPress site features content and updates related to popular food chains and home shopping stores. The Seller has written all of the content for the business themselves and continues to see growth month-on-month. The business can be considered easy to maintain based on the Seller spending around four hours per week editing, writing, and publishing new content themselves.
This business earns 100% of the revenue from display advertising using the Ezoic and Google Adsense networks. The top three traffic channels for this business include organic search (93.95%), direct (4.19%), and social media (1.07%) signals. The top three countries in terms of generating the most traffic to the site include the US (92.05%), CA (4.3%), and AU (1.67%) audiences respectively.
This business does not have any employees and the Seller spends the majority of their time editing existing content on the site to ensure everything is up to date. The Seller will also write and publish around one to two new pieces of content per week depending on new updates from popular food chains and shopping stores the site covers. The Seller and their sister have been managing the content for this business and are happy to share the existing process for producing new content to help ease the transition to the new owner.
No paid link service has been used for this business and all links to the site have been gained organically. Links to the site have been gained through forum posting and responding to comments, along with some web 2.0 links. Growing the backlink profile serves as a growth opportunity for the Buyer to consider exploring further.
This business includes social media accounts for Facebook and Pinterest, with a decent amount of traffic generated through these platforms. Growing the social media profiles and building an email list serve as additional growth levers for the business for a Buyer to explore.
*The top page of this business accounts for 42% of the total traffic. More information will be provided to active Buyers.
This listing is for an Amazon FBA business created in August 2020 in the culinary and food & beverages niches. Included with the Amazon Seller Central account are 7 SKUs used for food transportation. The environmentally-friendly products benefit from being in a growing niche and the best-selling SKU has been awarded an Amazon's Choice badge. The trademarked business is a part of Amazon Brand Registry 2.0 and requires minimal effort from the Seller to maintain.
The products are sold mainly in Canada (54%) and the US (46%). They are manufactured in China by two suppliers who store the inventory free of charge until it is ready for shipment. Most of the shipments are transported directly to Amazon warehouses. Some of the products for the Canadian account have been stored in the Seller’s garage due to Covid restrictions and Amazon inventory limits.
The business’s inventory limit for US Amazon warehouses is 1000 units for standard size and 187 cubic feet, and 788 units for standard size at the Canadian warehouses.
The Seller spends 2 hours per week on the business, managing inventory, overseeing PPC advertising campaigns, and checking new products. The business does not have an email list or any other social media accounts. Building out these channels offers a Buyer the opportunity to grow the business's audience.
As demand continues to grow, a Buyer could consider wholesaling the products in the B2B industry. A Buyer could also adapt the functionality of the product to suit other niches.
The business has a branded website that is set up to sell products, but it generates less than 1% of overall sales.
This listing is for an Amazon FBA business created in November 2015 in the children's niche. The included Amazon Seller Central account features 5 SKUs (and 28 inactive SKUs) for two brands selling products related to children's hobbies and toys. The business includes three trademarks and is part of Amazon's Brand Registry 2.0. The Seller has included two exact match Shopify storefronts for both brands and six additional domains. No employees exist for the business and the Seller currently spends around 10 hours per week maintaining the business.
This business primarily generates revenue from Amazon FBA (99%) with a small amount of income produced from the Shopify storefronts (<1%). The majority of sales for this business stem from the US and CA marketplaces respectively.
The primary source of traffic to the listings for this business includes Amazon PPC campaigns when a product is launched to help gain ranking and reviews at the start. The Seller will use Amazon's Seller Tools API to request reviews after an initial launch and focus on building listings with specific keywords targeted to maintain rankings organically. All ranking techniques used by the Seller have been Amazon TOS compliant and the products have a solid running history of sales and positive reviews.
The suppliers for both brands' lines of products are located in Vietnam and China. The Seller ships inventory via sea freight to be stored in one of two warehouses located in the US and Canada. The Seller works directly with these 3PL warehouse providers to manage overseas orders and any shipping issues or delays prior to forwarding inventory to Amazon's fulfillment centers.
Growth potential according to the Seller includes expanding the product line to international marketplaces such as Europe, Australia, and Japan. Other opportunities include expanding marketing campaigns off Amazon and growing the eCommerce sales channels to include wholesale providers such as Walmart. Other growth levers for this business include expanding the product line within sub-niches and producing bundle packs for popular items that are usually purchased together.
This business includes a large email list for both brands (9,200 contacts for the primary brand and 1,100 for the other) with both lists stored in Klaviyo. These email lists have been growing steadily through the use of the Wheelio app to potentially win a free gift. The email lists have not been used to send any marketing material serving as a great opportunity for the Buyer to consider monetizing and growing further.
Social media accounts on Facebook and Pinterest for both brands, though none of which are important in terms of generating a large amount of traffic to the listings or Shopify storefronts. Growing and optimizing the social media profiles for this business serves as another growth opportunity for the Buyer to explore further.
*The business was impacted by stock shortages due to the global pandemic in 2020 and early 2021. These issues have since been resolved and more information can be provided to active Buyers.
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