Amazon has never been a better place for entrepreneurs to earn profits by selling physical products. Selling on Amazon can be very confusing due to the myriad of confusing and conflicting information in Blogs, YouTube and even online training programs from twenty year old kids claiming to be experts.
Harry Firko found his answer in the Wholesale Product Mastery program from Expert University. Harry took an online training program that provides training, support, software and even a direct connection to over fifty wholesale distributors run by long time Amazon experts.
The video interview is available for viewing above and relates a story that is not only inspiring, but instructional.
If you would like more information about the Wholesale Product Mastery Program, please CLICK HERE.
A lot of people want to live the new American dream and become their own boss. And while working for yourself comes with a ton of benefits, there are also a few things that make the job a bit harder than some people may believe.
Life isn't all sunshine and rainbows. And working from home to get paid to do something you love, while awesome, isn't going to be perfect every single day.
And newer entrepreneurs can quickly become failed entrepreneurs if they don't know what to watch out for and what to avoid. So if you're planning on quitting your job and starting your own business soon, keep these 10 common characteristic traits in mind.
Because if you don't, your business is going to be another one of the 1 in 4 businesses that fail in their first year.
One thing entrepreneurs struggle with, especially newer entrepreneurs, is procrastination. Because without having a boss to tell you what to do, or a set schedule of when you need to work, it's...
Admit it... addressing your subjects from a throne made of stockpiled toilet paper would be cool.
I mean, sure. Your subjects would have to be addressed via some kind of video call. But still…
The world may have gone a little weird.
But as always, there are opportunities in the chaos.
When life gives you lemons….
...sell basic necessities on Amazon.
See everybody else has been looking for the “sexy” solutions. And now NONE of that stuff is shipping. In fact, most of it is made in China!
Meanwhile, my students are seeing HUGE profits. Because they’re selling basic, everyday essentials. The stuff that Amazon is now prioritizing.
Including toilet paper.
And the truth is, however long it takes for things to go back to normal…
People will always need this stuff.
So if you want to learn how to run a business that’s recession proof. Hell, even zombie apocalypse proof, you should probably watch this replay of today's webinar.
Hello and welcome. My name is Chris Keef and I am the business partner of Todd Snively. I am the Chris in the often referred to Todd and Chris and if you're seeing this video, you are considering purchasing one of our training programs and for that I thank you.
Even the consideration of spending your hard earned dollars with us is a responsibility that we take very seriously. Now at this point you are probably asking a few questions. The right questions. Are these guys real people? Are these guys legitimate? Can they actually teach what they claim to be able to teach and have they successfully taught others how to become successful Amazon sellers? The answer is simple. Yes.
Your next logical question is probably okay, cool. Let's see some results. Let me talk to some of these people. So here's the issue with that idea. There are very specific rules governing testimonials and I can tell you that Todd and I are deeply bothered by most people in this space of make...
For those that have been around the Amazon world, or even just the making money online world, for any period of time have most likely heard of Todd Snively. Todd has been making money online since 2002 and has trained over 6,000 students on the advantages of using Wholesale Distribution to make money online.
With so many ways to make money with just Amazon as a business model, we asked Todd why it is he feels so strongly that everyone should start with wholesale distribution.
"The short answer is risk. It is, by far, the least risky way to create online profits. There are not as many moving parts as with other business models like "Private Label" for example, and it gives the budding entrepreneur a real chance at success. They can choose to scale up the wholesale model, or reinvest their profits in riskier, higher reward models." - Todd Snively co-founder of Expert University.
Many people get confused with the differences between wholesale and retail/online...
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Amazon.com Inc. is restricting merchant access to its warehouses during the busy holiday shopping season, people familiar with the matter said, signaling that the online retailer is worried about capacity issues that have created problems in the past.
The Seattle e-commerce giant is freezing new merchants out of its fast-delivery service Fulfillment By Amazon until Dec. 19, preventing them from sending inventory to its fulfillment centers in advance of the holidays, said the people, who asked not to be identified because they weren’t authorized to speak about the issue.
Sending inventory to Amazon warehouses is a critical step for products to be eligible for the two-day delivery service coveted by Amazon’s most loyal shoppers -- those paying $99 a year for Prime memberships. Shoppers can filter search results to show only products that are eligible for two-day shipping, giving those items an advantage over those that take longer to be delivered.
Amazon usually has...
Imagine discovering an entirely new calling not only for yourself but also your parents after a single encounter on a plane. It happened to Henry Miller, a farm boy from Burlington, Wash., when he was 11 years old. He sat next to a beekeeper on an Alaska Airlines flight. The beekeeper told him about Colony Collapse Disorder, a phenomenon identified in 2006, that has been killing a third — sometimes almost half — of the U.S. bee population every year.
Determined to help save the bees, Miller asked his parents for a beehive for his 12th birthday. He planned to raise bees, sell their honey and donate proceeds to bee research. Miller’s dad suggested making his honey different to compete with a crowd of local honey producers.
He experimented with cookbook recipes. It dawned on him that he should infuse honey with spices to hack recipes that called for both ingredients. Through trial and error, he concocted a new foodie fad in honey bearing six mouth-watering flavors:
The fourth quarter is a big deal to Amazon, and it's sellers, and specifically being allowed to sell toys and games can mean some big revenue to sellers. However, Amazon is also very careful about who they will let sell toys and game during this peak season, and they want to make sure that sellers are properly vetted to keep fraud down and customer satisfaction high.
Therefore, they have certain guidelines that every Amazon seller must meet in order to be able to sell toys and games during the holiday season. Here is a copy/paste of the policy from a recent email:
Hello from Amazon Services,
As a reminder, to maintain a great customer experience this holiday season, we have established holiday selling guidelines for the Toys & Games store.
Effective on 17th November, 2016, only sellers who meet the criteria listed below will be eligible to sell in the Toys & Games category from 17th November, 2016 through 5th January, 2017.
• Your first sale on Amazon.com...