How To Sell On Amazon And Actually Make Money - Why Amazing Selling Machine (ASM) Creates Success
May 25, 2020 | Advertorial | Dr. Kim Christian
If you want to sell on Amazon or want to turn your sales into profits on Amazon, you need to know this…
Summary: This program is the Gold Standard with access to critical resources for successfully selling on Amazon. If you plan on selling on Amazon, you need a road map and access to resources quickly. Programs like Amazing Selling Machine (ASM) improve your odds of success and provide critical guidance to help you make money. There are many programs out there that make claims of success. For the past 7 years, Amazing Selling Machine (ASM) has provided the most successful training of it’s kind and continues to help create successful, life-changing businesses.
(*) TYPICALITY DISCLAIMER: These member’s results may not be typical. ASM members joining between 2013-2016 who completed the program and launched a new brand had median annual revenue of $60,750.00.
Selling on Amazon is hard, especially if you don’t have the right resources. What would you sell? How much do you sell it for? Will anyone see your listing on Amazon? Will you even make money selling on Amazon?
When you explore the great wide world of the internet, you can find dozens of courses that make claims of teaching you how to sell on Amazon.
Even Amazon has a wide host of resources to help get you started, but the hurdles of figuring out all of the steps make it seem impossible to find success selling on Amazon.
In this article, you will find out why so many people have an interest in selling on Amazon and you will also learn about Amazing Selling Machine, the premium training program for selling on Amazon.
Why Sell On Amazon?
Most likely you have your own reason for wanting to sell on Amazon, but let’s manage some expectations.
The main reason people want to sell on Amazon is to make money. You may want to make enough money to go on a nice vacation each year or you may want to quit your job.
You may even want to build a huge brand and make enough money to support non-profit activities, give your family/friends jobs, etc.
You very well may have very different reasons – but it’s critical to understand that not everyone selling on Amazon is making millions of dollars. In fact, the members of ASM (Amazing Selling Machine) between 2013-2016 that had completed the program reported a median annual revenue of $60,750.
That is annual REVENUE, not necessarily profits. Assuming half of that is profit, you could possibly see about $30,000 in your pocket before income tax.
Now, that’s not to say there aren’t people making more…or people making less. There are also plenty of people that don’t complete the program- so those numbers of sales are not included in that median annual revenue.
Can You Make Money Selling On Amazon?
If the potential $30,000 a year didn’t impress you, let’s look at some more impressive numbers.
John and Stormy Collins reported selling 6 figures PER MONTH consistently after following the ASM System (that’s selling $100,000 or more per month…even at a profit of only 10%, that’s still bringing in $10,000 per month). *
Kenny Davies started in one of the earlier ASM trainings and quit his “day job” after only 3 months and built up his eCommerce company.*
Lynette Cano started selling on Amazon after following the Amazing Selling Machine training. Initially, she made a few thousand dollars a month and then built her company to selling $80,000-$85,000 a month. She built to that level in less than a year.*
You can see more success stories from Amazing Selling Machine here.
As you can see from just a few of the testimonials from ASM, there is definitely opportunity to make money. So, if you think selling on Amazon might be for you – you can keep reading to get more information about how selling on Amazon works or you can take a look at the Amazing Selling Machine training by clicking here.
Basics of Selling on Amazon
If you are new to selling on Amazon, there are a few basics you need to get correct to get started.
First, you want to sign up for the Amazon website that sells to your area. Most people think of Amazon.com as the best marketplace, but Amazon offers marketplaces in many different countries, including the Americas, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Middle East.
Years ago, starting on the US Amazon Marketplace was ideal because there was massive opportunity and the burden of selling on other marketplaces was significant.
Now, opportunity is everywhere and selling on marketplaces closer to you or in a market that fits your needs better is more important. (Consider that the US Amazon Marketplace has had massive legislative changes over the past few years, this could be a burden that takes you a while to overcome.)
You can find a list of Amazon Marketplaces as well as different countries where Amazon directly sells or exports products later on the page.
Let’s cover a few of the basic questions about selling on Amazon. Considering there are courses that take WEEKS to go over just some of the concepts to sell on Amazon, the points in this article are just to help give you an idea of the process. To get more details and a better overview, see the Amazing Selling Machine information here.
Who Can Sell On Amazon?
When you first think about selling on Amazon, you’ll probably wonder if you can sell on Amazon. The short answer is – just about anyone can sell on Amazon!
The longer answer is that how and IF you sell on Amazon depends on your own personal strategy for selling on Amazon. There are basically two different ways you can provide products for sale on an Amazon Marketplace.
These methods are called “Fulfilled By Amazon” and “Merchant Fulfilled”.
Before we jump into these methods, it is important to understand that when you sell on Amazon you sell products that you make or someone else makes.
If you design the product, contract with someone to actually manufacture the product (or make it yourself), arrange for packaging, and basically control or decide on the entire product process – this is frequently referred to as “white label” products.
In comparison, you can also sell products already made by someone else. For example, if you have an iPhone you want to sell – you can sell this on Amazon, but it is not YOUR product, it is Apple’s product. That BRAND is owned by Apple and you will have to sell your product under an existing listing (a common term related to this selling method is arbitrage).
EP Laser is a company I partially own and we make our own products. We literally manufacture the product, package the product, create the listings, promote the products, etc. This is more than most people do for “white label”, but can fall into the same category for the purposes of this article.
Before we jump into how to sell, let’s identify white label because it’s important to consider if you want to sell on Amazon.
White Label Products To Sell On Amazon
White label is the most popular method taught by Amazon selling experts. There are both pros and cons with this method. this is the most common steps of white label:
- Identify product opportunity (check out the ASM Product Finder Tool here)
- Identify manufacturers of product
- Secure samples of manufacturer product(s)
- Select the manufacturer for your product
- Pay deposit to manufacturer (this can vary from a small % to 100% depending on the number of products, requirements of the manufacturer, etc.)
- *Obtain delivery of product or arrange delivery of product to Amazon warehouses
- If you obtain delivery of product, you may need to package the product. You can also negotiate with the manufacturer of your product to include packaging.
- Labeling is also another requirement from Amazon – if your manufacturer packages, you should also negotiate appropriate labeling of products
- Storing Products (Storing products at Amazon is the best method for selling on Amazon)
- Collecting Payments from Customers (Amazon will do this for you)
- Fulfilling orders (Amazon can do this for you)
- Handling Returns (Amazon manages this)
- Handling Customer Service (Amazon manages most of this…which is a HUGE time saver)
- Sending payments to YOU (Amazon does this for you)
- Marketing (Amazon does some of this for you and gives you great opportunities)
Some Benefits of White Label
White label (sometimes called Private Label) has significant benefits when you sell on Amazon. The primary benefit is that you are selling YOUR product. In comparison to selling a toaster made by another brand – you get to brand your own product and establish your business within the industry.
For most products, you can generally make a greater profit when you white label. Naturally, this varies and there is NO guarantee that this occurs – but over time, this is one of the best ways to establish low-cost, high-quality products that are unique to your brand.
One reason and method to whitelabel a product is to improve upon something already existing. Think about any product in your house or business and you’ll probably think of some way you can improve upon it (unless you just don’t care about that product – then don’t consider that as something you sell).
Let’s think of the example of a cutting board. Now, I’m not recommending you sell cutting boards – just using this as an example. There are many different types and sizes of cutting boards. I’m a fan of wood cutting boards but others prefer different materials.
Recently, I purchased a round cutting board specifically to cut pizzas. Why? Because I didn’t have a cutting board big enough to put the pizza and cut it all at once. My husband kept cutting the pizzas on the cookie sheets which was completely ruining them (I also purchased new pizza cooking trays so I could keep my cookie sheets for cookies).
Do I LOVE the round cutting board? I’m not sure, but I’m sure I’ll think of ways to improve the cutting board or make changes. Then, I’ll head over to EP Laser and have our woodworking division start working on round cutting boards with the improvements I think about.
That’s one of the most popular methods for white label – you find a product that people want to buy and then find a way to improve upon it.
Manufacturing vs. Suppliers
EP Laser is a MANUFACTURER of the products sold. This means EP Laser controls the entire process from selecting the material all the way through packaging, labeling, and sending products to Amazon.
EP Laser chose to do this because we could manufacture products faster, in smaller quantities for testing, and keep everything as Made In The USA (we also primarily sell in the USA).
There is a trade-off for the control we have over our products. We have a much lower “cost” associated with our products because we spend our time manufacturing, packaging, labeling, and shipping the products.
Suppliers, on the other hand, are manufacturers that make the product for you. Depending on the services they offer, they may do the ENTIRE process – but at a much higher cost. To get prices lower, you would have to buy in bulk and risk not selling the products.
The trade-off between a manufacturer and supplier is the up-front costs. EP Laser spent less on the initial products (though, we did have the manufacturing equipment already…otherwise, it may not have been cheaper initially). In comparison, a supplier may have an initial $1,000 minimum purchase requirement per product.
For many years, most of the suppliers for Amazon sellers was overseas in China (even before Amazon was selling in China). More recently, tariffs on China products as well as Chinese workers demanding fair wages have increased the costs of products coming out of China.
Now, we see many businesses shifting their suppliers to other countries. Which country frequently depends on the type of product.
By now, you should have a better understanding of a manufacturer versus a supplier. Most sellers use suppliers, even Amazon uses suppliers to provide their products!
Some Potential Pitfalls of White Label
Whether you choose to be the manufacturer or you choose a supplier, there are definitely pitfalls of white label.
The primary pitfall is that you need to build up your brand. You compete against Amazon brands (like Amazon Basics), other sellers, and products that share your search term.
Amazon favors established brands and established products with GOOD selling records. This means you need to “pay your dues” before you start to see decent sales…and that’s only if you have a GOOD product.
As a manufacturer, EP Laser had the benefit of being able to produce a wide variety of products to test initially. Unfortunately, the only way to get your brand new product in front of people is either through strategy from prior products (not ideal for the new seller) or through paying for Amazon Sponsored Ads.
When you sell someone else’s brand (think back to that iPhone), traffic may show up to the listing and buy your product. Of course, that also has pitfalls to that strategy and this article doesn’t focus on that strategy. The point is that your product is a new listing that requires you to actually MARKET the product.
Another pitfall with white label is that you will likely run into problems with a supplier as some point – even as a manufacturer. EP Laser faced that during 2019 with the material used to make the products. The company that made the material sold to another company and all the local suppliers of the material stopped carrying the product. It took months to resolve the problem.
As mentioned earlier, China had been a primary supplier to many Amazon sellers. With the increase in costs from employees requesting fair payment as well as new tariffs, some sellers abandoned products because the costs far outweighed any potential profits.
Selling on Amazon has different challenges for different niches, products, even unique challenges that pop up specific to current affairs. For example, if you choose to sell on the US Marketplace, sales tax is now an issue (though, most states have passed legislation to make Amazon deal with this instead of you).
Different marketplaces have different requirements. The European marketplaces require you to deal with sales taxes and other import requirements.
Amazon marketplaces also require you to list products in the appropriate languages. If you sell in multiple marketplaces with different languages, you will need to provide listings in that language (and I wouldn’t rely on automatic translations if you want to maximize your sales).
These challenges are also opportunities, especially when you get direct guidance on how and what to do (as well as referrals to resources or access to those resources).
ASM training will walk you through what you need to optimize your listings for the specific marketplace and help you overcome unique challenges. With a community of thousands of members, you’re in good hands with the ASM training.
To learn more about the Amazing Selling Machine, go here.
What Are The Costs Of Selling On Amazon?
Most people that want to start selling on Amazon want to know the costs associated. Undoubtedly, there is an attempt to figure out profits – but this is a very narrow view of selling on Amazon.
Amazon does have specific selling costs. First of all, most sellers need the Professional Seller Plan which starts at $39.99 each month (for the US selling plan). If you want to sell on more than one marketplace (more on Marketplaces later), you need to pay PER Marketplace.
If you make no sales, you would spend $39.99 for that month. If you make a sale, you also have fees for each sale you make. These are called “Referral Fees”. The fees vary based on the product, but generally it is 15% – 20% of the sales price.
For example, EP Laser sells in the home department. An item that sells at $19.99 will have to pay $3.00 to Amazon for the item selling as the “Referral Fee”.
In addition to these fees, there are fees if you have Amazon fulfill the item (called FBA Pick and Pack fees). These fees have many more variables making it difficult to go into detail. For EP Laser items (these are generally 4 inches x 4 inches and weight about 3 ounces) the “FBA Pick and Pack fees” for having Amazon fulfill are usually another $2.50 – $3.50.
Thus, the initial math looks like this: $19.99 (sale) – $3.00 (Referral Fee) – $3.50 (FBA Pick and Pack Fee) = $13.49
Considering our Cost of Goods (without considering labor costs since we do the labor) is about $2 for a product…we have a potential $11.49 profit if we sell an item.
Additional Costs To Sell On Amazon
Now, keep in mind that we exclude labor in our cost of goods – otherwise our cost of goods would really be closer to $6 for the product. While that’s still not bad…other fees can add up and eat into that profit.
1. Sponsored Ads – as I mentioned with White label products, you need to build traffic to your brand and products. Even brand new products will need sponsored ads for at least a little while. We tend to spend about $1-2 on average to sell an ESTABLISHED product. This is higher for new products.
2. Storage fees – Amazon makes quite a bit of money off storing the products for sale. Even if your product is only in the warehouse for a couple of months, you’ll pay some money to Amazon for storing the products. This tends to be nominal (a few cents per item) as long as your item sells quickly. Items that sit in storage for 6 months get a significant fee, then 12 months even more.
3. Costs associated with products that do not sell – this is tricky to determine, but EP Laser once produced hundreds of sets of ornaments that never sold. If we paid someone else to manufacture those ornament sets, that would have been in the thousands of dollars lost.
What is Fulfilled By Amazon?
When you sell “Fulfilled By Amazon” (also known as FBA), you sell YOUR products through Amazon…but Amazon stores the products and fulfills orders.
This is different from you selling something on Amazon and YOU sending the item to the customer. The main benefit of using FBA is that your products sell faster and more often.
The reason this happens is because of PRIME shipping. For many areas within the United States, customers can order products on Amazon and get free 2 day shipping if they are a Prime member. Some areas of the country even offer 1 Day shipping (sometimes at a cost).
So, Fulfilled by Amazon (also called FBA) is when you send your products to Amazon. Amazon stores your items at their warehouses across the country and then AMAZON sends the product to the customer.
You make money based on the sales price, less Amazon referral fees and FBA fees (see the fees mentioned above).
Amazing Selling Machine Training - What's Included
If you are looking for one of the best (if not THE BEST) training on how to sell on Amazon, the Amazing Selling Machine is for you! If you want to just jump to their page and check it out, go here.
If you are on the fence, take a look at some of the training available (this is as updated as possible at the time of publishing this post).
ASM Business Process & Mindset
Even if you have an idea of the Amazon Business process (which I’ve discussed in pieces throughout this article), it is a great idea to make sure you are on the “same page” as the training.
In this first module, you’ll have a welcome, overview of what to expect, and more details on how the Amazon business model can change your life (for the better).
Amazing Selling Machine is much more than just telling/showing you how to sell on Amazon. Yes, you’ll get DETAILED information on how to sell on Amazon. More importantly, you get access to a community and system.
In this module, you’ll learn the steps for success as well as an overview of why this is the perfect business model and why it works.
Here are some of the reasons why it is the perfect business model:
- It can be started from almost anywhere in the world
- It can be operated from anywhere in the world
- It’s a proven business that focuses on time-proven business principles and strategies
- You need little to no technical experience
- Provides cash flow while building a business you can sell later
- Benefits from existing business trends (Amazon, eCommerce, Fulfillment)
Identifying Product Opportunities
One of the most difficult parts of selling on Amazon (actually, this coule be THE most difficult part of selling on Amazon) is identifying a potential product to sell.
Some training programs literally just give you a list of products, but that means all of the students compete against each other. Amazing Selling Machine includes an entire module dedicated to teaching you how to find good product opportunities…over and over and over again.
One key concept ASM focuses upon is the need to build a BRAND instead of just pick good products. The main reason for this is that you can cross-sell to your customers when you offer related products.
You can see why this is beneficial when you build up multiple products that sell:
Here are some of the issues you overcome in this module from Amazing Selling Machine:
- 5 Critical Elements To Select Hot Product Opportunities
- How To Identify Profitable Categories On Amazon
- Products You Need To Avoid Selling
- The Perfect Product Selection Process
- The Key To Profitable Products
- Find Your Perfect Products
Finding Suppliers and Securing Samples
The second hardest part of selling on Amazon is finding suppliers for your products. Since most sellers do not have the ability to manufacture their own products (and it’s not advised for this selling model), you’ll need to find suppliers.
The most common supplier source when you first get started is Alibaba (suppliers are usually in China). Depending on your type of product and chosen marketplace, you may want a different supplier…but you can start with Alibaba!
Besides suppliers, you’ll also find out how to negotiate, ask the right questions, and how to work with your supplier to improve the products you found to sell.
Once you understand the basics of finding suppliers, you even get special access to the Amazing Selling Machine Suppliers! You can source your first product with expert suppliers. This more recent addition may be worth the value of the course all on it’s own!
Ordering Inventory, Creating Your Brand, Brand Assets
In these modules, you’ll get into the meat of your business. Even though the business model has you start selling through Amazon FBA, Amazing Selling Machine is about much more than Amazon!
Ordering inventory and coordinating delivery is only part of the battle to get your product to the market. You’ve worked hard up to this point to select a product that will sell, but you need to know how to inspect your inventory before you accept it for sale.
After you’ve completed your order and you await shipment, you’ll work on building up your brand assets.
Several members have found products that are now stocked in major retail stores! Imagine your brand sitting on the shelf when you go shopping. That is one of the benefits of building a brand.
Your brand assets help to make your products stand out and start building your customer base. These modules get you started on that process.
The Perfect Product Page, Launching Your Product
Any professional seller account can create listings on Amazon, but creating the PERFECT product page requires specific elements.
Believe it or not, these elements change over time. The Amazing Selling Machine training keeps you up-to-date so you can launch your product with the perfect listing elements.
To create the perfect Amazon product listing, you’ll focus on these elements (and learn the best practices for each):
- Strategic Keyword Research (this is critical so people actually find your product and buy it)
- Building Your Keyword List (and you’ll find out why this is important)
- Creating an Attention-grabbing Title
- Bullet Points – what really needs to go there (you’ve seen the listings with useless information…this is the difference between selling and not selling)
- Product Description- Yes, you’ll need this, too!
- Product Images – people shop by images these days. Your images need to comply with Amazon and still convert, you’ll learn how to make that happen.
- Product Pricing- Find out how to price your product for both sales and profit.
- Software To Manage Your Amazon Sales
Launching Your Product
You want the perfect product launch! If you’ve followed all the training until this point, you’re set to launch and make sales.
Even though it seems like you can just launch a product and hope for the best, there is a strategy!
In this module, you will get the information to help you build momentum on your product.
Advanced Marketing Methods & Traffic
When you’re ready to increase that traffic and sales, this section will help you go to the next level.
You’ll get access to expert training on marketing methods such as Facebook Messenger marketing, Amazon ads, Split testing, Amazon coupons, Amazon lightning deals, Amazon promotions, and more!
You’ll also determine when and how to launch your second product and continue to build momentum on your brand.
Expanding Beyond Amazon
When you have successful products, you’ll want to expand beyond Amazon and increase your sales. Whether it’s expanding to other Marketplaces or finding retailers to sell your products – this module will help you continue to build your brand and business.
Resources For Successfully Selling On Amazon
One complaint found on the internet about Amazon training courses is that the training will tell you that you need a resource, but not provide the actual resource.
For example, when you contract with a supplier overseas to provide inventory, you need to get that inventory into the selling country (and frequently to Amazon warehouses). To do this, many sellers use a freight forwarder.
If you don’t use a qualified freight forwarded, you risk your inventory getting delayed, lost, stolen, or even the company going out of business and your inventory confiscated during the bankruptcy proceedings.
To avoid issues like this, and address the need to provide a list of reliable resources, the Amazing Selling Machine membership area includes a resource section with quality resources. Not everyone needs all of the resources, but the list provides a wide variety of options to help you succeed.
The ASM community (probably mentioned a few times already because of the value) is one of the greatest resources of the Amazing Selling Machine training.
No matter what problem you face, it is almost guaranteed someone else has faced the exact same problem or one very similar.
The community is where you can ask questions and utilize the experience of others to help you overcome hurdles, move past any pitfalls, and dive deeper into building your business.
For anyone that has used a forum, you know that forums have challenges…but ASM has addressed that by building an advanced forum environment. With search capability and threads, the forum is easy to navigate and highly useful.
Honestly, you can easily save enough time and money from the information in the ASM community to save you the cost of the course multiple times as you build your business.
It’s difficult to cover this in detail because networking opportunities vary based on your location, but the ASM community frequently offers meet-ups and conferences where you can network with others.
Learn from Amazon sellers that sell 6 figures EACH MONTH, build relationships, and find new ASM family members to help you succeed and collaborate.
Action Rewards – Badges
Many different training programs have started to implement a reward type of system. The reason is simple – when you take action, you get results.
A training program is only as good as the people that are willing to take action. For some of members, they may need a little motivation to help them take action.
“Badges” (digital badges within the membership area) area a great way to reflect you are moving in the right direction. It shows to you and others that you are investing in your future and taking the actions to make change.
It also reminds you of all the action you have already taken and can guide you to “next steps”. Some badges are harder than others to earn – but each of the badges represent action. As you claim your badges, you know you are getting closer to success (or more success).
Updated, Upgraded, And Complete Training
The newly updated, upgraded, and complete training on how to sell on Amazon is now available. If you’ve ever wanted to sell on Amazon or build a business, now is the time.
Amazing Selling Machine (ASM) teaches how to build your own brand and business leveraging Amazon’s marketplaces.
Amazon sales grew by $55 billion from 2017 to 2018. 2019 is showing even more growth with a record breaking Prime Day in July, 2019. Once the 2019 sales are released, I’m sure it will break records from prior years!
What About Amazon's Constant Changes?
Amazon constantly changes how they do everything. Change is the one constant with Amazon! Sellers are not immune from this, so it’s important to find a resources that stays updated with Amazon’s changes.
Amazing Selling Machine updates training and provides guidance through mentors to keep students updated with changes and opportunities.
Over the past 7 years, ASM has provided constantly updated training, guidance, and resources to help students grow their businesses and produce a profit.
Can You Be Successful and Profitable Selling On Amazon?
Amazing Selling Machine (ASM) is the most successful training of it’s kind. While no one can guarantee success, having the blueprint and mentoring that comes when you join ASM improves your odds of success.
Jenna and Travis Zigler, optometrists by trade, joined Amazing Selling Machine in May, 2015. They launched their first product in 8 weeks and it sold out of their first product with 100 units in 7 days.
The Ziglers followed the course, selected a product based on the guidance in the training, and followed the training to find a supplier. By the end of October, 2015, they had 3 products launched.
Today, the Ziglers are focusing on about 25 products and are on par to do $4 million dollars in sales this year (with many products having a 100% ROI).*
How Can I Get Started Selling On Amazon?
To start selling on Amazon, it’s a good idea to see some of the elements involved in the process. Here are some ways you can get more information:
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(*) TYPICALITY DISCLAIMER: These member’s results may not be typical. ASM members joining between 2013-2016 who completed the program and launched a new brand had median annual revenue of $60,750.00.
**The author of this article is a member of Amazing Selling Machine and sells profitably on Amazon using the guidance from the ASM course.
Amazon Marketplaces As Of 2020
For the start of 2020, you can sell in the following marketplaces:
Europe: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Greenland, Guernsey, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Italy, Jersey, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom (England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales)
Asia: China, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Japan, French Polynesia, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Palau, Singapore, South Korea
Amazon International Shipping
Amazon also offers shoppers International Shipping options. For example, let’s say there is a product available on Amazon.com (United States), but someone in Australia wants the product. International shipping may be available, but usually at a premium shipping price.
The most common products available for International shipping are lighter products fulfilled by Amazon, but sometimes you can find 3rd party sellers with International Shipping enabled.
Here is the list of countries available for International Shipping (restrictions or regulations may apply):
- Africa and Middle East: Algeria, Angola, Bahrain, Botswana, Cameroon, Egypt, Ghana, Israel, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Mauritius, Mayotte, Morocco, Namibia, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Reunion, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, Zimbabwe
- Americas: Argentina, Aruba, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Cayman Islands, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Martinique, Mexico, Micronesia, Panama, Paragua, Peru, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Martin, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay, Venezuela
- Australia, Asia and Pacific: Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Fiji, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Macao, Malaysia, Marshall Islands, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Palau, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam
- Europe: Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia And Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Saint Barthelemy, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Vatican City