The Competitor Spy Tool: Your Handy Espionage Buddy!

Espionage tactics do not only apply to real life adversaries and wars, turns out that spying is also a common theme in the e-commerce business world. Now, when we talk about the word “spy” people often have a negative connotation attached to it. However, the truth is, if you aren’t doing it, then it is being done to you.

As the world of business evolves, so do strategies, techniques, and tactics. It is imperative that you position yourself in an area where you are ready for anything. What better way to do this than spying eh?
SLHC identifies this trend and will help you take advantage so that you are longer left in the dark with regards to what your competition is up to.

Now, instead of just relying on pure guesswork, you can now find out exactly what the competition is doing differently and why they see better results than you.
Armed with this knowledge, you can now make necessary adjustments and change the story of your business.
SLHC presents the Competitor Spy tool, which will help you legally spy on your competitors by identifying how well they are doing, what traffic they are getting and where it comes from, and what products sell best for them (even if they try to hide it, we will know)!!

The Competitor Spy tool’s interface looks fairly simple and easy to use, that’s becaue it is! All you have to do is copy and paste their best-selling products on your featured store and boost your sales.It’s that simple!

You only have to wait for a few minutes before the results come pouring in. When you spot what you’re looking for, you simply click on the “see full details” button to get the juicy run down of your the product(s) you are searching for.

We can even help you automatically find the best AliExpress suppliers for bestselling tools, so you don’t need to waste hours researching that information. Please note that traffic info is only available for bigger shops.

This tool will help to keep you in the know consistently, and as pointed out, it will save you tremendous time which could have been spent on research.
With the Competitor Spy tool, you can always be two steps ahead of the competition.

Try it out here!

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 Cyril says at 22:24 et
hi claudia.. so iam starting with FBA.Please explain more what are the common providers for air and sea shipment (like UPS, Fedex etc)? Which do door-to-door? Which are more reliable for FBA?
 
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Claudia says at 07:39 et
hi Cyril. Great question..

Actually, there are three ways, by air, by express & by sea.

By air:
1. shipped by major airlines, such as Air China, Japan Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Shenzhen Airlines, Thai Airways, Malaysia airlines, Northwest Airlines etc.
2. the goods will be shipped to airport and the client needs to do the customs clearance and pick up the goods by himself.

By express:
1. shipped by UPS, Fedex, EMS, TNT & DHL.
2. the goods will be shipped to the client's destination (door to door, such as Amazon warehouse). The express company will do the customs clearance.

By sea:
shipped by shipping company, such as Ma Shiji, COSCO, NYK, Kawasaki, Hanjin, United Arab Emirates, Sinotrans and so on.
Also can do Door to Door service.
 
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 Mike says at 22:34 et
hi David! FOB means that the seller ships the goods to the port (such as FOB Shenzhen Yantian Port), and then the remaining responsibilities (sea freight, picking up and customs clearance) will be taken by the buyer . EXW is factory price.. . It means that the seller finishes the products and the goods is placed in the warehouse and the buyer needs to pick up the goods from the seller's warehouse.
 
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Claudia says at 07:39 et
If it's your first shipment I suggest to use "door to door" to avoid delays and hassles.
 
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 Cyril says at 22:52 et
whats the pros and cons of selling your own product on shopify vs amazon??
 
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 Vin says at 21:06 et
Why retail Arbitrage SUCKS?
 
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 Emma says at 21:06 et
It does not.. And it works ok still, but it's more like OLD SCHOOL method to make money... 10 years ago it was a golden age of RA, but now more and more brands are closing their listings from piggibackers (RA crowd) so you might end up buying stock and then can't list it..
 
Claudia says at 21:07 et
For me RA is WORK... Not a passive income. If it works for you, fine. But it's not my song.
 
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 Tyro Meg says at 21:08 et
Say Vin, you buy discounted stuff in Wallmart, you sell it ... and then WHAT? You need to start all over again. It's not scalable business model. just a quick buck. I know it works for some people if you have a team of assistants helping find deals and listing them quickly.. Online arbing
 
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 Antony says at 21:47 et
Why you hate retail arbitrage so much?
 
Claudia says at 21:47 et
Anthony.. Have you watched the video about it? We don't hate it, we just say it's A JOB and hardly a passive income. Moreover brands are getting it harder and harder for you to sell their products on amazon.. More and more restricted categories will create a slow death for RA.. It's much better to get into FBA or Shopoify at this point. 10 years ago Retail arbitrage was booming but it's days are soon gone..
 
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 Wise Woman says at 21:20 et
I am starting FBA and have 2 questions..
1. What is EAN/IAN??
2. What is FNSKU?
 
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Claudia says at 21:20 et
1. It's European Article Number or International Article Number A 13 digit-10 data and 3 check -barcoding standard which is a superset of the original 12-digit Universal Product Code system.

2. Fulfillment Network Stock Keeping Unit... This number is used to identify a specific product to a specific seller within an Amazon Fulfillment Center. It's this that goes on your product as a label if you're selling FBA and not commingling
 
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 henry says at 21:21 et
sorry what is this FBA mean??
 
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Claudia says at 21:21 et
In short it works like this.. Amazon fulfillment centers pick, pack and ship a seller’s products, as well as providing customer service for products -all of this comes with a FbA fee 15-30% depending on the price
 
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 Kenga says at 21:21 et
Whats different with FBM and FBA??
 
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 Dylan says at 21:21 et
Fulfillment by Merchant - The merchant is responsible for picking, packing, and shipping the products, as well as providing customer support for the product. .. FBA is when Amazon fulfillment centers pick, pack and ship a seller’s products, as well as providing customer service for products -all of this comes with a FbA fee 15-30% depending on the price
 
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Claudia says at 21:21 et
Fulfillment by Merchant - The merchant is responsible for picking, packing, and shipping the products, as well as providing customer support for the product. .. FBA is when Amazon fulfillment centers pick, pack and ship a seller’s products, as well as providing customer service for products -all of this comes with a FbA fee 15-30% depending on the price
 
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 Abigail says at 21:22 et
Whats PL??
 
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 jo says at 21:22 et
Private label product.
 
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 Gab says at 21:36 et
Do you fullfill yourself or dropship guys?
 
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 Victor says at 21:36 et
I used to do a hybrid of both physically stocked inventory and drop shipped products. I usually dropship from warehouses based in the US so it's faster.. and international ones from CHINA.. My advice, start by dropshipping first to validate products amd test and build momentum.. once you see it sells well get fulfilling inventory on the products that sell the most!
 
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 Evan says at 21:37 et
I dropship still, nothing wrong with ALiexpress dont listen to guys who say it does not work! i am making a killing with it
 
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 Wolf says at 21:43 et
My store is ready and doing pretty well. What app to create a contest and collect emails?
 
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 Emma says at 21:43 et
Check kingsumo.. it lets set giveaway on wordpress sites. in exchange for emails.
 
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 sultan says at 21:47 et
2 questions. Love the community very helpful read..

1.Whats BSR??
2. Whats MOQ?
 
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 Uncle Sam says at 21:48 et
BSR... BSR (best sellers rank) is how well you are ranked on amazon.. the smaller the number the better!
Ideally you must be under 10,000 BSR to get 5-10 sales per day!
 
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 Lucy says at 21:48 et
MOQ minimum order quantity.. Usually 500-1000 units when doing whitelabelling..
 
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 jo says at 22:49 et
I am about to ship soon from China...do I need to put the sku on each product or just label on the boxes?
 
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 Ron says at 22:50 et
Jo, You need your bar code on each and single item, how else amazon will receive it.. FNSKU or UPC
 
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 Chris says at 22:51 et
UPC if you are brand registered with amazon. else FNSKU. You need to see the videos of the course first.
 
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 Julian says at 23:22 et
Hi Private Labelers... any tips and advised on how to find out if a product has patents, trademarks, & copyrighted
 
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 Uncle Sam says at 23:22 et
google patent search to start
 
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 Lucy says at 23:23 et
hire copyright lawyer to do a quick research. Check trademarkia.com also google your keyword and see who might be selling related to it and close to it, what domains are free etc.
 
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 Ted says at 23:34 et
hi guys! I finally reached broke the $500 per day in sales mark recently after 3 months of launch! Just wanted to thank you all for the great help you give to the community!
 
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 Lane says at 23:35 et
Congratulations Ted! that is fantastic.
 
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 little_tiger says at 23:36 et
Thanks Ted for sharing your experience with us.
 
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 Chuck says at 23:36 et
Awesome job, thx for sharing! That's my goal too!!!
 
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 tyro_meg says at 23:37 et
Congrats ted!!! thanks for sharing, very useful and inspiring for us who is starting out!
 
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 henry says at 23:38 et
very inspirational!!! $500 per day! where are you from? In my country it's a monthly salary!
 
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 Eddy says at 23:38 et
Next goal $1000/day!!! You can do it my man!
 
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 Nicholas says at 23:39 et
this is really encouraging, thank you Ted!
 
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 Father says at 23:45 et
do we really need to wait for our first product to sell at least 10 items per day as suggested ? is this still a valid benchmark to work with?
 
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 wing11 says at 23:45 et
Yes but you don't just sit and wait, you prepare your next product while promoting and launching previous ones!
 
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Jaikishin says at 03:40 et
Hi guys need help to configure the theme like the videos how do I color backgroundto the main menu and put the menu on the side bar on the collections page ? Help
 
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 Evan says at 03:41 et
In shopify go to menu Online Store - > Themes -> click customize theme.
 
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Bill says at 07:39 et
Hi everyone....I'm new here and looking forward to getting this thing off the ground! I'm hoping this course will help me decide which niche/products to use. I went to sign up for the Shopify trial and it asked for my store name....I have no idea ;-) I guess I have a lot of work to do!
 
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 Mike says at 07:39 et
Welcome Bill! Good to have you here. Take your time to watch the videos, especially about Branding to get you some ideas.