As an Amazon seller, you need to keep up with the latest trends and continue to keep growing your business. But, managing a successful Amazon FBA business is time-consuming.
So, you don’t always have time to read tons and tons of information.
That’s why you should consider listening to an Amazon seller podcast.
But, how do you choose the right one and where do you find it?
Don’t worry, I’ve done all the research for you and have come up with a list of 27 that I consider worth listening to.
Most of these feature current episodes but there are a few older ones that are still worth listening to.
The benefit of listening to a podcast is that you can do it while you’re attending to other things.
So, grab your favorite listening device and dial in one or more of these podcasts.
You can listen to them in the car, in the checkout line at the grocery store or while you’re waiting to pick up the kids.
By the way, these are in no particular order of preference.
1. Silent Sales Machine Radio
This was the first podcast I listened to when we started selling on Amazon through FBA.
I think I actually started at the beginning and then worked my way through a lot of the episodes.
In this podcast series, Jim Cockrum provides a lot of actionable, down-to-earth information about selling on Amazon. Jim is also the author of the best-selling book “Silent Sales Machine”.
He interviews many successful online Amazon sellers and there are tons of rags-to-riches stories.
He also intersperses a fair bit of Christian religion and philosophy into his podcasts.
So, if that doesn’t resonate with you, you have to learn to overlook it.
Jim started the podcast over 20 years ago and has currently racked up over 320 episodes.
Undoubtedly, this success is evidence of a lot of loyal listeners.
Apart from talking about selling on Amazon, the podcast also covers general online marketing, self-publishing and the importance of mindset. Plus, it delves into other online business opportunities.
You can listen to the episodes on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify and PodBean.
- 168 – Over 50,000 of us are selling more than $500,000 per year on Amazon
- 173 – Four simple questions that lead to great products you can sell
- 208 – Building a seven figure REPLENS business on Amazon
- 218 – From ZERO to $30K in sales per month in 90 days
- 249 – Amazon success tips: Simple lessons you’ll wish you’d learned the easy way
2. My Wife Quit Her Job
This podcast came about when host Steve Chou’s wife decided to quit her job after finding out she was expecting their first child. She started an online Amazon store called Bumblebee Linens.
The podcast not only covers selling on Amazon but a whole bunch of other online ventures as well. These include blogging, digital products, email marketing and selling books.
In the Amazon selling podcasts, Steve interviews a host of successful online sellers who share their success stories. You’ll find a lot of useful information here to help you to grow your own Amazon business.
This is definitely a podcast worth spending some time on if you’re serious about building your online business. You can listen to the podcast episodes on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Pandora and Overcast.
- Brad Moss – What’s Working With Selling on Amazon Today
- Kevin Chen – How To Scale an Ecommerce Business to 8 Figures in Just 2 Years
- Scott Voelker – A Better Way to Launch Products on Amazon Today
- Cynthia Stine – How to Prevent your Amazon Account from Getting Suspended
- Karon Thackston – How to Create Amazon Listings that Sell Like Crazy
3. The David Aladdin Show (AmzSecrets)
The first thing I noticed upon visiting this site is that the site is not secure and there are some obvious errors in the coding. The podcast focuses mainly on private label products and there are many interviews with top-level sellers.
While the content of the podcasts might be useful and entertaining, the website itself leaves a lot to be desired. In fact, the grammar is appalling.
Now I understand that podcasts are listened to and the transcripts are just an added extra, but that doesn’t mean that they shouldn’t be top-notch. Or in my opinion, at least grammatically correct.
I started to listen to a couple of the podcasts and discovered that the sound quality was not the best either. Plus, the background music, while nice, is really distracting.
So, personally, I think there are far better podcasts that you can listen to.
If you’re still interested, you can listen to the podcasts on iTunes, Android, Stitcher, xBox, YouTube and Facebook.
4. Rock Your Brand (The Amazing Seller)
Scott Voelker is down-to-earth and believes that nothing happens without some hard work. His passion is to help people build successful businesses and live the lives that they want.
Although Scott started his podcast primarily around selling on Amazon, it appears some of the focus has now shifted onto creating digital products and email marketing. It looks like this happened when the podcast name was changed from The Amazing Seller to Rock Your Brand.
The good news is that there are over 800 episodes of the podcast that focus primarily on selling on Amazon. Or, related topics. This includes some good how-to episodes as well.
5. Ask Jordan
When it comes to learning how to build a successful Amazon business, there’s nothing better than learning from someone who has actually done it.
Jordan Malik is not only a best-selling author but also an award-winning Amazon merchant. He’s been interviewed by Time, The Wall Street Journal and CNBC.
What I did notice though, is that he hasn’t created any podcasts since July 2016. However, with the 119 podcasts available, there’s some good information that I’m sure Amazon sellers will find useful.
Be prepared though, that the website is a bit outdated and does contain quite a few affiliate links. Topics covered include sourcing products, dealing with dips and changes in your business and overcoming poor mindset.
The podcasts can be listened to on iTunes, YouTube, Stitcher, Google Play and PodBay.fm
- 113 – Instant Gratification
- 112 – Work vs Reward
- 111 – Comparing Yourself to Other Amazon Sellers
6. FBA Journey
Aaron and Chris started their Amazon FBA business in 2017 as a way to make some side income. They decided to record their progress in this 5-part podcast series.
The series covers cashflow, private label, retail arbitrage and social media marketing.
The podcasts can be listened to on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts and Anchor.
There are only 5 episodes and all are worth listening to.
7. The Smart Online Seller
There are only 7 episodes in this podcast by Justin Balk. They mainly talk about private label products – how to test an idea and how to market the products.
There’s some worthwhile information here if you want to venture into private-label with your own FBA business.
The last episode was created in April, 2015 so some of the information might be a little outdated. However, you should still get some valuable tips.
It’s also interesting to note that Justin’s website no longer exists.
8. AM/PM Podcast
This podcast covers a whole range of information about selling online from product development to marketing strategies.
The episodes are also available as YouTube videos. Plus, you can see a time-stamp of the most important points discussed in each episode.
It also looks like new episodes are added regularly, so you’re sure to get some good up-to-date information for running your business.
9. Keyword: The Amazon Insider
This podcast is unique because its host, Kate Valentine, only interviews current and former Amazon employees. This means you’ll hear some good in-depth information about selling on the platform.
The episodes are fairly current, too. This means that you’ll get up-to-date insider information about what’s going inside Amazon.
This is a definitive ‘must listen to’ podcast for all Amazon FBA sellers.
You can listen to the podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play and Spotify.
10. Serious Seller (Helium 10)
This podcast is created by the team at Helium 10. It aims to share the knowledge and experience of top sellers on Amazon. New content is released every Tuesday and Thursday.
The podcast is mainly aimed at part-time sellers to encourage them to create a full-time Amazon business. Episodes focus on growth, advertising strategies, product sourcing and financial strategies.
You can listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify and YouTube.
11. Seller Round Table Amazon FBA
This podcast is solely for Amazon FBA sellers with lots of tips and tricks for growing a successful Amazon business. One of the hosts, Andy Arnott, is himself a 7-figure Amazon seller and Amy Wees is an inventor and brand builder.
Episodes focus on private-label, increasing sales and using additional marketing channels. New episodes are released every Tuesday, so you’ll always get up-to-date information.
12. The Full-Time FBA Show
The Full-Time FBA show aims to teach part-time Amazon sellers how to turn their business into a full-time income. It includes profitable Amazon reseller strategies that anyone can utilize.
Episodes focus on numerous subjects. These include sourcing, overcoming fear, repricing and utilizing Amazon flips.
What I like about this podcast series is that it offers real actionable tips that the hosts use in their own business.
You can listen to the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon Music, iHeartRadio, Google Play, Podbean, Podbay and Podchaser.
While not primarily focused on Amazon FBA, this podcast talks more about general eCommerce. The main categories include buying and selling stores, lifestyle & growth and product sourcing.
There are also a lot of success stories if you need some inspiration to grow your business. Currently, there are over 350 episodes, so there’s bound to be quite a few that you’ll find useful.
You can listen to the podcast on Spotify, iTunes, Google Play and Stitcher.
14. Amazon PPC Podcast
This podcast focuses on Amazon PPC advertising. It will teach you how to optimize your campaigns to get more from your advertising dollar.
New episodes are released on a weekly basis, so you can be assured of plenty of up-to-date information. This is the perfect podcast if you want a deep-dive into Amazon PPC.
15. Amazing Freedom
This podcast focuses mainly on interviews with successful Amazon sellers to provide inspiration and motivation. It also discusses sourcing and private-label product development.
However, there haven’t been any new episodes since April, 2020.
16. Empire Flippers
Empire Flippers is primarily in the business of selling eCommerce websites. However, their podcast focuses on Amazon business success.
There are episodes dedicated to Amazon FBA as well as affiliate sites for Amazon Associates. Interviews with sellers of Amazon FBA business feature extensively.
If you’re keen to build up your Amazon FBA business to a level where you can sell it, then these podcasts are a must-listen.
- 111 – Growing Multiple Revenue Streams in the Pet Care Niche
- 198 – Running a 5-Figure Amazon FBM Business in the Home Niche
- 189 – Creating a Stand-Out FBA Brand Boasting Several Best-Sellers
- 185 – How To Grow a 6-Figure FBA Asset in an Evergreen Niche
- 161 – Taking Diversification to the Next Level with Amazon FBA
17. Streams Of Income
Ryan is a successful Amazon seller and entrepreneur, among other things. He also runs an Amazon business mentoring group called ‘Amazon Legends’. I’ve been a member of this group for nearly 2 years now and the information is both actionable and useful.
In his podcast, Streams of Income, Ryan talks to other successful Amazon sellers who tell the stories of their success. Plus, he also delves into self-publishing, private-label and creating courses.
Ryan creates new episodes constantly, so the information is always relevant and up-to-date. I highly recommend listening to this podcast series.
You can listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Stitcher and Amazon Echo.
- 065 – The Power of Why
- 060 – How Joel Built a Private-Label Brand from a Product He Manufactures Himself
- 057 – How to Get a 2000% Return on Investment Selling Online
- 049 – Niche Down to Build your Business Up
- 041 – How They Would Start Over With $100
18. Amazing FBA
Based in the UK, Michael Veazey created this podcast series for Amazon sellers with a strong focus on the UK market.
Episodes range from talking about Amazon FBA Private-Label to selling an eCommerce business and everything in between.
There are also episodes that talk about other online platforms such as Shopify, Magento and Woocommerce. So, if you’re wanting to branch out from selling just on Amazon, you’ll find some good information here.
19. Seller Sessions
With over 500 episodes, Seller Sessions is the largest Amazon FBA podcast for advanced sellers. The episodes are full of no-nonsense information and advice.
Danny is based in the UK and hosts an annual conference for UK sellers called Seller Sessions Live. New episodes are released 3 times a week and often focus on new trends and emerging issues.
There are also a lot of in-depth interviews with top sellers and industry experts.You can listen to the podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and YouTube.
20. The Smartest Amazon Seller
Scott Needham is the CEO of BuyBoxer. The company has the largest catalog of Amazon products in the US. In fact, as Amazon sellers ourselves, we often share the BuyBox with this company.
Over the years, Scott has developed a deep knowledge of how to sell products successfully on Amazon and shares this through his podcast episodes.
He also talks to other industry experts to give you all the information you need to take your Amazon business to the next level.
You can listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Player.fm, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Podtail and Spreaker.
21. Follow The Data
This podcast is specifically aimed at Amazon sellers who launch their own private-label products. Through data research and analysis, the podcast tackles the sometimes mysterious aspects of selling on Amazon.
Episodes cover product launches, outsourcing, advertising and ranking. There are new episodes released every week.
22. The Private Labeler Show
This podcast talks primarily about selling your own private-label products on Amazon. There are episodes that cover importing, where to source products and emerging trends.
The host, Nick Landowski, interviews many industry experts for in-depth information and tips on building a successful Amazon business.
You can listen to the podcast on iTunes, Spotify and Stitcher.
23. Seller Speak
This podcast focuses on interviewing different Amazon sellers to hear their stories.
If you’re looking for inspiration, it’s always good to listen to how other sellers have started their business and the challenges they faced.
You can listen to the podcast on Breaker, Castbox, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, RadioPublic, Spotify and Stitcher.
24. QA Selling Online
The host of this podcast, Quin Amorim, started selling on Amazon way back in 2014. He’s created several of his own private-label brands and also manages a number of multi-million dollar accounts.
The podcast episodes mainly cover private-label and how to get more sales on Amazon. In his podcast, Quin interviews top Amazon sellers and industry experts.
You can listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn and Spotify.
25. Seller Jams
Although there have been no new episodes since August, 2019, there’s still some good information in this podcast.
There are only 13 episodes covering a few different topics such as licensing, Amazon PPC and selling your Amazon business.
You can listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Breaker, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Spotify, PodBean, RadioPublic and Stitcher.
SellerPlex was established in 2018 to help ecommerce companies increase their online success.
The podcast focuses on interviews with top Amazon business owners. It’s primarily aimed at brand owners and private-label sellers. There is also a heavy focus on exit strategies for Amazon business builders.
You can listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Buzzsprout, Spotify, and Podbay.
27. Maximizing Ecommerce
In this podcast, Kevin Sanderson shares his knowledge about ecommerce from his own experiences. He is a full-time ecommerce entrepreneur and sells on Amazon in 8 countries.
Kevin also talks to industry experts who share their own experiences and knowledge.
You can listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher.
To Sum Up
I do hope you like my massive list of 27 Amazon seller podcasts. I’m sure there are a few here that will resonate with you.
My favorites would have to be Silent Sales Machine, My Wife Quit Her Job, Rock Your Brand, Streams of Income and Seller Sessions.
What are yours? Please, let me know in the comments below.
And, if you do work your way through the list, you’ll never run out of good podcasts to entertain and educate you.