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If you want to build a profitableand consistenteBay business, you need to start with strategic product sourcing. What to Sell on eBay and Where to Get It reveals the same techniques used by the most successful e-commerce entrepreneurs and by major retail chains to determine what products will sell well and which suppliers will deliver those products for the best price.
Learn to generate product ideas, research your markets, diversify your product line, and build a direct supply of inventory. Using the proven strategies in this book, you’ll be able to find the products that will fuel your business for the long term and skyrocket your sales!
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About the Author
Chris Malta is founder and CEO of Worldwide Brands, Inc., an eBay Certified Solutions Provider helping online sellers find legitimate wholesale suppliers. He hosts Entrepreneur magazine’s "eBiz Radio Show" and is Product Sourcing Editor for eBay Radio.
Lisa Suttora is founder and CEO of What Do I Sell.com, an eBay Certified Service Provider that specializes in teaching retail entrepreneurs how to find the products buyers want most. She is a Contributing Editor to Entrepreneur magazine’s "Product Sourcing Radio Show" and "eBiz Radio Show" and has been a featured speaker on the eBay Live Product Sourcing Panel.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book is extremely vague and repeats itself a lot without giving much actual info on where to get products. If you are expecting a book with a list of wholesalers or specifics of any sort, don't waste your money. Basically you are still left to try to find real wholesalers yourself. Personally, if trying to find the wholesalers myself had been successful, I wouldn't have been interested in the book to start with. On the other hand, if what you want is a book that will teach you how to decide what you are going to sell, this might be fore you. Chapter 13 'Finding Real Wholesalers' is only 8 1/2 pages long, and of that only 3/4 of one page is actually giving you information on the wholesalers. And what information does it have you may ask? 'So there it is folks. That's all you have to do. Ask the manufacturer of the products you want to sell who their authorized wholesalers are.' I hope I just saved you 20 bucks.
The authors recommend that you contact manufacturers directly in order to find wholesale distributers. They give 20 or so ideas for deciding who to contact. Some of the ideas are obviously better than others. But when you add in the basic princples for starting a business, it's a fairly helpful book.