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Advanced Internet Bookselling Techniques: How to Take Your Home-Based Used Books Business to the Next Level (Volume 4) Paperback – October 18, 2014
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Grow your bookselling business without limit!
Are you ready to grow your home-based part-time business into a full-time commercial operation? If so then this book is for you! Here you'll learn how to scale your bookselling operation into a thriving enterprise while avoiding the many pitfalls of expanding a business.
This book is a modern, take-no-prisoners guide written specifically for ambitious Internet entrepreneurs who have mastered the basics of bookselling and want to accelerate the expansion of their businesses into hyper growth. Never before have so many of the closely guarded "insider secrets" of mega-bookseller's been revealed to the public.
This explosive book will teach you how to:
- Maximize your FBA profits!
- Buy bulk shipments from thrift stores!
- Safely purchase book remainders nearly risk free!
- Deploy collection bins for book donations and get FREE inventory!
- Use acquisitions to take over weaker competitors!
- Buy-out library sale overstocks!
- Price your books to maximize revenue and profits!
- Create eBay auctions that double profits!
- Lease warehouse space so you don't lose your shirt!
- Acquire new books at wholesale prices!
- Set-up a workflow that processes over 30,000 books monthly!
- Hire the best workers on the market!
- Choose intelligent software systems that squeeze every penny of profit from your inventory!
JOE WAYNICK has operated several large-scale bookselling warehouse operations since 2006 and is responsible for selling many tens of thousands of books on the Internet.
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About the Author
Joe Waynick started selling books on the Internet in 2006 part-time out of a spare room in his home. In less than a year his business out large enough to move into a commercial warehouse where he operates his business today. Since those humble beginnings he has sold tens of thousands of books on the Internet and remains a full-time online bookseller as well as a much sought-after book sales coach and consultant. Not only has his Internet business grown into more than 100,000 titles offered on Amazon.com, he has also operated a retail bookstore in Phoenix, AZ as well as a served as a wholesale supplier to other local bookstores. Joe earned a bachelors degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix and held executive management positions in two Fortune 500 corporations before striking out on his own as an entrepreneur. Now he wants to help others achieve their personal and financial dreams by teaching them his time tested techniques for operating a home-base Internet bookselling business that has the potential to earn a full-time income for those willing to “think outside of the box.” If you want to take control of your financial life and provide a better future for your family then you should consider operating your own Internet bookselling business. Your can start right from your own home with very little overhead and investment. His books, website, bookseller’s discussion group, and private one-on-one mentoring can help you succeed.
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The other books I have read on this subject have the feel of a guy who is always on the lookout for the next big "thing". Out of 7 books I have ordered on the subject of FBA selling, this is the only one I felt gave me my money's worth. The rest of you guys..... Don't call these pamphlets "books". Oh, one other exception. "Arbitrage" by Chris Green was good and it was an actual "book".