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Forex/Day trading is another form of a business that anyone can pursue, although it is a very different business model than what most people are use to. Just like a business, with trading you have to have a goal in mind to what you want to reach financially. With that goal in mind, you have to come up with a plan. With that being said, you also have to keep in mind that there will be losses. Recovering from a bad loss is possible, especially with the next few tips that we'll be sharing with you.
1. Take a breather. Avoid jumping into a new position to "make up for it".
Jumping into another trade or position after a bad loss is something you should never do. This could potentially cause more losses and could blow your entire trade account if you keep jumping just to make up the loss. This is called trading based on emotions which is how 80% + new traders lose money. Take a breather, stop trading for a bit or even the day. Take the time to clear your mind and...
Have you hit a road block and you're not quite sure what to do to increase Amazon sales? Well, you're in luck! We're here to share 6 tips to increase Amazon sales. These tips can be implemented whether the product is new listing or an old listing. Now, let's get into it!
1. Optimize Your Title
Using keywords is a great way to optimize your title on Amazon. It's one of the most important ways to improve your products findability. When you're optimizing your title on Amazon, you should first start with the most elementary information such as brand, product description, product line, material, colour, size, quantity, etc. This method is also extremely useful when you're creating a listing from scratch when you're dropshipping your own items via private label, or unbranded products.
2. Pile on the Feedback
Let the feedback come naturally overtime because it's better to not get hung up on it or force reviews. Although, you can request a review on the orders...
Welcome back to another eCommerce battle. This round is private label vs. wholesale on Amazon. You don't necessarily need to do one over the other, you can actually do both if you want. However, if you want to stick with one then keep on reading to help you make an informed decision on which you'd like to do.
As an FYI, regardless of the private label vs. wholesale on Amazon, you CAN dropship doing either or both.
So what exactly is private label? Private label is using a manufacturer's or third-party sellers generic products but re-marketing under your business/retail name with your packaging and logo. Private label is a super profitable business model when done properly, the unfortunate reality is that for most people, it's costly. How is it costly? Most private label sellers use amazon FBA and buy upfront - and follow YouTube videos where you’re told to spend money on ads for every single product.
Amazon private label dropshipping is a super profitable business model when done properly, the unfortunate reality is that for most people, it's costly. Most private label sellers use amazon FBA and buy upfront, which is something you can do AFTER proving the products validity.
Doing your OWN listings - original content from you as a seller is the best and easiest way to AVOID any IP or inauthentic claims selling on Amazon. We have been doing this for several years now. MARGINS are bigger, the process is more FUN and it keeps you safe!
It does take longer to build a store this way, but the end result and long-term results are SO WORTH the efforts it's insane. Imagine having PROFITS 2x - 3x that of your typical dropship competitor - all fighting for the buy box with each other like a hawk looking for a mouse in a field. Avoid all that BS and get straight to FAT profits, without having to do FBA.
Another week, another battle between Amazon vs. Shopify. Both are really great platforms to start your eCommerce business. But which platform is best to start with? Personally, we believe Amazon is the best platform to start with, especially when you're new to the eCommerce business world. Here's some great information on each platform, and towards the end you'll know exactly why we choose Amazon as your first stop.
Selling on Amazon is the best eCommerce platform to use hands down. Amazon has 100s of millions of customers. It’s the largest platform to date and has a relatively small learning curve with how we teach it. You don't need a niche or focus only on 1 product - this is limited thinking. You should sell in 1-2+ Major categories. You can sell thousands of products already ranked and selling on Amazon, which makes scaling your business much more simple. You can build a brand with Amazon and focus not only scaling the business quick, but scaling a long...
Real estate is another avenue to receive revenue from. Real estate for newbies is a great video that goes over the few different methods and models such as wholesale real estate, multi-unit rental properties, buying and holding, and fixing and flipping.
Buying and holding is the worst way to turn a profit. This method is a long term process to make a profit and there's a lot of different variables, which Kevin eloquently explains. This is not a great way for any real estate newbies.
Multi-unit rental properties is one of the best ways to turn a profit. This is in terms of residential multi-units. Kevin suggests that when you are doing multi-unit rental properties that you should do a quadplex or a small apartment building (8-12 units) because there's a lot of power when it comes to renting one single rental unit because of the passive income.
Fixing and flipping is another great way to turn a profit, but takes a bit more effort. You would need to put a...
There are many ways of selling products on Amazon's platform using the dropshipping methodology or FBA. As a seller you can piggyback, create original listings or private label. What is private label you might ask? Amazon private label is using a manufacturer's generic products but remarketing under your business/retail name with your packaging and logo. It's a super profitable business model when done properly, the unfortunate reality is that for most people, it's costly. Most private label sellers use amazon FBA and buy upfront - and follow YouTube videos where you’re told to spend money on ads for every single product. When done properly, you can do it without spending much on ads, but not many people teach this - we do!
Now, before you start with private label, there are a few things to consider. You decided to take the Amazon private label route, now what should you do? First you need to do your research on the product that you would...
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is one of the most popular ways of online marketing, and you can use it on Amazon too. SEO helps your products to show up on the first page of Amazon organically, over time and after being ranked. Needless to say, that it will boost your sales ranking.
The best way to use SEO on Amazon is finding keywords using the predictive search bar and cross-referencing it on a keyword tool such as MerchantWords and using the best keyword in the beginning of your title, and throughout the listing. Having multiple keywords throughout your bullet points and description is also a great asset. Amazon isn't the only one who ranks your item- search engines will also like your product listing if it is well crafted and full of easy SEO content.
Using keywords for SEO on Amazon is one of the most important ways to improve your products findability. When you're filling keywords for SEO on Amazon, you should first start with the most elementary information...
Amazon is an awesome eCommerce platform to start a business whether you are a beginner or experienced. Best way to sell on Amazon is via dropshipping which is less capital intensive than FBA. Did you know that there are 2 ways to sell on Amazon? The 2 ways are listing branded products or unbranded products. Some have preferences on what they want to do or they do a mixture of both. Personally, we do both.
List and sell branded products that are already selling and ranked by Amazon. With the right suppliers, this is the simplest way to list as well as grow a substantial business. However, with the levels of competition, profit margins are usually a bit smaller but it is still the fastest way to scale an Amazon business and it is still very profitable. The great thing about selling branded products is that you do not need to run ads or PPC because it is an item that's been ranked and selling - it essentially cuts some of the work out for you.
Need some tips and tricks to increase sales on your Amazon store? Or maybe you need some advice before you start listing your items. Here are four Amazon selling tricks you can change or implement on your existing or future product listings.
1. OPTIMIZE PRODUCT DETAILS FOR SEARCH
Just having a generic and most basic details about the product you are selling is not enticing to potential customers. You cannot sell a customer your product with generic and basic details, especially when they cannot hold and feel the product. The customer can only view it online. This is why optimizing your product details is crucial. Having an in-depth product detail will not only help sell the product to the customer, but they will have a better understanding. It is almost equivalent to asking a sales rep at a store about the details of the product they want to purchase.
2. USING COMPETITIVE PRICING
A great pricing strategy that you should be implementing in your business(es). This...