Taking Advantage of China!

 

Transforming a war-torn country into a manufacturing giant capable of going head to head with America would’ve seemed like a fantasy to some people about fifty years ago. As fictitious as this sounds, this is the story of China. Today, China has done what many deemed impossible.  They have succeeded in bringing this fantasy to reality, but what does all this mean for an e-commerce business?

For upcoming and novice e-commerce marketers, working via China isn’t a faraway dream. You can take advantage of China’s ever expanding manufacturing workforce and capitalise on it to increase your production efficiency, expand your business and make more sales.

Most novices often hit an early brick wall when it comes to product sourcing; speaking in terms of manufacturing and finding suppliers. Are you one of them? Do you get perplexed or confused on how you can find a manufacturer or supplier for your product?

Well, you’re in luck. We’ve got the answers to your problems, HURRY QUICKLY! check out our new video on how to find the right suppliers for your business here http://sellslikehotcakes.co/videos.php

Don’t be left behind, learn the ropes and take advantage of China’s manufacturing culture…

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 freedom says at 21:01 et
Why to go Shopify and not WooCommerce??
 
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 Ted says at 21:01 et
Shopify Is Easier to Use, it's a turn-key solution. (hosting, ssl etc all included) + great app store to boost your sales.
WooCommerce is free opensource plugin and working with Wordpress which means you have to install and confirgure everything yourself, buy hosting, ssl separately too so there is no real saving just more headaches.
Go for shopify and jump straight into selling rather than micromanagement tech parts with WooCommerce..
 
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 Iriness says at 21:05 et
WooCommerce looks like saving but in reality you have tons of hidden costs like domain, ssl and tons of extra hassles... Why not go easy with Shopify!
 
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Claudia says at 21:05 et
I agree with Iriness!
 
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 chris says at 21:03 et
Hi friends... Is "Pet Rock" a good product to sell? seems like an eaasy winner and super original.
 
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 Rob says at 21:03 et
pet rock.. hm.. Not really.. run the numbers on the Best Seller finder.. u see most sales are made by 2-3 sellers, others are struggling. It's also too cheap of a product, Average price of the product from top 10 sellers: $13.13 (Approximate FBA fees: $2.63)
 
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 Theo says at 21:17 et
Congratulate me.. First $2000 day today selling on FBA!
 
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 Daniel says at 21:17 et
wow Theo, inspiring stuff. what do you sell??
 
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 rick says at 21:17 et
Dont ask what people say, nobody will tell you, people are afraid that you can copy cat them. Just do your research.
 
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 mya says at 21:18 et
IMPRESSIVE stuff Theo! Keep rocking!
 
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 Natalie says at 21:24 et
Should i lower the price than competition? We all sell same things. Thanks for replies
 
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 Chris says at 21:24 et
The race to the bottom is a dangerous game. Instead of lowering price try to offer unique product, a bundle, a set, to stand out from competition. You lowering the price will just make other sellers lower their price as well, and now everybody is making less profit with no added benefit.
 
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 Ted says at 21:25 et
Think of doing a bundle or a set and RISE the price, not lower it
 
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 chris says at 21:26 et
Any good ideas for bundles?
 
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 Emma says at 21:26 et
Ex Garlic press+ peeler, Salt and pepper shaker, coffee mug set for mom and dad, hammer and nails, golf gloves and golf balls, phone case + charger bank etc..
 
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 Papa says at 21:37 et
Hi guys.. Would love to know if you use paypal checkout in your shopify store, or any other checkouts in addition shopify?
 
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 chris says at 21:38 et
Paypal accounts for about 45% of our sales. I'd say 20% of conversations are coming from Amazon. Also add Stripe and they'll have a much more straightforward guest checkout with credit card.
 
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 Victor says at 21:38 et
Stripe is a way to go!
 
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 tyro_meg says at 21:48 et
Wondering if you guys and take a look at my situation? Running FB ads and getting like 200 visitors a day but zero conversions!

thanks a lot!
 
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Claudia says at 21:48 et
Seems like you are not doing it right.. check the new FB mastery bonus series in the VIDEOS.. You need to target right audience with right ads! It's really helpful stuff there.
 
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 freedom says at 21:49 et
Also about FB... FB video ads.. should i try with voice or muted?
 
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 little_tiger says at 21:49 et
Most people watch their videos muted so it has to make sense without audio. With captions too if possible.. Attention span is 15-60 seconds. Remember facebook counts a video view as something like 3 seconds so its better to ignore views and track engagement.
 
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 freedom says at 21:48 et
How to automate my FB social media posting?
 
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 jo says at 21:48 et
Try buffer.com to schedule, publish and analyze all your posts in one place
 
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 Olga says at 21:49 et
I am on FIRE!!! I Got a BIG $1200 order (100 pieces) from a customer. do you think it's fraud? How to avoid chargeback? Shopify says LOW RISK..
 
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 lou says at 21:49 et
Call them to confirm or better via email because if he still try to ask for chargeback you have prove. They could be resellers, distributing.. google map the location is real, ship to billing address .. use paypal protection also..
 
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 Kettle says at 21:50 et
you are hot olga... sorry for offtopic
 
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 Mr.A. says at 22:39 et
How's everybody else's experience with Amazon? My planned price range is in the $30 range. Maybe better $20 or $40? or $15?
 
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 Tyro Meg says at 22:40 et
Cheaper = easier to sell but harder to profit.
Expensive = harder to sell but more profit
 
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 Kylie says at 22:40 et
Stick to the golden rules. Saw the videos of the course? If your product is under $20 then BUNDLE it (or make a SET)
 
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 Caleb says at 22:55 et
You don't have to be the cheapest product to compete. My best selling products are also the most expensive products in my niche. It comes down to perceived value. If people see your price is higher, give them a reason why. Make sure your packaging is not just great, It should be amazing.
 
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 Gus says at 09:45 et
HI ROCKSTARS!!!! SUPER EXCITED! Today is my first $2000 day! I launched 2 months ago. It's spring & Summer product. (not hammock!) I'm very excited to see more!
 
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 Chris says at 09:47 et
Well done gus... the best is yet to come! like in a song!
 
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 Ted says at 09:47 et
Inspiring stuff. Thank you for sharing GUS!!!
 
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Qqq2 says at 09:51 et
May the force be with you !!!
 
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Ricardo says at 02:00 et
Hi, I have one question, maybe someone could help me: What if I work with 3 providers from Aliexpress, and I make an upsell on my store, but each product is is from a different provider. So, my customer will have this separately, will I have to tell him/her that would come in different time? (something rare that figure I think (?))

This providers offer different things for the same niche, so their product are great for an upsell for the other provider.*
 
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Claudia says at 02:05 et
I think it does not matter if all comes same or not. People are not expecting all products to be in same pack these days, you know even with amazon many times the products are shipped separately even if you order same day.
 
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Ricardo says at 12:15 et
great!!
thanks Claudia
 
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 Emma says at 02:06 et
I agree it's not a problem. If customer asks you reply that you ship from different warehouses.
 
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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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Andres says at 05:23 et
*store, or do you guys have more than one store in shopiffy?
 
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 Mia says at 05:24 et
once you have a successful store you can duplicate it into other niches!
 
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 Aria says at 05:25 et
I am opening more stores too. why limit just 1. once the stroe is up and running no need to baby sit it, just launch the next one!
 
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Pavel says at 02:17 et
What to do in case of goods return taking into consideration that delivery done to US and I am located outside of US? Does it mean that returned goods to be deliveried to my home? How I should proceed in such cases?
 
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 Alex says at 02:18 et
Hi Pavel. There is a video lesson talking about it, you can set the forwarding address in US.
 
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Pavel says at 13:27 et
Alex, thank you. Could you please indicate the name of the video.
 
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 casey says at 13:28 et
It was I think a video about the biggest problems with dropshipping and how to solve it
 
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Pavel says at 02:18 et
Any answers? It is important to know in such situations. Similar questions related to refunds. How to work with the suppliers in case of refunds? I will appreciate answers for my questions.
 
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 Violet says at 02:19 et
If you do FBA then Amazon will take care of returns and refunds.
If you do dropshipping then customer can return item to your forwarding address. If the item is cheap it's easier just refund without return.
 
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Pavel says at 13:27 et
Yes, I do understand it. Thank you. The question related to dropshipping part.
 
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Brian says at 12:19 et
I am new
 
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 Mike says at 12:20 et
hi Brian, just follow the videos as they are in the course..
http://sellslikehotcakes.co/videos.php