Today we are following up on last week’s show on online arbitrage. While we explored beginner strategies in that episode, today we are taking things a step further and going deep on some advanced tips and tricks for your OA endeavors. Rebecca is once again in the hot seat and answering all the questions on online arbitrage, tools, and mindset, so get ready for a whole lot of useful information!
In this episode, we cover some of the basics of what makes OA so useful to your Amazon business before getting into potential hurdles that you can run into. Rebecca shares some great ways to minimize trouble issues and keep going when something comes up — mindset is key! From there, we talk about a host of tools, both paid and free that can make your OA experience that much easier and profitable, so make sure to look out for that. The last part of the episode is spent considering what the next few years might look like in the online arbitrage world. This episode is sure to help the OA aspect of your FBA business grow.
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Key points from episode 32:
- The awesome aspect of OA that Rebecca loves most!
- Outsourcing opportunities with online arbitrage; saving money and time.
- Pro tips on what to do when the items you order online arrive damaged – or are not even the right items.
- Minimizing the potential negatives of online arbitrage through mindset and strategy.
- Confidence levels and moving into the more advanced realms of online arbitrage.
- Tools for online arbitrage; Rebecca’s favorite free tools in her workflow.
- Three paid tools for online arbitrage that Rebecca doesn’t want to ever source without.
- The right timing and process of adding new tools to your OA workflow.
- Looking to the future of online arbitrage and how this type of sourcing might evolve.
- And more!
Links and resources mentioned in this episode:
- The Amazon FBA Calculator
- Rakuten (get $10 for signing up and using the service)
- The Keepa Extension
- RevSeller (use code FULLTIME for $20 off the first year)
- Tactical Arbitrage
- The Reseller’s Guide to Online Arbitrage video course and ebook
- Use the code ONLINE25 and we’ll take $25 off the cost of the OA course (limited-time coupon code)
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Episode 32 Transcript:
[0:00:01.8] ANNOUNCER: Welcome to The Full-Time FBA Show. In each episode, it’s our goal to help you turn part time hours into a full-time income, selling almost anything on Amazon. Now, your hosts of the show, Stephen and Rebecca Smotherman.
[0:00:21.6] STEPHEN: Welcome to episode number 32 of The Full-Time FBA Show. We are here with part two of our interview with Rebecca Smotherman, talking about online arbitrage. Last week, Rebecca was on the show – I mean, she’s on the show every week, because she’s my –
[0:00:34.4] REBECCA: I am the co-host.
[0:00:35.4] STEPHEN: You are the co-host. We were specifically talking about online arbitrage and some beginner tips and tricks and how she got started and how you can get started with online arbitrage. If you want to listen to that, be sure to check out episode number 31. You can do that by going to fulltimefba.com/31 to hear that interview.
Today, we’re going to be talking about some advanced strategies with online arbitrage and I’m looking forward to talking to Rebecca about that. Rebecca, how are you doing today?
[0:01:04.4] REBECCA: Doing great.
[0:01:05.6] STEPHEN: That’s good.
[0:01:06.4] REBECCA: I’m so looking forward to talking even more about online arbitrage.
[0:01:09.1] STEPHEN: Well, we’re going to get a little bit more technical and a little bit more advanced, so let’s do that and let’s get the show going.
[0:01:17.5] STEPHEN: All right, Rebecca. You focus mainly on online arbitrage when it comes to the sourcing of our Amazon business. What do you love most about online arbitrage?
[0:01:27.0] REBECCA: Well, aside from the fact that I cannot have to leave the house to go out and find inventory, I really love the fact that I can just pull up my computer any time of the day, any time that I have a break and other things that I’m doing, or any time that I feel like it, any time I hear about a great sale that comes up on a weekend that there’s a holiday, or any time I hear about a deal that is going to only be available for a short amount of time, I can pull up my laptop and I can do a search. I can run a scan on one of the scanning programs we use, or I can click through some of the leads I find on a website and I can find the inventory.
It doesn’t require me dropping everything to leave the house. It doesn’t require me – I can do it in my sweatpants. I can take a break from cooking dinner, or I can take a break from whatever I’ve been doing with the kids or whatever, and I can go spend some time looking for inventory.
Within a short amount of time usually, I can make some purchases, get them sent off and have them sent to our prep center. I’ve bought the inventory. I’ve made that investment for FBA business. Then from that point, I don’t even have to do anything else with it as far as touching it. I set up the prices. I set up the shipments to send them from the prep center to the FBA warehouse. I set up everything in our repricer, but I don’t have to touch the inventory, and we make a profit from it. I love that aspect of it, that I can do it anywhere, anytime and outsource so much of the rest of the work to still make the profits.
[0:03:04.2] STEPHEN: Yeah, that’s one of the cool things about online arbitrage is just the amount of outsourcing opportunities. There are so many ways that you can step back from doing a lot of the things that a lot of people could spend their time doing in their online arbitrage business, but instead, you can choose to do other things, because you’ve outsourced it. When it comes to online arbitrage, what would you say are the main pros and cons of doing OA?
[0:03:31.8] REBECCA: As far as doing OA compared to other types of sourcing for an FBA business, I think we’ve already covered a lot of the pros so far in what we’ve said just now and also in the previous episode. Episode 31, we talked some about this too, but another pro is that in addition to being able to stay home and not have to go out other places – not in addition to, but along with that is we’re not putting as many miles on the car. Also, it’s saving the time of the driving around. It’s not just the emotional energy for me, because I don’t enjoy that, but it’s also the time that’s required to drive here and there and everywhere else.
I can spend 40 minutes of sourcing without having to spend 15 to 30 minutes driving to get to that store to then do the 40 minutes of sourcing and then driving home. You save time that way. Also, the outsourcing aspect of it too is another big pro.
Then the cons I would say, one of the main ones that comes up for me repeatedly and that we always hear about as well is that you can’t see the inventory before you buy it and you’re not sure what you’re going to get. Now theoretically, you’re going to get a brand new, pristine item from the retail store that’s going to show up coming through the UPS, or USPS, however it arrives at your place and it’s going to be exactly what you ordered, no problems and you’ll be able to just turn around and send it to the FBA warehouse. In reality, that isn’t what happens 100% of the time.
There is a small percentage of the time that the item becomes damaged in transit, or the people picking and packing the item at the retail place don’t send you the right item, or it’s missing something. You ordered an item that has certain parts and when you get it there and you inspect it, it’s missing part of it. There’s all sorts of things like that that can happen that are preventable if you are in a retail store and you’re picking something up to put in your basket. You know this item is complete, it is brand-new, it fits the qualifications of the new condition on Amazon.
That can be frustrating first getting used to that aspect of doing OA. Of course, there’s many ways to mitigate those types of issues that come up in there’s processes that we put in place for our OA sourcing and receiving and inspecting. So that it’s an issue, but it’s not going to stop us from doing OA.
[0:06:02.7] STEPHEN: What are some ways that you can eliminate or lessen the effect of the cons of OA?
[0:06:08.4] REBECCA: I think one is just having that mindset shift. Understanding that it’s going to happen, is just going to be a time when you receive something and it’s not what you wanted. It’s the wrong color, or it doesn’t exactly match the Amazon product page in some other way, or it’s damaged, either it got damaged in the shipment, the packaging box shows up and has some damage, or the item itself was possibly even damaged before it left the retail store.
Just understanding that that’s going to happen, I think is one way to mitigate some of the issues that arrives from that, because you just can’t take it personally and be super upset about the fact that, “Oh, I wasted time, or oh, I wasted money.” There’s very few situations that we’ve ever been in where we completely lost our sourcing money over something like that. You can always get a refund.
Or if you can’t get a refund, which is very unlikely, you can always try to sell that item in used condition on another platform and get some of your money back, or at least get the capital back. You might not make a profit on it, but you can still get your money back in some way. Just knowing that and having those processes in place, a lot of it depends on what category you’re shopping, you’re sourcing into. There’s different ways to set up your systems of handling inventory that arrives from your OA source that you can’t resell on Amazon like you planned.
It’s just a matter of experimenting with that category, experimenting with other platforms, experimenting with, “I like this store, because they’ve got a really good return policy and it’s very easy to initiate returns online,” versus, “I’m not going to shop at that store anymore, because they don’t send stuff in the right type of packaging material and it shows up damaged, or if there’s ever an issue with it, I have to call somebody and talk to a human being on the phone and explain to them why I want to return these five items.” That’s just not how I want to spend my time, versus shopping at stores where I can just go and make a few clicks and initiate a return.
[0:08:14.2] STEPHEN: Yeah, that’s good to have that mindset shift and have those processes in place to help you get through that. Last week, we talked about beginner strategies. Today, we’re talking about advanced strategies. Well, one of the differences between a beginner and someone working on advanced online arbitrage is their confidence level. And so, how’d you gain confidence in doing online arbitrage to move yourself from someone who was considered a beginner to someone who is more of an expert?
[0:08:40.2] REBECCA: I think in any fields, really the thing that leads to that increase in confidence is time and experience. You can only get experience by spending time doing the actions that will lead to developing those skills. I can’t really put a time limit on it, or to say, “Oh, on March 15th, 2016, I felt like I had confidence or something like that.” I don’t know how long it took before I felt really confident in my skills at OA sourcing.
I would say that after spending a few months, even of consistently sourcing on a regular basis day in and day out during the work week and putting in – I’m going to source for 30 minutes every day, or I’m going to source every day until I have spent my $500 this week, or my $1,000 this week, or whatever you’re sourcing budget is for the week. After doing that for several months I felt like, “Hey, I’ve got a system going here. I’ve got a routine going.” That’s another thing. I think having a routine really leads to confidence, where it’s like, I know this is what I’m going to do today in my OA sourcing. I’ve developed a habit. I’ve developed these habits, these routines and this is how I’m going to methodically go through my list of stores that I like to source that. If I am doing that on a regular basis, I’m consistently finding inventory to sell.”
I think too, just building up confidence; a lot of it comes back to looking at your sales numbers. When you start comparing, you really have to know your numbers and start looking at, “Okay, how did our business change as a result of me doing OA?” We were able to look at – we use inventory lab to track our sales. When we’re entering in items to list them for shipments, we can enter a supplier, and so we’re able to track, okay, this is how much percentage of our business is coming from retail arbitrage, versus this percentage for OA, versus this percentage for wholesale.
We’re able to see like, “Oh, 50% is from this type of source, or 45% or 30%.” Over time, seeing the percentage of OA way sourcing that is contributing to our sales revenue, that sure will give you confidence and that takes time to get there. You can’t expect in two weeks to see, “Oh, we’re suddenly at 50% for our sales.”
[0:11:16.1] STEPHEN: Yeah. No one knows really for sure when they get that confidence, but you do realize it once you have it. You could look, “Oh, wait. This is getting a little bit easier. Yeah, I’ve got systems in place and got a routine going on. This is working. That’s awesome.” Let’s transition and talk about some fun topic that I like to talk about; some of the tools that have helped you with online arbitrage, the tools that have helps you save money, make more money, save time. What’s your favorite free tool that you use in your online arbitrage workflow?
[0:11:47.1] REBECCA: Okay. I’ll try to limit it to just two, but it’s actually one is one specific tool and the other one is a type of tool that there might be different specific tools that fall in that category. Let me explain. The first one I would like to say is the FBA calculator, the free FBA calculator. I know that’s old-school to rely on that. I know that there are a lot of different Chrome extensions that you can use to plug in a calculator type tool directly on to an Amazon product page, but when I first got started doing OA, and I even still today will do this, I love pulling up the separate page that’s produced by Amazon that allows you to plug in all sorts of data points to give you back your ROI, your profit on that you can expect if you buy an item at a certain price and you sell it for a certain price on Amazon. I love that, the FBA calculator. We’ve got a quick link that’ll take you to that, fulltimefba.com/calculator will take you directly to that free calculator.
That was I think early on, probably my most favorite and has continued to be one that I use on a regular basis. Then another tool that is free to use, but will make you many that I really love are cash back extensions to use with the Chrome browser. That’s where I say this is more of a category than one specific tool. We love Rakuten, SwagBucks, Honey, those types of cash back Chrome extensions. It’s a website that you can use to direct you to online retail store and you will earn cash back on your purchases, or you can use the Chrome extensions so that you don’t have to actually navigate to the website. You can just click on the Chrome extension before you make your purchase on an online website and you’ll earn cash back.
You’re paying the same amount for the item on the retail website, but Rakuten or SwagBucks, or whoever is going to give you a percentage cash back for using their link to make that purchase. I love that. It’s a good way to earn some extra money back on your purchase to increase your ROI, just even by a percentage point or two is it adds up over time. We’ll include the links to those in the show notes as well.
[0:14:05.8] STEPHEN: Yeah. I love those tools as well. I highly recommend them, so we’ll put those in the show notes. Let’s go and move on beyond free. What are your top three online arbitrage tools that are paid that you can’t live without?
[0:14:20.2] REBECCA: Okay. That one, for paid tools, I would say probably my number one tool is going to be the Keepa extension. I’m not just saying this, because you are the resident Keepa expert and I expect you to want me to say that. It really is something that I look at my eye, just almost immediately goes to the Keepa graph on an Amazon product page when I’m doing my research. I use the Keepa extension for Chrome that will put the Keepa graph directly onto the Amazon product page, so you don’t have to navigate to keepa.com to look at that information.
Yeah, my eye just automatically gravitates to that, so that if I open up Amazon product page in a different browser, like if I use Safari or something and I pull up a product page, I’m like, where’s the Keepa graph? It’s not on there. I just, I’m so used to it and I look at that for the sales rank history. I really depend on looking at the information for whether Amazon is in stock or goes in and out of stock. Just the color coding and the visual presentation of it is just, I need it. I can’t source without it.
I would say the second one that is a Chrome extension that I use just almost immediately after I look at that Keepa graph, I would say is RevSeller. That one is a Chrome extension that will put a box of information directly underneath the product title on the Amazon product page. It has a ton of information that is available in other parts of the product page already. They’re just pulling information from the Amazon product page from that Amazon API directly and they’re putting it all in one consolidated space and they’re also presenting it a little bit differently than you would find it on your own without digging around.
It brings the sales rank, the current sales rank up from the bottom of the product page up to right there at the top, because otherwise, you have to scroll down and look for that detail information and find the sales rank and it brings it right up there to the top, it gives you the 90-day sales rank average right there at the top. It gives you subcategory information. It gives you another calculator right there. I was talking about using the free FBA calculator. RevSeller also – it’s a paid tool and it will give you a calculator just right there in that little box of information.
There’s variation information of the type of category, the type of items that you’re looking at have variations. I don’t know. I’m not looking at the list of features right now, but those are the things that pop up in my mind, just off the top of my head that I really like to have that information just right there, so that I can make my decision quickly.
[0:17:12.2] STEPHEN: The only other one that I can think of is the restriction checker.
[0:17:14.9] REBECCA: Yes, the restriction checker. That’s another big one, so that you can like with just one click, see whether or not you are approved, or restricted from selling an item, whether it’s worth it to even dig any deeper on that information. Yeah, that would be my second one. The third one, we already talked about Inventory Lab with the supplier information, but that’s a very helpful part of Inventory Lab for tracking your numbers. As far as doing OA sourcing and the decisions that I’m making, because I source in a category predominantly that has variations, I depend a lot on the scout feature of Inventory Lab.
If you are used to doing RA and you use Scoutify on your phone, there’s a similar feature on the desktop version of inventory lab. There’s a tab for doing research and it’s called Scout. You can enter in a parent Asin and pull up the information that they dig up and it’s going to be similar to what you see for Scoutify. You’ll pull up the information for that Asin within inventory lab and you can make some more decisions about whether or not that’s going to be a good buy for you.
The reason why I’m mentioning this in particular is because I source in the shoe category mostly, it presents the information for child variations in a way that I really love. In addition to being able to organize our numbers and all the information for our sales in our inventory, I also really love how they present the child ASINs and the color and size variations that are available, or not available necessarily, that are on that product page. Whether or not they’re available, you and then dig around and see if that’s something that you can bring to the Amazon catalog. I would say those are my top three; Keepa, RevSeller and Inventory Lab.
[0:19:14.0] STEPHEN: That’s pretty cool.
[0:19:15.5] REBECCA: I don’t know if that’s what you’re expecting me to say or not, but those are the things that I thought of when you said that.
[0:19:19.6] STEPHEN: I actually thought you’re going to say Tactical Arbitrage.
[0:19:22.2] REBECCA: Oh, oh. Well, sorry. I mean, yeah, that is one of the – That’s so funny. Yeah, that is one of the top tools that I use, but that’s not even what came to mind. We can talk about that some other time.
[0:19:34.7] STEPHEN: Yeah. In fact, we can probably do an entire episode on Tactical Arbitrage sometime in the future.
[0:19:39.5] REBECCA: Yeah, let’s do that sometime later.
[0:19:42.1] STEPHEN: All right. When it comes to adding tools, how does someone know when is the right time to add a tool, what tool to add, what do you think is the process of when is the right time to add a tool when it comes to online arbitrage?
[0:19:54.1] REBECCA: I think that that’s a question that everybody needs to answer for themselves to a certain extent. You can ask around and look at what other people are using and come up with a list of way more tools than are even necessary to use to do online arbitrage and how to decide when you should use a tool, or if a tool is going to be useful for you, really comes down to how much time are you going to be saving by using it and is that time saved worth the amount of money that you’re going to spend for it?
Tools vary, as whether it’s a monthly fee, or a yearly fee, when we’re talking about paid tools. You just have to look at, I don’t know, I always think about like well, how many products would I need to sell in order to pay for this tool and is it worth it? If I think about like, “Oh, I would need to sell three pairs of shoes and that would pay for an entire month of this subscription.” Okay, well that puts it in perspective. I can do that. That’s one way that I look at it is am I going to be saving enough time by using this tool? Am I going to be streamlining my business enough that I could then spend more time doing something else that is a better use of my time and would be more profitable? That’s how I look at it and that decision.
There are some tools that people use that I’m just like, “I don’t know. I don’t feel like that would be enough of a benefit.” It seems more like it’s gimmicky, or, “Oh, that’s a fun little thing that it does, but do I really need that information in order to make a good buying decision?” Those types of things, you just have to work through on a case-by-case basis in deciding about a tool.
[0:21:35.8] STEPHEN: Right. I guess when you do decide to use a tool, if there’s a free trial that comes along with that, make sure you’ve done as much training as possible on that free tool before you even start the free trial, so you can maximize your free trial.
[0:21:48.0] REBECCA: Exactly. Yes. Make the most of a free trial. A lot of tools will have a free trial, or a $1 trial. If they don’t, then figure out why. It’s either because you don’t really need that in order to figure out that this is going to be worthwhile for you, or it is questionable. Either way, make the most of any free trials that are available.
[0:22:11.4] STEPHEN: Yup. A moment ago you were talking about having a mindset shift when it comes to receiving your inventory from online retailers. If anyone’s been around us for a long time, they know we love talking about mindset and that your mindset is probably one of the biggest indicators of your success in the long-term. What were some other mindset shifts that you had to go through when it comes to being successful with online arbitrage?
[0:22:35.7] REBECCA: I’m not really sure there’s anything that I would add beyond what we’ve already talked about, other than just to sum it up, this is a marathon, not a sprint. This is learning to do OA and then profiting from OA is something that you will see over time. Don’t expect to spend a week or two weeks doing it and then see this magical transformation, that it’s something that you really need to dedicate a period of time to experimenting with OA in your business model before you’re going to see the results. Give it a month, give it two months and then look at your numbers there.
Then also just being consistent. I think the consistency part of it is huge. Spend time every day, or every week, every whatever the time period is on a regular basis. Also, be methodical about how you take notes, be methodical about how you go to certain websites on a regular basis. Some websites update their inventory that they have available on a daily basis, others do it on a weekly basis. It’s going to just take some time and consistency to figure that out and to develop those routines. I would say having a marathon mindset, not a sprint mindset and then also just being consistent over time. Those are the mindset shifts that I would emphasize.
[0:23:53.4] STEPHEN: Yeah, I would echo that and totally, that’s the secret sauce is going to help you find success in the long-term. Looking forward, what are your opinions about the long-term viability of online arbitrage? Do you feel this strategy is going to last a long time? Do you think it’s not going to last very long at all? What are your thoughts about it?
[0:24:11.4] REBECCA: I think that it’s shown over the past few years to be a good long-term strategy for sourcing. I don’t know why it would change. I mean, there’s a lot that’s changing right now in our world because of the world health situation, but I don’t know how that’s going to affect it in the long-term for any type of negative. There might be ups and downs as with any type of sourcing, where there’s time periods where certain stores are not available to you anymore.
Again, with any type of sourcing or any type of business model or strategy that you’re using, you’re going to have to adapt and sometimes there’s going to be needs for pivoting to adapt what you’re doing, or to pivot completely because what you’re doing now doesn’t work anymore. With the way that things are going, online shopping is only going to increase in the future. The ability to source from one online store and sell it on another online platform, I don’t know why that would not just only increase as well, but the opportunities are just going to continue to grow. That’s what I’m expecting. I don’t really know why that wouldn’t be the case.
[0:25:25.4] STEPHEN: Yeah, the future is bright when it comes to online arbitrage and selling on Amazon. We’re excited to do what we can to help you move your Amazon business forward and take it to the next level. In fact, just recently, Rebecca and I just launched The Resellers Guide to Online Arbitrage, which will help you from the very beginning, learn how to maximize your time and help you make big profits when it comes to buying from online stores to sell on Amazon. Rebecca, tell us a little bit more about the course.
[0:25:55.3] REBECCA: All right, so the course is a four-hour plus set of video modules and it comes also with a 100-plus page e-book, that both have the same content and it leads you from the very beginning of learning how to look at an online website and find potential matches with the Amazon catalog. You’re looking for products that are available on an online website that you can match with items already in the Amazon catalog to resell for a profit. It walks you through how to find those matches, analyze them to make sure they’re a true match, how to set up buying criteria for yourself to know what is going to work best for your business model, what type of ROI you’re looking for and how to make those good buying decisions. It goes from that stage of the process, all the way to how to receive your inventory, that from those online stores, how to inspect it and prep it and send it off to the warehouse, whether you’re doing that, or whether you’re having it sent to a prep center for somebody else to do that.
Every aspect from beginning to end of running an OA business, from the point of finding and buying the inventory, to shipping it off to Amazon, all of that’s included in this course. The video modules, the book both contain the same content. If you’re more of a reading type learner, you can use the book. If you prefer to look at slideshows and screen capture walkthroughs and listen to the content being presented audibly, then you can use the video course. Or you can do a combination of both. They’re both great.
[0:27:33.7] STEPHEN: Yeah. In this episode, we’ve talked about some of the tools that you should be considering to use when it comes to online arbitrage and the course will go into even more tools and explain them and how they’re beneficial. We talked about a lot of things when it deals with outsourcing with online arbitrage. We started this episode talking about how much we love the fact that there’s so many things that we can outsource with online arbitrage, so we go deeper into that in the course.
The course is available for you for lifetime updates for free. It means anytime we update anything, chapters, videos, bonuses, you get all that for free. It’s a one-time purchase and it comes with a 60-day money-back guarantee, no questions asked. You don’t have to tell me why you want a refund. You just message me and you get your money back if you find that it’s not right for you.
This is an opportunity for you to grow your Amazon business, to take advantage of the millions of products that are online out there that you can look at and decide what you want to sell on Amazon to make a nice profit. If you go to fulltimefba.com/oacourse, you can get some more information about the course. If you want a coupon code to you take a little bit off that, if you go to fulltimefba.com/32 will have a coupon code on the show notes page. Coupon code is going to expire pretty soon, so be sure you take advantage of that very quickly, so that you can save some money and maybe use some of that money to go buy some stuff online to sell on Amazon.
[0:28:54.4] REBECCA: We’re so excited to be able to finally have this course available. We’ve been working on it since fall of 2019. We’ve been taking notes and organizing our thoughts on it from even longer before that and it’s just taken us a while to put it all together and get it just right. We’re just excited that it’s finally available.
[0:29:11.7] STEPHEN: Yeah, we’re excited to get it into your hands and for it to impact your Amazon business. Because in the world, the way it is today, online arbitrage is a skill that I think almost every Amazon seller needs to at least try. We are looking forward to teaching you the ropes on how to do it and how to be successful with online arbitrage.
Well, that’s it for today’s show. Next week, we’re going to be talking about the top 9 free tools for Amazon FBA resellers. One of the cool things about this is I bet there is one tool that I’m going to talk about that nobody has thought of using as an Amazon reseller. Well, maybe one person, because I thought about it. You know what? It’s a tool that you probably would never think about.
Anyway, I want to talk about those free tools next week on the podcast. We’ll break them down, how they are, where you can find them and again, they’re going to be free, so it’s going to be good. That’s it for today’s show. Thanks so much for hanging out with us and we’ll see you next week on The Full-Time FBA Show.
[0:30:07.9] REBECCA: Bye.
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