ecommerce

Ecommerce: Shopify, Amazon FBA, eBay, Retail Arbitrage, Dropshipping Kindle Edition is a great new and FREE eBook written by Matthew Scott and published by Amazon Services. It doesn’t take a computer guru to be successful with an online business anymore. With Shopify and the willingness to learn, almost anybody canContinue Reading

Wholesale Sources

The Level Collection provides quality leather products like leather wristbands, watchbands, leather cuffs, and black leather bracelets. World of Jewels manufactures fine jewelry in 14k, 18k white gold, yellow gold, and platinum. They specialize in semi-mounts for engagement rings, solitaire rings, wedding sets, bracelets, earrings, necklaces and pendants. The EnergyContinue Reading

Amazon

Marketplaces like Amazon have allowed millions to start a business with less than $500. As the world’s most trusted e-commerce, Amazon seems like the ideal place to start. So, what do you do when you want to start a company but have no inventory to sell? For many, dropshipping hasContinue Reading

This is a guest post by Marco Alvarez at InkFrog. These days, lots of sellers are operating on both major marketplaces—Amazon and eBay. Often, however, this can feel difficult to pull off. After all, there are only so many hours in the day. You’d like to keep selling on eBay,Continue Reading

new website - computer

It’s been over 10 years since I updated and revised my website, so I thought it was about time. NOTE: If you are still seeing the old site you will need to clear out your cache. So What’s New? New look and entirely redesigned New (and easier) navigation Breadcrumbs onContinue Reading

Special Offer

A few weeks ago I introduced you to a new Amazon training system called FBA Stars.  Several of you wrote to me that you were very interested but the cost was too high.  Well, I have some really good news.  I spoke with Vik, the course owner, this week andContinue Reading

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The State of California passed Proposition 65 in 1986 as a way to inform customers about hazardous chemicals in products they buy.  The law went into effect in 1988 and requires the State of California to publish a list of chemicals known to cause cancer or reproductive toxicity. The lawContinue Reading