Earn more than just money selling online—earn credit card “spend!”

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Most of us are in the online selling journey to generate real income.  Of course.  We start out small (usually) make a few mistakes (always) and look for ways to source or create products that sell for 10-1000% more than we spend on them.  We want to sell them fast and we need to constantly pivot our products, our listings and our business based on competition, supply and demand.  It can be very challenging and sometimes stressful but also rewarding and extremely fun.  If you want to earn money selling online, join us!   There are articles and videos all across this website to get you started.

A select few people, folks I am hoping to meet in the upcoming months, are credit card gurus looking to generate “spend” on their credit cards so as to get more points and more travel vouchers.  This post is dedicated to them.

If you are starting your online selling business with the main goal of generating spend you can approach online selling completely differently.  I am actually a little envious-I find dozens of opportunities each week that I have to turn down because the profit is too small.  As a credit card point ninja, you are in the perfect position to capitalize on these opportunities that most online sellers are bypassing.

There are thousands of products that are relatively easy to find that will allow you to pay online selling fees (to Amazon or eBay) and make just a bit of money.  Believe me—sellers like me stumble upon them every single day!

You see, the secret to selling on Amazon (or eBay or any other large third party platform) is finding product at enough of a discount to pay the selling fees, which can run about 30% of the sales price if you sell FBA, and enough of an additional discount to make money.  Staples, or commodity type items, go on sale every single day and you can easily get them at a price that allows you to flip them over to Amazon and break even.

In an effort to bring together two of my favorite groups of people—Amazon Sellers and Travel Hackers—I am going to create a short guide teaching you how to do this.  I figure I can put it together in the next couple of weeks.  Please enter your email here to get your free copy. This will be fun!






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Online Arbitrage or…Just Saving Money When Shopping Online

I had a great tutorial with a friend over the weekend who is an EXPERT at online arbitrage (OA.)  Online arbitrage is a term used by online sellers to indicate buying products at one online site to resell them at another.  Usually these products are resold on Amazon.  OA is utilized by thousands of online sellers and the biggest season (you might have already guessed!) is 4th quarter.

Manufacturers try to guess demand of all their products and make the right amount to sell through the busiest season of the year.  This is difficult, of course, and many times certain products are hard to find.  People using online arbitrage as a strategy will attempt to profit from the shortage of products.  Basically, they are bringing these hard to find products to the public at a premium price.

I have bought and sold online for years and am learning the best way to add OA to my bag of tricks.  A simple step in this process is saving as much money as possible when purchasing product.  I learned some amazing tricks this weekend and share them above in a five minute video.  We used CashBackMonitor.com and RetailMeNot.com to get every discount available.  Watch the video, though, for some extra guidelines.

OA Hack:  Saving Money When Shopping Online

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Having a “TO DO” list is a long time productivity tool. Keep in mind that WHAT you put on the list is more important than anything else. Spend some quality mental time creating a doable daily list. Don’t forget to delegate or eliminate items that are not important. What you choose to spend your time on daily will define where you go and what you do over the long term.

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I am SO EXCITED for my new project.  I have been selling to thousands of people on eBay and Amazon for about 9 years.  Let’s make them MY audience!  I have a MISSION to bring affordable health care products to people.  I am going to keep a video record of my efforts.  This is video #1 and it discusses some eBay hacks to keep your name in front of your buyers.

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New(ish) FBA Seller sells over 1100 books in one month!

Jessica listed all these books one weekend!

Jessica listed all these books one weekend!

 

YEAH!  We had a FANTASTIC month selling used books on Amazon FBA!

We have been building our book inventory on Amazon for a little over a year and learning as it grew.  Books brought in some money from the beginning, but using the model  we are using, we knew we wouldn’t really start to bring in book money until our inventory grew.  We hired a few “book scouts” to go out and bring us books and tried to make it to as many sales and shops as we could in our town.

We had some early success and spent some time mastering our processes, but life happened and books seriously took the back burner while we dealt with many other issues, professional and personal.

Then August came along—our book numbers jumped, our profits soared and all of a sudden books became very interesting!

DATE Ordered $ Sold Avg. Price
July, 2015 18 $424.00 $23.55
Aug, 2015 54 $1,081.00 $20.02
Sep, 2015 117 $1,827.00 $15.62
Oct, 2015 128 $1,974.17 $15.42
Nov, 2015 253 $3,849.00 $15.21
Dec, 2015 284 $4,234.00 $14.91
Jan, 2016 389 $6,215.00 $15.98
Feb, 2016 404 $6,142.00 $15.20
Mar, 2016 378 $5,550.00 $14.68
Apr, 2016 196 $2,809.00 $14.33
May, 2016 287 $4,134.00 $14.41
June, 2016 313 $4,821.00 $15.40
July, 2016 333 $5,703.00 $17.13
Aug, 2016 1106 $16,220.00 $14.67

 

Why though?  Books had been relatively flat in sales and income for seven months.

We guessed at first that part of the reason was the season—books sell best August through January.  That could account for some of the jump.  Then we guessed we sent in a much higher number of books in June and July and our inventory was higher.  So, we went looking for data.

What we found out at first was that yes, August is one of the top months of the year (if not the top) for selling used books.  This didn’t quite explain the huge jump though.  And when we pulled up my inventory numbers from the past year there wasn’t the large jump in book inventory we expected.

DATE Ordered $ Sold Avg. Price   Inventory Turn
July, 2015 18 $424.00 $23.55 46 39.13%
Aug, 2015 54 $1,081.00 $20.02 178 30.34%
Sep, 2015 117 $1,827.00 $15.62 297 39.39%
Oct, 2015 128 $1,974.17 $15.42 666 19.22%
Nov, 2015 253 $3,849.00 $15.21 1345 18.81%
Dec, 2015 284 $4,234.00 $14.91 1708 16.63%
Jan, 2016 389 $6,215.00 $15.98 1665 23.36%
Feb, 2016 404 $6,142.00 $15.20 2726 14.82%
Mar, 2016 378 $5,550.00 $14.68 3849 9.82%
Apr, 2016 196 $2,809.00 $14.33 3844 5.10%
May, 2016 287 $4,134.00 $14.41 3585 8.01%
June, 2016 313 $4,821.00 $15.40 4832 6.48%
July, 2016 333 $5,703.00 $17.13 5560 5.99%
Aug, 2016 1106 $16,220.00 $14.67 6019 18.38%

 

Okay, this was even more of a mystery!  Why was our inventory turn SO MUCH better during the beginning and end of the measured months?  I love a good mystery and knew there had to be a logical reason….then it hit me!

We started out using a repricer and used it for several months.   A repricer is a program you can buy that automatically reprices  your Amazon inventory based on the parameters you set and the prices of other sellers.  Most large sellers on Amazon use repricers.  Repricers are a bit tricky within the used book category due to the number of offers on each particular book  and the amount of data they consider when repricing.  However, if you are selling books in bulk (I would say anything over 1500 books,) it is almost impossible to keep your books priced competitively without a repricer.

We use RepriceIt and I will write about my experience with that software very soon.   We turned it off when we thought it was underpricing some of our books, our Virtual Assistant oversaw a limited version for a couple of months and then we turned it back on full force in August.  Hmmm.

DATE Ordered $ Sold Avg. Price   Inventory Turn Reprice
July, 2015 18 $424.00 $23.55 46 39.13% YES
Aug, 2015 54 $1,081.00 $20.02 178 30.34% YES
Sep, 2015 117 $1,827.00 $15.62 297 39.39% YES
Oct, 2015 128 $1,974.17 $15.42 666 19.22% NO
Nov, 2015 253 $3,849.00 $15.21 1345 18.81% YES
Dec, 2015 284 $4,234.00 $14.91 1708 16.63% YES
Jan, 2016 389 $6,215.00 $15.98 1665 23.36% YES
Feb, 2016 404 $6,142.00 $15.20 2726 14.82% NO
Mar, 2016 378 $5,550.00 $14.68 3849 9.82% NO
Apr, 2016 196 $2,809.00 $14.33 3844 5.10% NO
May, 2016 287 $4,134.00 $14.41 3585 8.01% YES-outsourced
June, 2016 313 $4,821.00 $15.40 4832 6.48% YES-outsourced
July, 2016 333 $5,703.00 $17.13 5560 5.99% YES-outsourced
Aug, 2016 1106 $16,220.00 $14.67 6019 18.38% YES-not outsourced

LOOK AT THE DIFFERENCE WITH A REPRICER!  Look at the difference with just letting the repricer run (without outsourcing the oversight of the repricer.)

We thought, during May, June and July, that we had the best of both worlds.  A repricer that was overseen by a human, my VA.  In hindsight, we spent only about one hour training her and rarely reviewed her work.  I imagine, if I were to go back to her work, I would find her to be extremely conservative with pricing.   This is not her fault, at all, but the fault of an over-extended entrepreneur not watching numbers or the work of her assistants.

Right now, we are running the repricer daily and not worrying about an occasional undersold book.  Inventory turn is very important and we are going to focus on acquiring books that we can sell for a profit and turning the inventory relatively quickly.

I LOVE selling books on Amazon and I love talking about book selling.  Please email me if you have any questions or wish to discuss the crazy world of Amazon.

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Your opportunity is NOW!

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In case you haven’t noticed, our world is changing at lightening speed. You hold more computing power and more data in the palm of your hand (even if your phone is years old) than the President of the United States had in the Oval Office just 15 years ago.

There is no reason, no excuse in the world, for you not to be earning extra money online!

The fact that you are reading this means you are online right now.  Almost everyone in our country has access to the internet in 2015.  Furthermore, the internet is getting more globally accessible every single day. 250 million additional people will get online this year.   You read that right, 250 MILLION people!  Can you imagine the impact? The additional markets? The additional ideas and potential customers?

With all these newcomers, and with us Americans getting very used to buying online, internet shopping has increased steadily every single year for the last decade.Online Sales Increase

When will you join the thousands of entrepreneurs who make money online?

It isn’t expensive to start. If you are reading this on your own computer, you already own everything you need.

If you are intimidated by the mechanics of how to get online and figure out Amazon or eBay, the information is right on that computer and it is FREE.  Just google “how to sell on eBay” or “how to start an Amazon business,” and you will find a lifetime of information.  It won’t take you a lifetime, though, to learn.  A few hours of reading or watching videos and you are out the door running.

What to sell?  Well, believe it or not, that part is easy.  Sell what people are looking for.  And, guess what, people are looking for, and buying, just about EVERYTHING online.  If you want to hit the ground running AND have decent margins, sell what they are looking for that is a bit harder to find.  I don’t mean crazy hard to find, just think about things you can dig up that are a bit rare or more unusual than typical stuff.  Go hunting for used books, sell your locally made food, sell unique items from regional or local stores.  Anything you can find that you have to search out a bit will work.

If you don’t want to sell physical products, make a digital book about something you know how to do.  It could be knitting, or sewing, or repairing toilets, or writing a resume.  Anything that you have “how to” experience with.  Are you completely lacking in a hobby or skill (and I doubt that you are), then do an interview with your brother-in-law or your neighbor and write a digital “How-To” book on how to do what they do.  These books sell like mad!  People looking to acquire a new skill want to learn from everyday people who have that skill.

This is it folks, the time is RIGHT NOW!  With all the computing power and information that you possess right at your fingertips, there are absolutely NO EXCUSES that you aren’t pulling in some extra dollars online.

If you still have an excuse, I’d love to hear it (and try to diffuse it!) because I cannot imagine an excuse that holds up.

Well, what are you waiting for?  Start today and change your life.  Your future is calling….

 

 

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How To Source 250 Books in One Week

booksale1This is my fourth month into book selling FBA on Amazon and I am starting to get serious about finding inventory!  I am a bit hooked on the email that is familiar to FBA sellers that starts out with “Amazon has shipped an item you sold.” As a matter of fact, I check my email every couple of hours and that is the message I scan it for.  I LOVE making money while I’m sleeping, driving, eating, watching my daughter’s soccer game, etc.  I sold three books during the MSU vs. UofM football game last night!  As happy as I was with my team winning, I was honestly happier that I sold three books while I watched a football game.

In sourcing books (or anything else I imagine) it is easy to fall into a rut or to think you are sourcing all the possible inventory in a town or area.  I think I entered that rut a couple of weeks ago.  I started to write off my local Goodwill as “tapped out” or “cherry picked” because I hadn’t come away with much in the most recent visits.  I couldn’t seem to find great local library sales and made excuses about driving to get to them.

Thank goodness I got inspired when Connor came to town and outsourced me!

Connor M., a very close friend of the family, is a Purdue student with an entrepreneurial spirit.  He follows this blog and already has a product on Amazon.  He asked me if I could demonstrate book sourcing while he was home on fall break.  We went to our local Goodwill and much to my surprise, he pulled about 18 great books from this “tapped out” source.  He scanned items I would usually skip and had an open mind.  He re-inspired me to finding inventory at my Goodwill.  That inspiration began my best yet book sourcing week.booksale3

After picking up 8 items at the Goodwill with Connor I went home, got online and got really serious about library sales.  I used BookSaleFinder and decided I had time to travel.  I ended up traveling to three book sales during the business week.  One book sale started late in the day, but I went to the town early and cleaned out their Goodwill and their Goodwill outlet.   In an effort to end up with a solid 250 books by Saturday night, I attended an estate sale in my town on Saturday morning and grabbed another seven books.  Still a few books short, I stopped at my closest library and scanned their “for sale” shelf, which I hadn’t done in months.  I don’t think anyone else has scanned it in months either because I scored 14 books there!

I am going to attempt to source 250 books each week going forward.  I do not have as many library sales during this upcoming week, so I am already thinking creatively about how I might do this.  I have renewed my ad on Craigs List indicating that I buy books and I am scanning the Craig’s List ads in my town.  I will look hard at the Estate Sales in my town this week and consider traveling to get to them (if you want to be alerted via email when an estate sale is near you, go to EstateSales.net.)  I am ready to take books to the next level!

 

 

 

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Books ROCK! A great way to get started on FBA…

Sell books on FBAOkay, folks, I gotta tell you a secret: books rock!  Reading books is super fun and selling books is even better. They may seem “old school” and they aren’t as sexy as the newest iphone or Star Wars, but you will be hard pressed to find a category with as simple of a learning curve or as high of a return as books.

I have sold used books casually for years, and back in July I decided to ramp it up and see what I could do with this category. Here are my results:

 

July: 18 units $424 and  $23.55 average price
Aug: 54 units $1081 and  $20.02 average price
Sep: 117 units, $1827 and $15.62 average price

Selling Books FBA

 

 

Not bad for my first three months. And, folks, these things are FUN to source. They are simple to find (think everywhere), cheap (sometimes  even free), and easy to decide whether to purchase them or not.

Okay, now down to the nuts and bolts of the business.

What types of books do we look for?  Not the kinds most people read. As  a matter of fact, I never look at fiction and the more popular a book is, the less I look at it.  In general, the hugely popular books have a lot of supply and therefore the demand is lower.

The best categories are reference  (textbooks are my favorite!), craft or how-to books (the more unusual the better), business books, biographies (again, the more obscure the better), history, science, math, and technology.

Where do we find these books?  Craigslist (check ads and run ads), thrift stores, estate sales and library sales. The library sales are my favorite. Check with your local library, most libraries have annual or monthly sales to get rid of all their extra books plus the books that have been donated to them.  There is a free site, booksalefinder, that lists a lot of library sales.  Some of these are huge.  If you live in a large city plan on getting to the sale before it starts as there will most likely be other book scouters in attendance.   There is another site that tells you about smaller, less well known sales, called booksalesfound, that I pay for, $27 a month, but I figure that if I only find one valuable book a month from it, it pays for itself (and I have found hundreds through the sales on this site.)

How do we decide which books to buy?  This is a tricky question, at first especially, but we are getting better at choosing.  Sales rank in books is important, but books are a big seller on Amazon so it is possible to go quite high with your rank.  We have decided, for now, to source ranks up to 5 million and we look to buy books that will sell for at least $10.95 on FBA.  We do not consider MF to be our competition, only FBA.

Currently we source with a Blue Tooth scanner and a scouting application, FBAScan, from ASellerTool.  We like it because it lets us set parameters so our phone only chimes when a book has possibilities (we don’t have to look at each individual book as we scan.)  There is a lot of different scouting applications out there and I can’t speak too much on any of the others.  I like the fact that FBAScan from ASellerTool has a database downloaded right into my phone so I can source even without data service.  Plus, I believe it is quicker.  If our software cannot find a book we use the free service from Amazon called Flow.  It is pretty slick, it basically scans the front of the book and finds it (usually) in the AZ database.

If you are not ready to fork out the money for a Blue Tooth, many people use attachments on their phones that scan pretty quickly.  You can also start out by just scanning with Flow and not invest any money.  It will be slower, but if you have more time than money and want to get started, it is a good option.

There are a couple of good book selling books out there written by two people I have met in person.  Jeff Clark, a super nice fellow just up the road from me, has written a book (we call it the “book book”) that is available for just $17.  He knows all there is to know about sourcing these great sellers.

Again—Books Rock!  They are so easy and so fun to source and take a very small investment to get started with.  Go see what you can find!

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Amazon Sales Rank Explained

Amazon Sales Rank ExplainedLet’s talk for a second about Amazon Sales Rank. If you are learning how to sell on Amazon you will very quickly start paying attention to the Amazon Sales Rank of the products you are considering. I have been dabbling as an FBA seller for quite a while and know about sales ranks and pay attention to them, but when my husband asked me last week to explain what it means, I realized I couldn’t explain it. Which really means, I didn’t understand.

So, I did some asking and some digging and I think I “get it” now. Sales rank is a proprietary algorithm of Amazon’s. They rank every product that sells based on how often it sells in its category.  If something is ranked 1 or 100 or 200, that item is an extremely popular item that sells often. Those low numbers are great numbers. If something is ranked 12 million (or some other extremely high number,) in its category, that product sells much less frequently. An item without a rank has not yet sold.  A recent sale on an item will move its rank upward, so if you happen to look at a product right after a shopper purchases it, you would see a lower (remember, lower means better) rank. If you look at a product that hasn’t sold for a while you would see a higher (higher means worse) rank.  Some people explain sales rank as a measure of how long it has been since a product last sold.  Amazon throws some magic in, and out comes the rank.

So, in determining how popular a product is, and whether it makes sense for you to buy it, you will look at rank. Keep in mind, though, that rank is a very fluid thing and that you could be seeing an artificially high or low rank based on how long it has been since the product last sold.

Lucky for us, companies have sprung up that track rank and sales on Amazon. You can look at how often a particular item has sold and at what price and make a more informed sourcing decision. The two sites I use are CamelCamelCamel and Keepa.

Also keep in mind that different categories on Amazon have different amounts of products.  Books, for example, has right around 57 million listings.  Yes, you could find a book with a sales rank in the 50 millions.  Pet supplies, however, have under 1 million products.  You also want to remember that different product categories have different amounts of volume.  Amazon may sell books way more often that they sell pet supplies (I don’t know this, but certain categories are obviously better sellers.)

I made a quick cheat sheet that you are welcome to copy and paste.  The basic categories are included and I broke out the top 1%, 5%, 10% and 15%.

Amazon Sales Rank Cheat Sheet

You can easily make your own cheat sheet.  To find out the total number of products in any category, simply go to the top search bar in Amazon while you have a category selected.  Then type in a dash (-) plus anything senseless, like -9xxxifo. Amazon will then display the total number of items in that category for you.  Here is a picture–

Finding sales rank in amazon

 

The advice I read on ranks and what counts as a good rank versus a not so good rank definitely varies.  Especially in the category of books.  Some sellers stick to buying books with only ranks under 1 million, some to under 5 million and others look at a variety of factors including price and competition.  I am still figuring it out—currently, I stick to under 5 million plus an estimated selling price of $11.00 or better.  I glance at competition, especially at the higher ranked books.  If a book is a high rank plus there are a lot of offers plus it is near the $11.00 mark, often I pass.  Sometimes I buy based on “gut.”  Used books are cheap, so I don’t spend a lot of time worrying about using my “gut.”  As I move into other categories, though, my “gut” will need to be sharper and I will be paying more attention.  I will keep my learning open and share here often.  Stay tuned.

Tomorrow is a big day for us sellers, let me be the first to say, HAPPY FOURTH QUARTER!

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CES III–Jim Cockrum’s conference in Louisville

imageI feel like the luckiest girl on the planet.  Not only do I get to do, everyday, what I love—and make money at it!—I get to travel to exciting places and meet inspirational people.  THANK YOU to everyone who made the journey to Louisville last weekend to be a part of CES III, Jim Cockrum’s third conference for online entrepreneurs.   (If you are serious about online selling you NEED to follow Jim Cockrum—he is the most trusted internet marketer online and his free newsletter alone is invaluable.)  I am a lifetime member of MST and this is THE place for anyone and everyone who is serious about online selling.  You can check it out for free anytime.

It was just a four hour drive for me which is easy travelling compared to the hundreds who flew in for the event.  The days leading to the conference felt like Christmas time, my excitement could hardly be contained.  Old friends, new friends and celebrities all in the same place at the same time!  It was almost too good to be true.  Plus, we were there to share ideas and learn from the people who are blazing new trails and making lots of money in this online world.

This is my second CES conference (CES stands for creative ecommerce solutions I think) and what sets these events apart from any other is the atmosphere of sharing.   Everyone is there to help each other succeed.  There is only a tiny bit of selling (tools offered by the sponsers) and the rest of the event is people sharing their proven success strategies.  It would be impossible to leave this conference without at least ten new ways to profit online.  The biggest challenge for me is choosing JUST two or three and seeing them through.

After months of isolation (one downside of this business, I’m afraid,) I was in a room with hundreds of people who “got” me and my business!

I had a chance to mingle with great people before and after the conference too.  I had dinners where we discussed scanners, wholesalers and FBA strategies.  I had lunches where we talked about products, inventory turns and margins.  Over cocktails there was talk of creative partnering and white labeling.

Jim Cockrum’s teachings create success stories–bottom line!  Mike Brown and Death Wish coffee are one of the success stories and they were highlighted on the first day. Mike Brown took his struggling coffee company to #2 on Amazon after reading Jim’s book, 101 Marketing Tips.  Mike is now vying for a free commercial on Super Bowl Sunday and you can help him win by voting at www.PickMikeBrown.com.

Onto the nuts and bolts of the conference-I am not going to attempt to go in order or encompass everything, but I will share some highlights. All of the people mentioned here are worth googling if you want to gain further insight into their strategies and ideas.

Dan Miller discussed finding the happy spot between pursuing a passion and earning a living. “Do what you love and follow the money.”  He has a book at www.48days.com/why.

Next, George from Merchant Words (one of the sponsors) discussed how to find search terms. Simple, but probably overlooked, ideas were discussed. He discussed a proper title in Amazon and how not to “stuff” the title with too many keywords (Amazon doesn’t like this.) Overall, though, the goal is to turn buyer search terms into our search terms.

888 Lots was also a sponsor and they explained how they get  inventory.  Apparently, they buy all of the lost, loose and unclaimed items at the Amazon warehouses. I have heard of 888 Lots but have no experience working with them. It is so interesting to me, however, that every part of the Amazon cycle has been molded into a business.

Robyn, an amazing Amazon seller and one of Jim’s coaches spoke for about an hour.   This woman is a bundle of energy and a great presenter. She focused on goal setting and backing into what you need to do NOW to achieve certain milestones numerically.   She likes milestones and goals as a way of documenting progress. She discussed planning your work, creating systems, conquering stale inventory and refining your margin.  She had a cute magnet for us all to track our individual goals. She can be reached at excellence@robynsnest.com.

Dan Hollings was another featured presenter. He discussed how we, as Amazon sellers, have so much to offer other businesses. How about using our skills to grow another business’s product on Amazon? We can partner with the business and our fee is part of their increased profit. This is a great way to grow business without the responsibility of inventory. Also, for all the folks nervous about Amazon limits (and there was a lot of this going on,) you can run the business from someone else’s Amazon account.

Chris Green talked about Online Sourcing. The advantages of souring online are obvious. There is no travel time, free boxes, you can do it anywhere. He discussed major retailers and niche sites and taking advantage of daily deal sites.  He also spoke on using virtual assistants to do some (or all) of the sourcing.  I was impressed with all the applications and software that is now available for online sourcing. And while sourcing, remember to take advantage of cash back sites like eBates, use some store rewards and coupons?  Chris Green is a maverick in online and retail arbitrage and has multiple videos on You Tube and a couple of THE BEST books about FBA and online arbitrage.

Barrington McIntosh also spoke–he is almost a legend in the Jim Cockrum group. He started doing retail arbitrage on Amazon a few years ago from home and has grown his business into a formidable force. The amazing thing is that his home is Jamaica. So many excuses people have about “not being able to find profitable inventory” go out the window when you meet someone from an island with no Target, no Walmart and no major stores who is making a living selling FBA on Amazon.  He offers coaching for other international sellers and you can get more information right here.

The CES III conference was absolutely everything I expected and needed.  I went for a little fuel and I felt like a rocket when I left!   I am so fired up to IMPLEMENT some of the ideas.  I intend to share here as I go forward.

 

 

 

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