Ok I didn't stalk Peter Valley in person, but I did watch 5 hours of video of him sourcing for books (it felt like stalking).
(You can get the same videos too with my 1-year guarantee - I'll explain further down).
Let me preface this by saying smart online resellers love sourcing used books for several reasons (If you're a regular reader of this blog or a listener of my podcast, I've told you this already). Why?
- The profit margins are ridiculously high (because inventory is ridiculously cheap)
- There is too much inventory with too little sellers out there (this market is nowhere near saturated, no matter what
Facebook trolls angry Amazon sellers tell you.)
- Books are easily shippable, hard-to-break products with generally low return rates
- Anyone (yes, you) can 'start from zero', nada, zilch, and create up to a 6-figure (or $1000 profit/day) business with no employees (there are 'lifestyle' entrepreneurs who are doing this now, but they're a secretive bunch).
Do you need recent profit proof? [click to continue…]
I am a parther with the Startup Bros - a proven, transparent team of experts that is nurturing beginners (like you) from 'zero' to full-fledged e-commerce business owners. (I'm talking 5- to 7-figure, real online businesses) [click to continue…]
If you bought a~$5,000+ Amazon course (I can't mention the name here but it might rhyme with 'A Hazing Yelling Obscene') and you want a refund, you have (depending on when you bought it) until November 15, 2015.
Need help getting your refund?
> Go to their main web site and click on "Contact" link (this is normally in the upper right hand corner of the page). Call, email or chat with them and remind them of their 'no questions asked' 30-day money back policy.
> Is your refund request / cancellation being delayed beyond reason, or refused? If you feel you've been wronged, consider contacting the Better Business Bureau and/or State Attorney General local to the course provider's headquarters. For instance, if you had a complaint about a Texas-based company, you would contact The Texas area Better Business Bureau and/or the State of Texas Attorney General.
> If all else fails, you may be able to get your credit card company to help you. Here's an amazing primer how to dispute credit card charges. It doesn't hurt to contact your credit card company and ask them to refute charge(s) and/or stop future payments to the installment plan for any purchase of any product or service.
P.S. This free guide describes alternative proven Amazon selling courses and systems - some are free, and the highest-priced one is $1497 after all discounts. Amazing!
Do you know what reddit is? It's basically an extremely popular (free) online discussion board divided up into tens (if not hundreds) of thousands of topics where anyone can join in a discussion about virtually anything. Many celebrities/executives/leaders from around the world conduct an "Ask Me Anything" (AMA) session where they directly answer questions posted by common folk like you and me.
Well a former Amazon Seller Support Rep just conducted an AMA session in the popular-among-FBA-sellers FulfillmentByAmazon reddit.
And it was glorious, revealing, scary and reassuring all at once. [click to continue…]
Even if you are not in one of my recommended Q4 boot camps, I put together some tips to help you make maximum sales/profits with your Amazon business this Xmas:
1. If this is your first Q4 experience, you may have noticed that your sales haven't yet started to soar. That isn't unusual; while most of the corporate world divides the year into quarters starting in October, Amazon sellers consider November to January the true Q4. In other words, don't be alarmed if your sales figures are still modest because the real rush has not yet begun. [click to continue…]
Some Amazon seller 'machine'/private label training costs ~$5000 plus thousands more in inventory and processes - - that they don't tell you about until AFTER they sell to you. (Need help getting a refund? Try here or here)
Help is here in my free new-for-2016 e-book. [click to continue…]
Amazon and eBay sellers:
If you purchase any inventory from online or brick-and-mortar stores, this post is for you.
See, with your competition increasing (Amazon and eBay sellers buying the exact same deals as you, online and in-stores), the 'immediate reflex' is for all those sellers (including you) to drop prices. Follow suit and you'll cut [click to continue…]
Now there's no reason to be in the sidelines during Q4.
Q4 (Oct 1 - Dec. 31) is when most Amazon sellers frantically ask me 'what do I sell?' and 'how do I make more money?' You probably (like me) watched with envy last year as bragging sellers posted their skyrocketing sales on various seller Facebook groups.
Relief is here from [click to continue…]
Here is training (for U.S. and Internationally-based sellers) that I wish wasn't made available for such a low price (because it's that good).
Barrington McIntosh is well-known in Amazon FBA seller circles. He's 100% legit, lives in Jamaica, sells a lot of products [click to continue…]
"A competitor undercut me in price and is stealing my sales!"
"Another seller has come in and is 'illegally' selling my own branded product!"
If you have said either/both the above, I have some help for you (this applies to you primarily if you have a wholesale- or private-label sourced product, but even arbitrage/resellers folks can find this useful).
You can remedy this 'stealing' by [click to continue…]