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Pour qui est ce méga-guide?

Si vous êtes avec moi depuis un certain temps, vous saurez qu’il existe différentes formes de commerce électronique…

Pour simplifier rapidement – les différences entre les modèles sont déterminées approximativement par:

  • Quel produit vendez-vous? (retournez-vous des articles de vide-greniers ou faites-vous fabriquer un seul produit que vous vendrez plusieurs fois?)
  • Où vous le vendez (vendez-vous sur une plate-forme tierce comme Amazon ou construisez-vous votre propre magasin Shopify?)

Si vous souhaitez gagner plus que le revenu moyen à temps plein, vous pouvez immédiatement éliminer les modèles de commerce électronique à faible marge tels que l’achat stationnaire et l’arbitrage.

Cela ne veut pas dire que ces modèles n’ont aucune valeur. Je connais BEAUCOUP de vendeurs prospères qui ont commencé par l'arbitrage (si vous voulez en savoir plus sur l'arbitrage, consultez mon méga-guide pour bien démarrer dans l'arbitrage de vente au détail).

Mais si vous cherchez à remplacer votre revenu à temps plein et à obtenir une réelle liberté financière, vous devez vous tourner vers les marques de gros et les marques privées…

Vous voulez vendre quelques produits à beaucoup de personnes avec un potentiel de marges bénéficiaires élevées.

Le guide d’aujourd’hui vous montrera comment faire cela…

Nous allons travailler avec les données de vente d’Amazon (presque exclusivement). Mais comme une part aussi importante de toutes les ventes de produits physiques se produit sur Amazon, cette méthode peut être utilisée pour trouver des produits rentables que vous pourrez vendre sur Amazon ou dans votre propre magasin Shopify.

Très bien… alors commençons pour de vrai 🙃

Étape 1: Qu'est-ce qui fait un bon produit?

D'accord – es-tu prêt? Nous allons mettre beaucoup de valeur dans cette petite section…

BINGO!

You’ve now collected every piece of data needed to forecast several orders out into the future (and see the exact cost & profitability of each and every order).

If you’re using my workbook, you’ll see the following calculations made (which will be very helpful in comparing which product you want to move forward with)…

  • Shipping Cost Estimate: On my workbook, you’ll see that I actually account for using different shipment methods earlier in your business…This is because all new sellers will start with Express shipments, and as their product starts selling more – they will move into Air Freight Shipments or even Sea Shipments…

    Let me simplify a LOT of complex knowledge down to this for you…

    • Express = $7 per kg
    • Air Freight = $4.5 per kg
    • Sea Freight = $0.50 per kg

    Because my workbook does all of this for you, you don’t really need to worry about those numbers yet. I just want to let you know what’s happening with my calculations.

    And remember – you already told your workbook what the Weight (lbs) Per Unit, and the workbook is using that number here to fuel these shipping estimates 😉

Now we get into the really cool stuff that 99.9% of sellers will never research…

    • Net Revenue: This is the exact amount of money you’ll receive back into your bank account from Amazon after your inventory sells out.
  • Total Profit: This is the exact amount of profit you’ll make after paying for EVERYTHING (shipping, handling, importing, fulfillment, seller fees, etc).
  • Net Profit Per Unit: The same thing as Total Profit, but expressed on a per unit basis (rather than showing total profit of the order). This allows you to see how product profitability changes with different order quantities.
  • Net Profit Margin: Here is the real-live net profit margin you could expect on this product across different order quantities & shipping methods.
  • Return on Investment (ROI): This is very similar to net profit margin, but instead shows you how efficiently you’re using your capital. This won’t be as useful when you’re first starting out, but will become very useful when you have lots of different products (and you’re looking to sell only the one that make the most sense for your business).

Keep in mind my workbook shows all of these results based on both Minimum Price (based on ‘Avg Price’) AND Ideal Price (based on ‘Desired Selling Price’).

Final Step: How to Actually Pick Your Winning Product

You’ve now done more product research than most sellers ever will. You have every piece of relevant information needed to make your decision (and none of the useless clutter that slows most people down)…

Your job now is to scroll around and compare all these products against each other, and to SELECT A WINNING PRODUCT!!!

As you’ll see by looking at your data, there are some products that simply won’t make sense. They might have extremely low profit margins / profit per unit, or they might require such large inventory orders that it’s simply out of your current budget…

All of that is fine. Because somewhere in your data, lies at LEAST one incredible product you can use to launch your business and build a new life for yourself.

Ask Yourself These Final Questions…

It’s pretty obvious at this stage how you can compare these results you’ve got, so I won’t spend much time explaining that…

Instead, I’ll give you some additional questions you may want to ask yourself to make that final choice between your winning products…

    • Is this an impulse purchase that would not require much research before buying? You want to be selling impulse purchases for your first few products (and luckily, most products in our desired price range are impulse purchases).
  • Is this product fragile or hazardous to ship? That could severely increase shipping costs & returns.
  • Do some of these products have more/less moving parts than others? More moving parts is BAD when first starting out.
  • Could the top 10 listings for this search term use improvement? Are the current sellers missing images, or could their images be improved?
  • Can I match (or exceed) the current product & listing quality of existing sellers? You want to be selling high-quality products that your customers will love (that’s where the high margins are at).
  • Is there a passionate community about this product? You might want to leverage influencers, FB Groups, and similar things in the future. A product with a thriving and excited community is better than selling something without that spark.
  • Does this product somehow encourage recurring purchases or have an obvious product pathway? The final thing I think about, is what ELSE comes AFTER each product? Are there some products on your workbook that have an obvious pathway to launching MORE products to those same customers? I like to turn my products into product LINES and BRANDS, so this is important to me…

Now – Pick Your Winning Product!

I’ve worked with over 7,000 new sellers over the past few years, and I know that THIS is the MAIN point of failure…

MOST new sellers never get past this point. They freeze up and get scared, and they go back to the 9-to-5 grind…

You MUST understand – you’ve now done more product research than almost anybody I know. You HAVE all the information you need to KNOW which products will win or lose.

The next step is for you to TAKE THE LEAP…

You must accept that there is SOME RISK INVOLVED with starting new businesses. And now it’s time for you to TAKE YOUR RISK.

I’ve given you more here than any existing successful seller had when they first got started. So now YOU NEED TO GET STARTED!

Have More Questions For Me?

This is one of my main mega-guides that I keep constantly up to date. So you can bookmark this and come back to reference it in the future 👍

If you have additional questions or confusion after reading this guide, you should do one of the following…

For continued reading and learning, here’s some awesome mega-guides that go well with this one…

That’s it – you did it! Congratulations on consuming the most advanced piece of content I’ve ever written 🎉

Let me know what you thought, and make sure to go do the damn thing!

=> Comment trouver un produit rentable à vendre ** impression t shirt
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