Monthly Archives: May 2015

Using MerchantWords For Product Ideas

screenshotFor the longest time I was not using MerchantWords…never felt the need for it. I didn’t need to know the search volume of keywords to help validate a product idea, BUT I found the true hidden treasure in it’s ability to help me generate new product ideas. Below the video reveals the simple way I use MerchantWords to generate new product ideas.

Episode 11: What To Do During Lead Time Of Orders

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podcast coverGuess who’s done moving and on to recover from surgery? Meeeee, but I haven’t forgotten ya. Allow me to share with you what I do while I’m waiting for my order to be produced and shipped. In Episode 11 I share:

  • 4 Things I do to ensure a smooth launch shortly after my items arrive
  • How to evaluate ship with confidence using either my supplier or a forwarder
  • The way to write a product description that SELLS and gets viewers in the buying mood
  • What 2 items must be showcased in your description, period (hint: it works great with bullet points or the hyphen symbol)!
  • How to get reviews that are both within Amazon’s TOS and not morally “corrupt:
  • And more!!
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4 Things To Check-off Your List When Doing Product Research

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So today I bring you a video that details 4 things I do my best to never neglect when doing product research & below the video is an overview 🙂

1. Exploring the frequently bought together data Amazon so willingly gives

2. Expanding your search into brand and seller profiles to see what other hot sellers may be worth a look. What wise seller stops at just one hot product??

3. Searching the best sellers of subcategories can be a gold mine of information and potential winners….don’t limit yourself to the top 100 in the main category!

4. Jungle Scout is a Google add-on I’ve used for a few months now to not only validate potential products, but get ideas for similar products that hadn’t even crossed my mind. It’s certainly an asset to my research and you can learn more at http://junglescout.com

screenshotOkay so there you have it…my 4 pillars of product research and beyond. Hope it’s been of help. Comment below and don’t forget to share!

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Episode 10: Before You Get That $4K FBA Course

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I’ve gone MIA (missing in action) while moving, but I haven’t forgotten ya. Allow me to share with you my honest thoughts about Amazon and/or Amazon FBA courses, the cost, the value, and the success and failures. In Episode 10 I share:

  • How I failed with a $4k course
  • How to evaluate a course’s likelihood to help you succeed with your learning style
  • The way to evaluate support BEFORE purchasing the course
  • What I did to get a course I couldn’t afford in full
  • Why you DON’T need any course to succeed
  • And more!!
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