The 24 Most Valuable Podcasts for Amazon Sellers

Mia Kovacevic / 21 min read

We are definitely living in abundant times for Amazon Sellers.

High quality information on the latest tips, trends, and techniques is available from a variety of sources, easily accessed through your phone. One of the most valuable learning platforms for Amazon sellers are podcasts.The growth in podcast listening has been explosive, as millennials in particular flock to the format to consume – and start – podcasts.

A recent study from LinkedIn showed that podcasts were listened to at least once a week by 42% of 18-34 year olds.

It’s been said that for this generation, “Let’s start a podcast” is the equivalent of previous generations saying “Let’s start a band”.

It’s more than just millennials doing the listening. forecasts for 2018 that 73 million listeners will listen to a podcast at least once per month.

That’s a huge audience, equivalent to more than one-fifth of the US population.

So how does this benefit Amazon Sellers?

One of the main things driving podcast popularity is their ability to boost productivity, as in learning while you listen while you are doing something else, like driving. It’s a fun and easy way to increase your knowledge in the midst of your daily work/life schedules.

Podcasts are a way to become an expert on a subject while commuting to work or hitting the gym. In other words, education while multitasking is now both possible and popular.

With the explosion in podcast listening comes an equivalent explosion in the number of podcasts.

Podcasts are now available on every topic, for every niche, and about, well, pretty much everything you can imagine – and there are more new ones every day.

Fortunately for us, there are a lot of great podcasts about selling on Amazon, dropping “value bombs” into your headphones on the regular.

We’ve done the hard work for you by parsing all the Amazon Seller podcasts we could find – because we know you’re too busy to do it yourself.

Here’s a carefully curated list of The 24 Most Valuable Podcasts for Amazon Sellers including recommended episodes to help you level up your e-commerce business in a fast, convenient, and fun way.

We’ve also included the best podcasts for business, inspiration, and mindset to keep your Amazon game strong.

Get your ear pods and iPhone ready – here we go!

Amazon Seller's Best Podcasts List


best podcasts for Amazon Sellers


1. The Amazing Seller

The Amazing Seller podcast is hosted by Scott Voelker, who has been selling on Amazon since October 2014.

This podcast is focused on Amazon FBA for Private Labelers.

Along with telling his own business stories, Scott interviews sellers that are doing well to find me tips and nuggets to try in your own business. With over 9 million downloads to date, it’s clear that listeners are finding lots of value here.

Our Favorite Episode:

TAS 565: ASK SCOTT #176 – How Do I Find My Target Market and My Niche?

Scott shares his thoughts on it’s so important to diversify your business, discusses the importance of marketing as a skill set that will serve you well as you build your brand, and finally answers a listener question about how do to identify your target market and your niche.

2. Keyword: The Amazon Insider Podcast

Keyword: The Amazon Insider Podcast is the only podcast made to help Amazon merchants that delivers authoritative content exclusively from current and former Amazon employees.

Host Kate Valentine helps you get an edge on the competition and accelerate your learning with the 411 directly from those who know Amazon the best.

Our Favorite Episode:

Ep. 001 Keyword Podcast: How to Write Jeff Bezos with Tim Hughes

This episode is about how to email Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, so you actually get a response from Amazon. Amazon Insider Tim Hughes has had two situations where he’s written to Jeff and both times his problem was taken care of - and he’ll share with you just how he did it.

3. Seller Session

Currently one of the best and most up-to-date podcast on the Amazon scene is definitely Seller Session, hosted by Danny McMillan & Richard Morgan.

What makes this podcast so great is their no nonsense approach to selling and no beating around the bush- they go straight into delivering value and respect their audience time.

Both Danny and Richard understand that everyone is on the grind and have busy schedules.

In their own words: ''We understand that our audience want their information fast, delivered in a tight concise way without all the pitching and hoops to jump through. So that’s how we deliver – no-nonsense and a BS-free zone.''

They broadcast three times per week around the globe on multiple platforms- keeping sellers up to date with the breaking news and advanced techniques in the Amazon world. 

Seller Sessions started out as a webinar back in January 2017 that went live every other Wednesday bringing in world famous guests such as Brian Johnson, Kevin King, Chad Rubin and Will Tjernlund, to name a few. It developed gradually into a podcast format and continues to inspire and help Amazon FBA & private label sellers worldwide.

Our Favorite Episode:

Hey Dude: Where's My Reviews Gone

In this episode, Richard is joined by Chris McCabe from eCommerce Chris and they tackle together one of the most hot topics for sellers - Reviews, or in this case specifically the reviews that have gone M.I.A. after the latest Amazon's ''cleanup''.

4eCommerce Momentum

Host Stephen Peterson and his wife are online sellers on Amazon, eBay, their own site and soon Etsy and 11Main. 

On eCommerce Momentum podcast, they interview the top Amazon, eBay and eCommerce sellers in the world, helping you to learn how to sell on Amazon, learn how to sell on eBay, and become a better FBA seller by listening to top lifestyle business sellers in the world.

The podcast focuses on the three P’s: People, Products and Process. There’s a place for listeners to go deeper and ask questions, and they offer notes, links and follow-up where necessary.

Our Favorite Episode:

336: Paul Macapagal – Selling on Amazon is 80% Mindset and 20% Merchandise (Life Lessons Learned From His Time with Tony Robbins’ Team)

Paul Macapagal really has his life in line - for him. That is the key - it needs to be right for you.

His Amazon FBA success fuels his energy to get better. Imagine designing your life to best suit you! Paul shares his secrets to life design, Amazon FBA success, and more in this value-packed episode.

5. AM/PM Podcast

Learn how to sell on Amazon with lots of FBA and Private Label selling tips on the AM/PM Podcast.

Join 7-figure Amazon seller and podcast host Manny Coats as he delivers the most useful and relevant Amazon selling tips for sellers at any step of the Amazon seller journey.

From best-in-class interviews with six and seven figure Amazon sellers to instructional how-to education, you’ve come to the right place for REAL increases in Amazon sales and bigger business growth.

Our Favorite Episode:

Top 40 Terms to Know as an Amazon FBA Seller – AM/PM Podcast Ep.150

How well versed are you in Amazon lingo? There is a lot of industry jargon to know whether you are just starting out or are an FBA seller veteran, and knowing it all is half the battle.

Host Manny Coats goes over the top 40 Amazon terms that every FBA seller should know to be more successful.

6The Ask Jordan Podcast

Host Jordan Malik is a best-selling author, podcaster, serial entrepreneur, and award-winning Amazon merchant. He has helped thousands of e-commerce merchants remarkably improve sales and profits via his info services, software, bestselling books, and Ask Jordan Podcasts.

Jordan has been interviewed by Time, The Wall Street Journal, CNBC, and several entrepreneur podcasts and publications.

Our Favorite Episode:

Ep. 97 - What Sourcing Method Is Best?

Jordan discusses the ins and outs of the various methods of sourcing your Amazon product. He’ll share importing/sourcing ideas and techniques, go over book selling, and point you in the right direction. 

7. Selling on Azon

Hosted by James J. Jones, Selling on Azon is the world's first daily podcast about selling physical products on Tune in to find out how you can get your products in front of millions of loyal customers. Interviews, tips, tricks, and techniques are all part of the mix on this helpful show.

Our Favorite Episode:

SOA 178: Pocket Guide to Selling on Amazon

Selling tips and tricks packed into a powerful 5-minute podcast that will tell you everything you need to know and what to do next.

8. British Amazon Seller (aka Amazing FBA)

The British Amazon Seller podcast is hosted by Michael Veazey and is focused on the UK market and British sellers, especially people selling Private Label products on Amazon. If you’re British or live in the UK, this show is especially for you.

If you’re from the USA (like about 45% of the podcast listeners), you’ll still find a lot to learn here. Michael’s mission is to help you choose better products and get sales and profit on Amazon Europe and Amazon USA.

He has been selling on Amazon USA since December 2014, started selling in the UK in July 2015, and branched out into other European marketplaces in late 2016.

Our Favorite Episode(s):

A 3-part series of interviews with Judolaunch’s Chris Rawlings- where he talks about his location independent journey to building a 7-figure Amazon brands, founding a company based on his experience and international expansion.

I was actually hooked on it the entire time, not to mention learned tons about my CEO's upas and downs, struggles and successes and how Judolaunch came to life.

Ep. 247 Become an Amazon Seller – Chris Rawlings’s Journey as an Entrepreneur

Ep. 248 Product Launch – How to Launch a Product on Amazon with Chris Rawlings of Judolaunch

9. AmzSecrets

Hosted by David Alladin, the AmzSecrets has over 150,000 listeners actively engaged. According to its founder, It was created because of need, rather than for fun.

The podcast gives you the latest strategies, secrets, and tips, both from the host’s own experiences and interviews with professional sellers, business leaders, and entrepreneurs. You’ll also get updates on important industry news.

Not a podcast for beginners, but for experienced sellers trying to get to the next level.

Our Favorite Episode:

AS 88: Inside the Mind of Kevin King, Who’s Pulled 3 Million So Far Selling on Amazon FBA

Kevin has been an entrepreneur his entire life. It’s been 30 years since he last received a paycheck from someone else. He has created, developed and guided hundreds of products from inception to market. In 2015, he started five private label brands on Amazon. Together those brands have grossed more than $3 million.

10. The Amazon Entrepreneur

Taz Ahsan is the host of the popular Amazon seller podcast The Amazon Entrepreneur.

He started his Amazon journey in January 2017 using the Retail Arbitrage business model for a few months and then went into wholesaling for a short period.

In July 2017, Taz started his Private Label journey and decided to create the Amazon Entrepreneur podcast. In his podcast, he not only shares his journey with others so that they could learn from his mistakes but also interviews some of the most influential sellers/services in the space about how they built their Amazon/eCommerce/Shopify business and how that can help you. You'll be getting all the latest and greatest updates from Amazon.

Our Favorite Episode:

TAE 093: Brand Builder Recap, My Biggest Takeaways...

Important updates from Amazon are discussed, as well as Taz’s experience and takeaways from the Brand builder conference in Austin.

Quote for the week: "A smooth sea never created a skilled sailor".

11. The Private Labeler Show

Nick Landowski, an online entrepreneur, internet marketer, and coach, hosts The Private Labeler Show. He created the podcast to talk about and share his knowledge of Amazon private label selling with the world.

He’s using this platform to build a community of like-minded entrepreneurs. Once Nick went all-in on Amazon, he wanted to start helping others achieve the same kinds of success that he had been achieving on my journey as a Amazon seller.

Our Favorite Episode:

Dealing with Dirty Sellers on Amazon FBA – EP104

If you sell on Amazon FBA long enough, then you are bound to encounter a few bad sellers who will try to attack you and hurt your business. While these events aren’t super common, it’s important that you are prepared to defend yourself from some of the tactics other sellers will use against you.

12. The Unstoppable Entrepreneur

Host Robyn Johnson started with just $100 and grew that into a seven-figure business. She became The Unstoppable Entrepreneur, and started a podcast. She’s taken her nerdy passion of selling on Amazon, and become an expert on selling in the marketplaces. 

Our Favorite Episode:

Episode 183: Building Your eCommerce Business on a Budget with Kristin Ostrander

Kristin Ostrander is a business owner, the co-founder of  Mommy Income, and the co-host of the popular YouTube show The Amazon Files. She is also the co-host of the newly launched podcast Entrepreneur on a Dime.

Kristin discusses the ups and downs of building your Amazon business with very little capital, ways to supplement your income, why finding an accountability partner is critical to your overall success, and more.

13. Silent Sales Machine Radio

Join thousands of other documented successful entrepreneurs who have learned to launch or grow thriving online businesses using cutting-edge, exciting strategies for Amazon FBA, eBay, self-publishing, online marketing and other proven online strategies as taught by author/host Jim Cockrum.

Jim's recently updated "Silent Sales Machine" book has launched countless success stories. The Silent Sales Machine Radio podcast is for anyone who is looking to build or start an online business the RIGHT way with advice from one of the most trusted names in online marketing.

Our Favorite Episode:

Episode 137: Walk Into Stores and Walk Out With Profit -

This episode will equip you with strategies and tools to ensure a wildly profitable "Q4".

Quite possibly the lowest hanging fruit business model that Jim teaches is the RA (aka Retail Arbitrage) strategy of sourcing profitable products either ONLINE or through walk-in retail stores. Numerous members of the podcast community have enjoyed wild success in this arena, and Jim will share the method with you.

14. My Wife Quit Her Job

Host Steve Chou was inspired to start this podcast after the birth of a new baby. His wife quit her job to take care their child full time. The only problem was that with the additional expense of having a child, she didn’t want to place a major crimp on their lifestyle or  finances.

They needed to find another way to make money and replace her six figure salary. An online store, Bumblebee Linens, was born - and managed to replace his wife’s salary of $100K within one year.

The My Wife Quit Her Job podcast is an interview based show where Steve brings in small business entrepreneurs who are killing it online. But there’s a twist. All of the entrepreneurs on the show bootstrapped their businesses and started their own ventures to improve their lifestyle in some way.

Our Favorite Episode:

Episode 338: Why I Finally Quit My Job and 8 Life Lessons I Learned in the Process

What Steve learned about life when he finally let his job go to focus on eCommerce and Amazon sales full-time, and how it can help you too.

15. Private Label Journey Podcast

As a best fit for German Amazon FBA sellers, the Private Label Journey Podcast is hosted by Gil Lang and Thomas Albiez. Entrepreneurs just like you, they started with the dream of financial freedom and the desire for a self-determined life.

Then they set out to make their dream a reality with an Amazon business. They’ve gained a lot of experience, made mistakes, learned from them, and, with the help of great people, figured out what REALLY is needed to build fast profitable and long lasting brands on Amazon. Now they will share this knowledge with you.

Our Favorite Episode:

Influencers: the stars and marketing opportunity of the modern age or overpaid and useless?

In this episode, Gil shares the most interesting facts and his perspective on Influencer Marketing, including the tips and tools on how to make it work for you.

Noteworthy Mentions


What used to be one of our favorite podcasts tailored for Amazon sellers is now inactive. With that in mind, you can re-listen to the old episodes that are still relevant.

Founder and host Matt Ward is a physical products entrepreneur and FBA seller on a mission - a million dollar in a year exit mission.

That’s why he started FBA ALLSTARS, to put himself out there, catalog his journey, meet and learn from top level Amazon businesses and to help more founders find success with private labeling.

He shared information and strategies from elite Amazon entrepreneurs to give every advantage possible to help FBA sellers succeed.

Our Favorite Episode:

How to Have a Successful Product Launch ALL-196

New show host Nemo Chu interviews Chris Rawling - a location independent entrepreneur, who built a successful Amazon business. He discusses how he got his start, reveals his keys to success in starting your own Amazon FBA business, and how to have successful product launches.

17. The Private Label Movement

Private Label Movement (formerly Private Label Podcast) was consistently one of the highest rated e-commerce and Amazon related podcasts, but ( same as FBA Allstars) now pretty much ''dead''.

Since 2015, the 200+ episodes have featured some of the biggest names and brightest stars in the space. 

It’s hosted by Kevin Rizer- a young, determined entrepreneur that recognized the opportunity and potential of the growing private labeling industry.

Kevin's first private label venture began as a mere hobby, but quickly soared into success, generating over $1M in the first year.

Since then, Kevin has launched other successful private label businesses, and has helped brands of all sizes to realize their potential on Amazon and beyond.

Our Favorite Episode:

Brad Stone- Amazon's Unconventional Success Then and Now

Brad Stone is the author of The Everything Store, a book about the early days of Amazon. Brad offers amazing insights into the Amazon's now 1 Trillion business success,

“There are parts of the company, probably where Jeff Bezos is paying the most attention, where nobody is sleeping and they are crying and they’re very stressed out.” – Brad Stone on the culture of Amazon

Inspiration/Business/Mindset Podcasts for Entreprenurs




18. The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show is generally the #1 business podcast on all of Apple Podcasts, and it’s been ranked #1 out of 300,000+ podcasts on many occasions. It is the first business/interview podcast to pass 100,000,000 downloads, and it has been selected as “Best of” Apple Podcasts for three years running (In 2016 under “most downloaded”).

He is a well known entrepreneur, investor and author and one of my favorite inspirational sources.

In each episode, host Tim Ferriss deconstructs world-class performers from eclectic areas (investing, sports, business, art, etc.) to extract the tactics, tools, and routines you can use. This includes favorite books, morning routines, exercise habits, time-management tricks, and much more.

Our Favorite Episode:

Derek Sivers on Developing Confidence, Finding Happiness, and Saying “No” to Millions

Derek Sivers is one of Tim’s favorite humans. Think of him as a philosopher-king programmer, master teacher, and merry prankster.

Originally a professional musician and circus clown, Derek created CD Baby in 1998.

It became the largest seller of independent music online, with $100 million in sales for 150,000 musicians. In 2008, Derek sold CD Baby for $22 million, giving the proceeds to a charitable trust for music education. He is a frequent speaker at the TED Conference, with more than 5 million views of his talks.

Since 2011, he has published 34 books, including “Anything You Want”.

19. Freedom Fast Lane

Ryan Daniel Moran is the founder of, the host of Freedom Fast Lane, and an investor in a variety of e-commerce brands. He has directly influenced hundreds of new entrepreneurs through the Freedom Fast Lane podcast, where he helps them to start new businesses and invest for cash flow.

He is best known for his plan to go from zero to $1 million per year in six to twelve months, without building big teams or investing a ton of cash.

Our Favorite Episode:

My Plan To Get To $100 Million

Ryan’s had tremendous success over the past several years, helping many budding entrepreneurs become millionaires. Now he’s turning his focus into an even higher goal: turning 7-figure business ventures into 9-figure ones. In this episode, Andy Drish from finds out just how Ryan plans to reach this lofty height, with inspirational takeaways that you can apply to focus your business for growth you thought was impossible.

20. The Knowledge Project

The Knowledge Project Podcast with Shane Parrish explores the ideas, methods, and mental models, that help expand your mind, live deliberately, and master the best of what other people have already figured out.

The show is devoted to helping you develop an understanding of how the world really works, make better decisions, and live a better life. It addresses such topics as mental models, decision making, learning, reading, and the art of living.

Our Favorite Episode ( and the all-time favorite podcast episode)

Naval Ravikant: The Angel Philosopher on Investing, Making Decisions, Happiness and the Meaning of Life 

Naval Ravikant is the CEO and co-founder of AngelList. He’s invested in more than 100 companies, including Uber, Twitter, Yammer, and many others.

Naval is an incredibly deep thinker who challenges the status quo on so many things.

This is an interview you’ll want to listen to, think a bit, and then listen to again. Among the topics covered in the show are habits, reading, values, mental models for decision-making, and the meaning of life.

This is the episode we keep coming back to, whenever in doubt. Highly recommended!

21.TED Talks Daily

TED Talks on the go? Every weekday, the TED Talks Daily feed brings you the latest talks in audio format, hosted by various presenters.

Hear thought-provoking ideas on every subject imaginable -- from Artificial Intelligence to Zoology, and everything in between -- given by the world's leading thinkers and doers.

This collection of talks, given at TED and TEDx conferences around the globe, is also available in video format.

Our Favorite Episode:

There's More to Life Than Being Happy | Emily Esfahani Smith

Our culture is obsessed with happiness, but what if there's a more fulfilling path? Happiness comes and goes, says writer Emily Esfahani Smith, but having meaning in life -- serving something beyond yourself and developing the best within you -- gives you something to hold onto. Learn more about the difference between being happy and having meaning as Smith offers four pillars of a meaningful life.

It gives an interesting perspective on the meaning of life.

22. Global From Asia

Hosted by Michael Michelini, a global internet businessman in China and Asia, the Global From Asia podcast covers topics for business owners who leverage its power to run an international empire from Asia. It’s a deep dive into cross-border business, Hong Kong banking, Amazon FBA, ICO and more- from how to start your own business to how to live a location- independent life.

Our Favorite Episode:

Journey from a Bootstrapped Business to a Funded Software Startup in Asia with Chris Rawlings

Chris Rawlings, CEO and Founder of Judolaunch, talks about his journey from a 7-figure Amazon seller to a software startup and coming to China. He has been all around the world, and shares a fun adventure and insights of the journey.

23. Entrepreneurs on Fire

John Lee Dumas is the founder & host of Entrepreneurs On Fire (EOFire), an award-winning podcast where he interviews inspiring entrepreneurs every Monday and drops value bombs every Thursday.

We reached out to him to find out what inspired him to start his podcast and what inspires him still. Here is what he had to say:

''Entrepreneurs on Fire's main purpose is to share the failures and successes of inspiring entrepreneurs who are in the trenches every day. We can apply the lessons from the failures and successes of these Entrepreneurs, and emulate their wins while avoiding making the same mistakes they made'', says John.

On what inspired him to start his podcast, John responds:

''I followed Gandhi's quote: Be the change you want to see in the world. I wanted to listen to a daily podcast interviewing the world’s most successful entrepreneurs, it didn't exist, so I created it.

John’s Favorite Episodes:

1272: Tony Robbins Helps Us Master the MONEY Game with Value Bombs Galore!

Tony Robbins is an entrepreneur, best-selling author, philanthropist, and the nations #1 Life and Business Strategist. A recognized authority on the psychology of leadership, negotiations and organizational turnaround, he has served as an advisor to leaders around the world for more than 38 years. Author of five internationally bestselling books, including the New York Times #1 best-seller MONEY: MASTER THE GAME, Mr. Robbins has empowered more than 50 million people from 100 countries through his audio, video and life training programs.

696: Aaron Walker Offers Fire Nation Our Best Gift Yet!

Aaron started his 1st of 8 businesses at 18 years old. He sold to a Fortune 500 Company at age 27 for well over $1 million. He has grown other companies to levels that partners never dreamed possible.

24. Smart Passive Income

Pat Flynn from The Smart Passive Income Blog reveals all of his online business and blogging strategies, income sources and killer marketing tips and tricks so you can be ahead of the curve with your online business or blog.

Discover how you can create multiple passive income streams that work for you so that you can have the time and freedom to do what you love, whether it's traveling the world, or just living comfortably at home.

Although Pat confesses he is not a millionaire, he's been supporting his family 100% with passive income generated online, easily earning a six-figure salary while working only a few hours a week. Learn about automation, outsourcing, crowdsourcing, search engine optimization, building authority and trust, niche sites, social media, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Podcasting, eBooks, online courses, affiliate marketing, getting things done and everything that works (and doesn't work) to help you better understand how to crush it with your online business.

Our Favorite Episode:

SPI 263: Laddering Up: How to Build a 7-Figure Business by Building a $7K per Month Business

Clay Collins of LeadPages returns to the Smart Passive Income Podcast for another incredible, value-packed (and potentially record-breaking) episode.

This time, Clay is dropping serious knowledge on building a seven-figure business, step by step.

During his time as CEO and co-founder of LeadPages, Clay has watched his business grow from a humble blog to a seven-figure company with a sprawling array of product offerings. He’s got his process for scaling a successful business down to a science, and that’s what he’s sharing here today.


Now you have the names and the episodes - time to turn your free time or drive-time into learning time and level up your Amazon business with the power of these 2 dozen podcasts.

If you are more of a reader than a listener we warmly recommend where you can get written summaries of all the podcasts.

Learn while you listen, and earn while you learn!

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As a part of Remote Judo Team, Mia is traveling to a new country every three months, chasing summer and breathtaking sunsets, while sharing insights from different Amazon markets and stories of inspiring entrepreneurs she meets on the way.