As an Amazon seller, the more knowledge you amass, the greater chance you have of success.
But, with the amount of information available, how do you choose what to follow?
There are websites dedicated to selling on Amazon and training courses.
Plus, there are podcasts and hundreds of Facebook groups.
Trying to find just one or two reliable ones can eat up much of your valuable time.
Time that you should be spending on growing your business.
To help you out, I’ve spent a large amount of time researching Amazon seller Facebook groups.
I’ve compiled a list of the top 5 most active groups.
What I like about these groups is that they give valuable information in a positive environment.
Many other groups exist that may also be valuable.
But, these 5 are a good starting point.
P.S. At the end of this article, you will find a BONUS!
Top 5 Facebook Groups for Amazon FBA Sellers
Here are the top 5 Facebook groups designed for Amazon FBA Sellers in no particular order.
#1: My Silent Team
This group was created in August 2013 by top-selling author, podcaster, and Amazon entrepreneur, Jim Cockrum. It now has over 62,000 members. It’s a private group but welcomes all new members.
The group is very active with many new discussions posted daily. It’s a place for Amazon FBA sellers to ask questions and get helpful advice from the strong membership.
Apart from lots of helpful tips for FBA sellers, the group also covers selling on Walmart and eBay.
Plus, there’s information for private-label sellers and those interested in print-on-demand.
With a large, global team of moderators, you’re sure to get your questions answered within this group. Also, they stress that there are no “dumb” questions and welcome anyone to contribute.
#2: Amazon Legends
This is a tight-knit group with only 947 members currently. Admission to the group is via a paid “Legends” membership that costs $197 per month.
This might sound like a lot. But, membership of Legends also entitles you to free use of many tools designed for FBA sellers. Plus, there are several off-shoot groups that you can also join.
Ryan Reger started the group back in December 2016. He was also connected to the My Silent Team group. Then, he decided to branch out on his own with colleague, Danny Stock.
The group is highly-focused on selling on Amazon but also branches out to other marketplaces such as Walmart and eBay. As well as many active members, the group also has a ton of videos and webinars available in the units section. This is more than enough insider information for anyone to master selling on Amazon.
The perks of being a member of Legends also include:
- The Legendary Sourcing App
- The Legendary Seller
- Software for record-keeping
- Discounts to 2 Prep Centers
- Legendary Toolkit for product analysis on Amazon
- A China Sourcing agent
- Local Meetups
- 2 Conferences per year
#3: Helium 10 Members
This is the Facebook group created in June 2016, for people who are subscribers of the Helium 10 suite of tools. It’s designed to assist Amazon sellers in general. Plus, there are tips on how to get the best out of using Helium 10’s tools.
The group is very active with over 90 new posts on just the 1 day that I visited.
I asked to join as a free member of Helium 10 and was approved almost immediately.
In scanning through the discussions, there seems to be a lot of help and advice.
Especially for private-label sellers. I believe the group is very much geared toward this.
#4: Amazon FBA Jungle
Nick Landowski started this group in January 2016. He is a podcaster with a show called The Private Labeler. It’s primarily aimed at private-label Amazon sellers.
The group is very active. Plus, you receive discounted access to various tools and resources when you join. You can also download a PDF from the files section on “20 Hot Product Opportunities”. This is well worth a read to learn how to identify a good private-label product.
Nick also shares links to other useful training information for Amazon sellers.
#5: FBA Today
This group was started in January 2015 by entrepreneurs Nathan McCallister and Christopher Grant. Nathan has his own website called EntreResource.com. Chris also has his own website called ClearTheShelf.com.
But, Chris Grant is far more active in this group. He puts up quite a few regular posts and also has interviews with other industry experts.
You’ll find a lot of useful documents and PDFs that you can download from the “Files” section in the group. The group is very active. And, most posters get their questions answered fairly quickly.
This group appears to cater to all types of Amazon sellers, not just private-label.
What do you think of this list of the top 5 Amazon seller Facebook groups?
What I like about these groups is that they’re all active.
Plus, the discussions within these groups are helpful.
And, quite often they offer solutions to common problems.
The groups also have a positive vibe. This is important when you’re running your Amazon business.
You want to be able to get helpful advice and definitely stay away from any negativity.
Are you a member of any of these groups? Do you interact often? Do your questions get answered promptly?
Please feel free to share your experiences with us in the comments below.