Product Research & Sourcing

3 Lessons Intermediate

About this course

What Product Would Sell Well At Amazon?

Everyone knows the importance of product research before committing to sell and build a business around it, especially if you're thinking of using the Amazon marketplaces. It is just intimidating, with a huge number of products and moreover, the number of competing sellers for the same or similar products inside Amazon.

Try "googling" it... According to FeedbackExpress, there are over 5 million marketplace sellers across all Amazon marketplaces. And they are selling almost 120 million products (stats from ScrapeHero). And some of these merchants have revenues in millions per month.

Just with this little information, some of the questions you might have are:

   -> how do you compete?
   -> what niche would be profitable?
   -> what product should I sell?

I had the same questions way back in 2014 when I started my own Amazon business.

Lucky for me, I joined a community of entrepreneurs where I learned some of what I am about to share with you. I also learned some of it from attending numerous events where successful Amazon sellers shared their knowledge on the way they approach product research, development, and sourcing.

I've extracted the 2 video lessons below from my coaching program on building your own e-commerce side business.

Course Structure

Subscribers Only

Advanced Amazon Product Research

The best place to do your research is, of course, within the Amazon marketplace itself.

Here's a simple, step-by-step guide to find the products that are in high demand and profitable.

Subscribers Only

Advanced Product Sourcing

You don't need to manufacture your own products... who's got time for that?

If you're just looking for a side business that can grow and scale as your e-commerce skills develop, use my guide in looking for manufacturers who will work with you for maximum profitability.

Subscribers Only

FREE 30 min Coaching Call

Do you have any questions you're not comfortable sharing publicly? Or maybe you're not 100% satisfied with the answer you received?

Schedule your free coaching call now.