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Dyrsmid G. Dyrsmid is a industrial businessman (he bought his first business for $1.2M in 2008) who really enjoys e-commerce - especially with the Amazon wholesaling mode. Just ask him and he will tell you that the main thing he really enjoys about the wholesaling is that, unlike privately labelled products, the wholesaling business is extremely low risky.
During the first 5 moths at Amazon, his sales have grown from zero to over $100,000 per month, and in this online seminar, he will step-by-step introduce you to his accurate procurement models. One thing that makes his history particularly special is that in less than 12 moths he has released himself from his Amazon store and turned it into a totally passively run store that is run daily by his staff (he still uses about an hours a week).
In order to help you better grasp Trent's Amazon track record, he also sent the following note in which he explained how he was about to give up Amazon just before things got going. Here- IS Traent DYRSMID'S LETTER: In April 2016 several of my boyfriends told me that I had to try this "Amazon thing".
They had both tried to persuade me for a few month, and after seeing how well both of them were doing, I eventually accepted to try. Since I didn't know that there was more than one way to do business at Amazon, I just chose to do what they were doing and try to try to do business at Amazon with my own branding.
If you don't know what privat labels are, it's like this: you spend countless long tedious researching products, selecting a good one, contacting Chinese plants, ordering patterns, selecting a plant, placing an order for a few thousand dollar value item, and then giving away most of it in the hope that you'll get enough street cred to finally make a living.
It' s enough to say that with privat labels there is a lot of room for mistakes.... and I made just about every mistake you could make. On my case, after 4 full hours, I sold $10-20K per month...but...I didn't earn a cent in profits and I was willing to give up outright.
That'?s when I found out about wholesaling! We had a $6M Amazon store and instead of pursuing the privately labeled model, Dan killed it with the wholesaler model. Only five moths later our turnover was over $100,000 a year and we never look back. In contrast to your own brand, you don't try to bring "new" goods to the market with wholesalers.
Instead, just use sophisticated softwares to find items that are already sold like hot cakes (such as Junglescout and Product Discovery by Viral Launch) and then get in touch with the U.S.-based manufacturer and ask for a bulk order to sell at Amazon. Here is what I like so much about wholesale:
Would you like to set up your own Amazon shop? By 2017, Amazon was selling about $180 billion of products and about half of them were from third parties like me. Amazon's overall revenue is growing every year, so there's lots of room each year for more third parties to get into the deal - and I'll show you how to get going.
Join me at the online seminar and I pledge that I will deliver very unique, viable strategies that you can use immediately to quickly grow your revenues and profit.