One friend was selling plastic caps for paint brushes. They are special caps I've never seen before. When painters don't want to clean their brush, the cap LOCKS over the top, you can keep the brush in there for weeks without it ever drying out. Just put the brush in and snap.
Of course now its taking off for him, and *Home Depot* will be putting it on their shelves pretty soon.
Another friend sells all natural makeup products and is doing great. Website has TONS of excellent testimonies. They recently bought a new house. Don't know what their yearly profit is, but I can TELL they're doing great.
Another friend is selling a product he made for funeral homes. Don't know what it is lol, he's been working in funeral homes his whole life. Now even HE is making good money selling his product to funeral home owners online.
Am I crazy, or is it not as hard as it seems to succeed at selling products to people online? I mean offline too you can't really neglect either. If you are educated, an outside the box thinker, creative, persistent, focused on creating the best value you can, what is really going to stop you?