0046: Catching Up with Amazon Expert and Thought Leader Bradley Sutton from Helium 10

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Bradley Sutton is the Director of Training and Chief Brand Evangelist at Helium 10, an Amazon inventory and financial marketing platform. He has been an entrepreneur for over 20 years, started a multimillion-dollar aftermarket car parts business when he was 19, and has launched over 400 products.

Bradley is an Amazon educator and host of the Serious Sellers Podcast, where he interviews Amazon FBA experts. He is a former sumo wrestler, zumba instructor, and social media mogul with over 30 million views on YouTube.

In this episode…

Are you trying to upgrade your keyword rankings? How do you increase your revenue and manage your brand across the Amazon platform?

As an Amazon business, there are many things to consider. Too many people are caught up in profits with no easy solution to calculate expenses. As a seller, it is difficult to find time to capture the cost of your goods. Thankfully, Bradley Sutton knows profitability is directly correlated to how well you manage your inventory — and he uses data analytic and inventory tools to generate tangible results within your brand.

In this episode of Amazing Exits, Kellianne Fedio and Paul Miller are joined by Bradley Sutton, Director of Training and Chief Brand Evangelist at Helium 10, to discuss how to build your brand in the Amazon ecosystem. Together they talk about algorithms to monitor your products and profitability, how to capitalize on your PPC ads, and brand forecasting for your eventual exit. Bradley also shares a new platform that is tailored to your brand’s financial needs. Stay tuned!

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