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In this video blog, I go over the EASY WAY for bundling on Amazon, and without using FBA.
Keeping other sellers off your listings is important. But as a dropshipper, how do we do this? Building a brand of course.
And... Selling bundles with a small branded item of yours.
Amazon seems to like bundles, you'll see the 2 sales ranks on the products I highlighted in this video.
I sell about 40-60 bundle units a day using this exact method, and what I show in this video - dropshipping with originals, bundles and brand building. These methods accounts for about 80% of my Amazon sales (6-10k a day and growing).
Want to learn how to do this in depth and have someone coach you step by step?
Another great way to add bundled items is from Aliexpress and if you're selling in the US, you can use "US Ship From" on Aliexpress and they will ship in 1 week - not one month.
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Is Dropshipping risky or beneficial?
Dropshipping can help a seller to bypass upstream processes by delivering products straight to the customer by using a third party to ship products. By doing this a company does not have to retain the physical presence of product inventory as the product goes straight to a customer. Through this one can save enormous operating costs of the business as supply chain management (which has a lot of operating costs) because this becomes a third party's responsibility. There are many benefits and cons associated with this kind of a business model, and we will be looking at these today:
The main benefit behind this type of business model is the lower operating costs associated with doing business, and the sheer scalability. As the costs that are associated with supply chain and other upstream processes of doing a normal business are high, when these processes are outsourced to a third party, then the costs become...
The video above shows some examples of suppliers you can use for selling on eBay and Amazon, PLUS it shows how to use Aliexpress like no one else does. Very cool!
NOTE: *Retail dropshipping is risky and we don't suggest it. In our courses we teach brand building and wholesale dropshipping*
When first starting out on eBay or Amazon, for some, it's difficult to grasp the concept of dropshipping, while for others, it comes so naturally it's like they were made to do this. If you're the former of the two, don't sweat it. You think everyone mastered their craft the first day they attempted it? No way. You have to learn as you go, and you'll do great. Think of this as the first step - learning about the business and how it works.
First of all, dropshipping is a business model that allows online entrepreneurs to sell products to their customers without ever actually having an inventory of the items or stocking the items themselves. It’s said to be the easiest way to make...
This is one of the most common questions I get asked by new sellers. When you're thinking of anything under the sun, it can get overwhelming. Instead of having the mindset that you can sell anything in existence, think about common things you can find on eBay or Amazon. From there, I'm going to break it down even further for you - into some popular categories you can focus on, including what works and what doesn't.
Some products are a breeze to sell, while some will create loads of customer service that YOU will have to deal with! It's important to figure this out as close to the beginning as possible, and I'm here to give you a jump start.
What CAN I Sell on eBay and Amazon?
The real answer is you can sell almost anything you want. From things like hanging wall art, extravagant bedding sets and raised outdoor pet beds to remote control cars, golf sets and chocolate-covered pretzels. And everything in between.
BUT the important thing to note is that not everything works....