Not everybody wants to go out and bust the doors and brave the crowds on Black Friday or any of the other big shopping days of the season. Actually, you count me in that number – I am not a huge fan of the big Black Friday crowds and just don’t want to have to
Raise your hand if you’ve ever paid for a gym membership, used it once or twice, and then stopped going because it was a lot of effort for not a lot of results (at least not a lot of results right away). It’s ok to admit it; we’ve all been there. The people who get
When sourcing for inventory at garage sales and thrift stores, most people make some seriously costly mistakes. Not only do they leave profits behind on items they skip over, but sometimes they also make some mistakes that leads to bad feedback, returns, and other time wasters that cost both time and money. For over a
It’s happened to all of us at one time or another. You find a great product to list for amazing profits via Amazon FBA, but there’s one not-so-tiny catch: You’re restricted from selling the item on Amazon. Restrictions for selling on Amazon are one of the biggest annoyances for FBA sellers, regardless of whether you’ve
I’ll never forget when my very first wholesale order was delivered to my house… Of course, I had to take a picture – that’s me to the right standing in my garage with my first wholesale pallet order. It was the summer of 2015 and I was super excited about receiving my first wholesale order.
Finding profitable wholesale accounts is not as hard as you think it is. Most people make that assumption because they first focus on trying to secure wholesale relationships with super big name brands (like Lego, Apple, Nike, etc.), which is almost impossible for normal Amazon sellers. While landing a wholesale account with a big name
The more you talk with Amazon FBA sellers from all walks of life, the more you understand why each seller prefers the sourcing model used in their business. Some folks love the thrill of the hunt, and they thrive on getting out there and scanning to their heart’s content at garage sales and thrift stores.
Summer is here, and for some reason that means somewhat slower sales than usual for most Amazon sellers. It’s most likely attributed to the fact that people are outside more often in the nicer weather, as well as shoppers spending less time on their computers while vacationing during the summer. This is not true across