In this post I am going to show you how I am making money buying from thrift shops and selling the goods for a huge profit!
I’m going to show you some of the goodies I’ve found at a couple of local and out of town thrift stores. But before I do this I want to give you a little back story…
About 1 year ago I got slammed by Google for no apparent reason. Most of my sites dropped in ranking, and a couple of sites lost a little bit of traffic. But then, Google Adwords shut my account down and would not tell me why.
I Felt Like A Loser!
I told this to my brother and he said, ‘Well, you must be doing something wrong.’ I explained my situation and he couldn’t believe what they did either! I can tell you more about it some other time… Continue reading →
One of the hottest trends on the Internet, besides videos, are eBooks. There are millions of self published authors writing stories, guides, poetry, recipes, jokes and white papers and self publishing them as an eBook.
The advantage is that there are millions people who like to read eBooks on their Kindle or tablet, and it’s a growing market.
The problem is that it is a crowded market, so you have to do more than just upload your eBook now. You have to promote it. One way to do this is through video, and a whiteboard hand drawn animation video is a great way to draw attention and build a following.
Here is one example of a whiteboard video for a Drum Building Book…
That was an example of how to help market your printed book using video scribing, but you can easily do the same thing for an ebook. It really doesn’t matter whether it’s an eBook or a printed book. Continue reading →
As you may know by now, I sell eBooks and one printed book on Amazon.com, and the monthly checks are consistent from this effort. However, they are not huge. I don’t recommend this as a full time business model unless writing and selling books or eBooks is your passion.
However, I do believe in multiple channels of income. Selling ebooks on Amazon and Barnes and Noble, and Apple is one of them. Here is a short introductory video on this:
Another channel I opened up several years ago is selling tangible products on Amazon. We list them, and then when someone orders we ship them! It’s simple (after you understand and navigate your way through their selling platform). Continue reading →
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