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“The Easiest Way to Find Low-Cost Products to Sell on your own online store” Presented By amro Tips on Dealing With Wholesale Suppliers As a Sole Trader

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Best Wholesale Deals Online Benefit of Buying Wholesale and Starting Your Own Business Whether you have already got a business or you would like to start a business of your own, you can benefit by buying products or supplies that are required through real online dropshippers and wholesalers. Purchasing wholesale is a good idea, and wholesalers have much to supply to various businesses today. It is important that you understand what a wholesaler essentially is, the advantages when purchasing wholesale, and how it's possible for you to kick off your own business with wholesale products. First of all, you could be considering what a wholesaler is. Fundamentally they seem to be a company that acts as a person between the manufacturer and you. Wholesalers have great amounts of stock and this enables them to charge you prices that are low for the products you need. You may wish to purchase reasonably big quantities if you need to get the best good prices. Going with wholesale products from wholesalers is a good way to get a deal, particularly if you're not already dealing at once with a manufacturer. One of the main benefits that you may enjoy when buying products wholesale is that you are going to be in a position to save quite a lot of money. Most of the time you will get a better price when buying from wholesalers. The more goods that you get, the better the price will be for you. However, even if you're a smaller business just getting started,

you can still save by buying your products through real wholesalers. Buying wholesale lets you purchase bigger amounts of items also and when you get more items, you will find that you get a much better deal on them. some corporations can have a minimum amount that you've got to purchase to get the hottest deal. Buying large amounts of products can be of benefit to you and to the wholesaler also. So, if you would like to find the best wholesale deals, buying big quantities will help you in finding them. Although you are already saving when you purchase products and supplies wholesale, you'll be in a position to save even extra money. How? Well, you can ask for a better discount. If you become a good buyers with a wholesaler and you buy a few products from them, by asking they might be prepared to offer you an ever better deal, so it is worth a try. Another great benefit of purchasing wholesale is that it's a superb way to help you kick off your own business. It can make start up costs lower for you, which could be an enormous help when you are making an attempt to get your business off the ground. You can even need to start up a business that centers around selling the wholesale products that you buy to earn profits. It is certainly easy to see that there are several wonderful advantages to using wholesalers and finding the best wholesale deals. You are able to save money, get large amounts of products, and even launch your own business. So, whether you own a business already or you would like to start one of your own, going with wholesale products is a brilliant concept that you're going to wish to use.

Talking of businesses, if you're considering starting a business to try to earn some additional revenue to have better economic security, you may wish to think about getting concerned in wholesale products. Finding great wholesale deals will help you simply start up a business of your own and achieve success at it. If you'd like to go into business on your own, one superb way to start is to investigate wholesale stock and purchase it for low costs, then selling it through a selection of different outlets for money. It is straightforward to purchase excellent products at wholesale costs and then sell them to others to earn profits on sites like eBay. Even if you have never had your own business before, starting a business using wholesale products is straightforward for any one. Simply find wonderful deals on wholesale products and sell them to turn a profit and you will be on the way to having the additional earnings that you have been desiring. If you do plan on getting into this kind of business, potentially one of the finest sites which will help you is eBay. You will be able to find great wholesale deals on the site and you may also sell your products their too. So, if you're attempting to find a satisfying home business you can run yourself which will be rewarding and lucrative, it is time to consider selling wholesale products. If you find the best wholesale deals, you will be able to make a pleasant profit. This is a business opportunity which has significant profit margins, flexibility, and it is low-risk. Hazel A. Danials is an eBay Powerseller. She is also a mother of two and used to work 12 hours daily till she decided to start her own online business. Find out how you too can create a full time income online, bringing in over $100,000 every month in sales!

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Dropshipping Wholesale - Are You Building Your Business Upon These 8 Critical Elements? Dropshipping is a process of selling products without having to stock or store any items. Dropshipping is very easy way to get started online especially for the first timer looking to take that leap and start their own business. Dropshipping is a very popular method of selling products online. Believe it or not dropshipping is a good business if you do it right. In the USA, dropshipping is a MASSIVE business. Dropshipping is a very popular phenomena in the USA and is very quickly spreading in other regions of the world. The starting place for the majority of dropshippers is the eBay auction site. This is how they advertise the products for the companies and the companies do the shipping. Dropshipping is a wonderful way to start a home based or small wholesale business. Actually, dropshipping is based on exactly the idea that you do not have enough money to start a traditional, full-sized company. It is great for the companies that wish to keep their branding and very profitable for their partners that promote their products. The way they do dropshipping is they charge you their wholesale prices (50% off most items) and then they ship directly to your

customer. Dropshipping is the biggest boom business going and sales are now hitting $400 billion a year. The convenience of using dropshipping is there is no middle man, your order comes direct from the company. One of the biggest benefits of dropshipping is that you don't ever have to handle the merchandise. Dropshipping is a unique marketing method that allows you to sell by mail or online without carrying one single book in your inventory. Just like in any business, there are risks involved when it comes to dropshipping. However to really generate any money, you had better strive to search for your products at a sale cost. Whether you promote products on eBay, Amazon Stores or your own website, The easiest way to make money with these products is to learn to sell on eBay. Dropshipping is a great way to start an eBay or online business IF you do your homework, take your time, and investigate all the options available to you. If you're looking to develop your own eBay selling business without investment in stock, dropshipping is the way for you. "8 Tips to Become Successful in Dropshipping" 1) Make sure the dropshipping company doesn't have any complaints against them.

2) Ask the dropshipping company if they supply tracking numbers for the products and the time it takes for them to ship the item. 3) Let your customers know that they will be receiving the item from the supplier and that they dropship for you. 4) Communicate with your customers anytime a problem may occur. 5) Do business with more than 1 dropshipper. 6) Consider ordering a few test products from the dropshipper before you begin business, to be sure of their reliability and accuracy in filling orders. 7) You should be able to get the products at a low price and sell the products for a profit. 8) Start with low orders to get comfortable with the dropshipping company and then build up to large orders. could be in business and taking your first orders by this time tomorrow. Anyone can start their own home business buying and selling goods. Start a home based business dropshipping on eBay or your own ecommerce website. If you are short on money and would like to start a profitable business, I would consider dropshipping the ideal place to start.

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Top 10 eBay Trading Assistant Drop Store Reality Checks Running an eBay consignment business can be complicated, time consuming, and nerve wracking... As a business, consignment selling on eBay is not the easy get rich quick scheme some would have you believe. While initially setting up an eBay consignment business may sound like a ticket to easy street...

Whats better than selling other peoples stuff and making a 40% commission from the sale? Having a retail store without owning inventory... When one gets right down to the facts, its not that simple... eBay consignment has its rewards and challenges, like any other business. The difference here is the dependence eBay consignment sellers have on outside influences. Outside factors have a great deal to do with how well an eBay consignment based business will prosper or if it will even survive. Some of those outside sources of influences are: eBay - eBay itself controls whether you have a business at all. If you make just three bad decisions, your account can be closed forever and

you will be shut down. Tough to be a eBay consignment business without eBay. Knowing the rules of eBay is sometimes just enough to stay out of trouble. But as we all have seen recently, eBay can change the rules at any given moment and these rules are interpreted by different eBay employees with differing view points at different times. One day you can be perfectly OK, the next day all 250 items you have listed this week can be removed without even an email warning. Be aware of the risks because the listing fees you lose will be your own. Local Government - Your local or State Governments can decide in a moment to come down on your operation for breaking rules you were not breaking the day before. (SEE PENSYLVANIA) Customers - Your first customers - the sellers, are your life blood, without them you have nothing to sell. They all want you to work for minimum wage and they have a hard time understanding why you need to "charge so much". Customers can also lead you into peril with outside factor number 1 - eBay, if just one customer places a shill bid, or gives you stolen merchandise to sell... can lead to trouble your business can not withstand and you did not deserve. Expenses - You are not really running a store without inventory, your landlord knows that and so does you're insurance agent. You are operating what the insurance companies want to classify as a Pawn Shop. When insurance company underwriters see the code for "Pawn Shop", whatever that code may be, on the agents form for your quote... they immediately think guns, and robbery and all kinds of unsavory situations involved with bailee insurance coverage. They quote high

rates, if they return a quote for coverage at all... and you end up paying much more than a simple retail store would for a similar exposure. Other expenses including eBay fees, PayPal fees and Software expenses sometime become a reality no one at the franchise office or eBay warned you about.

Hours - If you thought eBay consignment was a 9-5 type of job for a store owner, well you may have been mislead. Running an eBay consignment or drop store will take a great deal of time. Each item you accept through your doors must be handled and processed in multiple steps both in intake and when processing for shipment. Plan on each item taking up at least one hour of employee or owner time, start to

finish, if your lucky. Multiply that by the 250 - 400 items you should be trying to process per week and you get the picture. Lower the number of items processed by raising the bar on what you accept is one option... but then you reduce your overall numbers and raise the amount of time each higher priced item will demand of your man-hour pool. (Higher priced items get more questions, demand better photos and need more careful handling and packaging). eBay Sellers & Buyers - As a consignment seller it is necessary to include numerous disclaimers in your listing details sections on your eBay auctions detailing the facts . i.e. "This is not a new item, there is no warranty, we only take returns if we did not describe it correctly, you will pay shipping for returns etc"... All of these necessary protections are reasonable from your point of view as a consignment seller. They are not reasonable from the point of view of most buyers on eBay. If the eBay buyer smells a possible problem, they bolt and do not bid. Your standard disclaimers hurt your chances to sell your items. It is a catch 22. Buyers are your second set of customers for each item you list and hopefully sell. This second set of customers, the buyers, are very inquisitive and they demand to know certain facts about certain items you have listed for sale. Some of these questions may be difficult to answer. This in turn causes you to either fake an answer, ignore the question from the buyer, or to forward the question to your seller. Your first customer the seller may answer in a less than honest manner to get the item sold. All of these questions and answers take time and in the case of incorrect answers returning from your seller customer, can

put you in a bind with the buyer customer. - In the end you are in the middle serving two customers for each item sold. Unsold Items - It is a fact that not every item will sell on eBay. Some items will not sell, no matter how much you lower the price. If you run these items as auctions on eBay too many times for your first customer the seller the eBay listing fees will build up to unacceptable amounts. Even if you charge an up front fee, the eBay fees are lost money if an item does not sell. To make money on each item brought through your door just from a man-power and eBay listing fee perspective, you would need to charge an upfront fee to your first customer - the seller of $25 or more. (Consider labor, electricity, lease payment, insurance costs, etc etc...). We all know mechanics charge $35 to just estimate the repair on a car, but when it comes to eBay consignment it is very difficult to get reimbursed from your first customer - the seller what you have spent for your time. Employees - Do you need employees? Yes, you do... One person can not process the amount of product necessary to meet the monthly overhead of a full eBay drop store operation. Three full time people is the usual minimum used for successful operations. (By successful I mean meeting the overhead and paying the landlord). So, why are employees an outside source of influence over your business? Most business owners know why, but in this instance the reasoning can be a bit different. Finding good employees, who understand the intricacies of this business is the first challenge, keeping them is the second. After those challenges are met, your next hurdle includes trusting other

people to handle and describe , merchandise you do not own. If a description is incorrect or the right keywords are not selected for the title of the item on eBay, you can lose money for yourself and your first customer the seller. As the owner of the business your job is to bring in sales and handle marketing. You must depend upon your employees for your product presentation (eBay description). Unless you plan on describing every item yourself... You should have good employees. Good employees with computer skills, customer service skills, no criminal record etc... are not inexpensive, nor are they easy to find and keep. Offer those employees incentives in the form of commissions on sales and you will open up a whole new can of worms. Shill Bidding Your employees can not have any incentive to bid on your consignment items themselves. If they do it, you will lose... possibly your entire business. Be very wary of offering commissions on sales.

Limited Venue - eBay... Yes eBay... Everyone I know is painfully aware of the fact that I sing the praises of eBay every chance I get... I fully and completely believe, as a marketplace eBay is unmatched, but it is just one marketplace. Placing your entire business plan and future

prosperity in the hands of just one provider or one outlet to sell your consigned items... is a very risky proposition. I think the events of the past week have proven this to be true (See REDOL). eBay changes the rules, when they want to. They have not a care about the investment you have made in your business. When you set up an eBay consignment store or TA business, your banking on the fact that eBay will be there with you 100% and will not change the rules or raise the fees, or eliminate your ability to offer your services (as in the case of eBay Motors recently) to the public. Almost every successful Internet business today sells in many "channels" or on multiple venues. Stand alone eCommerce websites, Amazon, Yahoo,, Overstock, even Craig's List. eBay is not the only game in town any longer. As an eBay consignment seller, especially if tied to a franchise, you are pretty much locked into one solution or venue to sell your wares. This is a choice no savvy marketer would make in good conscience, not if long term stability and profitability were in his/her goals. Progress - Read the tea leaves... eBay is changing and morphing into a new and some think a better place. eBay is too large and has too many high dollar, high profile new merchandise sellers to remain a place where used Pez dispensers can be sold at a profit. Repeatable inventory sales is the future... or actually the now of eBay. No consignment seller will have repeatable merchandise to compete with the big sellers on eBay. When you list a used item for your customer -( the seller) and learn that a brand new item or one very similar, can be purchased for pennies more than what you know your customer should

receive for his nearly new item... you know the game is up. eBay has become the land of mass merchandising. Used item auctions will remain as the core of eBay but the role of auctions will continue to diminish over time. See the recent quotes by new eBay CEO John Donahoe. In addition as people become more Internet savvy and sell their own items on Craigslist or Kijji for free the demand for eBay professionals to provide this service will be diminished. Progress is inevitable, when the eBay consignment industry was born most of our consignment customers did not know how to turn on a computer or surf the web. Now it is estimated high speed Internet connections will be available in 70% of US homes in the next few years. Grandmothers are selling on eBay and kids are inventing new and interesting worlds online like Second Life or Club Penguin. If you don't know what those last two places are, you are no longer an Internet savvy pioneer and have become one of the old school Internet professionals. Kinda feel like a blacksmith? What to do? If you are contemplating opening an stand alone eBay consignment drop store, one which sells nothing but merchandise brought through the door by consignment customers... Please study your numbers, your costs, your soul... before dedicating any of your own assets to this type of venture. As a former franchise representative for an eBay drop store chain, I can tell you the numbers were not looking good

nationwide back in 2006. This is 2008 and many of the market factors limiting the profitable outlook for a stand alone eBay drop stores have only become more competitive. If you are thinking about adding eBay sales and eBay consignment in a limited fashion to your pre-existing business... Great idea! Just be aware of the consignment challenges and be sure to include selling other new and repeatable merchandise in your eBay business plan. eBay selling and an eBay Stores website can be a huge benefit for any retail or wholesale operation needing a boost in exposure, sales, and eCommerce revenue. Using consignment to boost your existing revenue or offer a trade in program for your regular customers is a great way to increase overall business. This is what we do for our clients at All Business Auctions and I can tell you it works. There is no better and less expensive way to get your brand and your products in front or more buyers worldwide. As long as your outlook is focused on the advertising and exposure benefits and possibly the service to existing customers aspects, you will find an eBay program to be very rewarding for your business. If your currently a eBay drop store franchisee or owner... Look for ways to move your business into other markets. Most franchises are trying to offer import good from the far east as a way to placate their franchisees who are not generating the revenue originally projected for the eBay drop store consignment business. I think these measures are someone foolhardy. Yes, every eBay drop store owner

could profit by selling repeatable merchandise. The merchandise offered by the franchises does not seem to be repeatable however. (small lots of no-name brand second run merchandise). Be careful about what types of merchandise you import or buy to supplement your store sales. You do not want to end up owning a container full of widgets which also can not be sold. Some drop stores have begun to sell pallet loads of returned electronics and other merchandise bought from brokers. This is a difficult way to add to your bottom line. The high rate of returns inherent with this kind of already returned merchandise will do nothing for your feedback rating or your labor costs. Bottom line for current drop store owners is... look for a way out. If your store is just on the edge of profitability or it has never reached profitability then you should be looking for better ways to make your money work for you. You can do what I have done with All Business Auctions and move your business from a consignment only model to that of a business to business service provider. Become what you are in your community an eBay and eCommerce expert. Use the knowledge you have gained during this time of eBay growth and decline of eBay consignment to further your goals in business. Business to business coaching and consulting is one of the most lucrative professions in the world. If set up and trained correctly you can make enough money in one afternoon of consulting to cover the overhead of your store for a month. How many businesses in your community would be interested

in learning about how to sell product on eBay without having to pay you a commission on each item sold? What if you could set them up with the software, the eBay store design and the tools necessary and then be there for them as a paid consultant to help them get online and selling smoothly and efficiently? Could you sell your local chamber members on a service like that?

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Running Your Own Amazon Business From Home Long before the internet, retail was well established as one of the most competitive









entrepreneurs the ability to launch their business with more ease, but it can still be difficult to find a foothold. Even though there are tens of thousands of retail websites online, a few major brands continue to dominate, much like traditional high street retail. By some distance, Amazon is the largest online retailer of all. The simple truth is that very few companies will ever be able to compete with Amazon. So why bother? The best thing that you can do if you want to start an online retail business from home is to get involved with the Amazon brand and turn it to your advantage. Read on to learn the basics of getting up and running with your own Amazon business. You'll find out that by treating Amazon as an ally, not a rival, you too can start earning a great living from home. Why Start An Amazon Business? Understanding how you should sell products in the retail environment means understanding what customers look for when they buy them. Of course, every customer looks for the highest quality products at the lowest possible prices. If you can offer something truly innovative, or

enter an existing sector with lower prices, you can certainly attract a large amount of interest in your business. But this interest is only worthwhile if it turns into revenue. Unfortunately, this means a big leap of confidence for your visitors. Online security is better than ever, but retail trust is about far more than stolen credit cards. In fact, it can take years for potential customers to learn that you offer good products, you package them well, you dispatch them on time and you follow up with great customer service.

Amazon is the biggest online retailer because it is a brand that customers trust. If you're selling on Amazon, they'll trust you too. How Does Selling On Amazon Work? First, you need to sign up for a seller account with Amazon. There are two types of account available. The standard Basic Seller Account is free, and offered to those retailers that sell less than 35 items a month. Products can be listed in up to 20 different categories, and you will simply pay a fee for each product sold. A significant limitation, though, is that you can only sell products that are already for sale on Amazon. As your business grows, you may want to upgrade to a Pro Seller Account. This type of account is charged at ÂŁ25 per month, but

includes the ability to create new products, and sell them across up to 25 different categories. For more information on the types of account available, visit What Can You Sell On Amazon? As with any retail business, the first step in successful Amazon selling is deciding on your products. Amazon now has categories for just about anything. Generally, you have three types of products that you can sell on Amazon - which one is right for you?

Products That You Make - If you have a great product idea, or even just a talent for creating new things, your products could fill a niche on Amazon. With little or no competition, these kinds of products are potentially lucrative - but it's incredibly difficult to be original! Products From Wholesalers - The traditional retail business model, you could source products from wholesalers or manufacturers and sell them with a mark-up on Amazon. But beware - having stock shipped to your home address usually means buying high volumes of stock in advance! If you plan to use this method, consider drop shipping, where stock is dispatched directly from the wholesaler. Used Goods - From second-hand books to DVDs, many sellers earn a living from reselling used goods. When a customer searches Amazon for a product, they will see your more affordable used version.

The best kind of product for you will depend on your talents, your goals, and the kind of products that you have access too. It's great advice to simply make a choice - spend less time considering your first products and more time working on promoting your Amazon business. One Amazon seller, Tedric P, did exactly this. He started out by selling video games and consoles that he would buy from high street retailers that were shutting down their stores. Now, his products cover numerous categories and he is earning 30% more than he was in his full-time job! Choose Your Preferred Order Fulfilment Method When you have selected your products, it is time to think about how you will get these products to your customers. Never rush head-first into selling without getting a clear idea of how the entire process will work. When you start selling on Amazon, you have a range of options for fulfilment. Each has its own advantages and your choice will depend on the kind of products you are selling. First, you can keep your business in-house and send out products yourself. This adds to your own workload, but in the early days of your work-from-home business is usually the best method. Another great advantage of keeping distribution in-house is that you can retain control of your orders, reduce your costs, and even include promotional materials with your packages.

Alternatively, you could partner with Amazon to have them dispatch orders on your behalf. Fulfilment By Amazon, or FBA, is a service provided by the company that is designed to reduce your workload and improve the experience of customers. If you sign up for FBA, you will be asked to send your inventory of stock to Amazon, who will store it for you. Then, when an order is placed, Amazon take care of sending your products - customers can even combine your products with the rest of their Amazon order, or use services such as Amazon Prime for fast shipping.

Finally, you may be able to reach an agreement with your wholesaler or manufacturer if you have one. Using a process called drop shipping, you can concentrate your attention on promoting products and

delivering great customer service. All you need to do is notify the wholesaler or manufacturer when an order has been placed, and they will take care of sending it on your behalf. A drop shipping agreement is also a great way to secure arrangements with wholesalers without buying large quantities of stock in advance. How To Make Your Amazon Business A Success Starting your Amazon retail business is easy. Making it successful is not! As with any retail venture, promotion is everything. Amazon includes a number of features to help you promote your products, but there is a lot that you will need to do for yourself. Here are three tips to get you started: 1. Consider How You Write Product Listings A product description is a difficult thing to write. It must convey useful information while persuading, enticing and attracting your potential customers. As you write, ask yourself what your customers would want to know, and how the product can help them. Does it make them look great? Does it save them time? Write benefits-driven product listings that persuade customers to take action. 2. Encourage Activity Around Your Listings Take a look at any product available on Amazon and you will see product ratings and reviews. These are vital assets for your work-fromhome business.

Ideally, your products will be so good, and your service so amazing, that customers will naturally flock to Amazon to leave a message. But don't rely on that - always be proactive. You could email your existing customers to ask for their reviews. You could offer freebies to established bloggers within your sector to encourage them to link to your product and review it. You could even get your friends and family to post reviews themselves. Every review lends credibility to your listing but, more importantly, can lead you to the holy grail of Amazon - The Buy Box. 3. Get In The Buy Box The real results from Amazon selling come from getting yourself into the Buy Box. This is a complex, almost impossible task, but one that you should always strive for.

The Amazon Buy Box is the big 'Add To Cart' button that appears on the right hand side of every product listing. For the average user, it is the only place that they will click when they decide that they are ready

to buy. If you sell a product that Amazon themselves offer, they will always remain in the Buy Box. But if you don't, you should work hard to get yourself there. Amazon uses a complex algorithm to decide which companies are in the Buy Box, and the details of this have never been revealed. Essentially, there is only one trick - to be the best retailer possible. Give great service. Send shipments instantly. Use Fulfilment By Amazon so that Amazon can be confident that products will be dispatched correctly. Reduce your prices and be the most competitive seller on the site. By doing all of these things, there is a chance that you could find yourself in this lucrative and in-demand position. The Secret Of Online Retail With Amazon All too often, people venture online to find out big secrets about their chosen work-at-home profession. The reality is, though, that there is only one thing that you need to do to create a successful Amazon retail business: do everything that you would do if you opened a high street store. I opened this article by saying that high street retail was competitive. The internet is exactly the same, if not more competitive. So be discerning with your products, be proactive with your promotion and be unrivalled in your sector. If you can do all of those things, a successful Amazon business is just a matter of time.

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