Another Great Product Suggestion By Our Garlic Press Smasher!

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Certain products are wonderful items to sell due to their demand and their high market value. Today, our Garlic Press Smasher has churned out one of such products – Men’s Cable ¼ Zip Sweater. Why is this item amazing?

Well… first off, talk about its aesthetic value. A lot of men are highly fashionable, this sweater is appealing and to be frank, it simply looks cool! According to the stats presented by our GPS, the top ten sellers of this product have an average of 38 reviews.

Every online retailer knows the importance of good customer feedback; we have spoken about this before. With a hot product like this, that already has a good market, there is simply no way you wouldn’t make your cool PROFIT!

Our GPS has also provided some awesome keywords, bulletproof ideas and product title suggestions for you. So, why not take advantage of this information, hop on this train and ride your way to Success?

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 sam dh says at 23:22 et
oh cool.. thx will do!! thx for the quick response! great support
 
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 Sandra says at 19:19 et
What tools do you use to count your fees?
 
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Claudia says at 19:24 et
Check Fetcher, CashCowPro and tools like that! Hope it helps! They connect directly to your amazon seller-central to fetch data and build a nice stats&charts&fees page.
 
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 Vin says at 21:10 et
If i get return for dropshipping item?
 
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Claudia says at 21:10 et
I think we replied that before.. Please use SEARCH first! Use the dropshipper's return policy.? You can use mail forwarding (virtual office) address for package forwarding..
 
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 adam says at 21:13 et
My question is related to JONAS ... So how to count long term fees??
 
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Claudia says at 21:13 et
On February 15 and August 15 of every year, FBA conducts an inventory cleanup. On these dates, inventory that has been in Amazon fulfillment centers between six and 12 months are assessed a long-term storage fee of $11.25 per cubic foot. Items that have been in fulfillment centers for 12 months or more on the inventory cleanup date are assessed a long-term storage fee of $22.50 per cubic foot. See https://sellercentral.amazon.com/gp/help/help.html/?itemID=200684750
 
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 Aria says at 21:38 et
How to get those magical discounted rates for shipping within US?
 
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 jack says at 21:38 et
Try https://apps.shopify.com/shyp (Hassle-Free Fulfillment for Shopify Sellers they have good rates), also check Shippo and Stamps.com
rates within USA are USPS under 1 pound around 6-10 usd depending on the state
Also app NetParcel, shipwizmo.com
 
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 Aria says at 21:38 et
I use Flexport for shipping to FBA. works great
 
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 Ray says at 21:44 et
What is ISF? I am confused
 
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 jack says at 21:44 et
It's Importer Security Filing.. As the importer, you are required to file some basic information before the cargo departs overseas and arrives in the US. Your freight forwarder will always taken care of this but double check always!
 
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Ricardo says at 04:48 et
HOW DO I manage customer returns?
 
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Claudia says at 04:49 et
Ricardo, in case of FBA then Amazon will handle everything (returns, refunds). In case of drop shipping, I suggest to buy a virtual forwarding address in USA where customers can send returns and it forwards it to you later.
 
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Ricardo says at 06:24 et
Thanks Claudia! , I am starting with dropshipping aliexpress and shopify. My store is about Rock Music (t-shirts and accesories) I have a fan page with +3 Million fans (fb.com/elrockescultura.org) but they are almost everyone from MEXICO, so epacket here it does not work so well, I tested posting one product, (without ads, pixel, autoresponder, analytics, chatbots, retargeting, etc) and we sold 20 items in 3 days, but 15 from Mexico. So what idea do you know around how can I will manage returns?? thank you!
 
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 Kylie says at 06:25 et
Tshirts you can ship using tspring or t-launch app for shopify or even Merch if you use amazon. you dont need to ship tshirts from china.
I suggest to post your store for critics and we all can post more suggestions. It's hard to suggest blindly.
 
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 mya says at 06:25 et
Mexico is a great market, most people dont sell there and always target USA only.
 
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Angela says at 16:31 et
Hi, I am new in e-commerce. I am trying to white label a product and I have registered a domain name so I can put in my product or products. Do I need to also Trademark the name? It appears a quite expensive exercise.
 
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 Mike says at 16:32 et
hi Angela. Please watch the video about BRANDS, it talks about it. You might not need to invest too much at this stage but later down the road you might get a trademark if your business is growing fast. However make sure you are Amazon brand registered, it's free.
 
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Gad says at 17:43 et
Hello everyone :-) my name is Gadi, and I'm a new member. Glad to meet you all , and looking forward to be part of your community :)
I would like to ask few questions:
First I'm thinking of adding a donation component to my sales. so part of the profit goes to donation. Is it sounds reasonable, regarding the expenses ?
Second - as I said I live in the UK, will it be a mistake to sell only for the UK market in order to save costs of transaction fees, and saving shipping time. I'm not sure that the thinking is correct, but as I said, I'm a newbie.. thanks, gadi
 
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 Chris says at 17:45 et
Welcome Gad! Donation component is a great way to boost your sales but it must be linked to a good cause and make sense, so that your product is somehow linked to a good story that makes sense
 
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 quirkyfox says at 17:45 et
yeah, like Bamboo product for saving trees...
 
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 Mike says at 17:46 et
hi Gad. Regarding UK question you did not explain if you do dropshipping or FBA? Anyways you can start with UK and expand!
 
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Gad says at 08:03 et
Thank you all for your comments
Regarding your question Mike, I thought about
Dropshipping at first
 
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Gad says at 08:03 et
Two more questions please :
Is there AliExpress in UK, so the shipping would be shorter ?
Second - is it possible and profitable to creat one store, and then inside to create few nitches in it ?
 
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 Mike says at 08:05 et
Gad, Aliexpress is a chinese company. They ship internationally but it's always from china. You can watch video on finding local dropshipping suppliers in your niche in UK if you want to go local route.
Regarding the store - again it depends on what you plan to sell. See my video about branding talking about small brand or more general brand to have better idea!
 
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Gad says at 04:58 et
Thanks !
 
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Claudia says at 16:10 et
Mike added new video "Canton Fair Case studies, product ideas and PRO Sellers Tips" really great insights and tips there for FBA sellers planning to go to china!
 
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 Mike says at 04:50 et
Yes, super cool trip to China https://youtu.be/jf-pF_mr1TA