Chris Green ArbitrageAbout 1 month ago, Chris Green published Online Arbitrage: Sourcing Secrets for Buying Products Online to Resell for BIG PROFITS in Paperback and Kindle for $200+. (you get the Kindle version free if you buy the paperback one).

Yes, I bought my copy. At first, I was very skeptical of its value. But I had to see.

I read it all. My verdict?

To my surprise, it’s actually worth it (and more).

See, if  you’re still looking for and buying items online (to flip on Amazon) using the same methods you were 1 year ago, well, the game has changed. You have to be a lot more savvy if you want to snap up the best deals at the maximum savings and get maximum profits when you resell. Online Arbitrage teaches you everything, concisely, so you can do just that.  It’s a safe bet that most of your competition (other sellers who conduct online arbitrage) don’t know or just don’t bother using those tactics. That leaves you with the greatest chance of earning maximum profits and minimizing your risk (investment) with what you’re buying online.

If you’re still undecided about whether or not you should get your copy of  Online Arbitrage, here are my suggestions:

1.) FREE: Download my executive summary of Chris Green’s Online Arbitrage (this won’t be free for long).

2.) Read the reviews on Amazon

3.) See page 35 of my free summary  to see how I will fully guarantee your purchase of Chris Green’s Online Arbitrage for 1 full year (out of my own pocket. Nobody else is doing this).online arbitrage

By the way, I’m not an affiliate of Chris Green, I’ve never met him, and he’s not compensating me in any way for this. It’s just another way of me helping you make an investment with more confidence.

Good luck, and keep me posted.

-Jordan

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Amazon Seller Courses Reviewed

by Jordan Malik on October 2, 2014

Amazon sellers: Proven Amazon Seller Courses Reviewed

Some Amazon seller ‘systems’ cost nearly ~$4000 PLUS thousands more in inventory and processes (that they don’t tell you about until AFTER the sale). Help is here: get an inside look at amazing, proven Amazon seller courses for way under $500, instantly via my free e-book. It’s perfect whether you’re a beginner or intermediate Amazon seller, in the U.S. or International.

Get your free copy right here.



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Amazon and eBay sellers:save money photo

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 into your profits. So IF you have to drop your prices, why not have an advantage that many of them don’t have?

By ‘advantage’, I mean make your inventory costs LOWER than theirs (this leaves you with a higher profit marsave money photogin, you dig?), so you can be more competitive if/when you lower your selling prices.

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Early preparation pays here.prepare for selling on Amazon and eBay during Christmas

If you want to cash in this Christmas, you should focus on the biggest-selling category: Toys (new AND used).

Don’t bother trying to figure out what are going to be the hot ‘fad’ toys. Instead:

eBay sellers: (if you are an Amazon seller, scroll further down)

  • Download (free) eBay Toy Expert Jenni Hunt’s sourcing and selling guides here, here and here
  • Source used (and new) toys NOW at thrift stores and garage sales – focus on major brands and characters (DC 12345Comics, Disney, Marvel, Thomas the Train, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, etc.). Yes, you can find still-sealed new toys at many thrift stores and garage sales.  NOTE:  If you want the extra assurance to know EXACTLY what pre-owned toys to look for, you can buy this guide
  • Source new toys clearance-priced (70% or more off) at the major box stores (Walmart, Kmart, Target), focus
    only
    on the major brands and characters (see above)

 

Amazon sellers**:

  • Source new toys (and used – Amazon calls them ‘collectible’) NOW at thrift stores and garage sales - focus on major brands and characters (DC Comics, Disney, Marvel, Thomas the Train, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, etc.). Yes, you can find still-sealed new toys at many thrift stores and garage sales.  NOTE:  If you want the extra assurance to know EXACTLY what pre-owned toys to look for, you can buy this guide.
  • Look for ‘traditional trends’ (non-fad toys that do well every year) using Jenni Hunt’s free guide here. 3213213213
  • Source new toys clearance-priced (70% or more discount) at the major box stores (Walmart, Kmart, Target), focus on the major brands and characters (see above)
  • Read my previous articles about Xmas selling here

Good luck!

Do you find the above useful? Did I miss something? Please post a comment below

-Jordan

** If you are an Amazon seller, you ARE permitted to sell toys during the holiday season as long as a.) you sell your toys via FBA and b.) your account is in good standing

 

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Use this free site to find more stuff to sell

by Jordan Malik September 11, 2014

I stumbled across OfferUp.com (I receive no $ or credit for referring them to you).   It is an easy way for people to ‘Offer Up’ items for sale in their house. For you (the Amazon or eBay seller), it’s a great way to find local, profitable items you can buy for a song and […]

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(FREE) Optimize your Amazon listing to boost sales of your own product / bundle

by Jordan Malik September 8, 2014

Winning Amazon sellers have been adding their own unique products/bundles to the Amazon catalog. (You get a tremendous competitive advantage to this, over other sellers. If you’re not sure what I’m referring to, see these first 3 podcasts/videos by me, here) My unique products have  included (I was always the only seller) this set of […]

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Is ‘coaching’ overpriced?

by Jordan Malik August 24, 2014

Hi devoted readers, I need your help!  Basically I’m asking: Do you think coaching services are worth their +/-$3,000 investment? By ‘coaching’ I mean this: Many of my peers currently offer one-on-one Amazon or eBay seller help that runs (generally) $1,500 to $5,000.  He/she will spend a few hours a week with you (phone and web), for […]

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Online arbitrage endorsed by a multi-millionaire

by Jordan Malik August 22, 2014

(Nothing to sell to you here. Just inspiration)  Have you heard of Jeremy Schoemaker? He’s one of my idols (among Richard Branson, David Lee Roth, Seth Godin and Batman). Schoemaker is an infamous entrepreneur who has made hundreds of millions of dollars with his Internet ventures, blog, and his mega-earnings from Google Adsense. He’s also a best-selling author and […]

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I failed once. Hard. Here’s my story.

by Jordan Malik July 30, 2014

CNBC recently interviewed me for a story, ‘11 common reasons small businesses fail’.  My failure had nothing to do with my companies today — CNBC had me talking about my first ‘real’ company from 15 years ago. (The story doesn’t mention that my company’s cofounder was an idiot savant and primarily responsible for the downward spiral). Anyway. things […]

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How to win the Buy Box (Amazon sellers)

by Jordan Malik July 24, 2014

Some Amazon sellers (like you) find themselves unable to get ‘buy box’ exposure when they are among other merchants (including Amazon) selling the same exact product. (Sellers ‘win’ the buy box when a buyer selects “Add to Cart” on the main product page AND the item displayed says, under ‘In Stock’, “Sold by [Amazon Seller's name]“). […]

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