Flipping Books for Profit: How to Make $4000 a Month Selling Used Books

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Do you enjoy hunting for bargains that you can buy low and sell high?

Charlie William does, and his book flipping business is proof that this business model still works.

He’s become a master deal-hunter, selling more than $9,000 worth of used books last month on Amazon. 

The best part? Anyone with access to thrift stores, yard sales, and local charity shops can get started with this side hustle for just a few bucks a month.

Drop Shipping and Digital Products on Etsy: Your Next Passive Income Stream?

Melissa MacDonald

Etsy is no longer just the marketplace of handmade crafts! Yes, you can sell digital products like printables and even drop ship physical goods without ever touching your inventory.

We haven’t really discussed Etsy in detail for a while. But I thought it was time to take a closer look at this platform again, as it’s seen tremendous growth in recent years.

341: How to Make Money with Wholesale Bundles on Amazon FBA

Amy Feierman and Kristin Ostrander of MommyIncome.com have generated over $2 million in sales on Amazon over the last 12 months – not through retail arbitrage, not with FBA, but with a unique strategy that has high margins and lower costs per sale.

What are they selling on Amazon?

Bundles — Think shampoo and conditioner, peanut and butter, or any 2-6 products that compliment each other and provide some added value and convenience to the buyer.

336: Direct to Consumer Product Research – How to Find Your Next Profitable Product

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“Everyone is researching a product, I’m telling you to research a problem,” Chad told me.Chad Rubin runs ThinkCrucial.com, a profitable e-commerce business that he’s built by selling products that solve a pain point for people while following a direct-to-consumer strategy that lets him source and sell in-demand products efficiently and inexpensively.

Reselling Shoes: How I Make $10,000 a Month Flipping Sneakers

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After spending hours of research and using the little money that I had saved, I bought my first pair of shoes to resell. It was a pair of Jordans that I bought for $190. I sold them hours later for $300 — an $80 profit after shipping and fees.

It was the quickest and easiest money I had ever made. I had finally found a product that met all of my criteria: high ticket items with good margins that sold quickly. Sneakers checked those boxes very nicely.

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