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The 5 Best Online Businesses to MAKE MONEY in 2019! (Online Business Ideas)

The 5 Best Online Businesses to MAKE MONEY in 2019! (Online Business Ideas)

– Hey everybody, it’s me
Sarah here from WholesaleTed, and 2019 is officially here. It’s a new dawn, it’s a
new day, it’s a new year, and I know for many of you, you want this to be your year. This is the year that
you will quit your job, this is the year that you will get rich. And if you want to quit your job and you wanna get rich,
well, you have two options. Number one, you can play the lottery, and I actually know someone who won over $200000 playing the lottery, but it’s not what I’d recommend. Instead, what I would recommend is that you build a money-making business and that you take control of your destiny. But of course, that begs the question that I get asked a lot. Sarah, I want to start a business, but I don’t know what
sort of business to start. Which is best? Help me! And in some ways, that’s a good question, but to be honest, I hate
being asked that question, because the answer is that
there is no best business. There’s simply different business models that each have their own
advantages and disadvantages, and so the key is picking the right business model that fits you. And so, for this video,
I decided to invite six of my good friends onto this channel who all run different million
dollar online businesses, and I’ve asked them to
come onto this video and explain why they chose theirs. Some require different skills than others, some require more startup
money than others, and some have more risk than others. In other words, each business
has its own pros and cons. And so, hopefully by
the end of this video, you will be able to compare all of these different businesses and pick the one that is right for you. All right, let’s move
onto business number one. Business one, selling
wholesale products on Amazon. So, I personally think
that this business model is a fantastic twist on what is probably the oldest way that society has been making money for generations, and that is by simply reselling physical items to people. Buy an item cheaply, and then
resell it for a high price. Unfortunately for many people, while this is possibly the oldest, most reliable way to make money, in the past, it has been
very, very difficult for a lot of people to
get started doing it. Just think about how much risk traditional retail stores
normally had to take on. They had to spend money to rent a store and pay staff members to man it. Then they have to purchase
all of these items that they are stocking on their shelves. And then they have to pay for advertising to get customers into their store, and they have to pay for all of this before they open for business. What if customers don’t
come into their store? What if customers don’t like the items that they are selling? What if there’s no demand for them? There is a lot of money that people have had to traditionally risk to open a retail store. Luckily, with this
business, you get to bypass pretty much all of that risk. And as you can see, you
can scale the business to do millions of dollars a year. Here is how it works. First, what you want to do is you want to head on over to Amazon.com. Next, you want to identify products that are being sold by a
moderately popular brand that are selling very well. Now, I don’t mean that
you want to be finding mega-popular items from
billion dollar brands like these Bose headphones here. No, instead you find a
moderately popular brand like this one here, Carbquiks,
a low-carb baking mix. Now, the chances are you
haven’t heard about them before because they’re not as
big of a brand as Bose, but guess what? If we check with the Amazon Sales research tool Jungle Scout, we can see that, in the last month, 484 units of Carbquiks
were sold on Amazon, which generated over $24000 in sales. Cha-ching! It turns out that this product has a niche group of customers who love it and buy it regularly, and
so, because of the fact that the brand is only moderately popular rather than mega-popular like Bose, it has very little seller competition. Now, here is the thing, the
company that makes this, Tova Industries, they
don’t sell it on Amazon. Instead, they rely on third-party
sellers like you and I to list it in our Amazon stores. And if we click on the list
of total sales for this item, we can see that there
are currently only four, arguably three, merchants
that are selling it on Amazon, since TNGstore are fulfilling
it in two different ways. And that’s actually really
awesome, because you see, on Amazon, most customers don’t
click on the list of sellers and pick one from the
list to purchase from like we just did. No, instead, the vast,
vast majority of people use what is called the buy box. The buy box is this
big add to cart button. As you can see, right now,
if you were to click on it and add this item to your cart, you would be buying this baking mix from the seller TNGstore. So, if you, like TNGstore, are the lucky winner of the buy box, then you get to make free
sales and make free money. So, the question is,
how does Amazon choose which seller gets to win the buy box? Well, I’m gonna simplify
this a bit, but basically, Amazon looks at the
list of sellers and sees who is using something
called Fulfilled by Amazon, and who is priced the most competitively. And looking at the list, only two sellers meet this criteria. Well, what Amazon will
do is something that we in the online e-commerce industry call splitting the buy box time. So, roughly 50% of the time that a customer comes and clicks on this add to cart button, Amazon will add one of Cirdan’s items to their cart, and roughly 50% of the time, Amazon will add one of TNGstore’s items to their customer’s cart instead. Each of these sellers is probably making over $10000 a month from
this one item alone. No Facebook ads required,
no marketing required. You get to take advantage
of the fact that customers are naturally coming to Amazon
every month to buy this item. And so, what you do is you go
and contact the brand owner, Tova Industries, and open what is called a wholesale account with them. With a wholesale account, we can buy items at massively discounted rates in bulk directly from the manufacturer. And so, because of the fact that we are buying them at discounted rates directly from the manufacturer, we can go and list them
on Amazon.com for a markup and still be listing it
at a competitive price, and then we can take a slice of Carbquik’s sales for ourselves, which will be thousands of dollars. But even better, we can
automate this business to turn it into a form
of semi-passive income. So, what we do is, when
we purchase the items from Tova Industries, we don’t get them to send it to us. Instead, we’ll get them to ship it into one of Amazon’s storage
fulfillment warehouses. That way, Amazon will
store the products for us, and when a customer orders one of our Carbquiks
from us on Amazon.com, Amazon will find that item
that the customer has ordered, package it up for them, and
ship it out directly to them, which makes this business largely passive. This is called Fulfilled by Amazon. My good friends Dan and Eric, co-founder of The Wholesale Formula, make millions of dollars a
year doing this and love it. They have nicknamed this
business model reverse wholesale. Here’s their story and why they chose it. – Hey, Sarah. – Hey, everybody. – Well, over the last two years, Dan and I have sold over
$8 million on Amazon doing something we call
reverse sourcing wholesale. – The best part is our
business basically runs itself. – That’s right, we only work about four hours a week between us. – And we work whenever
and wherever we want. – Yeah, but it didn’t start that way. – Nope! – Just a few years ago, we were both working corporate jobs,
over 50 hours a week, living paycheck to paycheck. – And we wanted real financial freedom, and we were willing to put in the work. – Then one day, our boss, who was making a six figure salary, said they were quitting
to sell Amazon full-time. – We had to know more. After showing us his low-risk strategy, we started selling ourselves. – But we had to start small. See, we both had bad credit at the time and all we could get
was a $600 credit card. – We worked on our Amazon business in our spare time after work,
plus nights and weekends. – We sold nearly a million dollars a year, but we’d stretched ourselves too thin, and the time had come to make what seemed to be a risky decision. – But really, the choice was clear because we believed in our ability
and knew the model worked. – Right, so we doubled down on ourselves, we quit our jobs, a few
years later, and here we are. – It was a lot of hard work at first, but it’s given us the freedom to live life on our own terms. – Now we have time to pursue our real passion of changing lives. – We teach other entrepreneurs
our business model to create as many success
stories as possible. – Now, we’ll wrap it up there, but thank you for allowing
us to share our story. – So, while this business
requires startup capital, for Dan and Eric, the allure of having a low-risk business, combined with passive income potential opportunities, is what drew them to it. All right, let’s move
onto the second business, a very different one. Business two, promote products
with affiliate marketing. Affiliate marketing is pretty simple. It’s just a commission-based business. There are companies out there that have affiliate programs
that will reward you for recommending their products and services to other people. When you sign up for an affiliate program, you will get a unique URL
that is special to you. If you share that URL or
you advertise that URL with paid ads, and someone clicks on it and buys the product or service, then you get a commission on that sale. So, for example, I’m an affiliate
for the service Shopify. Shopify is an amazing
tool that I honestly love. It helps you build e-commerce
stores really fast. One of the more popular
videos on this channel is the step-by-step Shopify
tutorial that I created. Well, if you come to
the video description, you’ll see a link that you can click on to go to Shopify. This is an affiliate link. Shopify tracks everyone
who clicks on my link, and so every time someone purchases a Shopify subscription
after clicking on my link, I get a commission on that sale, and in the past 30 days,
I’ve made over $7700 with Shopify’s affiliate program. And so, I have with me on this video today my good friend Nick Torson. He made his fortune by
driving traffic and customers to his affiliate link using Facebook ads and not YouTube traffic like me. Here’s his story and why he
chose affiliate marketing. – [Nick] Hey everyone,
my name’s Nick Torson, and I just wanna give you a
little story of my background getting started with affiliate marketing. That’s me to the left at a
flooring job I did not enjoy. I had a real passion
about making money online, I saw a lot of other people do it, and I wanted to be like all
those other people that had the nice cars, you know,
they got to travel the world, they got to spend time with their family. I jumped around way too much. I bought course after course after course. I had the worst bright
and shiny object syndrome that I have ever heard of. And that’s when I realized that, if I were going to get anywhere, I’d have to model the success of other people who had done it before me. – And so, this is exactly what he did. He researched different affiliate programs and discovered that credit card companies have affiliate programs, and
their commissions are huge, as in you can earn over
$100 every time that someone signs up for a credit card. And so, he went to Facebook
and found other people who were running Facebook ads
to promote credit card offers. And so, he went ahead and made a better version of their
ad and their funnel, and lo and behold, he went
from making zero dollars to over $100000 a month. – [Nick] So, this is our
method in a nutshell. We start by driving traffic from Facebook to our presale page. The presale page pre-qualifies
and warms the audience so that when they get to the offer and watch the VSL, they buy the product. I spy on my competition. I find ads that are currently working and I ethically model them. I test, test, and track my results, and once I get some
data back from testing, I trim the fat, which is
killing the losing assets, and last, I optimize my assets and scale my winners to infinity. – Compared to reverse wholesale, which we just talked about earlier, you need way less
startup money to do this. But on the other hand, you
have to risk your money running Facebook ads, and
I know that a lot of people don’t like doing that. And it’s actually really funny because I know that Nick used
to not like doing this either. He started out really afraid to run Facebook ads and paid traffic. He didn’t wanna spend money on advertising only to not make any money back. And yes, in the beginning,
as he was learning the ropes, he did lose money, but
he refused to give up. He pushed on through
until he cracked the code, and now, well, he has no regrets. Business three, starting
a dropshipping store. So, of course, my subscribers
here at WholesaleTed are probably not surprised at the addition of this on the list, since this is the main business model that we teach here on this channel. Like business model number one, this is an e-commerce business where you sell physical
products, like these, online. Although, unlike that one, you need a lot less startup money. And as I’m about to show you, just one store can make you millions of dollars every year. How it works is simple. First you open an online store. Unlike traditional retail physical stores which cost hundreds of
thousands of dollars to rent each month, a Shopify store costs just $29 a month. But how do you find items
to sell on your store? Well, that’s where the
website AliExpress comes in. AliExpress is a website that
lets Chinese manufacturers list the items that they produce for sale. And so, because you’re buying it directly from the manufacturer, you’re getting them super cheap. Like, take these cat coffee spoons here. Now, if you’re a subscriber
here at WholesaleTed, you’ve probably seen me use these as an example multiple times, and the reason for that is because they’re actually an example
of a real winning item. And to be honest with you,
I’m not particularly surprised because, well, they are super, super cool. And as you can see, these spoons are selling on AliExpress for just $1.34. Well, what you do is you go ahead and relist these items in your
store for a big markup price, which you can do because
you’re getting them so cheap to begin with. You then run $5 a day
Facebook ads for this product, targeting a very specific audience, people that both love coffee
and that love their cats. And here is where the magic happens. When a customer comes to your store after clicking on your ad and buys one of your cat coffee spoons, you don’t have to have
them sitting in your house waiting for you to package them up and then for you to ship
them out to the customer. Nope, what you do is you go to AliExpress and you order the item directly from the AliExpress supplier, and you give them your customer’s address. They then package the item up and ship it out to the customer, not you. This is what dropshipping is. It’s when you list an item that a manufacturer makes
for sale in your store. When a customer buys the item, you buy it directly from the manufacturer and have them ship it
directly to your customer. No need to risk money by buying products to sell in advance. When I first started dropshipping, AliExpress didn’t exist, so it was a lot harder to
connect with these manufacturers and dropshippers back then. But now, thanks to AliExpress, anyone with grit and determination can start a dropshipping store that can be scaled to millions of dollars, just like my friend Adrian Morrison did. Here is his story and why
he chose dropshipping. – Hey, I’m Adrian Morrison, and I have been doing dropshipping now for over four years,
and we have been running multiple Shopify stores that have done millions of dollars in sales, up to $40000 in a day,
multiple six figures per month. Now, I got into dropshipping because I wanted to build a real brand, but I didn’t wanna have to
stock stuff in a warehouse, and I really didn’t wanna have to fool with shipping and handling, and I guess one of the things that really kind of drew me to it was the fact that I don’t have to pay for any of my inventory up front. See, if you buy a whole
bunch of one single product and if you don’t sell it,
you’re kinda screwed, right? With dropshipping, I can put multiple things on my website, test different niches,
different product types, and I don’t have to worry. If something doesn’t sell,
I haven’t lost any money, I just move onto the next one. My name’s Adrian Morrison,
that’s my dropshipping story, and I hope that this inspires you to start your own dropshipping business and create a successful
e-commerce journey. – And if you are
interested in learning how you can start your own dropshipping store, then you should be sure to
download our free ebook, which teaches you the six steps that six figure dropshipping stores follow to make over $10000 a month. If you would like to
get an ebook yourself, simply click on the link in
the video description below. Business four, start an online agency. So, my next friend in this video is Steve, and he runs a hands-off, semi-passive online marketing agency, with a slight specialization in SEO. And for those of you that don’t know, SEO stands for search engine optimization. See, if you come to Google and you type in how to not get sued when dropshipping, you’ll see that a blog
post from our website, WholesaleTed, is sitting at the top of the Google search results. And that’s because we’ve made some tweaks and modifications to that page so that Google will choose it over all of the other pages
out there on the internet, and those tweaks and modifications are called search engine optimization. So, true story, I actually kind of had an SEO agency at one point. It started sort of by accident after I outsourced my 9:00 to 5:00 job and automated it. It’s actually kind of a funny story that I still feel a little
bit guilty about doing. On the other hand, I think a lot of you will probably identify with me on this, so at some point, I think I’ll
probably make a video on it. But basically, during the lull between my two e-commerce stores, I had an SEO agency that
I was running on the side, and it was pretty sweet. I was making $3000 to
$5000 a month with it. What I did was I partnered with other white label SEO agencies that I found using sites
like BlackHatWorld, which was quite different back in my day. I have no idea if the
providers on BlackHatWorld are any decent these days. These agencies offered low
cost SEO maintenance packages of around $200 to $1000 a month, and honestly, they were pretty good. These companies knew that there were other agencies and individuals like me that wanted to sell SEO services to other customers and businesses, but we didn’t wanna actually
do the grunt work ourselves, so they offered these packages
as white label services so that we could resell them for them. It was a win-win. So, what I’d do is I’d go
out there to local businesses that weren’t doing so well
in the Google search results and I’d say, hey, I will increase your Google search
results, and your traffic, and your customer referrals
for a monthly fee. Now, the tricky part
here is that, usually, you need to have a huge portfolio of customer success stories,
because if you don’t, why would someone choose
to sign on with you when they could sign on
with a different agency that had tons of success stories? And that was one of the advantages of using a white label service. I was able to use their
client success stories and sign clients up for them at a super high conversion rate. And so, when a customer
signed up for their $1000 a month retainer SEO package, I’d go to the white
label agency and purchase their $300 a month package, and keep the difference in profit. Now, eventually I sold out
of that business because, the truth is is that I’m
kind of a shy person, which is why I like e-commerce so much. But Steve is a lot less shy, and Steven and his business partner have built up five
online marketing agencies that make millions of dollars a year doing what I did, reselling
white label services. Here is his story and why he
loves his business so much. – We’ve been doing
search engine management for small businesses since day one. At this point, that is reaching 15 years. Just, so what do I mean by that? We provide search engine optimization, website development,
reputation management, social media management, all to these, you know, these small local businesses like your local pizza
parlor or hair salon. And it’s one of the two
ways that I got started. The other was affiliate marketing. And, amazingly, after all this time, it’s still really the simplest and highest profit margin
business that we have in our total portfolio. We’ve got five of these that
are out there bringing in, you know, roughly $500000
or so a year in revenue. – So, for Steve, the profit margins combined with the passive nature of client monthly retainer fees are why he is still in
this business 15 later. All right, let’s move onto another very different type of business. Business five, start a
print on demand store. So, the print on demand business model actually has quite a few
similarities to dropshipping. In fact, you can do what my
friend Adrian Morrison does. He both dropships items from AliExpress and he sells custom print on
demand items in his stores. And as you can see, he has made over $3 million selling print on demand items, with his most successful being his custom designed leggings. So, for those of you that don’t know, print on demand is when
you create custom products with services that will literally print them on demand one at a time when a customer orders them. You see, there are services
out there lik Printful, Printify, and PillowProfits. They will literally take a
piece of artwork like this and then print it onto items
like t-shirts and mugs. You can then list this item for sale in an online store that you set up. And yes, setting one up
with Shopify is very easy and highly recommended. Next, you run Facebook ads
to your product promoting it. This is the ad account for my good friend Michael Shih’s print on demand store. As you can see, he spent
$3583.08 on this Facebook ad, but he made $14436.78 back. And so, when a customer
comes into your store and buys the item from you, you then go to the print on demand service and order the item. They will then produce the item, package it up, and then
ship it out to the customer, and a lot of this can be automated if you are using a Shopify store. As you can see, for a lot of people, this is a great first business because, A, it’s quite fun, and B,
just like with dropshipping, you don’t have to purchase
products in advance, although, unless you are the artist that makes the artwork,
you have to pay for the rights to use it. You can’t just come in and
copy someone else’s art. Not only is that unethical,
but it is illegal. Now, despite the fact
that my friend Michael has been in the internet
marketing industry for over eight years,
when he first discovered print on demand, he fell in love with it, and he ended up building a store that did over $1 million in a single year. Here is his story and why he loves print on demand so much. – [Michael] Hey everyone,
this is Michael Shih. I started doing internet marketing about eight years ago,
but the last four years, I’ve focused mainly on
e-commerce and print on demand. The reason why I love the
print on demand business model is because it’s easy to get started, and it doesn’t require much capital. You don’t need your own inventory or worry about warehouse space. And the best part is,
everything is automated because, once you make a sale, your
suppliers will do the rest. They will create, package,
and ship the products on your behalf, and when it
comes to customer service, you get an extra layer of protection, because if anything goes wrong, you can go directly to your
suppliers to sort it out. So, I think print on demand
will continue to grow, and it will be one of the
best business models for 2019. – So there you go, those are
my top five online businesses. Let me know in the comment section which one you like the most and which one you are
going to get started with. And if you would like
even more free training about how you can start your
own money-making business, then be sure to subscribe to WholesaleTed for more great free videos.

100 thoughts on “The 5 Best Online Businesses to MAKE MONEY in 2019! (Online Business Ideas)

  1. Which business model will YOU start this year? (Starting one that's not on the list? What is it – I'd love to know!)

  2. I feel so happy when watching your videos far away than any complements you're the best when it come to honesty and successful advices, you're really really making an oversea impact by helping me through these beautiful tutorials !!! I will make sure that all your videos get watched by me and by all of the people I know great salutation from Algeria

  3. Thanks for the video! Question: it is wise to combine drop ship items and items you also stock in one's Shopify store or is it better to keep these two separate?

  4. Thing is people are stupid. Listening to this shit. ‘I wanna make you rich’. 😆. No you’re scamming cash from sheeple. Nobody does anything for free. You can learn this yourself, without their bias.

  5. your video are the only one I don't skip to. Your restless style works. it keeps you gripped to the screem. lol!!!

  6. This whole video is pre-sale marketing. The offers are the affiliate links. This video is saying hey come to this forest where money just grows on the trees. Don't go to these trees, they will actually lose you money, but come to these trees and soon you'll be rich. What? It's like the self-help gurus. Live your life, I'll teach you how buy my book. I'm rich and successful because of these secrets. No, dude you are rich because of suckers like me that buy your book and got caught in your wonderful marketing tunnel. This video and platform is a marketing tunnel and at the end you give your money over. It's the same thing over and over when you go to look at how to do online business. And I fall for them every time. Well not today! I'M OUT!

  7. Sarah, i want your honest opinion… i live in Lebanon where shopify payment and paypal are not available… but there are other payment methods, so my question is: if i work correctly, find winning products and niches and keep testing… do i have a chance to make a successful shopify store ?

  8. What I would really love to see is….the BACK end of doing this. What I mean is, not everybody (including yourself I presume) doesn't live in the US. So…is there a video out there that explains how the taxes work on these things? How is that paid? I heard US I have to pay tax in US even though I don't live there? Does that apply to other countries. If I'm shipping to US, how the heck do I pay taxes for US? How do they even know and how do they chase it? How do I do that living in some other country. What if I'm just travelling and living somewhere temporarily for like 3 months and still working online. Do I pay taxes in my home country? My country of residence (If i have a visa with tax status etc etc).

    What if I set up multiple shops that all stock different dropshipping products? What if I have multiple Etsy shops and so on or a mix of all 5 of these businesses listed above (theoretical). Should I just set up one company for all of these and have everything come through that? Should I set up a company for EACH of these Etsy stores, and dropshipping Shopify stores and so on? Do I have some sort of parent company which brances off into other companies? Do I actually even need to register a company? Would I just be self employed if it's all just coming into my bank account?

    Then other things like, what about the names for my shops and so on, do I need to be copyrighting these or doing anything specific. Like if I open a shopify store named 'Bootsie's Boots' and an Etsy Shop named 'Cool Shades Sunglasses', do I need to register this anywhere or do some copyright protection or anything?

    Anyway, I think you get the idea. Understanding the methods and options is nice, but how about the back end business and taxing aspect? Would greatly appreciate any tips here for wannabe online entrepreneurs like myself.

    And thank you so far, all of your videos are very insightful.

  9. Hi Sarah, I'm searching for backpacks on Aliexpress and all I can see are Chinese brands – pretty sure nobody wants those – where can I find suppliers who supply the quality products like North Face? Cheers

  10. How can this drop shipping from ali express really work when I buy from them items take over a month sometimes how will your customer react to such a slow shipping time?

  11. Sarah I absolutely know what business I want to start I'm just having some trouble finding the courage do it… I just don't want to lose my savings… any advice on how to start and stop procrastinating???

  12. I just subscribed because of the great presentation you deliver. Greetings from Canada to the beautiful New Zealand people

  13. E-Commerce, Dropshipping, Affiliate Marketing, Software as a Service, Google AdSense, YouTube
    and finally >>>>> Take action ( start somewhere one step at a time )

  14. cool video, will you marry me hahahah nahh but seriously you sound pretty switched on,good on ya 🙂 im trying to do a drop ship and affilate thing with shopify at the mo,the whole thing is super hard when you havent got a technical bone in ya body ay hahaha, anyway i think the main thing is to never give up..keep up the good work

  15. SEO isn't everything. google does also check how many times your link is clicked when people use specific keywords.

  16. Hello ! How are you ? Could you please tell me where i can get the tutorial how to autopilote the shopify store? Thanks in advance

  17. Here's a question I'm sure isn't asked enough:

    Forget about millions, or even hundreds of thousands…
    If a person is tech savvy, has a great background in design and web services, and who wants to just make an extra couple hundred each week or month, is there a difference in the advice you'd give?

  18. Im sorry to say but she makes it sound so easy and affordable and so does everyone else. i wish for once someone would be 💯 and tell the people they will have to pay money to make money. with even drop ship you have to pay a fortune in fb ads or up to 100 for influencer ad.

  19. But what to do with the fact that aliexpress seller link his business info in the package it sends to your customer?

  20. Probably a stupid question, but if everyone has a Shopify "cat" store or some other popular niche, isn't there too much competition?

  21. 15:52 nope sorry, what you searched for is the exact term in your title, it's super easy for anybody to rank at the top for that term as there is no competition other than you & it has almost 0 search volume.

  22. I realy love your channel, you have a very nice sense of humor, and you are very insightful and…without sounding like a sexist, you are very beautiful also, love your smile.

  23. If I had to start dropping store my concerns would be amazon, how could I compete against that giant

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  25. Hi there. ilove your videos. It's inspiring. I want do it . Home based job and do e commerce. Just want to ask if I am from Philippines and I want to engage in dropshipping how is the payment method. Do I need us dollar account? And what if FBA?? How is it going what will be the process. Thankssss

  26. Fyea! Everyday is my day, every week is my week, not single one month is not my month and every single year is my year, to still feel poor financially. Hey, but I’m contented of what I already have, I feel enough are you? 🙂

  27. Her clips are the most generous informative videos that I have ever seen in Online business. God bless Sara انشاله

  28. I enjoy watching your videos. They'er so informative and helpful. I do have a few questions though. I have a web page through go daddy and wondering if I can use aliexpress to drop shipping for me. I have ordered through them before and was pleased. Also if done that way how will my brand label be placed on the order being mailed to the customer? Also can POD be used also this way?

  29. So, if you have 100 purchases in your DS store in one day, you have to go to Ali Express, sit and make 100 separate purchases?

  30. Hi, i am doing online business too so i know the topic. What i want to know is what do you do ? Do you have a video about you or can you make one about what do you do for living? Do you have any online business your own ? Thanks.

  31. So when someone buys something from 'your' store they get a crappy plastic sack with the manufacturers' initials on it and their trinket of course.

  32. Wow, pod sounds extremely interesting….I still plan to do a drop ship site also, but now I will try to learn more about this as well 👍

  33. I see all that Video Guy's How Many Millions you have. I want get Money to do Charity to help kids who live without parents. So maybe you want to do Same.!

  34. I try make Money on Clickbank. But no results for now. I planing get some Money 20.000and more. Go City By City. And buy and do All Myself! So I Now it's Done!

  35. I never understood why you buy Ferrari or 3.4.5 cars. But don't want help. You not take Money when you die! With you. But this few thousand can change life for someone! So if you want contact me.

  36. Hi sis!, I have a some question for me !
    Please reply my question and sorry about my bad English skills, Thanks.
    I was learned about of shopify/dropshipping from you and I got some questions. 😀
    Can I sell Gaming Chairs with my logos on shopify ? And may i get links from you( if u know about this) that is – where can i find Gaming Gadget for dropshipping, for shopify — like your eg: TUTORIAL $10,000Month with Print On Demand (By Choosing the RIGHT Designs) Printful Tutorial[1] … ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_PqkmmS-Wqw )
    Please reply me. Thanks you very much and more videos for all.

  37. The problem here in the UK and EU, is that the consumer law is heavily weighted on the customer side. Especially with the distance selling regulations.

  38. I got my business funding from lutherangrants/org .They sent me a grant of $50,000 just yesterday .

  39. I am not getting free ebook. It just takes me to your course offer page and I don't get anything in my inbox.

  40. Amazing tip. Especially the chrome plugin JUNGLE SCOUT. Do we get these insights for the FREE extension or must be PRO version? With research anyone can make money online! 🙂

  41. Sarah what online business do you recommend that is easy to learn and has a very very low start up cost for those who have no jobs like me ? I just want to borrow a little bit of money from people i know to start a small business venture & so i can have money to buy basic needs ( food, medicine for my maintenance because i have some illnesses, utilities and rent and something where i can save for future miscellaneous expenses ) and help my family

  42. I'm surprised you left out creating online courses. Afterall thats the biggest money maker period.. Teaching people how to make money teaching people how to make money. Circle jerk business.. Really well done videos though, I sent this to several of my friends who are always asking about online businesses, you really made it digestible.

  43. many ppl speak abt success in ds but noone gives us their store link to visit and see their work

  44. I've seen a lot of your videos, Sarah. They are all very, very good. Bit I would say that this one is just unbelievably valuable, a real eye opener. A big thank you for it.

  45. Hi Sarah, thank you for all the informative content that you provide us for free.. i am just curious on what are the legal requirement we need in New Zealand to start your own e-commerce business such as dropshipping?

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