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Saturday, November 21, 2015

How to Make Money on the China without Moving to Beijing by Marc Charles

How to Make Money on the China “Boom” without Moving to Beijing

7:01 AM

Dear Friend:

I realize China has seen better days. Today.....the debt, corruption, manipulations, lies, deceit and everything else is rampant. 

What's more, China has been in the news again. This time its about dumping the dollar, threatening Google and forcing a two-child limit for families.

But, one thing is NOT in jeopardy….Chinese imports and exports. Billions of people need a lot of stuff. 

On top of that, Chinese companies are bending over backwards to do business with the west, they need to move exports.

I discovered a business that taps into the China miracle with at least six things going for it:

·       It’s easy to understand (and get off the ground)

·       It doesn’t require a boatload of cash to start

·       There are no employees (unless you want them)

·       It capitalizes on a very profitable expanding market

·       There is almost NO red tape (in fact, I’ll show you a site where you can get started today with no hassle)

·       Profit potential -- huge demand market (even in the current depression)

I’m referring to importing and exporting.

Now hang on……

I know what you’ve heard.

But hear me out.

You’ve never seen this side of an import export business before.

I promise.

The proverbial bottom-line…..

You can import products for pennies or dimes on the dollar and resell them on the Internet at huge markups.

My friend Valerie Johnson started importing pajamas in 2006, with the same tools I’m showing you today, and she did more than $1 million in sales last year.

On top of that, Valerie was invited to the top Academy Awards after party to hand out her pajamas….she made life changing contacts!

You can also import products for wholesalers or retail businesses and chain stores. And you don’t have to be a retail expert or store inventory in your garage. I hate inventories because they can become obsolete overnight! That’s why Walmart uses sophisticated on-demand inventory systems.

On top of that, entrepreneurs have discovered an easy way to become a middleman (or woman) and broker deals for other companies. I love this angel!

I’ll show you how to cut through the BS and get this business up and running quickly.  

One Big Flaw in This Business

You probably heard about Chinese toy exporters in the news.

A few companies were in news because of the lead content in their toys.

One company got really hot water because a chemical converted into a dangerous drug when swallowed was found in a product called AquaDots.

Not good.

This was a terrible turn of events. Products like this should be yanked off the shelves! AquaDots and about a dozen other products were wiped from the face of the earth!

Lawsuits from stuff like this can happen. That’s a flaw.

But when you look out how many products are imported from China, these incidents are extremely rare.

What’s more, the toy market is a small slice of the multi-trillion dollar importing pie.

The demand for imported products is accelerating at breakneck speed!

And there’s no slowdown in sight.

For example, last year China became the top importer of whole milk powder.

Whole milk powder is a powder made from dried (dehydrated) milk solids.

Powdered milk has a longer shelf life than liquid milk and does not need to be refrigerated because of the low moisture content.

Anyway, China is the second largest importer of milk powder and the demand for this stuff is growing like wildfire.

Experts have said China’s imports will increase by more than 12 percent in 2012.

And that’s just the beginning!

Exporting is red hot too!

Despite all of the news about a recession and depression, Canada, Mexico, China, Brazil, and Australia are importing products from the U.S. to the tune of more than $35 billion a year, with no slowdown in site.

Combine all this with a new site called Alibaba.com.

Think of this as the Rise of Alibaba.com and the New Entrepreneurs!

Alibaba.com is the largest and most successful import/export marketplace for entrepreneurs in the world. It is currently ranked among the top 500 websites on Alexa.

But that’s not all…. Alibaba.com has more than 25 million members in 200 countries!

The company has offices in more than 30 cities in China (including Hong Kong), Europe, and the United States. And it was listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange two years ago.

Alibaba.com founder Jack Ma is planning on buying Yahoo!

Here’s what Jack said in a recent interview:

“Our focus is on helping small and medium-size companies make money. We never copied a model from the U.S., like a lot of Chinese Internet entrepreneurs did. We focused on product quality. It has to be “click and get it” …or it's rubbish.”

This is only the tip of the iceberg

Although Alibaba.com facilitates more than $5 billion in import/export transactions each year, this still leaves trillions of dollars in business on the table.

That's right: T-R-I-L-L-I-O-N-S.

The worldwide import/export market is a multi-trillion-dollar marketplace.

It’s a virtual waterfall of cash.

It is one of the great new opportunities for entrepreneurs.

But you need to understand how the game is played.

The Alibaba.com's system teaches you how to play the game better than anywhere on the Internet.

More importantly, Alibaba.com receives monster traffic with importers and exporters just like you. It is much more targeted eBay.

How to Make Money with Alibaba.com Right Now

One of the fastest ways to hit the ground running and start making money with Alibaba.com is to understand which products are already moving or in-demand.

The fastest way to find high demand products is to review the Hot Products section on Alibaba.com or Google Shopping.

The Hot Products section on Alibaba.com features products which are moving quickly.

On Google Shopping you’ll see a list of items recently searched for by consumers and purchased.

You can also identify hot products on eBay, Yahoo! Stores, Amazon.com, Overstock.com, and Newegg.com.

And don’t forget our good friend Mr. Wal-Mart. Whatever products you see listed on the main Wal-Mart.com page are probably selling like hotcakes.

As you probably know, most of the products for sale at Wal-Mart are imported from China, Vietnam and Thailand.

Here's a list of 40 top-selling, in-demand products priced under $50 on Google Shopping, Amazon.com, and Wal-Mart.com.

I’ve included generally accepted prices you could expect to pay per item when importing in bulk:

Products Priced Under $50
Import Price
Optical mouse
$1.95
Creme brulee torch
$7.50
Glowstick
$0.22
Pond pump
$8.00
Emerald ring
$2.50
Chopsticks
$0.14
Forceps
$1.95
Docking station
$2.25
Cargo pants
$5.00
Whey protein powder
$0.90 per pound
Buffalo meat
$.80 per pound
Low-rise jeans
$3.40
Olive oil
$6.00 per gallon
Running shoes
$3.35 per pair
Bumper stickers
$0.27 each (unprinted)
Skim board
$1.98
Viagra
$0.65 per tablet/generic
Mp3 player
$6.65
Lawn gnome
$2.25
Vitamins
$1.55 per bottle
Herbs and extracts
Varies
Belly button rings
$1.90
Climbing shoes
$2.90 per pair
Ladder
$4.00
Blow dryer
$3.95
Hearthrug
$2.00 each
CD burner
$6.25
Spa pump
$12.75
Sigma lens
Varies
Stationary bike
$22.00
Flip-flops
$0.95 per pair
Gold chain
Varies daily
Makeup (mascara)
$1.65 per carton
USB
$2.85
CD writer
$6.25
Aviator sunglasses
$1.55
Man's watch
$2.90
Sheepskin boots
$3.95 per pair
Balloons
$0.35 per dozen
Money clip
$0.45


Alibaba.com provides a marketplace, and facilitates the buying and selling of products like those listed above.

On Alibaba.com you can meet qualified buyers and sellers and reach agreements on pricing, delivery, insurance, and even storage (if necessary).

The profit potential of selling products like these on the Internet is staggering.
In some cases, you may have to purchase products in bulk but not always.

My preference for new entrepreneurs in this market is to start small.

Not only small in terms of the amount of money you pay for imported products and posting them on sites like eBay.

But also smaller sized products too.  Smaller products will be cheaper to import and MUCH easier to handle.

There are hundreds of ways (and places) to sell products on the Internet.
But the easiest (and least expensive) way is through sites like eBay, Amazon.com, Bing Shopping, and Yahoo! Stores.

You don’t even need a website to see on these sites.

All you have to do is list your products, watch them sell, ship them and collect the cash.

Opening an online store is super easy today too.

I opened a Yahoo! Store in less than 30 minutes.

Regards,

Marc Charles
“The King of Business Opportunities”

PS When I started out my import product of choice were ionic foot spas. I used the same techniques I told you about today. They sold on eBay like clockwork, in some cases I made more than $90 per unit! I’ve completed many deals since then, and I’m helping other entrepreneurs do it too.

(Ed Note:  Marc Charles is referred to as "The King of Business Opportunities" ....and for good reason. He should be known as "The King of Legitimate Business Opportunities"...because he's launched, bought, sold reviewed and advised on hundreds of businesses and money making opportunities. He understands legitimate opportunities. Marc has agreed supply League of Power members with crucial updates regarding legitimate business and money making opportunities.)
Action Plan
Spend 15-minutes on Alibaba.com or AliExpress.com, jot down a couple of products (where there seems to be a lot of activity).
Spend 15-minutes on eBay, Walmart.com, Newegg.com or Amazon.com.
You tell me if and where the opportunity is!
Have fun and play nice.
Valuable Resources:
Top Auction Sites  
(For Selling Imported/Exported Goods Online)

eBay

uBid

Bidz.com

Overstock.com

Yahoo! Auctions

Bing Shopping

Amazon.com Auctions

Half.com

Christie’s


Biddington’s

Liquidation.com

Taobao (China’s largest auction site)

eBay China (American products very hot)

Daily Bidz

Free Web and Blog Hosting
(For e-commerce websites and listing of your products)

DotEasy

Blogger.com

50Megs

Free Web Hosts

Alibaba.com Resources Channel

Alibaba.com Discussion Lists and Forums

Alibaba.com Tutorials

Alibaba.com A-Z

http://www.alibaba.com/help

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