I have been on the WF for a while now, I just have not been to active on here, probably will start to be.
I started out in network marketing, and in MLM. I believe there is a learning curve in able to get the most out of internet marketing, at least to a point.
I started in 2007 with network marketing, and for some reason saw more challenges then I was hoping to. I have done a tremendous a lot of research, and my analysis is that it does take some risks, and some commitment to go all in.
I did quit for a while to digest it all in for a while, and to see what direction I would like to go into. I started having no idea where I wanted to go and what my end result was going to be.
I am now leaning toward selling physical products. I did have some minimal success using ebay.
I am considering using both Ebay and Amazon as starting points for selling physical products. I am looking to store my own inventory a little at a time. The Amazon FBA program is where I am most likely looking to begin. Mainly I am looking to buy products as low as I can and have a small inventory of my own, while also doing a fair amount of research to see what the competition is selling.
My question is what does it take to sell physical products?
Is it a good business to get into?
What are some suggestions to being successful selling physical products.
This is primarily where I am looking to start for the long haul then possibly branch off into the more traditional network marketing business model. I would love to hear what has worked for some of you and what are the pros and cons of selling physical products. Any good places to start, is the term e-commerce a good way to start a business?
I will be looking to hear from you...