Ever wondered how online sellers are able to get the hottest products at the best prices in order to resell them for a profit? This course will show you exactly how they do it!
Online Arbitrage is the practice of purchasing items online to be resold online for big profits.
In this course, we'll look extensively at ways to do research online, from home, so that you know what products are in demand. We'll also look at ways to monitor and track prices and stock levels so that you always get the best deals.
By the end of this course, you'll have a firm understanding of the Online Arbitrage business model and the confidence to consistently find profitable products to resell for big profits.
In this lecture, Chris Green, author of Online Arbitrage, welcomes Udemy students and explains the outline of the course.
This lecture serves as the introduction to the course on Online Arbitrage.
I placed a large order from Disney Store online for some Online Arbitrage. This is what happened to my email the day it was all delivered.
In this video, I show you how easy it is to find profitable deals right on the homepages of major price tracking websites.
Amazon dropped the price on some big-ticket items in the Sports & Outdoors category. Come see what I bought!
This is a full explanation of a deal that I did from The Disney Store Online. It starts with their promotional email, shows exactly what I purchased, and breaks down all of the profit per item.
Viewing TheTracktor Movers list, we find a new toy that closely resembles a very profitable item from fourth quarter 2013. Did we stumble onto the breakout hot toy of 2014? Time will tell.
This lecture serves as an introduction to exactly what Online Arbitrage is and how you can benefit from learning about the buying strategies in this course.
This video is just to make people aware of what happens when you search Amazon for items to resell. If you end up finding the same items as other sellers, you may end up making BOLO lists.
This lecture outlines the differences between buying at retail stores compared to buying online.
This is a very important lecture that outlines many of the tools, programs, and browser extensions that you will use to make Online Arbitrage both easy and fun.
Keepa is one of the most used and useful browser extensions and websites. This lecture serves as an in-depth look at this great tool.
In this video, we see an example of using www.keepa.com to quickly find and evaluate potential deals.
This bonus video goes in depth explaining what Keepa is.
CamelCamelCamel is another great tool and website that gets an in-depth analysis in this lecture.
In this video, we walk through how to use CamelCamelCamel to find deals to resell.
PriceZombie shows amazing price information for many online retailers and is not just focused on Amazon.
TheTracktor Movers is a great place to do deal research. This lecture is an in-depth look at the site.
In this video, get a quick rundown of the features of www.TheTracktor.com and how to use it fo quickly find and evaulate Online Arbitrage opportunities.
Social media is often overlooked as a way to do online research into the hottest products and brands. In this lecture, learn how to use social media and searching to your advantage.
So many times the answer is just a Google search away. Learn how to use Google optimally to do product research online.
In this video, learn how to do product research on a new line of products right from home on your computer.
Amazon can be one of the biggest sources of Online Arbitrage inventory. There are so many ways to do product research and set up price and in-stock alerts. This lecture will outline the upcoming videos.
In this video, see an example of the finding items with a supressed Buy Box and how you can use these types of items to setup BOLO alerts.
In this video, I walk through some deals that hit the Amazon Movers & Shakers page for TOYS and talk about Keepa, settings up Alerts, Frustration Free Packaging options, and Oversize concerns.
In this video, watch how fast and easy it is to quickly evaluate items listed on the Amazon Movers & Shakers pages as potential deals to buy and resell for a profit.
In this video, see how simply checking the Amazon Movers & Shakers pages can show you entire lines of products that are on sale from Amazon.com and some at prices low enough to make a profit on.
In this video, we look at how easy it is to find profitable products to resell using the Amazon Movers & Shakers pages. Example: Paw Patrol
In this video, we use Amazon search strategies to find out of stock items and then search for their sources.
When you buy out Amazon on a product to resell, sometimes you can have trouble finding the ASIN once you're ready to go back and list the item for sale. Use the PARENT ASIN on the Add A Product page in Seller Central to see all Child variations.
Not every deal that looks like a deal is actually a deal. Learn what to look for to spots 'false positive' deals and avoid making bad purchases.
When a good deal isn't as good as you think. Sometimes you find an item that looks to be profitable but the data can help you avoid making bad buying decisions (and data never lies).
In this video, see an example of how just because an item has a big discount on a deal site like TheTracktor.com, it doesn't necessarily mean that the deal is legit.
Rabbit Trails consists of following the clues from one hot product to the next. Learning how to follow your own rabbit trails will be one of the biggest money making skills that you can learn. This section will show you how with many graet examples.
In this video, we follow a rabbit trail started at www.TheTracktor.com and end up finding some replenishable ALmond Joy candy.
In this video, we explore items first found on www.camelcamelcamel.com Top Price Drops and see if we can find other deals.
In this video, we follow the rabbit trail from Keepa Deals to finding popular Starburst candy that Amazon.com is out of stock on that is readily available at Wal-Mart and walmart.com.
In this video, I start on the Movers & Shakers page but end up on eBay looking at high priced NERF guns.
In this video, we follow a rabbit trail from Pricenoia and find some How To Train Your Dragon 2 BOLOs using tools like Keepa, CamelCamelCamel, Google, and Google Images.
In this video, we see a $300 lawn mower drop down to $60 from Amazon and we follow the trali to find a $1,000 flag being sold for $90 (spoiler alert; I bought it).
Learning new product lines is very profitable. Learn tips and tricks in this lecture to learn any new product line in no time.
In this video, we look at 'Girl in a Boy Line' toys, April O'Neil searches, Google, and Rabbit Trails.
If you're planning on learning a new line, LEGO is easily one of the most profitable lines to sell.
Learn how to use industry websites to stay on top of new products and trends.
Do your homework at home and learn the ins and out of your favorite websites so that you can find deals faster as well as get the best prices using their own promotions.
Be the first to know by getting on store email lists and always bookmarking and checking their clearance sections.
Timing is everything. Learn why in this lecture.
Seasonal cycles, product cycles, clearance cycles. Learn them and know the best times to buy and sell.
Let the computers do the work by letting them track items for you. Get alerts when prices drop and items come in stock.
Get an in-depth look at one of the best deal sourcing and deal discussion websites: FatWallet.com
Get an in-depth look at another great deal sourcing and deal discussion websites: SlickDeals.net
Is there an app for that? You bet there is! Many apps, actually.
Once you've found a deal, be sure to check for coupons. Lower your price, increase your profit.
A deal is a deal but deals get sweeter with rebates and cashback. Learn how to get the most from rebate and cashback programs online.
You're buying the stuff anyway so you might as well max out some points, rewards, and perks.
Chris is the co-founder ScanPower, the premier suite of apps and programs for professional Amazon sellers, in 2010 with his business partner, Paul Retherford. He has been selling online since the '90s, has sold millions of dollars worth of products online, spoken at dozens of events across the country, mentored hundreds of online sellers, and published several books.In addition to helping hundreds of online sellers run profitable businesses, Chris enjoys leveraging new technologies such as on-demand printing, 3D printing, and drones. Look, if you sell products online, it doesn't matter what they are, where you got them or where you want to sell them. Just put the pieces together and make a profit. And if you have a passion for something, Chris can give you a dozen ideas on how to make that your fulltime job making good money.