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Saturday, March 21, 2015

A Fun and Lucrative Business Almost Anyone Can Do by Marc Charles

7:22 AM
Hi Gang:
I've enclosed an article I wrote for International Living.
Enjoy :)

A Fun and Lucrative Business Almost Anyone Can Do
By Marc Charles
I discovered a fun and lucrative business almost anyone can do…from anywhere.
I say “almost anyone” because this is not for everybody. There’s some work involved, a knowledge curve and details that might overwhelm some people.
But, this business is fun, and you can do it “on the road”, in your spare time or work from your kitchen table if you want to.
The idea is to acquire products at deep discounts from more than a hundred countries around the world, and sell the products online at amazing markups.
The greatest obstacle when it comes to selling products online is traffic. You need tons of targeted traffic and qualified buyers (versus tire kickers). The problem is this kind of traffic costs money, unless you can piggyback sites like Amazon, ebay, CraigsList and other shopping sites.
Last week while moderating a forum I set up around this business, I was amazed how people were leveraging this business and making money.
One gentleman from Germany was importing colored computer cables at deep discounts and reselling them on technology shopping sites at huge mark ups.
A young woman, Jenny, is importing Christmas supplies and reselling them to other online retail stores. She’s doing this from her “pantry office” next to the kitchen in Calgary Alberta Canada.
The point is this is a fun and lucrative business almost anyone can do, even if you don’t have a lot of money to get started.
I also discovered a trading exchange that enables entrepreneurs to locate reputable suppliers in other countries and order from them directly instead of going through a middleman. 
I know dozens of entrepreneurs who are leveraging this neat business. You can meet them in this program I’ve developed to help you get started. 
Today, starting a business on a shoestring is much easier than it was 30 years ago—or even five years ago.
There's nothing wrong with building a big business. I’ve helped dozens of entrepreneurs and start-up ventures do it.
But when you run a business from your kitchen table, a back bedroom, or even “on the road” as your travel you can greatly reduce the downside risk and expense.
Almost anyone can do this business. Plus, the weak economy makes this business even more viable.

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