In the world of ecommerce, Amazon is king. In any given month, around 197 million people browse Amazon for products and many of them go on to make purchases… to the tune of $32 billion!

For people interested in making money online, selling on Amazon is a no-brainer. The company has built an amazing platform for sellers of all sizes that arms you with a ton of tools to facilitate success.

One of those tools is FBA (or, Fulfillment by Amazon).

In this article, we'll be walking you through the in's and out's of Amazon FBA so that you can better understand what it is and how it can revolutionize the way you sell online. Don't worry if this is your first run in with FBA, we'll be taking it slow!

Amazon.com forbids foreign sales of seeds into the U.S. after thousands of suspicious packets, many postmarked from China, arrived at households around the world this summer. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) in July identified more than a dozen plant species ranging from morning glories to mustard in the bags of unsolicited seeds. It warned Americans not to plant the seeds.

At the beginning of July, China to US West Coast prices climbed 7% to $2,796, a figure that loomed a worrying 76% above the levels of July 2019. Similarly, the East Coast prices also climbed 3% to $3,458, 23% higher than the levels seen last year. This news came about a third consecutive General Rate Increase on Chinese goods coming into the country at the start of July thanks to a rise in importer demand. Some importers have even been seen attempting to add Peak Season Surcharges to their prices.

Amazon announced a major change for sellers on its USA marketplace, this week as part of an update that will be introduced in the near future. Amazon Sellers will soon be required to display both their business name and their address on their seller profile pages. Merchants who work as individual sellers will be required to input their own personal name and address.