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If you could make $5,000 to $10,000 per month on eBay, Amazon or Etsy in the next six months, would you?
Using my simple system for sourcing the hottest products and making the most profit, your bottom line will soar - it will climb each month, as more buyers find your listing!
Here's the simple formula you will learn to master:
Giant Product Source + Right Product + Large Daily Sales = $5 - $10,000 Plus/Month!
Imagine an online portal that houses over 35,000,000 wholesale products and is inviting you to get your hands on them for resale on eBay, Amazon, Etsy and other online sites and store fronts. This site is loaded with an incredible variety of low cost and quality products. How do you explore this ocean safely and not get eaten by the sharks?
Chatter abounded for years on the internet how this Chinese source (Alibaba) and others like it, could not be trusted: stories of resellers getting stuck with cheap and inferior products, not receiving products, not getting what they ordered, not being able to return bad products and the list goes on, were everywhere.
Are these stories true?
While the chatter continues to this day, many of the Power Sellers on eBay, Amazon and Etsy are sourcing from Alibaba and similar sites and making millions. Do they know something that others don't know? Yes they do, and I'm going to teach you what that is!
In this course I will show you how to:
Did you know that most of the Power Sellers on eBay and Amazon source many and sometimes all of their products from Alibaba. When you walk into any big box store and look at the product labels, what do you see?
Made in China
If most products are made there, why aren't you sourcing directly from China?
There is no better home business opportunity and no better time than now, to take advantage of this system. Even if you just want to make some extra money or cash while working from home, this system is for you.
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|Section 1: The Alibaba Group|
On Sept 18, 2014, in New York City, A Momentous Event Took Place.
A company – The Alibaba Group, went public and raised almost one quarter of a trillion dollars in one day through a stock offer.
It’s founder, Jack Ma, instantly became one of the richest men in the world.
When he was told, years ago,that he was not capable of managing a Kentucky Fried Chicken fast food restaurant, it did not faze him!
His companies will become the first to reach a trillion dollars in online sales.
For years people put down one of his businesses – the Alibaba web site
YouTubers claimed the site could not be trusted, it was a rip off, products were cheap and unreliable, your money would get stolen – the list goes on.
Some eBayers and Amazon sellers paid attention to this chatter, they never ventured forward. However, those that knew how to safely use the web site, made millions.
Now that the dust has settled from Alibaba’s IPO (Initial Public Offering) we can clearly gaze upon one of the world’s largest publicly traded companies.
The IPO was a record for the U.S. Stock Market - $25 billion.
On the first day of trading Jack Ma, Alibaba’s founder, became one of the worlds wealthiest individuals – Not bad for a former school teacher and someone who was told he was not qualified to manage a Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant.
By day’s end (IPO – Thursday Sept. 18, 2014) well over $200 billion in public stock was sold.
To get a perspective on the size of this company and its future potential, here are some interesting facts to consider:
Alibaba has more employees than Facebook and Yahoo combined – over 20,000.
In 2013 it generated over $240 billion in sales from just two of it’s web sites – more than twice the sales Amazon generates and three times eBay’s.
It experienced three times the sales of our Black Friday, almost $6 billion, on the Chinese version of Black Friday.
|Section 2: Let's Take A Look At This Giant Sourcing Site|
A real time look inside the Alibaba web site. An ocean of products await discovery. Learning the ins and outs of the web site is the key. This lecture covers some basics and prepares you for more to come. Learn how to join, how to source products, how to protect your payment (escrow) and learn about the Alibaba Forums.
Learn about the Alibaba buying tools. Learn how to receive trade alerts for new and trending products. Learn the safe trading rules that will protect you: account protection, supplier verification, escrow and onsite inspection service. We will discuss the three types of companies on the site and which ones you should work with. Learn how to find low volume companies that will sell product in very small quantities. We will go into the back office of a company and see what features they should have before doing business with them. And you will learn how to narrow your search results so you end up with safe sellers.
|Section 3: Using The Sister Sight|
The AliExpress web site is the sister site to Alibaba and it prvides a useful portal for sourcing products - new products and trending products. It allows for low minimum purchases and features a buyer protection system.
Many Alibaba vendors have store fronts on AliExpress.
The AliExpress web site has thousands of new and trending products and provides a useful platform for finding them and ordering samples. The feedback section makes it easy to evaluate a product before purchasing. The weekly best sellers provides insight as to what's hot and trending. The super deals also makes it possible to try product at very low prices and in single unit purchases.
|Section 4: The Goose That Layed The Golden Egg - What Makes A Product Great|
In this lecture we will examine the characteristics good products have. Detailed information will show the cost range, and size range good products have, what products to stay away from and why - what not to buy and what to buy. Products with trade marks have to be avoided so you do not risk your seller membership.
Finding products to sell can be challenging but we will list the ways to source them and you may be surprised to find so many useful web sites to help you do this.
The web site WatchCount is a free and easy to use tool that makes it possible to find products and key words that are the most popular. This information helps us target trends and products so we can narrow in on what works and find where the demand is.
This lecture reviews safe buying practices and list the traits a good and trusted supplier on Alibaba must have before doing business with them.
Here we will go inside Alibaba and focus in on products and illustrate what is working for some sellers but why their product make not work for you. But is illustrates how to examine a product's chances of success.
Learn how to determine how many products can be sold for a particular line and what the customers are saying about those products.
Go inside eBay and learn how to determine product sales and feedback. This helps zero in on winning products.
Learn how to safely buy samples and what to pay for shipping so you are not taken advantage of.
Learn how to brand a product and what the advantages of branding are.
|Section 5: Some Final Thoughts|
My final thoughts on the material.
In this bonus lecture you can watch how one of the most successful eBay Power Sellers makes millions by sourcing products from Alibaba
Bonus Lecture II
Alibaba made some major changes to their web site and this video helps explain what they did and how you can benefit from it.
For over 40 years he has worked in a number of successful small businesses. For the past 25 plus years he owned and operated one of the largest child identification companies in the world. Sam has collected and sold coins for over 40 years and has 15 years experience selling on eBay and Amazon. He is a precious metal expert, having worked with gold and silver and jewelry for almost 50 years.
He studied Eastern religion and healing alternatives for over four decades.
Sam has an MBA and a BS degree and has a great desire to help others be successful.
He raised three children and has five beautiful grand daughters
This quote reveals it all:
"My goal in life has always been to make others a little bit better: spiritually, physically and financially".