The number 1 way to scale your Amazon Online Arbitrage business is to invest in a trained Virtual Assistant. That is the best advice I have for anyone starting an Online Arbitrage business because when I did, it changed my business entirely. In this blog post I will share a number of reasons why investing in a trained Virtual Assistant is the right thing to do and where you can get one from.
If you don’t want to wait until the bottom of the page, the link to Eric’s Virtual Assistant training service is below:
When you are just starting in your Online Arbitrage business, every hour of the day is spent sourcing. It’s just what needs to happen. There is no other way around it, you need to source the products so you can get them in Amazon to start selling. Once you scale to a point where you can afford the service provided by Eric (The Owner of the Training Programme) I highly recommend it.
Here’s what the result of getting a Trained Virtual Assistant to source:
You will be a reviewer where you start to review the products your trained Virtual Assistant finds.
You will not be spending hours sourcing online or stores, you can now develop strategies and training documentation to improve the performance of you trained VA.
Your spending will increase dramatically as soon as you have a VA spending you a list of 10 products per day. Depending on the quality of your VA, you will potentially begin spending $200/300 plus per day.
More spending = higher sales. It’s as simple as that.
Receiving a list of 10 products per day will increase your products immediately.
Once you sign up, you will get an email from Eric saying you should have been redirected to a different page which you do. From there he will be asking you what you want your Virtual Assistant to do within your Online Arbitrage Business. I have shown you an example below of the email I received:
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