How toAdd Your Product to Amazon Prime Day | Tips for Anyone Starting a Business

Pravin Chandan
3 min readJul 26, 2022


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If you’re reading this, you’ve probably realized that Prime Day is coming up on Saturday. For some of us entrepreneurs out there, it can be difficult to keep track of all the exciting new business opportunities available during the annual event. But don’t stress — we got you covered! In this article, we’ll guide you through everything from how to get your product onto Amazon Prime Day to how to make sure your goods sell well on the day.

What is Amazon Prime Day?

Amazon Prime Day is a yearly event that features huge discounts on select items from the Amazon website. The deals vary from year to year, but they usually include at least one new product that’s exclusive to the website. This year, a few popular exclusives include the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Samsung Galaxy Note 10, HTC U11 and Google Pixel 2 XL.

Get On Amazon Prime Day

To be eligible to participate in Amazon Prime Day, your product must be new, untested on a large scale, and therefore eligible for a “Prime” shipping rate. If your product is already available on another website, you can’t participate in Amazon Prime Day with its new pricing. To find out more about eligibility, visit this page on the Amazon Prime website.

Target Consumers

To find the right target market for your product, start by targeting the people who might be interested in it. To do this, look at the top comments on Amazon and other retailers’ websites to see what customers are saying about your product either in glowing or critical reviews. Next, look at other products or services that customers are rating highly and commenting on. You should do this for almost every product you sell so that you can learn what problems your product can solve and what problems customers are experiencing with other products.

Find a Niche or Problem to Add to Amazon Prime Day

If you’re looking for a new market to explore, there are a few problems or categories of products that seem to be highly desired by various market sectors. For example, fitness trackers seem to be a hot selling product in the health and fitness category. Similarly, people who travel the most seem to want to buy travel alarm clocks. A good way to find a problem to add to Amazon Prime Day is to look at what people are complaining about the most. For example, people tend to complain about groceries a lot, so if you sell groceries, you might be able to create a new product that solves a problem people have with shopping for groceries every week.

Try an Effective Landing Page

A great way to attract potential customers and make them feel welcome to shop with you is to use an effective landing page. An effective landing page is a page that’s simple, clean, and uses modern design elements to make the page look professional and enticing. This doesn’t have to be complicated or involve extensive use of the latest web technologies, either. A good rule of thumb is to make the page roughly the same weight and colour as the product it’s landing on.

Set Up a Great Marketing Automation System

Marketing automation systems can do a lot for you when it comes to making sure your products hit the ground running on Amazon Prime Day. Most systems let you set up email communications with subscribers and automate the sending of sales notifications. You can also set up “sales funnels,” where you’ll send customers one of your products at a time and follow up with a personalized message after each sale.

Bottom Line

Now that you know what to expect during Amazon Prime Day, you can better prepare your business for success by placing heavy emphasis on marketing and selling on the day. attend conferences HostProduct launches BuildAnAmazonPrimeDay team The biggest takeaway from this article is that you should always be prepared for Amazon Prime Day. By taking the time to plan out your event, you’ll make it much easier to sell products and have a much better chance of success.



Pravin Chandan

I have had a career in marketing that spanned over two decades. Now, I am here to share the learnings from my experience with young marekters