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My Top 5 Tools Used In 2016 – Number 1
First off, Happy New Year everyone and hope that 2017 brings you much success. Just remember this is not easy money and you do need a little hustle. My number one most used tool in 2016 has to be Keepa. If you tracked my internet usage over a year you would see that I refresh[…]
My Top 5 Tools Used in 2016 – Number 2
Coming in at Number 2 is the one and only break out of the year Tactical Arbitrage. During Q4 I mainly used this for finding az to az flips but it was used a lot. This one is going to be easy because we did an interview demo with the creator of TA. Enjoy and[…]
My Top 5 Tools Used In 2016 – Number 3
Coming in at Number 3 on the Most used tools list is Payability. This is the newer service for FBA Sellers that gives you daily payouts for a fee. Having to wait 2 weeks for a payout in Q4 would have killed me. With Payability I got to turn my money daily. They even pay[…]
My Top 5 Tools Used In 2016 – Number 4
Coming in at number 4 is Networking. This is the most affordable and successful tool to get to the next level. The best form of networking in my experience has been small mastermind groups. Find 3-5 sellers that you connect with and start a Facebook group. You start by having small talk and some google[…]
My Top 5 Tools Used In 2016 – Number 5
This is the first in my series of Top 5 Tools Used In 2016. Coming in at Number 5 is Revseller. I stumbled on to this tool in May. I was very late to the game and can not believe I did not find it sooner. This is a must have all in one tool.[…]
Free Q4 Mastermind Groups – BOLOs Simplified – Relaunch
Our Q4 BOLO Simplified Groups we launched in September have been a big hit so we’ve decided to open up a few more groups. Before joining the groups please read our FAQ about the program in our blog Post: Accelerate your Q4 Successs with BOLOs Simplified A couple big points with these masterminds/BOLO groups. You[…]
The Chase Sapphire Reserve Card: Is it $450 well Spent?
The travel hacking world is an absolute frenzy about the new Chase Sapphire Reserve card. Based on the buzz I’ve been seeing you’d think it was the greatest credit card to have be issued. In this blog I’m going to get into why it is a really great card and why you should consider getting[…]
BOLOs Simplified Launched!
BOLOs Simplified is live! The groups and links to sign up are below. Please only signup for one group at launch. As we open up more groups you may be permitted to sign up for multiple groups, but to start we are only allowing one group per person. RA Group – SOLD OUT OA Group – SOLD[…]
Accelerate your Q4 Success with BOLOs Simplified
Q4 is just a few weeks away and at the time of this blog Black Friday is just a mere 76 days away. We wanted to launch something that could help our Facebook group members and blog readers without costing them a lot of extra money and we’ve come up with creating BOLO mastermind groups, that[…]
Get Started with Merch by Amazon – A Live Experiment
What is Merch by Amazon Last year Amazon launched a new program called Merch by Amazon to help app developers, especially game apps, sell branded merchandise to their fan base. Creators simply upload shirt designs, add a few relevant details, and Amazon takes care of the rest. When a shirt is ordered Amazon makes the[…]