The first time you log in to an Amazon account, you’ll be greeted by a popup asking for a username and password.
You then get a login link to a page where you’ll get a prompt for a password.
If you can remember it, it’s something like: username: password: I’m sorry, but we cannot remember the password for this account.
That’s a bad start, as there’s a good chance you won’t remember it.
To fix this, we’ll use Google Account Manager to add a login to our account.
The first thing we’ll do is create a new Google Account, then log in using that account.
When you click on the Google Account icon in the top right corner, a login prompt appears.
Type your Google account credentials and hit Enter to sign in.
You’ll be redirected to a new page where we can add a new user to the account.
To do this, click on your account’s name in the upper right corner.
Then click on Manage.
In the Manage section, click Add New User.
Enter a name for the new user, and click Add.
From here, click the Edit button to add the name you’d like the new account to use.
If it doesn’t appear in the list, click Create New User and then click Create.
You should see a new screen where you can enter the new password.
Sign in with your Google Account account on another site, and your new Amazon seller password should appear in your browser’s login box.
Now, you can use the Amazon seller login to browse, buy, and sell products from Amazon on your other sites.
If you’re using Chrome or Firefox, you should be able to use the new login to open any Amazon app, like the Kindle app or Kindle Fire app.
If not, you may need to enable cookies to access your Amazon app.