Do you like to save money? Probably a silly question, so let me just share with you the steps I followed to save $150 this month:
1. Amazon charges $0.20 a unit to label, not bad, but when I’m sending 1000 units that $200 can easily go to shipping. So I purchased labels from China at $0.02 a label.
2. Instead of shipping to me (the labels) I had it shipped to my manufacture who agreed to apply each label for $0.03 a unit.
3. In total it cost me $0.05 to have one of my manufacture label my products…now some will do this free. This particular manufacture provides me several variations and I didn’t need a regular UPC bar code, but the FNSKU label, so I was asking for a bit more, though some manufactures may still do this at no charge.
I found the label maker on Alibaba and there are tons of them! You can adapt my method to apply to your packaging too…or stickers. Get creative and get saving!
Below you’ll find a free video course that is my absolute pleasure to supply to you. Keep in mind 3 things…one, feedback (as in comments) is greatly appreciated, so drop me a line below. Secondly, this course is free, however I am accepting three dollar donations for beer, you’ll find it at the bottom of videos. Donate if you wish, but no hard feelings if you don’t. Lastly, this is not an all-in-one resource. You’ll want to continue your education using various resources. With that being said, enjoy the following videos made with love!
Everyone likes to ask me questions regarding private labeling and Amazon, but a few get asked more than others, the big one being, “How do I research a product to sale?”
Well there are tons of ways to do it and you’ll hear a lot of people do it differently, so don’t think one way is the right way. Below I want to show you how I’m using a Google Chrome extension called Jungle Scout to help me quickly and effectively evaluate a product I’m interested in. Enjoy and don’t forget to comment…even if it’s to say “Hi.” 🙂
Find Jungle Scout at http://www.junglescout.com/ (Not an affiliate link)