It’s worth noting that the success rate of Amazon FBA businesses can vary greatly and depends on a number of factors such as the product you choose to sell, the market demand for that product, the level of competition in that market, your advertising and marketing efforts, and how effectively you are able to manage and optimize your business.

In general, a lot of businesses fail in the first year because they haven’t done enough research, didn’t understand the cost structure and market competition, but those who are persistent and do their research on the market and products usually are able to build a profitable business with time.

In order to increase your chances of success, it’s important to research your product and the market demand for it, carefully consider the costs associated with Amazon FBA, be prepared for risks and challenges, optimize your listing, pricing and product according to customer reviews and sales performance, and be willing to put in the time and effort to make your business a success.

Additionally, it’s also important to keep in mind that Amazon’s policies and fees may change over time, so it’s important to stay updated and make adjustments as needed. It’s also important to diversify your sales channels and not be too reliant on one platform.

Keep in mind that the e-commerce market is constantly evolving, and the success rate of an Amazon FBA business may change over time as well.

If you’re considering FBA and would like a done-for-you option, schedule a completely free, no obligation consultation with the Dwely team. We work with our clients to build stores that can be sold in the future if desired or held for perpetual cash flow / passive income.

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