If you believe the question “How to sell online” has a very complicated answer, the reality can be far simpler. Here’s a step by step guide on how you can setup your online business within minutes with GST on AMAZON.
Step 1: Get valid tax documentation ready (GST number and/or PAN for business)
When you register, you have to give your GST Number/GST ID (If your item is charge excluded, you should give PAN subtleties pertinent to your business)
Try not to have a GST number? You can apply for GST involving our selective proposal for Amazon dealers by clicking here. Here is a fast aide on the best way to enroll for GST.
Step 2: UPC and Brand Registry
If you are selling an item that is as of now accessible on Amazon, you can jump to Step 3! With our match highlight, most item subtleties will be filled naturally including the one-of-a-kind item code (UPC).
In the event that you are selling a one-of-a-kind/new item, you can give your UPC while posting. Assuming UPC is inaccessible, apply for UPC exception.
Dealers who have their own image can enlist your image under brand vault to keep away from brand encroachment.
Stage 3: Cataloging and posting
Cataloging your products can be very easy on Amazon. You can choose any of the listing methods that suit you best.
Create listing individually or in bulk, through the desktop or the Seller App, whichever you prefer.
In case you need professional help, Amazon’s service provider network (SPN) will help you with cataloging.
Step 4: Configure shipping options
Choose the shipping service which suits you best. You can select from shipping options like:
Fulfilled By Amazon (FBA) – Amazon will store your product in our warehouse, and pack and ship the product to the customer when an order is placed.
Easy Ship – Have the product packaged and ready once you receive an order, and Amazon will collect the product from your doorstep and deliver it to the customer.
Self-ship – This is where you, the seller, would handle the entire process of storage, packing, and delivery to the customer, by yourself, after you receive an order.
Learn in more detail about these various shipping options here. Based on your choice, you can set shipping rates for your products.
Step 5: Bank details and account setup
India’s regulatory authority wants to be more than just a Food & Beverage (F&B) industry watchdog. They want to be a collaborator with F&B business owners. So as a manufacturer/retailer, you already have a better ecosystem in place that is keen to work with you and help you become compliant.
Once you register at https://sellercentral.amazon.in/ you have to create an account by setting a password with the phone number.
you can always contact the Seller Support Team in case you need help. Registering and launching yourself as a seller on Amazon.in is a very easy process. If you have not registered yet, click here to become an online seller at Amazon India.
HOW TO SELL ON FLIPKART
To sell on Flipkart
Firstly, Register yourself at seller.flipkart.com.
Secondly, List your products under specific product categories.
Thirdly, Once an order is received, pack the product and mark it as ‘Ready to Dispatch’. Our logistics partner will pick up the product and deliver it to the customer.
Once an order is successfully dispatched, Flipkart will settle your payment within 7-15 business days based on your seller tier.
HOW TO SELL ON MEESHO
Meesho follows the concept of reselling. There is a well-established catalog with quality products of categories – clothing, home and kitchen equipment, and other lifestyle essentials on the Meesho application (users can also list their own products) by enrolling in to create a meesho seller account. Users need to download the application and select the category of product that they wish to sell and broadcast among their social groups. Meesho takes 0% commission from sellers.