5 Ways to Find Time to Start A Business

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Five ways to find time to start a business. Because we all have more time in our days then we think!

Are you trying to find time to start a business? I know it can seem impossible, with work, family obligations, and all the day to day stuff that we have to get done.

But I’d be willing to bet that you can use at least one of these tips to find some more time in your day.

Warning: You may not really like these ideas, but I promise they can help.  You don’t have to stick with any of them forever!  Give it a shot.

5 Ways To Find Time To Start A Business

Tip 1 – Turn Off the TV

We cut cable at our house about a year and a half ago.  It’s amazing how much more motivated I am to work at night when there isn’t the prospect of hours of television stretching in front of me.

We still have a digital antenna to get local news and even with that, I feel like I spend too much time watching TV – even though we actively watch it less than an hour a day.

I’m not saying that you should never watch tv, I still have 1 show that I don’t miss (Survivor, if you’re curoius!) but you should be mindful of how you’re spending time at night if you are trying to start a business, and this is a huge time and energy waster if you let it be.

Tip 2 – Wake Up Early

This isn’t as much about waking up early (you might be better off staying up late) as it is about finding time when the house is quiet and you can put dedicated focus on one thing.

For me, I wake up at 5 am each week day and spend time working on blog posts for this blog. I wasn’t making the time for it during my ‘normal’ day so I decided to dedicate time to it in the mornings.

If waking up early seems too daunting, keep in mid that this is a great example of dedicating yourself to something for a set period of time. You could set a goal of finding a product or some other big task in your business and dedicating morning time to it until it’s done. Then you can go back to sleeping in.

Tip 3 – Shut Down Social

I took Facebook off my phone. I found I was spending too much of my day mindlessly scrolling though it and that was not a good use of my time.

If nothing else, commit to stop checking social media during your workday. Be more productive at work so you can leave it there and have time to focus on your new business when you are at home.

Tip 4 – Block Your Time

I’ve been experimenting with different time blocking methods over the last couple of years. I’ve tried the 3×5 method which I talked about back in 2016, I’ve done the Pomodoro Technique.

And most recently I’ve been experimenting with breaking my calendar out into 30 minute increments and scheduling specific tasks for each of those 30 minutes.

It’s a work in progress and probably always will be. I’m constantly tweaking and refining my time blocking methods trying to find what will work best for me.

Tip 5 – Schedule Everything

Sticking with the 30 minute increments, I use those blocks for all kinds of things. Checking email, returning phone calls, straightening up the house. Whatever needs to get done needs to get on my calendar.

Otherwise its not getting done.  It’s that simple for me, it probably is for you too.

Wrap Up

How are you currently finding time to start your business and what did you hear today that you’re going to try starting today?


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Open Brand or Build Your Niche on Amazon FBA?

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Should you build an Open Brand or focus on a Niche for your Amazon FBA Business?

https://youtu.be/DB6oD_a_Y_k

Open Brand or Targeted Niche?

When it comes to selling on Amazon, you need to decide how you want to build your business.

Do you want to build an open brand, where you sell various products in different markets, or do you want to target a particular niche and sell multiple products to one market?

In today’s video, I discuss the pros and cons of selling in an open brand or targeting a specific niche.

You can make money in either, so it’s up to you what you choose.

Are you building an open brand or working in one niche? Tell me in the comments below!

I talk about the importance on going all in on an open brand or targeted niche in my video about selling on Amazon in 2018.

You can watch this video at The Bootstrap Boutique’s YouTube page here.

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Amazon FBA: How Amazon Says to Get Repeat Customers

Tips from Amazon

I recently read an article with tips from Amazon on how to retain customers. This is interesting because Amazon is strict about not allowing sellers to contact buyers away from the Amazon platform.

It’s not surprising that a lot of Amazon’s tips involve using their technology, platform and programs more thoroughly.

Today we’ll talk about what those tips for repeat customers are and how to best use Amazon’s tools to keep them coming back.

These tips are:

1. Deliver a First Rate Experience

2. Be Creative

3. Partner with Bloggers

4. Make it Easy to be Charitable

5. Share Your Values

6. Post Official Comments

What do you think of these tips?

How to Sell on Amazon in 2018

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How to sell on Amazon FBA in 2018

Watch the Video Here

Amazon in 2018

Today I’m sharing three thoughts about how to best sell private label products on Amazon FBA in 2018.

This is in response to questions that I hear a lot from you guys, so here are my answers!

1. Is it too late to start selling on Amazon?

No! Amazon continues to grow at a frenetic pace.  There are over 100,000 sellers selling over $100,000 worth of revenue each year. So why not you?

2. Should I build a brand or an open brand?

I don’t think this matters too much when you start. What matters more is that you start.  I do think you should pick one or the other though. Either have an open brand and just look for things that you can sell, or curate a focused brand that will let you own your niche.

3. Should I diversify my channels?

Yes! But not yet. Start small, with one platform. Then expand. Become great at selling on Amazon before you worry too much about selling on other platforms. The learning curve is already so steep, don’t make it too hard on yourself.

What do you think is the right answer to these questions? Tell me in the comments!

Oh, and once you’re ready to move forward with selling on Amazon, check out my friends over at StartUpBros. They created the end-all-be-all guide to selling on Amazon in 2018 and beyond.  Make sure you bookmark this because you’re going to need to read it more than once.

 

 

Amazon FBA and Long Term Goals

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Long Term Goals?

https://youtu.be/B5PQhQGMk-4

A friend recently asked me about my long term goals for selling products on Amazon FBA.

Is the goal to quit my day job and do this full time?

In short, no. It’s not my goal.  This is a fun creative outlet for me, that is teaching me a ton of valuable skills while making a little extra money.

But if things got so crazy that I was not able to manage my day job, my side business, and my family, I like to think that I would choose myself and make the leap.

Considering that the most money I’ve ever made in one day with Amazon is about $35, my bosses don’t need to worry about seeing a resignation letter anytime soon!

What are your long term goals with selling on Amazon?

You can watch the video here.

You can see my YouTube Channel here.

How to Find Your Private Label Niche with Feedback Request Emails

 

Use your feedback request email to discover a new product niche

https://youtu.be/0KMTf1D-bVM

Use Feedback Request Emails to Find your Niche

**Download your Feedback Request Email Template here.

In today’s video I’m going to show you how one small tweak led me to find a profitable niche market.

I’m going to show you how to find your private label niche with feedback request emails sent through Amazon Seller Central.

During your feedback request sequence, you should ask customers how they are going to use your product, then look for patterns in the responses. This will show you potential markets for your products that you may have otherwise not been aware of.

It’s a simple change that can garner big results!

Download the swipe file here.

You can watch the video at The Bootstrap Boutique’s YouTube channel here.

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Profit First – How To Have A Profitable Amazon FBA Business

How to be Profitable on Amazon

https://youtu.be/MqcEeQ5GnsQ

Profit First

I am so excited to walk through the Profit First book and method with you today.

So many of us start Amazon FBA businesses to make money, so why does it seem like so many of us aren’t making any money at all?

The normal ways of accounting and bookkeeping (ie the way your CPA would do it) is not reflective of how we actually run our businesses, which is often taking a look at the balance in our account and making a decision.

The Profit First method takes what you are already doing and puts a framework around it.

It also forces you to run a profitable business by taking your profit first, before you pay any expenses.

Make sense?

Watch this week’s video to see what I mean.

And definitely get your copy of Profit First here.

How To Find A Private Label Product to Sell on Amazon – The Pick Your Product Challenge!

 

How to find a private label product on Amazon

https://youtu.be/IsFav7dCvhw

How To Find A Private Label Product to Sell on Amazon

What I hear most often from my fellow bootstrappers is that they are excited about the opportunity that is selling physical products on Amazon, but they get stuck and feel overwhelmed when it comes to actually deciding which product to sell.

If you are wondering how to find a private label product to sell on Amazon, I’ve got you covered.

I created a 28 day challenge that will walk you through everything you need to know to choose your first private label product.

You can download the guide book here to get started.

Here’s what you can expect from the guidebook:

  • a task each day, for 28 days to walk you through the process
  • tools & resources to get you started
  • bonus sections to help you along the way

Are you up for the challenge?

Get started today.

Not sure if this is right for you, or even what Private Label is?

You can also take my free 5 day email course, Is Private Label Right for You?

Sign up here.

UPC vs. FNSKU

https://youtu.be/SLm__9C6mJI

UPC vs. FNSKU

What is the difference between a UPC and a FNSKU and why do you need both to sell on Amazon? Watch this week’s video to find out!

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do I need both yes but why let’s talk

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about it

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hey welcome back for another episode of

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the bootstrap boutique or beginner’s

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built businesses I am glad you’re here

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today because we are going to talk about

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something that to students is a lot of

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people which is the difference between a

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UPC and an FN SKU and why you need both

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to sell on Amazon so what are the

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differences between an FN SKU in a UPC

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and why do you need those if you’re not

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going to just accept the answer that

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it’s because Amazon sets up a UPC well

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that’s the easy one that’s the one that

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we’re most familiar with it is a unique

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identifier for product there is a

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database gs1 that tracks in maintains

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UPC codes and who owns them and what

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products they’re tied to as FN SKU on

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the other hand is an Amazon specific

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identifier and that stands for

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fulfillment network stock keeping unit

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and FNS kg of how Amazon identify the

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product as unique to the seller sending

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it into the network a UPC is generally

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required for listing a product on Amazon

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you’re lifting your pallet when you’re

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setting up your product listing and one

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of the reasons for that is because the

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UPC has to be unique to each individual

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product so you can never reuse a UPC

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code and they want to make sure that

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what you’re putting in if you’re setting

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it up as a unique listing is in fact a

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unique product if you’re planning on

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only filling your products in Amazon and

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then the UPC only goes from that product

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listing it does not actually have to be

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on your product now an FN SKU does

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actually need to be physically on your

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product because it’s going to be scanned

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to take your items in and out of

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inventory in the Amazon warehouse a

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product should only have one scannable

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barcode we don’t want to be creating

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confusion and extra work for our friends

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in the Amazon warehouses that are

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facilitating the sell of our products so

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if you’re selling an Amazon then you

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should only have the FN SKU as a

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scannable barcode if your product does

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have a UPC on it it needs to be covered

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before it goes into the warehouse so I

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really hope that helps clear up some

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questions and confusion about what is

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the UPC what is the FN SKU and why do

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you need both to

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on the Amazon if you have any other

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questions about it feel free to leave

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them in the comments below and I will

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talk to you guys next week

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take care

You can watch this video at The Bootstrap Boutique’s YouTube channel here.

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How Do I Get Suppliers To Work With My New Amazon Business?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ns2L8U8s7MI

How do you get suppliers to work with a new Amazon Business?  In today’s video, I share a few strategies that have helped me find suppliers willing to work with me as a new business owner.

Watch to see how to get suppliers to work with a new business!

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what do you give me answer a question

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from another bootstrapper hey great idea

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do that today hey welcome back for

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another episode of the bootstrap

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boutique we’re beginners build

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businesses and I am glad you’re here

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today because we’re going to answer a

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question from another bootstrapper now

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this question wants to be a private

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message on YouTube and I answer the

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question to the person and then ever

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wrote back and said hey do you mind if I

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use this in a video in the future and

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they never responded so I’m going to

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give you the question but not their name

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just in case for some reason they don’t

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want it out there just just you know

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respect privacy subcision exactly tell

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me I could use it but here’s the

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question hi Megan thank you for your

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video is very helpful flattery is always

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welcome I’m currently in the process of

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reaching out the suppliers via Alibaba

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to source my product for private

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labeling however I am hesitant to reach

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out because I’ve read that suppliers

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prefer to work with established

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businesses to have major purchasing

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power do you have any advice on how I

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brand new business Thanks

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I sure do let’s talk about baking it

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until you make it so this is a great

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question because if you put yourself in

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the shoes of a supplier who would you

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only order 250 or 500 units or somebody

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that pretty much knows what they’re

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doing already and it’s going to order

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like 10,000 units at a time it’s not

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hard to see who is going to be more

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favorable to work with now does this

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mean that suppliers only want to work

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with large suppliers and will never take

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on a smaller order absolutely not and I

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rising popularity of selling via FBA and

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in the private label ways that people

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the test orders and then building up to

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larger orders from their that suppliers

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with small orders to start now let’s get

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here’s what I do not want you to do I

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to misrepresent who you are or what

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you’re doing but I do want you to

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represent yourself in the best light

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possible so you have the best chance of

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a relationship with the supplier that

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yes we’ll start small but hopefully it’s

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going to grow into a much more

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profitable fulfilling relationship for

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all parties involved so how do we

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convince a supplier to work with us well

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step one is to make a really good first

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impression in your initial email where

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you’re reaching out to ask questions

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about the product and see about getting

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a sample so let’s take a look at these

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two examples and you tell me who you’re

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going to respond to if you’re a supplier

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your supplier I am a new Amazon FBA

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seller and wants to launch my first

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product I’m hoping you could send me a

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sample of your fun roller please what is

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the least amount I can order if I like

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your product how much would that cost

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how would I pay you please respond and

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let me know if you can thanks Riley face

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Megan option 2 dear supplier my name is

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Megan and I’m the owner of downtown gem

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a company that specializes in selling

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gin accessories to home workout

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enthusiasts we are expanding our product

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line to include thumb rollers and would

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like to request a sample of your 14 inch

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foam roller for possible private label

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opportunities please respond to the

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following questions to see if it is

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possible for us to work together Thank

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You Megan John time Jim I mean I know

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who I’d rather work with

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I absolutely rather work with the person

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that’s got their mess together because

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the person in letter 1 sounds like they

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don’t really know what they’re doing and

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they’re going to cause you a lot of

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headaches you know how I know do I need

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to remind you about my supplier that

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told me they wouldn’t work with me

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anymore I’ll link it because it’s really

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still a little too painful to talk about

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go back to letter – I mean that is

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really the best way to present yourself

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while you are being totally honest about

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what you’re trying to do here you don’t

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need to tell us supplier yeah I’m doing

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ten million dollars and I’ve got five

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years in business experience if that’s

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not true if it’s true it absolutely

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builds credibility but if you’re first

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starting out don’t fall into your the

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site that you’re brand-new that is a way

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to get suppliers to not want to work

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with you and not take your small order

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there are some suppliers that are not

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going to respond to you there are some

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suppliers that are going to say yeah our

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minimum

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order quantity or moq is 10,000 units

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and we’re not budging on it that’s fine

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because they’re some I don’t say yeah we

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dictate your order here so you get your

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sample is fifty five dollars to ship it

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which is totally normal and you can go

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on from there you will find supplier

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that will take your small order when

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you’re just starting out so the second

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way to ensure that you’re able to find

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suppliers that will work with you is to

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contact a lot of them it’s okay to email

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10 15 20 suppliers because they won’t

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all respond to you or they won’t offer

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what it is that you want to sell so just

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cast a wide net and narrow down from

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there and that’s another way you can

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ensure that you will find somebody that

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wants to work with you

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I got a link in the description box

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below to a swipe file that you can use

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to contact suppliers it’s just kind of

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my own take on a lot of the other ones

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that are online you can absolutely go

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search email simple at descendants of

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fliers to request private label products

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or however you like to google phrases

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you probably don’t meet that many words

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that’s just well you guys have figured

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out by now I am a little worried but

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that will help you get started take it

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use it make it your own and happy

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sourcing I will talk to you guys next

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time get here

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