Jack's eBay Drop Shipping Companion Course Updated 2019
- 13.5 hours on-demand video
- 1 downloadable resource
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- View footage of 1000 of Jack's sales from eBay drop shipping
- Increase profitability using Gift Cards, Cashback, and Sales Tax Exemption
- Understand how to deal with Out of Stock sales on eBay
- Understand how to grow eBay account limits
- Provide good customer service on eBay
- You should be able to use an Internet Browser
- You should be focused on learning at first, not making money straight away
- You should have created an eBay account
This course is designed to educate you about drop shipping. I encourage you to take this course along side other drop shipping courses. You should expose yourself to as much information as possible!
Dropshipping is a form of retail arbitrage that allows you to create a store and ship products to your customers using online retailers such as walmart and amazon. Drop shipping makes a fantastic stepping stone for those of you interested in self employment.
Anybody in the world can earn money drop shipping, although the strategies will change based on your location. Some strategies are better for the USA while other strategies work well for people based in foreign countries.
- Anybody who wants to earn money from laptop work
- Anybody who wants to become their own boss
- Anybody interested in becoming a digital nomad
Use this free Google Document to solve problems you have while selling on eBay
Here is a open source document with some information about sources and suppliers
A "Source" or a "Supplier" is a place that you can purchase the items you sell from. Sources differ from one another in a few ways. The main ways sources are different are:
1) Competition Level
2) Shipping Speed
3) Freight Forwarding
4) Against Drop Shipping?
5) Return Process
There are many different places you can sell products online. Some places provide you with traffic to your store, while other places require you to bring your own traffic.
If you have a store, you need traffic going towards it in order to make sales.
If you have a store but no traffic, then you will have no sales no matter how great your store is!
You'll need to experiment allot with pricing in the long run. However, in the beginning, you can mark your items up by 1.4
This means ((Cost of item) + (Cost of shipping)) * 1.4 = Sale Price
As a US person, you pay 9.15% to eBay and 2.9% to PayPal. If you want to quickly calculate your fees, you can multiple sale price by 0.88
If an item sells for $100, then you would multiple $100 * 0.88. You would have $88 to purchase the item (after paying $12 in eBay fees)