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jovall49
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20 Jan 12 05:52:02 pm
i have been on SaleHoo for 24hrs now can anyone tell me how i buy or find suppliers that sell lower prices to sell on amazon every item i choose seems to be lower on amazon

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fudjj
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21 Jan 12 05:13:10 am
This is a question we see quite a lot, and the answer is quite simple. As with eBay, you will find a lot of different sellers on these very popular platform. Everyone from small mum and dad sellers, right through to big business sellers.

You have to compare apples with apples. If you are looking at drop shipping prices up against sellers who are buying in large volume and selling on thin margins, then you have zero chance of finding a price that will match them, let alone one that will allow you to compete.

If you have the money available to buy in a volume that will allow you to get the big wholesale volume discount, then you can compete against most sellers on Amazon and eBay. That said, most of us don't have the cash flow available to us, so drop shipping is an avenue that we exploit.

To exploit drop shipping effectively, you need to find product markets that will allow you to do so.

Cheers


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nearbyexpress
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27 Jan 12 06:34:03 am
i have been on SaleHoo for 24hrs now can anyone tell me how i buy or find suppliers that sell lower prices to sell on amazon every item i choose seems to be lower on amazon


I think www.nearbyexpress.com is a good choice for you. we are based in china, and have warehouse in USA, Germany and Hongkong. so you can choose different warehouse flexibly. Moreover, we have dropship service. If you want to know more about us, pls contact me at : shirley@nearbyexpress.com

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wholesalejoe
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27 Jan 12 01:33:07 pm
Always keep in mind the profit of the customer is not always on the first order. Often many internet sellers sell on AMAZON or EBAY at a loss to get the customer relationship started and the profit is often generated over the life cycle of the supplier and customer relationship in repeat sales or upsells of warranties and or complementing products


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27 Jan 12 05:05:29 pm
i have been on SaleHoo for 24hrs now can anyone tell me how i buy or find suppliers that sell lower prices to sell on amazon every item i choose seems to be lower on amazon


Hi,
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We have many Amazon resellers who make a terrific profit selling our merchandise.
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27 Jan 12 05:22:06 pm

Always keep in mind the profit of the customer is not always on the first order. Often many internet sellers sell on AMAZON or EBAY at a loss to get the customer relationship started and the profit is often generated over the life cycle of the supplier and customer relationship in repeat sales or upsells of warranties and or complementing products


Joe makes a very good point that I think is lost on a lot of new sellers. Many volume sellers make little to no profit on new customers; the profits come in ancillary sales, upsells, and in customer retention.


Frank


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