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"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

02:22 min | 8 months ago

"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"Welcome back to amazing. Fbi this your host michel visi delighted to welcome back front of the same. Yana cricket from while not translations they help sell scale their businesses international felt with cross-border selling by specifically focusing on language translation. And pretty much anything to do with listings. And i think that's what the guys do so. Welcome back to the show. Hi big thing is much for having me again back on. So where are you coming to us from today. Today i'm sitting here in cold and very rainy belgrade's serbia southeast europe by the way. Thank you for explaining what belgrade's for american cousins. He possibly think he's in australia. It's very read of me but sometimes it's not irrational. People sometimes get a bit confused on. That's because you know when people ask me like our winters really cold in serbia. And then i'm like right. It's not siberia this regular question but it's it's fine. Yeah so the small joke felix siberia's several thousand miles away honesty further than new york right. So yeah that well that kind of brings us to the whole thing that we're going to discuss today which is awareness of international opportunities and actually that huge opportunities to sell internationally new. Were telling me about some of the things being done in a lot of the places coming up and particularly sweden wasn't a classic example of how not to do it so we got lots of things to discuss. Here tell me festival about the new marketplaces. What all the new opportunities that are coming up for the amazon sphere festival right. Well i would like to first start off with non european marketplaces. Because i know that a lot of us as i've just recently Spoken at this big conference in the only people were very interested about uae especially because unlike. Let's say singapore or some other countries in new marketplaces that aren't connected by historical reasons to english. British english a uae. It's you know you should use deadly american english on that marketplace. But what is very interesting. Is that Roughly around nine point eight million but the amazon blog. This amazon that. At from the souk marketplace which was the biggest marketplace over there so the domestic population is very used to buy things online..

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"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

04:49 min | 8 months ago

"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"Ladies and gentlemen boys and girls. This is amazing. Fbi i'm your host michel visi and today i'm delighted to walk about the show. Daisy sepulveda of my product model. A model prisoner. I believe is the word cheeses. But he he glamorizes. Installers is photos for e commerce and amazon including facebook these as well lots of e commerce platforms but days. Great to have you back on the show first of all. Thank you very much coming back for having me. So i'm looking for to a compensation we've had a long affair chattan just reflecting some of the entertaining styles that incident marketers adopt and this is very relevant i think to our themes of creating content in order to influence people and i guess the over arching theme of the two or three episode. We're gonna create his influence getting people to do stuff in our case probably by some widget from an online platform but the overall influence things instincts instincts. Everyone has an instant marketing particularly from california. It seems is to just say the would also and shout loudly. And of course this is that we discuss. That may be in two thousand and twenty. This is a bit of a tired strategy. So before we do that. If you indulge we are going to just introduce you in the traditional californian internet marketing style which is said to have you here. It's totally all him..

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"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

02:01 min | 11 months ago

"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"One of our the ECOMMERCE leader podcast episodes ecommerce lead is a podcast started recently in some twenty twenty with my friend and colleague Jason Miles who is sheriff is top one percents Saleh's ANATOMIES highest rated ECOMMERCE instructor with I believe over thirty thousand students of courses on ECOMMERCE. Oh, very knowledgeable lovely man very business. Think today we're going to think about talk about e commerce business systems and processes, and this one of those things that doesn't sound sexy but it is one of those things over time that if you'll find yourself over distracted and. An unreliable unsatisfactory business, you may well be at the point where you need to put processes in place that will then. Give you time saving would use a stress reducer teams stress if you have a team at also give more reliable outcomes as well. So what you GONNA learn in the following cost is, what is what matters the importance of having a prices to define your mission as well? So high level prices on the abstract level What the process for startups and how that's different from presses for existing businesses classic areas that creative types fall into it processes on how to avoid them that something I've had to learn as a creative type myself and the importance of who as opposed to how as well. So lots of great stuff discussed here I'm quite a high level because it's Not Massively detail oriented Butts I. Think it is a important thought process about the the highest levels of macro to micro big pixel picture of how presses fits in to e commerce business. Enjoy it. If you like this content, any what more of the same kind of content don't forget to subscribe to the e Comas leader which find all podcast APPS. New. We Are Michel Visi in London England. Jason Miles in Seattle Washington more importantly you are the owner of a thriving online business and you want to become the best ecommerce you can be. We're.

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"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"Collective podcast today, I'm proud to introduce another one of the the ECOMMERCE leader podcast episodes I've done recently with my co host that Jason Miles Jason Miles is a shop expert. He's the top one percent by Sarah at utilize favorites most downloaded most viewed ECOMMERCE instructor. He has a really good broad view of. ECOMMERCE and today I think is an important thing to look at. You'RE GONNA zoom right out and instead of getting into very Amazon specific topics which are, of course, very important. People who sell on Amazon we're going to zoom right out and look at the business model that you're operating as a whole and check it out. Make sure you understand what it is you're doing and I think revising. These things we've talked recently about pivoting, revising the business model understanding model operating on thus being of see the risks at upside the threats and opportunities the strengths and the weaknesses is a really critical thing particularly in challenging times to be aware of what you're doing if nothing else is a Predator needing to pivot. So between Ovid, Brexit and America fighting China over tariffs to name but three geopolitical. Events that are happening at the moment all of us are having to reevaluate our businesses and this is an excellent framework affiliate. Jason has a great overview of this topic and a very deep way of thinking about it. So you will enjoy this. If you enjoy this podcast episode, then please do go and subscribe to the system focused on the ECOMMERCE leader, which is to be found on any. Good pocus up of course, and do check out the website there for the show. It's the ECOMMERCE leader Dot Com as Costa with Jason Miles, and myself enjoyed the episode. We Are Michel Visi in England Jason.

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"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"Hi Again this is your host Michel Visi from amazing FBI AMAZING FBI is the general sort of. All encompassing business that I run helps Amazon sellers of all stripes mostly British focused, but also from American other places ten let's book cost as some of the stuff behind me. If you'll saying, the video is get to six and seven fig Adams and sellars. Now, I've recently been working on another podcast whole different process with my friend Jason. Miles Shop Fi, business owner, and trainer, and a really experienced entrepreneurs called the ECOMMERCE leader which is brought again. So as we with established ECOMMERCE businesses and it's not just Amazon focused but there are some particular episodes we've done though I think a super relevant to Amazon. Says he will considering the next steps to get away from Amazon we've already talked in. A previous episode about the move from shop if I to from Amazon I should say to shop for Fi-. There are other things than as well as what you sell. You'll sales channel you'll traffic strategy and getting away from just being addicted to Amazon ads as only form of traffic even view just selling Amazon is another really important piece of the puzzle. And one to ten K. collective mastermind members by the way are really embracing these days and so I hope that this is very relevant to the thinking of Amazon sellers as what is more General Commerce Saleh's across the board and without further Ado I'm GonNa let the music role for the ECOMMERCE leader with Jason Miles you find this really helpful and stimulating. We are Michel Visi in England. In. Seattle Washington. More, importantly, you off the owner of a thriving on business and want to become the.

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"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"The ladles Boys, girls, anyone else listening. He was an Amazon sell. It will wants to be. This is amazing FBI. This host Michel Visi today we have guest rob haunting eager io to talk about research. Egret is an Amazon pro research tool that makes it easier to sell his to identify and track new products, which, although it's a topic we often talk about is talks about because it is the number one block any client comes to me for. For coaching, so it's a really important topic so rob festival warm, welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me Michael Pleasure. Where you coming to us from today, I'm based out of Washington state here in the United. States excellent Mount Rainier. Behind you or something in the picture in almost I'm actually a little bit south of the Seattle area, but yeah I wish I was out there hiking today. It sounds like he's supposed to be. My co-host in the assist podcast this. The the ECOMMERCE leader is based in Seattle so I'm learning about geography around. That sounds pretty amazing place, but anyway to business. Let's get you. Let's get the listener able to go out hiking walls. Their business earns the money. Because the first thing is, you've gotta get the right product so product research I did a quick recap of all the interviews idea for everybody who comes to me from mentoring administrator and I got. Like sixty seventy individual interviews of went through the other day, and by far and above the biggest problem is product, research, but research. What do I sal, so tell us what's your basic research process a so I can get into that here a little bit. Michael and you know I can talk about product research and certain criteria, but I used for my individual product research and I think that's all fine and well in addition to that I think today. Today also liked to talk about a method. I use a for product, tracking and keyword tracking, because that almost allows me to refine my research so once I've conducted some initial research, and maybe have gotten some products in mind and I started to look in a little bit more depth than I can come back and refine my searches, so I'll get into a little bit about my product research techniques. Hopefully we can dive in a little bit more into that. That because I think that's GonNa. Be Really Valuable for your listeners today, so I think you know just to start out I guess as many of your listeners might oftentimes start out with just a quick database search for my product research, and I understand that everyone's different and everyone has their own metrics and criteria that they like to use all layout kind of a basic idea of certain products that I look for, and then we can go from there. So just quickly kind of looking at egos database research tool in particular, there's a bunch of metrics and categories that you can choose from so I often times start out by either doing a search in all departments or looking into specific departments so lately I've really enjoyed looking into sports and Exercise Patio Lawn and garden even office products things. And initially while I have the option I don't oftentimes narrow down into subcategories right off the bat because I, I like to leave it a little bit broad and try to gather more data, as will soon become apparent when I go into the product tracking aspect of my research, but in terms of price I often times start out with a search between maybe twenty.

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"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"I hit by introduced to you Mr Mike. Hey Hey Hey. Welcome to amazing. Fbi The place to be for UK based Amazon entrepreneurs. I'm your host Michel Visi. Welcome to the show. Today's episode is sponsored by future state media experts in off Amazon traffic for Amazon. Sella's future state media will build you. A custom made website to deliver sales for you on Amazon builds to grab traffic from search engines and social media. You'll site can be used as a secret weapon for launching products on Amazon or just to stabilize your Amazon sales. It means you can also build an email list on autopilot. All sites come. With the ability to distribute unique coupon codes and with traffic grubbing content provided they also include full service from future state media build an ultra low cost long lasting search traffic. That is one hundred percent owned by you. Go to future state media dot com where you can download your free guide to Google. Seo for Amazon says today future state media said build a brand they meant build your own traffic lettuce and gentlemen boys and girls welcome back to amazing. Fbi The place to be based in fact. Today's episode is going to be not only full Alison Sella's everywhere but I think e commerce has generally and As gets tricky to to deal with us a soul channel on its own I think I was very quickly becoming more. Broad minded outset getting outside. I'm as in to find not just sales but also traffic and today we're GONNA talk. Traffic expert will respond has been in the business.

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"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"Ladies and gentlemen welcome back to amazing. Fda Poke Assists Michel Visi. And what about the show? Sorry that's been a bit of a gap. I've been of some kind of lucky. I have no idea whether it's nineteen garden rhinovirus either way. It's put me down but I'm back up so I'm bringing you stay somebody by imposing talking about traffic which as Amazon FBI. And I'm a Gemini gets a tricky place to be on his side and I believe that looking wider than we normally do is an essential thing for all of us in satellite breweries. One of those people who can help do that. Roy is being a best kept secret working behind the scenes to help grow scaling and build many successful online companies for about fourteen years today. He manages a small boutique media buying team. That specializes in multichannel. Traffic and his best network racing adds that convert. I'm being able to get a lot of policy. Challenged offers approved running facebook. Not An easy thing to do these days. So that's Royston. All digital media is with US. Today we welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me here. It's a real pleasure. Yeah it's a pleasure. He's kind of weighed in yet. Business as usual to be working from. I'm allowed to say a cuss. I'm like well. Yeah that's every day in my life. Say Hey it's a funny thing. Isn't it for a few days primarily digital focused? It's kind of a less than translation than others but nevertheless we are in strange time. So Tell us a little bit more gave us as a quick Version of WHO? You are what you do but just tell us a little bit more Things you covered on facebook. This is only the tip of the ice but you guys sure so. I mean really. You know that that's kind of our core focus is growing a business with paid traffic so we lead with that. That's also a very common thing to see these days to so many people have a facebook agency and I like to tell people we've been doing it longer and far better than most people who attended a Webinar last month. I think I even jokingly said that to you the other day so I've been a fulltime digital marketer for fourteen years I was Really a sophisticated jack-of-all-trades being plugged into various roles and things behind the scenes to help companies and just developed a pretty generalized knowledge of of Marketing Digital Marketing. And to me traffic ten years ago was sort of this black box. Only a small handful of people really mastered and knew how to do it and it was also very enticing to me knowing that it can be and often is one of the most important things you can do for your businesses control the flow.

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Only Connect - the critical importance of relationships and how to grow them

Amazing FBA

09:24 min | 1 year ago

Only Connect - the critical importance of relationships and how to grow them

"Have Welcome to amazing. Fbi This is your host Michel Visi. Walk into the show today. It's appropriate on speaking cheese. Stunning up I recently spoke at the White Liberal Expo in London in November. Twenty nine thousand nine now. I can't reveal anything yet about this exciting speaking engagements coming up. I want to share with you. Just got off the phone with somebody earlier today often very exciting opportunity. Which I've said yes please with both hands and I just got off to that with somebody who has been exploring what can with mentoring client. Who actually has some very serious cop behind him and a lot of business experience in the end we are discussing the possibility that I may work with them. As sort of that part of the team were more of an agency basis. I guess van on `simple consulting basis and what struck me about this is also relevant to what I was talking about with the five business models I've mentioned in the last podcast which is to say retail arbitrage online arbitrage wholesale relationships private label and agency model the five Mesa. I know often that people that I know work with to make themselves money on Amazon and bill businesses of various different kinds. I'm one of those reflecting. Was the common thread amongst some of these things that I'm really conscious today of all days. It's relationships again. People could get a bit separated between the reality of what drives money transactions online and the mechanism itself so the mechanism itself is kind of magic. How many of you got something like Amazon? As kind of magic. Because it manages to bring millions and millions and millions and millions of eyeballs every single day to products and the conversion rates are incredible. They produce an amazing customer experience which includes incredible ability to fulfil products in other words. They ship stuff. They stole stuff. They have an incredible machine that they built many many years of hard work by this was not always the case. These things that Grow Adam. No Way they've worked incredibly hard and they were first movers as well. Plus Jeff Basis. Whatever else you may think that Various business processes is a shopping shop. Is Guy Probably on the planet right now for my money at least in the textile base the movie somebody shot him coming up through the can take his crown but he smart enough to know that so my money he still the most proven smart guy out there and guess what the reality of it is that behind every transaction bowl though they have built this wonderful magic machine and it is kind of magic when it works and it often does even though anyone who's been sending anonymous while knows you have to get the rest of this means that it's like Magic Butts. The thing is on the other side of that. Transaction is a person buying a product and the more I'm always going on about this and I make no apologies for the more. You understand your customer. If you'RE GONNA be private labeling anyway or anything that you get to influence the listing. So if you're working with the wholesale account if you have some listening control you certainly should do this as well. You've got to really really really meet the customer weather. Also you have to understand the mentality. So in the end it's about people and the processes are way to bridge the gap between the pest producing product and the consumer. Another thing to say is that of course relationships and to the equation when you talk about supply if you are private labeling you have a relationship with the guys new factories and actually if you're serious private label as one of the Maas. My members in ten K. collective mosman recent experience. When he went to China I think it was actually last year. They went They literally had the red carpet experience at all. The the people lined up along the streets on the way to the tree they had Miniature music playing you know the usual the whole nine yards as I say so. This is an example of how important they had become too that factory based on it has to be said the relationships based on volume when it comes to supplies off Physical products the manufacturers. Not School supplies. In fact supplies can include anybody who you pay for services or products so put in a broader sense that includes people like Neil coaches or mentors or personnel. Runs a mastermind. Such is the mic guys in the mosman happened. The ten collective mastermind includes you'll photographer. It includes anyone who writes your listings for includes any agency that you might use for managing oh PPC your Amazon ad for example and those are all relationships yes they may be mediated via websites via online software. Whatever but the main thing to remember all the stuff is man-made or it is person made I should say artificial notice the word artificial mean it means made by hand made by hand so it is not something that grows organically like a tree or something all these things that create you by people full people and if we lose sight of that we lose sight of what for me personally and maybe this is not a software engineers where I've looked at the world or an engineer's wherever what for for me personally. What's behind all of this stuff is in the end? Relationships wholesale is an interesting one where we have probably even more of a delicate impulsive relationship with the people that you buy wholesale from now. I have to say cause on. The tape is something. They'll have almost no past experience. I'm learning going through a course at the moment. I'm learning all about that. I'm very excited to get out and try my hand at this but I know that in the end sometimes these distinctions between the business models are artificial anyway. Because I was looking to have a relationship with a brand owner and fat doesn't own a Brian yet. But somebody he's got a serious business but it is looking into private labeling house going to have the conversation about having a consulting relationship with them and then in fact we're probably going to have more of an agency relationship will actually help implement a lot of this stuff and maybe. I'll end up hiring more staff to deal without a skeleton stuff that I can tend to to Amazon specific activity by that Cetinje. Something that We can develop out as needed and then of course. The next thing I'm going to be doing is trying to get the same relationship with some wholesale browns who I might initially start for the relationship while I just give the money and they put us and we might end up in a sort of partnership so I guess what I'm saying about this. This includes even speaking forum at conferences. Or anything like that. Again is a partnership. Because the the P the conferences needs speakers and speakers me needs to get exposure of the brandon message so in the end so much in my experience business well comes down to the same stuff the experience in the music world. Which even though it been doing the E commerce as my main business my main job or profession for several years now that Still keep behind him with music. I still love my music and does not actually as much of a division as I thought because in the end I think the thing that I found most powerful mice exciting in the music making was relationship between the former audience between the conducts and the orchestra of like the the leader in the team and between people in a do a partnership where you have a a singer work with pianist or something in the end. What was interesting to me is is relationships. I love music. Also very fascinated by intellectual game and the sort of Sport if you like a business because in the end you have skin in the game and asset Nicholas Mac never say his name Nassim. Nicholas Talib forgive me if I put Mr Todd says having skin in the game basically makes you make better decisions so effectively makes you smarter and I love that about business. But the common thread through all of this stuff that struck me very very strongly today after she really powerful phone calls of people is relationships nowadays. Start all of this view starting from scratch. I think you need to just be a couple of things. You need a bit of structure to create a relationship with somebody who can help train you and that doesn't just mean a mentor or coach Could willingly it probably means a group of you'll pay is now. I think you should be selective about you. Mean by because the people aren't taking action is a majority of people in any course for example they all your peers. If you're an action taken by the way reality check if you're one of the people that talks a lot and doesn't take action. Abby not person every so often and I can still end up in their. Don't kick myself in the button and get on with it. Then you'll peers. Are The people doing the same things you might? Just be real about that. You'RE NOT GONNA get into group of action takers. If you're not an action taker. So you got to start is chicken and egg but you gotTa Start Yourself. You're going to have some hungry yourself. He depend on other people to do the work for you which is another thing about partnerships. I guess even if you were more sophisticated person for private label seller in you considering possibly branching into running an agency or if you Of a private label sal and you want to add wholesale to add some stability to the mix of easy cash flow whatever it is then again. A lot of it comes down to ability and encourage in relationships and a Dan. Mattis said the other day who teaches wholesale. But it's true. I think across all sorts of business models within the e commerce. An Amazon sphere as has broadly. The truth is with the relationship if you all very very hit to what the other person in the relationship needs to serving that person and you are determined to serve them whether or not you're immediately getting paid or even if you never get paid then that mentality that that's orientation to the rest of the world will serve you very very

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"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"I hit by to you. Mr Michel Visi go. Ladies and gentlemen wasn't gaels welcome we have something I think is very important to discuss. I've I've been working Bre cussing and talking consulting but I was in for about four and a half years gone. It's mostly been about private label for me to me. I'm using walls. Private label a head head about this retail albatross stuff but it sounds like a crazy my hard work. The private label is is very very capital intensive and also when it wins it wins big and when it loses is it loses big as well. It's a bit like a roulette wheel. Is Somebody put it to me the other day Roth and blackjack so for a long long time. I've been looking for ways to de risk the prices for myself and my clients at a radio really thing that we found an excellent model and that model is wholesale which doesn't have to be instead of private label can be as well. The truth is that some of my my successful in doing eighty not privately for a couple of years. I've been observing them. They're being in some cases for decades so jealous to find out how they did it and then I was approached by. Didn't Dan from wholesale formula and and they have shown me how has done so very excited dylan to invite you to Talk about the wholesale model quite different from private label. While I'm I'm excited to be able to share absolutely For great so the first thing is What do you mean by hotel is? Is it kind of the same hi. Ms Retail Arbitrage sale. What is the basic idea behind this? Yeah so I can walk you through. How are our business got started how we got to where we are now? He figured this out how they call wholesale and how we run. Our business is quite a bit different than maybe what you've heard from other people or or in the past Or what you think. It's the traditional the model is it's quite a bit different so we started selling on Amazon white a few years ago two thousand and eleven and we started with a six hundred dollar credit card We come from Eastern Kentucky.

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"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"I hit by introduced to you Mr Mike. Hey Hey hey welcome to amazing. FBI The place is to be for UK based Amazon entrepreneurs. I'm your host Michel Visi welcome to the show ladies and gentlemen welcome back to the show. This is Your House Michel Visi and today I'm going to be continuing with our lining misleading. Metrics you've been kidding yourself. Another people being in kidding you to stay tuned. Starting a business on your own can be lonely and worrying. Selling online multiplies issue. Ten fault getting expert expert help is a great way to use anxiety wasted time and confusion the amazing FBI. Mentoring program is in its full fear of helping sellers to get started. That'd on Amazon. By now we have former clients. You have a starting from scratch. Done six figures on evening. One K seven figures a year. Obviously these these are not typical results these exceptional people. Nevertheless we can help you get known faster safer and with a much higher chance over role of success with clients. Melvin Australia to Manchester England. We genuinely international perspective to find out more go to amazing F.. Be a dot COM foot slash mentoring. Thanks for listening. This is the third in a series called misleading metrics. We we're talking today about revenue versus gross profit. And what we'd like to call the true topline. I owe a lot of these concepts. One hundred percent of these concepts to grab Greg Greg crabtree who is a CPA. That is a professional accountant in American system..

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"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"Hey welcome to amazing fbi. This is your host michel visi. Welcome to the show. Today we are looking at the third of ten steps for building a private live at the base business or indeed a custom product based business. I mean the distinction between them. Stocks get blood. That's fine eventually. You need to make your products as differentiated it from everything else as possible. We'll talk about that later but this is about the process of building a business which isn't the same as how do you find your great product. In three easy steps a a little bit more involved in that but basically the simple idea behind this is very simple and based on experience by the way i used to teach simple model the nice but experience teaches me that you need gun stages so you learn to walk before you can run and then you learn sissel jong before you sprint and as any other skill set and building businesses is no exception so the first thing we talked about as being careful who you learn from and make sure they have a very broad range of experience and we should draw rather than just one set of products is that one person launched a few years ago which is the classic kind of background for quite a lot of people teaching private label and that's not a bad starting point having personal success is important and frankly nineteen people have had much bigger success to me might have been modest but what i have done is is synthesized together information from lots of different sources across lots of different businesses. I i know intimately which means that does more you can generalize more safety on the basis of fifty sixty seventy businesses nikon on the basis of one makes sense right so that's step one unsteady we talked about which is about the way of gaining more scale with a small amount of money and not risking a lot of money by simply i suggest using retail arbitrage arbitrage lots of different ways you could do it as well which means that. You'll just performing very simple arbitrage between the shops amazon. It's very simple to do product development and you'd have to do very complicated market research but.

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"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

11:54 min | 2 years ago

"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"Welcome into amazon newsday. This is your host michel visi and you're listening to amazing f._d._a. The latest round of trump taxes otherwise known as the the u._s. and china tariffs is still continuing to escalate u._s. President donald trump has said that he would impose a fresh ten percent tariff on another three three hundred billion dollars. That's about two hundred and fifty pounds of chinese goods in a sharp esscalation of a trade war between the two countries it comes after the latest round onto bilateral talks shows little sign of breakthrough the new terrorist due to take effect on the first of september effectively tax all chinese imports to the u._s. The duty is likely talk it a wide range of goods from smartphones to clothing chinese foreign minister. One year criticized the u._s. Move saying adding tariffs is not a a constructive way to resolve economic and trade frictions. He said that on the sidelines of a meeting of southeast asian ministers in bangkok mr trump announced the tariff plan on twitter while taking aim at china for not honoring promises to buy more u._s. agricultural products at this week's negotiations in shanghai. He also attacked chinese. He's president gee jin painful failing to do more to stem cells of the synthetic opioid sentinel in later remarks as president told reporters is that the ten percent tariff was a short term measure and that tariffs could be lifted further in stages to more than twenty five percent. Somebody should have done this to china along time ago. He added on wall street. The dow jones share index closed down one percent the same day and asia markets were much lower on friday. Prices also fell sharply the u._s. chamber of commerce which represents more than three million u._s. Companies said the latest tariffs on china will inflict only greater pain on american businesses farmers workers and consumers consumers and undermine and otherwise strong u._s. economy. It urged the two sides to remove all tariffs. The latest rounds of duties. Come amid amid mounting concern about how effective mr trump's strategy is proving to be on thursday. Mr trump's former economic advisor gary cohn said in a bbc interview that the tariff bottle was having a dramatic impact on the u._s. Manufacturing and capital investment the international money to fund fund has also warned that the u. s. china trade war is the biggest risk to the global economy. The.

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"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

09:45 min | 2 years ago

"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"Your host Michel visi. Someone knows the three hundred and thirty episodes in coming up on full years. We're still here. We've got a fantastic guy back on the show that we haven't had on the show for ages because I'm stupid. I'm he's one of the greatest guys in Amazon thought leading Kevin king, just to give you a few Stutz about him mind playing achievements in this space seven figure seller, who's five thousand dollar events. You just run the billion dollar summit in Austin, Texas vice associated with heating, tens Paul of the team Nebo, but so shaded and partners. He's the lead mentor and helium ten elite which used to be eliminated. See, which is well known. He's talking about thirty different events, including on recent it custom fairmont's other things and yet just an around high achiever say, just holiday done anything with your life and welcome back on this show. Frisch I gotta get out of my house, every once in a while, you know. Yeah. Yeah. So you make some I can never sleep there. It doesn't sound like you sleep very much. And I say, well, I was just talking to you before the show you how you want to be known unlike, you know, that just a small summary of what you've been up to you to Stein's exhausting. It's just you. So tell us a bit more about your background, obviously given a bit of a flavor. You've been selling anonymous in for a while. But unlike a lot of people in the Amazon space, you've been doing it for more than ten minutes. And do you actually have a really serious background in image, Mark saying, retail marketing so tell us more about that background that you've got? Sure. So yeah, I'm a little bit different. A lot of people. They, they, they come from the corporate world. They're trying to get away from some sort of corporate job or day to day job, and free Doman. Maybe they want to travel, or maybe they want to a working for the man or, or whatever, but I I've never done that. I've actually I think I made a resume once when I was in high school because I had to, but other than that I've never even met a resume. So I've been an entrepreneur, my entire life. What for myself had, and with that comes all the ups and downs. Aben my background, primarily is in the drug marketing space, which kind of is what it was called before the internet's. So back before people were doing emails and they spoke ads and that kind of thing they were sending out postcards or flyers or catalogs through through the post. And so that's, that's that was my background. So when the internet started coming around as viable medium in the mid nineties, I jumped on that and started doing internet marketing, and that evolved into econ, a lot of different ecommerce things I think my I e commerce sale is like ninety five in my own. Little shopping site round little credit card, processor and everything. And I just evolved to start selling on Amazon in two thousand one as a vendor through the program called advantage, which was for books medias and DVD's, and then started selling FBI on Amazon in two thousand fifteen and still do that today that several different brands some of my own company. I hope my wife with one of hers, and then I've got us some other partnerships one I'm brand new, but. To kick off with some other FDA slash non BA type of stuff. So that's, that's where I come from. And so that's common natural fit. I've been sourcing stuff from China on our outside the US, not always China. Sometimes career other places for twenty five thirty years. So it was kind of a natural fit to evolve into this FBI space, thus Houston extraordinary resume savior, as you conditions. Why this your demands having oppo cost about anything to do with retailing on online and selling Dorothy Cosima India just amazing background? So obviously, I'm gonna bring it right down to the simplest of dumb questions, which is what should we sell because that's a perennial question. I get I do a lot of mentoring with a new newcomers to the space alert increasingly what he has with the Mazda minds in London with more vaunt six seven even eight figure sellers, and we'll be doing focused on a sister cost the ten K collectible cost which will be great for people in that space. But even those people you're going to launch new products or even you in brand, sometimes. So the question was. Up. So I'm gonna ask the dumbest questions the really dumb question. I is it possible to start setting on Amazon in twenty nineteen or is it too late now, I think it's better than ever actually. You know, you see people on the Facebook groups, ought saturated are getting the chemic- this worker. There's no opportunities anymore. What's, what's the next thing is the drop shipping as it something else in, I say, no, you're Amazon, still hands down the best op business opportunity. Probably the last hundred years for an entrepreneur, because you can ride the coattails of a Bill multibillion dollar company. And the way they set it up. And if you if you know how to master it, it can be gold are the easy as over where he can you slap your label on a product and find something off Alibaba. Yes, those days are over. There's people in the two thousand thirteen two thousand fourteen fifteen timeframe that kinda got lucky the right place, right time. And they didn't really know what they're doing, but they had success have been able to exit the company or, or make good money. But if you look back and look at a lot of those people from two thousand thirteen and fourteen there. There's some of them that are quite successful. But a lot of one hit wonders or one or two hit wonders they just the right place, right time. But you know about ninety to ninety five percent of the people that try to sell on Amazon. They watch YouTube video listen to podcasts. They take a course or something most of them fail, the vast majority of people fail. And there are several reasons for that one is this is a real business. A lot of people come into this, and they're sold ability goods by a guy driving Lamborghini, or, or somebody selling a course that actually may be only sold ten thousand dollars Amazon their life. And now they have a course a ton of those out there, you've got to be very, there's some really good courses. But the vast majority of them, suck and the taught by people that aren't even doing this, and they all, they don't know anything, and then you get a lot of this Facebook groups, where something someone says something, and it become just gets parroted everywhere becomes almost accepted, as truth, when it's couldn't be anything further from the truth. So you'd have to treat this like a real business selling on Amazon. John is hard. It's it's not easy. It selling. Amazon is something that takes a lot of skill set. You gotta know sourcing again marketing, you got no internet stuff. You gotta know small product design. You gotta know graphics. You gotta know tons of tons of different things, and there's a takes a lot of different skill sets to really make this work if you have to have them yourself, or you have to be partnered with people that, that have those in that contribute to that. And a lot of people come into this with these ideas at the quit their corporate job or quit their job, and travel the world or a month or two from now, they're gonna be sitting on a beach drink in my ties and his check in their, their Emma's on apps. What the sales are is that doesn't happen if you've come into entreat like a real business. The opportunities are emits that doesn't mean starting with five hundred dollars. That's not a real business or thousand bucks. That's a real business. That, that's a side job aside hustle. And there's nothing wrong with that. If you wanna make a little bit extra cash on the side to take a vacation pay half the credit card or whatever. But. If you really wanna make a living at this, and really wanna make it go at it. And then you have to treat it like a real business. You have to come in with real capital rule effort at if you do that the opportunities are huge now there's certain products. I'm sure we'll talk about that, that you definitely want stay away from. But it was on his growing so much, not just in the United States, but all over the world. I mean, the US Japan, Germany, and UK markets are the four primary ones right now there's tremendous opportunity in all of those, that's not necessarily with the big selling products. You can do really, really well in the middle of the pack, and that's where a lot of people, they get these big dollar signs in their eyes and they using tools like jungle Scott, some of these others, and they're just analyzing what they should sell completely wrong. And there's another thing that happens out there that kind of air, tastes me as years, a trend right now to a lot of people say you shouldn't just be Amazon seller on Amazon, just marketplace. You should you should build a brand, new, you need to be selling not just on Amazon is selling all over the place. I. Thousand percent disagree with that. That's a different strategy. If you want to build a brand, that's okay. That's a whole different thing. Brand is not a logo. It's not your, it's not your name on a product. That's not a brand building a brand takes time a lot of money in a lot of effort. And if you're gonna take advantage of the Amazon system, take advantage of the Amazon system and sell products that can evolve into a brand later on. And that's the natural course once you start selling on Amazon. You can start to see what sales, what goes together, and you'll start building a custom base in leveraging the traffic in the eyeballs and the data that you can get from Amazon, and then later on evolve that into a brand that makes perfect sense, but too many people get caught up in the beginning. I need to create a brand to sell an Amazon because there's some people out there. That that's what they're preaching. There's nothing further from the truth. In my opinion should focus on Amazon. Maximize what you can do on Amazon, and then worry about a going off later after after you learn a Bill of it, and you get some of the bugs system and figure out what kind of goes together than what doesn't so. That's where a lot of people make a mistake to in the other one is is cash flow. You know, a lot of people, they might pick a great product. They might use the great the good tools, and they learn how to pick a product but casual kills most people because they don't they don't really forecast properly on the cash flow. They got ten thousand dollars to start with, and they spend almost all of it on their initial inventory..

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"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"michel visi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"Aw. I hit by introduced to you, Mr Michel visi. Hey, hey, hey, welcome to amazing FBI the place to be for UK based Amazon entrepreneurs I'm your host Michel visi. Welcome to the show. Today's episode is brought to you by the ten K collective the collective is. A question of men and women who are doing that least twenty five thousand dollars a month on Amazon in the UK, US Europe doesn't matter. But that is the figure as a minimum. Now, why fig because it means you get to meet with like minded people who are serious Amazon who doing well. And who bishops do better rather knocking rather this newbies, which isn't gonna help you. If you wanna scale up from six figures a month to seven figures, or whatever you are bishops to do fortify figures, we have people who are doing up to round the coast of million a month, Mark. And as the lowest is twenty five cases, still quite a big spread. But we have amazing things that shed. You will get thirty minutes each minimum twenty twenty five even in a very busy month and has only eight to twelve people at any given meetings. What are we cover in the meetings? Well, we cover topics from how to stay in stock make more money without by not missing out and being not being out to stalk dumb. Donating a market on the mindset needed handling coal container. Loads had to predict stock needed, for example, how to get a product on prime time British TV for free as one of our member stayed back and hollowing lost. Yes. So these are not prescribed by me. And it's not a set cools. It is simply what comes up what you need to handle right now to move your business forward. It's very simple robust full. My is doing really well. We got right loyalty from the members. I think out of ten people joined it Safaa by an eight still with us off to several months, which is a real testament to the fact that they're getting value in this great feel of community, and we have a lot of fun. We take business seriously. But we also on Saco sells T seriously. We have fun with open. We have a lot of debates that actually people doing stuff and taking action like opening up in America going to Germany like, you know, doubling the oldest in serious action takes place as a result, these meetings on his also good fun. You'll need to be able to get some London as well as doing twenty five thousand. Minimum Ruffy in dollars. And it's advocation only sev- you want to check that out. Go to mazing F B dot com for slash Mazda. My make sure you click through to the ten K collective page rather than applying the zero to hear Maas monies, which is just for those who just starting out. Thanks very much for listening now on with the show ladles jealous. Boone's welcome back to the show. This is your host Michel visi from amazing f B a full British was in his annals Americans view listings. Well, sort of fifty fifty split lots of Germans and Canadians and various other people Indians. Have you listening from around the world? So today, we have a very international with Omer of your Tasker dot com. They are the outsourcing people for e commerce business owners, including of course, Amazon and based in Long Island, New York's come to us from across the pond today. Welcome to the show. Thank you. So give us a bit of background. I what what brought you to this. And what qualifies you to help Armas and sellers with that tasks? Of my name is already as a from long in New York. And I am from basically IT background of have work in big floor consulting for like essentially Deloitte for about twelve years. And I started my journey in Amazon space like five years ago, it might arc nurse and obviously from IT back on at notable ecommerce. So instead of just figuring out everything of our own we mid team. Mid teed back Beckham, we've met with broad our third partner of starting Steve for two people, and we'll are basically learning stuff and delegated stuff to that deems of stuff like on Amazon listing creation listening, my Asian BBC management customer suppor like all the jar billion to be delegated that. And we started over model from a wholesome Ross active, and then we moved private-label. So we have learned a lot on that and delegated that. So after ESO we

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"michel visi" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"michel visi" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"You had a brief cripple coffee would make you have any memorable stories during your tenure nick when you've got trading from toronto just one can norm of big nick train and also what do you think the real expectations but mix can be this year i like craig quinnell akina i like chris task where you can give i mean i'm scratch my logo but it could be done what do you think nick concluded keaton let me know shadows to read you also shot out thank you for the call jay hurt shout out of gwinnett county i spent a lot of time narain near the land in the atlanta area a lot of new york transplants down there low near transplants is lie i think he's a mix fan and floor when you go to our hawks game and they play against new york all it's almost like a home game even the charges like man as a home game so that is a couple of questions i liked the promise of the um the knicks just because i like porzingis now here's the thing you gotta stop being so thirsty on social media does like that that's a personality trait you don't want him to become the angelo russel with the lakers mv more worried about all of that as opposed the ball he needs without the mix would get another ten wins if if if some young lady just locked up chris taskforcing you're so he can stop doing them there you go and also let's not try to use michel visi as like he's class frazier to quotable machine for the team in listless also act like michael beasley is going to be you know in all started this year.

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"michel visi" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"michel visi" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Your high school i'm nick check it out no i've been going for a couple of years but was the first time nike put money into lindsey hunter is up here person who court some of the best guard i've ever seen in my life please going on them every single time this eight twenty eight year old lindsay thirty four euro owning ended up his the big three point eight points a game and i'm looking like dole i'll be watching the tv you know you're like me i i'd be the europe ask all live on the pitch he non e r here got these guys you know how you had a back people down to bring the baudrecourt 'cause uk face up auto that's relieved that that we live together you guard will all world guard plan overseas locking on score every time you want to live he was the best player i ever seen in my life at that time both of personal and us all day rolls up on a block in a given out work all day long but basically time bogan look in may i call in more storage jd greatly appreciated hey you all bucks so duda deserves a telephone the only way we can follow up with this is by let you guys know the michel visi place for the next now yeah betterplaced will mike beasley is there i know that if you're of asserted lovely youth you just can't appreciate the great joy that he is michael beasley it has a golfer mike beasley in the pros in the way that i thought he would but i will always have the quote from michael beasley when he was in college about kansas state played against kansas they had won they are like 27 years they finally when they would look into had the michael beasley team win michel visi said about can't is and i quote we'll beat them at home we'll beat them on the road will beat them in africa i don't know why that is so funny but he did say that any way he now plays for the knicks and here is michael beasley talking on his own greatness yes i can score what this medals on new momentum is he wants my game a newly lossmaking series and.

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"michel visi" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"michel visi" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Wfan and wfan at then new york before three anticipated advance within nick give michel visi a contract i whenever this they still have the deal with the come melo viola when when is that gonna get so it's what happens if nothing happens melo comes back has to ask to stay with the knicks can't make the deal what's he gonna do i'm not reporting then they find them and they did suspend them away what he's these the ball player new up at age you you you want to play oh yes it saves look i wanted to go to houston it didn't work out i'm back year and my happy no but i will do the best they can i'll be what i always i'll i'll be there check it out i always was oh man it's this is it's like a soap opera in almaty to reruns and wait for the season the start of beginning with an excuse to do with with would belo it's it's a shame is this drag and on and on and on but the fact that matter it's also a business you're not going to give away because they would aerobic check already and then let him go to houston asked that go to war see you try to get something out of the deal it's like stagnant right now let's face it if it doesn't happen now does it happened during camp that had happened by the trade deadline i mean is this could this is soap opera could last for a while and be you know it it's it's it's it's it's another yankees at doing poorly but it might be the only team to keep an eye on as the giants i think they got a good shot consumable it look is it anybody can predict how a team going to do right now i just want to see how they play when the season starts or at least when the offense plays a half leaf we can get a better idea what put the concept is what they're trying to do it a relying on their running game at all as his old ally thrown all the time because enough of book decent wide receivers we'll see let's go to rabbit out in the cult's neck roberts you're on the fan hey tony our yet or.

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