Learn How Simple Handy tools can fetch you some SERIOUS Cash!

What’s up guys!

It’s a new month again and we are so close to the Yuletide and the Holiday Season.
It is only fitting that we refresh our think bank with fresh and new ideas!
The Sells like hot cakes’ GPS is just the right tool for the job.

Today, we’ll be looking at a new kind of product with so much potential, it may very well be underestimated. In our usual fashion of investigating products, we’ll let bias and sentiment go to the side and allow the facts to speak for themselves.
We’ll be looking at MLTOOLS Pliers Cutters Organizer, AKA The Plier Rack!

Pliers are hand-held tools used for holding objects firmly or grabbing and turning them. They have a wide of applications and can be used at home or by professionals to carry out installations or repair.
So why is it good to consider selling this product?
Well… as aforementioned, we will allow the facts speak for itself.
The GPS will help us in this regard.

Checking out the sales stats, we can see that the Total sales volume of top 10 sellers/month: 4463, while the average top 10 sellers are selling 496 units per month!
These are impressive numbers, and they indicate that this product is profit viable!
Okay, maybe you’re now thinking about doing further research on title ideas, keywords, and bullet points? Do not fret, the GPS is here to the rescue. Below, you can check cool title ideas, keyword, and bullet point suggestions.


If you are in dire need of a new idea to spark things up in your business, then you should consider adding new merchandise to your store, and the handy plier rack could just be the right thing you need to bring life back into your store! Perhaps you still aren’t feeling the Pliers, then you can check out the GPS tool and use it yourself until you find a cool product that resonates. You can check out the GPS for yourself right here.

For those who are new, GPS is an acronym for the Garlic Press Smasher! A sells like hot cakes’ tool specifically designed to help out with fresh product ideas and even do some basic product research on those ideas. The GPS simplifies things for the seller, ensuring you are equipped with the right knowledge before embarking on any new product!

Have a wonderful week guys!

Remember to keep pushing ahead; there is still so much you can achieve.
Don’t be deceived, the sky isn’t the limit.
Reach for the stars!

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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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 Elena76 says at 21:09 et
if i dont speak good english wehere i can hire some writers to help me wiht copyrightings?
 
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Claudia says at 21:09 et
Check hirewriters.com freelancer.com and upwork!
on fiver there are specific gigs on writing the amazon product descriptions even.
 
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 Theo says at 21:10 et
fiverr.com is good enough if you are just starting Elena... Dont overpay!
 
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 Eddy says at 21:12 et
I find it super difficult to find a local dropshipper with lower cost compared to the competitors on amazon.com , I have like 4 wholesellers with different products most of them are expensier than those on amazon is it possible to find cheapers ones??
 
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Claudia says at 21:12 et
That's why doing it on Shopify makes more sense, like the course is teaching.. So that you can mark up prices higher and no competition or related products are shown!
Also I believe it's possible to find products with better profit margins on Amazon. also remember you can still bundle it!
I think having an amazon dropship business could be helpful for a lot of ppl? but shopify is a way to go to start it. Amazon still better for FBA!
 
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 sultan says at 21:16 et
I'm new here.. Quick one.. What's FOB ??
 
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Claudia says at 21:16 et
"Free On Board" is a term in international commercial law specifying at what point respective obligations, costs, and risk involved in the delivery of goods shift from the seller to the buyer. Indicating "FOB port" means that the seller pays for transportation of the goods to the port of shipment, plus loading costs. The buyer pays cost of marine freight transport, insurance, unloading, and transportation from the arrival port to the final destination. The passing of risks occurs when the goods are loaded on board at the port of shipment.
 
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 bitmap says at 15:14 et
great course, love every minute of it!! please do more videos about facebook ads!
 
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Claudia says at 15:15 et
will do! we have facebook mastery bonus coming soon! awesome stuff
 
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william says at 02:26 et
? I have went thew 4 of the 4 videos in Module 1, my question is should I go back and work one module and work that one before going to the next one is this how this work
 
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 Mike says at 02:27 et
Well, it's best to finish full module so you have a big picture of tools that you can use and full understanding of the structure, and then implement it!
 
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 Speedy says at 02:35 et
i agree with mike. but in some videos where they show specific apps, it's good to install those apps when you already have a store installed , or just re-visit the video again later! Cheerssssss
 
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william says at 01:07 et
thank MIKE WILL DO
 
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Alessandro says at 08:58 et
Hi to all, I'm new here. I was thinking about starting an action figure store, but I don't think items from Aliexpress are original. Is it a problem for collectors?
Thanks so much.
 
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 Good Vic says at 09:00 et
I see pretty big choice for action figures on aliexpress. but you need to decide for whom are you selling? if you are selling 10-15 usd action figure for kids they dont care if they are "original or not". if you sell memorabilia for collectors then you can charge premium and drop ship from other marketplaces as well.
 
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 Gab says at 09:08 et
Alessandro you can even dropship from ebay and amazon as well for your store. I see the prices start from 5-15 usd for basic action figures toys and 50-100 for "high end" more quality figures
 
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Sathaporn says at 12:15 et
Can someone give me advice for our address office & telephone number in USA? and how much the pricing?
Thank you!!
 
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 wing11 says at 12:16 et
There is a video about it covering it in detail. It's called "How to INCREASE the CREDIBILITY of your store and BOOSTS your SALES" in shopify mastery section
 
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Sathaporn says at 06:16 et
Thank you!!
 
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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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Zaharey says at 05:23 et
Hi Claudia..

Does your store (mybestfriend.store) is Everything Store or Niche Specific Store?
 
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Claudia says at 05:24 et
It's "everything dog related store". Niche specific store would be "Dog's Frisby Store" "Pug Toy Store" or "Dog Halloween Store"
 
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Bill says at 08:19 et
So Im new....still doing research for a niche...what I'm finding is using the Hotcakes competitor spy tool, when I do find something that I might like to sell I find out the competitor didn't get it from Aliexpress. This happens more often that not with the biggest Shopify stores. What other dropshipper might they be using?
 
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 Mike says at 08:20 et
It does not have to be only Aliexpress. Check the local dropshipping supplier video, you can also find local suppliers!
 
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sol says at 07:45 et
a succesful PL brand however i would like to know which tools are the most valuble in hereis it the bullet point tool,? someone please share
 
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 Emili says at 07:45 et
Welcome sol.. depends what are you trying to achieve and improve?
 
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dilini says at 19:04 et
hi, i am sri lankan. In sri lanka it is not allowed paypal and stripe still. for that i can use local intrenational payment gateway. But is there any option by opening amrican bank account to connect to world wide accept IPG? Thanks..
 
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 Kylie says at 19:13 et
also search for local facebook groups, there must be people from sri lanka doing shopify and you can join them as well to get some local advice!