I bought a lot of stuff from Ebay over the years. I used to sell the odd thing there as well, before all the listing fees were pushed up and 10% was taken off the final sale price. Then, because I used PayPal, there was another few percent knocked off any profits transferred to my PayPal account.
As a very small-time seller, I found Ebay’s endless money-grab on my meagre profits to be off-putting. I can wait several weeks to sell an item on free classified ads site, thanks very much.
Skip McGrath became THE person to follow if you wanted to become a successful Ebay Seller. He’s been selling on Ebay …
As you’ll probably know, my #1 recommended Amazon Seller course is the Proven Amazon Course. It’s the course that keeps on giving even though you only pay a one-time fee for it.
And Jim Cockrum, its creator, is one of my favorite mentors. His primary goal is to help people build a sustainable and profitable online business rather than trying to make money off ongoing subscriptions to his course which he could do, but doesn’t.
So here’s where things stand here at the start of 2018…
The separate Proven Merch Live course has now been added into to the Proven Amazon Course course! Current Proven Amazon Course members get it …
Skip McGrath is the go-to guy if you want to learn how to become a successful seller on eBay.
His course looks at all aspects of setting up an eBay selling business.
He also details all the pitfalls to avoid, saving you a lot of hassle and heartache in the process.
Anyone can learn how to sell on eBay, but The Complete eBay Marketing System is a step-by-step system that can show you how to start and build a professional eBay business the right way. No tricks or gimmicks. Skip just teaches what he does and what works for him.
You will learn everything you need to get your eBay business up …
Jim Cockrum is offering his Proven Private Label ebook plus the Mentoring Program for it at a 66% discount until midnight EST tonight – Aug. 21st.
The package is currently on sale for $97 instead of the regular $397.
If you’re not interested in the associated Mentoring Program, the ebook itself is available for $17 (discounted) instead of the regular $37.
Ryan Reger and Jenni Hunt, the course creators, did a Facebook go-live video explaining the Private Label opportunity and the PPL 2.0 Mentor Program here.
If you don’t have a Facebook account or want to skip the video, the book and Mentoring Program are available here:
Proven Private …
A price rise for Jim Cockrum’s Proven Amazon Course (my #1 recommended course for selling on Amazon) was announced a little over a week ago.
The price was set to increase yesterday, but in his recent podcasts Jim said, “buy PAC before the end of July when the price will increase.” So, to be consistent with that, the price rise is being deferred until next week.
The price WILL go up on Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2017.
In addition to the base Amazon course, these additional courses (which are sold separately) have already been added into the Proven Amazon Course’s membership area (at no additional cost to members):
The 100K Factory Revolution Course is now in week 10. I, however, am stuck at week 5’s training…
After doing my research, I identified a niche I thought would be good and built and stocked a Shopify store with products to sell. That’s the relatively easy part.
The hard part, as it is for every website on the planet, is driving traffic to that site.
Google doesn’t factor into that equation here. Besides, I’m fed up with relying on them to rank my sites and pages. The traffic method suggested by this course is to use Facebook ads. From what I can see, every course that’s come and gone that …
It’s been over a month now since I posted any update on my journey into eCommerce and building eCommerce stores. It has not been a smooth one.
Over the last few weeks, I’ve built a couple of Shopify stores. Since I’m not in the USA, but that is where my target audience is, the easiest payment processor to use is PayPal. The 100k Factory Revolution course I’m following recommends setting up a PayPal Business Account rather than using a Personal Account because I am supposed to be building a business after all.
Basically, PayPal needs to verify you and your business (I have a registered business name), so it involves sending in …
As you may have read in one of my posts from late in December, I made the decision to get into the particular type of eCommerce that is “selling on Amazon”. I’d been learning the business through Jim Cockrum’s excellent Proven Amazon Course.
The model I was particularly interested in was in selling used books. Profits of up to 700% are not unheard of in this niche. However, as I don’t live in the USA, some logistical issues became apparent.
In order to sell items through Amazon FBA (where Amazon ships product to customers from their own warehouses), you have to send stock to those Amazon warehouses. If you’re …
How do you assign a value to something? That value you assign will play a part in whether that thing is worth considering buying or not.
If you think the price is too low, maybe there’s a reason for that – the product isn’t that good so you’ll pass on it.
Likewise, if you think the price is too high, you may think the vendor is just trying to fleece you.
Perceived value pricing is now commonplace, and the greatest profit margins are drawn out from products that have developed remarkable levels of buyer faith, reputation and perceived quality and value.
This infographic looks at the psychology behind our perceptions, examining trends, …
One thing you start to see in the internet marketing world if you stay in it for any length of time is that there have been a lot of rehashed products and “new” tools which seem to do the same thing as tools you already use.
So with all the different ways to make money online and the variety of tools available to help people achieve their goals, what’s the most profitable business model out there, even for someone new to the online marketing game?
It turns out that one of those top performing business models is selling physical goods on Amazon (i.e. not acting as an Amazon affiliate selling stuff through …