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I put together a FREE PDF resource with 120 of the products that are selling like crazy everywhere right now! The resource includes links to where you can buy the products on 1688 (on 1688.com, an e-commerce platform owned by Alibaba), the list prices there, minimum order quantities, and weight (so that you can figure out the shipping and the like. Just a sliver of what's in the resource: Original memory cards at 17¥ (2.5 USD) Lace wigs at 14¥ (2 USD) Sports shoes at 28¥ (4 USD) Backpacks at 28¥ (4 USD) This resource will be invaluable to you, if you are a small business owner or would like to start a business getting goods from China online (YES YOU CAN BUY GOODS FROM CHINA ONLINE, and I have info on my website about this). Click the link below and download your copy. It's FREE! https://amtembenuzeni.com/2020-best-selling-products/
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1) Whaddya do again? We connect buyers and sellers in cities all over the US, Canada and Australia. It's the same business model as Uber, Airbnb, Alibaba and many of the most explosive and exciting businesses you, yourself, probably use—almost daily—without even realizing it. 2) How? We make small, simple websites and rank them in Google. That way, when someone searches for a local service—in a niche we're in—they find us. Click on our website. Email, call, or request a free quote. Boom. Now they're a "lead." Our custom software then automatically forwards this lead onto a business in that city (who we've chosen to partner with) and notifies 'em that the lead came from us. They'll hit 'em back. Make the sale. Do the work. Collect the money. Then give us our cut. 3) Which is? Usually we charge a small amount per lead. Maybe it's six bucks. (It'll depend on the project of course.) And our software can bill 'em in real-time, as each email and call comes through; or it'll tally it all up and charge 'em at the end of each month. Other times, we'll agree on a flat monthly fee. Maybe it's six hundred a month. (Again, it'll depend on the niche.) Or, even better, occasionally we'll do a hybrid deal. Maybe it's three hundred a month plus three bucks a lead. (Nice—now you've got guaranteed cash flow each month, plus an upside!) Either way: an average deal—based on thousands of case studies—is right around seven hundred and fifty bucks a month. 4) So that's ongoing? Yep. Mailbox money. 5) For how long? For as long as they're happy. Which should be for years to come. But the cool thing is—even if they stop paying? You still own the website. And it's still getting leads each and every day. So all you gotta do is... contact someone else in that space and make a new deal—with them. Then, go into our software, update the forwarding, and carry on. (No wonder my personal best is a two-page site that's been paying me, every 30 days, for nine-plus years! Not bad for one afternoon of "work," huh?) 6) No, but if it's that easy, why wouldn't they just do it themselves? Well, some do. They buy our training, LOL. (And if you happen to be a small business owner reading this—and you're willing to learn and implement this stuff—I recommend you do too.) But let's be real: most do not have the time or interest to do what we do. Even though it IS pretty straightforward. 7) So what happens if they already have a website? Most do. So what? It's not the website they're after. It's the results the website produces. And if theirs is buried on page four of Google and not showing up in the Maps listings, well, it's basically a digital dust collector. Not the case with ours. Ours are customer conveyor belts. And so, when every dollar they pay us makes 'em three, four, five back—guess what? They're tickled pink to rent OURS out. 8) Okay, but how do you get clients in the first place? One word: samples. (Think Costco.) We pick the niche and city, build the site, get it ranked, and—right before leads start trickling in—we call, text, email or PM a potential businesses we'd like to partner with in that city, and we say: "You cool if I send you some referrals?" And they go, "Sure, why not?" Now we set our software to route THEM the leads. Let 'em close a deal or two. Then name our price. If they decline, no worries. Onto the next one. Just keep going till we have a paying client. Then set it, forget it, and run it back in another city. (Or pick a new niche altogether.) Either way, why stop? Why not make as many as you can comfortably manage? 9) Wait, so you're saying I don't have to be great at sales? Nope. When you give, first, it's much easier to receive. Then, once you're crushing it for a few clients, the idea is, they'll tell their business buddies—and now people will start coming to YOU. 10) And I can do this from anywhere? With WiFi, yep. Your location is irrelevant. Most of my clients are thousands of miles away and I've never even met them in person. 11) Won't it get saturated if you keep telling everyone? Great question. You'd think s
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Here's a doable biz—assuming you meet these requirements: > Entrepreneur > Growth mindset > Familiar with internet marketing > Have at least 1k... for expenses Do you? If so, let's get started. 1) So what is it, right? We connect buyers and sellers in cities all over the US, Canada and Australia. It's the same business model as Uber, Airbnb, Alibaba and many of the most explosive and exciting businesses you, yourself, probably use—almost daily—without even realizing it. 2) How? We make small, simple websites and rank them in Google. That way, when someone searches for a local service—in a niche we're in—they find us. Click on our website. Email, call, or request a free quote. Boom. Now they're a "lead." Our custom software then automatically forwards this lead onto a business in that city (who we've chosen to partner with) and notifies 'em that the lead came from us. They'll hit 'em back. Make the sale. Do the work. Collect the money. Then give us our cut. 3) Which is? Usually we charge a small amount per lead. Maybe it's six bucks. (It'll depend on the project of course.) And our software can bill 'em in real-time, as each email and call comes through; or it'll tally it all up and charge 'em at the end of each month. Other times, we'll agree on a flat monthly fee. Maybe it's six hundred a month. (Again, it'll depend on the niche.) Or, even better, occasionally we'll do a hybrid deal. Maybe it's three hundred a month plus three bucks a lead. (Nice—now you've got guaranteed cash flow each month, plus an upside!) Either way: an average deal—based on thousands of case studies—is right around seven hundred and fifty bucks a month. 4) So that's ongoing? Yep. Mailbox money. 5) For how long? For as long as they're happy. Which should be for years to come. But the cool thing is—even if they stop paying? You still own the website. And it's still getting leads each and every day. So all you gotta do is... contact someone else in that space and make a new deal—with them. Then, go into our software, update the forwarding, and carry on. (No wonder my personal best is a two-page site that's been paying me, every 30 days, for nine-plus years! Not bad for one afternoon of "work," huh?) 6) No, but if it's that easy, why wouldn't they just do it themselves? Well, some do. They buy our training, LOL. (And if you happen to be a small business owner reading this—and you're willing to learn and implement this stuff—I recommend you do too.) But let's be real: most do not have the time or interest to do what we do. Even though it IS pretty straightforward. 7) So what happens if they already have a website? Most do. So what? It's not the website they're after. It's the results the website produces. And if theirs is buried on page four of Google and not showing up in the Maps listings, well, it's basically a digital dust collector. Not the case with ours. Ours are customer conveyor belts. And so, when every dollar they pay us makes 'em three, four, five back—guess what? They're tickled pink to rent OURS out. 8) Okay, but how do you get clients in the first place? One word: samples. (Think Costco.) We pick the niche and city, build the site, get it ranked, and—right before leads start trickling in—we call, text, email or PM a potential businesses we'd like to partner with in that city, and we say: "You cool if I send you some referrals?" And they go, "Sure, why not?" Now we set our software to route THEM the leads. Let 'em close a deal or two. Then name our price. If they decline, no worries. Onto the next one. Just keep going till we have a paying client. Then set it, forget it, and run it back in another city. (Or pick a new niche altogether.) Either way, why stop? Why not make as many as you can comfortably manage? 9) Wait, so you're saying I don't have to be great at sales? Nope. When you give, first, it's much easier to receive. Then, once you're crushing it for a few clients, the idea is, they'll tell their business buddies—and now people will start coming to YOU. 10) And I can do this from anywhere? With WiFi, yep. Yo
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Here's a doable biz—if you meet the requirements: > Entrepreneur > Growth mindset > Familiar with internet marketing > Have at least 1k... for expenses Is that you? If so, let's get started. 1) So what is it, right? We connect buyers and sellers in cities all over the US, Canada and Australia. It's the same business model as Uber, Airbnb, Alibaba and many of the most explosive and exciting businesses you, yourself, probably use—almost daily—without even realizing it. 2) How? We make small, simple websites and rank them in Google. That way, when someone searches for a local service—in a niche we're in—they find us. Click on our website. Email, call, or request a free quote. Boom. Now they're a "lead." Our custom software then automatically forwards this lead onto a business in that city (who we've chosen to partner with) and notifies 'em that the lead came from us. They'll hit 'em back. Make the sale. Do the work. Collect the money. Then give us our cut. 3) Which is? Usually we charge a small amount per lead. Maybe it's six bucks. (It'll depend on the project of course.) And our software can bill 'em in real-time, as each email and call comes through; or it'll tally it all up and charge 'em at the end of each month. Other times, we'll agree on a flat monthly fee. Maybe it's six hundred a month. (Again, it'll depend on the niche.) Or, even better, occasionally we'll do a hybrid deal. Maybe it's three hundred a month plus three bucks a lead. (Nice—now you've got guaranteed cash flow each month, plus an upside!) Either way: an average deal—based on thousands of case studies—is right around seven hundred and fifty bucks a month. 4) So that's ongoing? Yep. Mailbox money. 5) For how long? For as long as they're happy. Which should be for years to come. But the cool thing is—even if they stop paying? You still own the website. And it's still getting leads each and every day. So all you gotta do is... contact someone else in that space and make a new deal—with them. Then, go into our software, update the forwarding, and carry on. (No wonder my personal best is a two-page site that's been paying me, every 30 days, for nine-plus years! Not bad for one afternoon of "work," huh?) 6) No, but if it's that easy, why wouldn't they just do it themselves? Well, some do. They buy our training, LOL. (And if you happen to be a small business owner reading this—and you're willing to learn and implement this stuff—I recommend you do too.) But let's be real: most do not have the time or interest to do what we do. Even though it IS pretty straightforward. 7) So what happens if they already have a website? Most do. So what? It's not the website they're after. It's the results the website produces. And if theirs is buried on page four of Google and not showing up in the Maps listings, well, it's basically a digital dust collector. Not the case with ours. Ours are customer conveyor belts. And so, when every dollar they pay us makes 'em three, four, five back—guess what? They're tickled pink to rent OURS out. 8) Okay, but how do you get clients in the first place? One word: samples. (Think Costco.) We pick the niche and city, build the site, get it ranked, and—right before leads start trickling in—we call, text, email or PM a potential businesses we'd like to partner with in that city, and we say: "You cool if I send you some referrals?" And they go, "Sure, why not?" Now we set our software to route THEM the leads. Let 'em close a deal or two. Then name our price. If they decline, no worries. Onto the next one. Just keep going till we have a paying client. Then set it, forget it, and run it back in another city. (Or pick a new niche altogether.) Either way, why stop? Why not make as many as you can comfortably manage? 9) Wait, so you're saying I don't have to be great at sales? Nope. When you give, first, it's much easier to receive. Then, once you're crushing it for a few clients, the idea is, they'll tell their business buddies—and now people will start coming to YOU. 10) And I can do this from anywhere? With WiFi, yep. Your
Doable Biz
Here's a doable biz—if you meet the requirements: > Entrepreneur > Growth mindset > Familiar with internet marketing > Have at least 1k... for expenses Is that you? If so, let's get started. 1) So what is it, right? We connect buyers and sellers in cities all over the US, Canada and Australia. It's the same business model as Uber, Airbnb, Alibaba and many of the most explosive and exciting businesses you, yourself, probably use—almost daily—without even realizing it. 2) How? We make small, simple websites and rank them in Google. That way, when someone searches for a local service—in a niche we're in—they find us. Click on our website. Email, call, or request a free quote. Boom. Now they're a "lead." Our custom software then automatically forwards this lead onto a business in that city (who we've chosen to partner with) and notifies 'em that the lead came from us. They'll hit 'em back. Make the sale. Do the work. Collect the money. Then give us our cut. 3) Which is? Usually we charge a small amount per lead. Maybe it's six bucks. (It'll depend on the project of course.) And our software can bill 'em in real-time, as each email and call comes through; or it'll tally it all up and charge 'em at the end of each month. Other times, we'll agree on a flat monthly fee. Maybe it's six hundred a month. (Again, it'll depend on the niche.) Or, even better, occasionally we'll do a hybrid deal. Maybe it's three hundred a month plus three bucks a lead. (Nice—now you've got guaranteed cash flow each month, plus an upside!) Either way: an average deal—based on thousands of case studies—is right around seven hundred and fifty bucks a month. 4) So that's ongoing? Yep. Mailbox money. 5) For how long? For as long as they're happy. Which should be for years to come. But the cool thing is—even if they stop paying? You still own the website. And it's still getting leads each and every day. So all you gotta do is... contact someone else in that space and make a new deal—with them. Then, go into our software, update the forwarding, and carry on. (No wonder my personal best is a two-page site that's been paying me, every 30 days, for nine-plus years! Not bad for one afternoon of "work," huh?) 6) No, but if it's that easy, why wouldn't they just do it themselves? Well, some do. They buy our training, LOL. (And if you happen to be a small business owner reading this—and you're willing to learn and implement this stuff—I recommend you do too.) But let's be real: most do not have the time or interest to do what we do. Even though it IS pretty straightforward. 7) So what happens if they already have a website? Most do. So what? It's not the website they're after. It's the results the website produces. And if theirs is buried on page four of Google and not showing up in the Maps listings, well, it's basically a digital dust collector. Not the case with ours. Ours are customer conveyor belts. And so, when every dollar they pay us makes 'em three, four, five back—guess what? They're tickled pink to rent OURS out. 8) Okay, but how do you get clients in the first place? One word: samples. (Think Costco.) We pick the niche and city, build the site, get it ranked, and—right before leads start trickling in—we call, text, email or PM a potential businesses we'd like to partner with in that city, and we say: "You cool if I send you some referrals?" And they go, "Sure, why not?" Now we set our software to route THEM the leads. Let 'em close a deal or two. Then name our price. If they decline, no worries. Onto the next one. Just keep going till we have a paying client. Then set it, forget it, and run it back in another city. (Or pick a new niche altogether.) Either way, why stop? Why not make as many as you can comfortably manage? 9) Wait, so you're saying I don't have to be great at sales? Nope. When you give, first, it's much easier to receive. Then, once you're crushing it for a few clients, the idea is, they'll tell their business buddies—and now people will start coming to YOU. 10) And I can do this from anywhere? With WiFi, yep. Your
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