Stay wary of scammers. Be skeptical about paying money for courses that promise to teach you how to sell products on Amazon. For instance, in July, the Federal Trade Commission filed charges accusing Jessie Conners Tieva, a former contestant on the NBC reality show, "The Apprentice," for conning people. Allegedly, consumers paid Tieva thousands of dollars for business courses and seminars that taught them how to make money as a third-party Amazon seller.
I personally think it's not worth the efforts and time - and apparently everyone else who made it big on Amazon think the same ...because they all became "gurus" of Amazon that try to sell the KNOWLEDGE now... meaning it doesn't make them much money to actually sell on Amazon anymore (too much competition) , so they're trying now the "Mentoring" path...
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If my piece of content is so unique and valuable around hiking backpack recommendations, that other reputable outdoor websites are willing to link to it and build the page’s authority, then I’d have a very real opportunity to rank high in organic search for these search terms (meaning, my page will come up first when someone searches for hiking backpacks).
Have old electronics (smartphones, laptops, tablets, or computers) that you no longer use? Sell them on Gazelle. Search the site for the type of device you have and instantly receive an offer. Once accepted, they'll send you a pre-paid box so you can ship the device back to them. It will take a day or two to process and verify your device and then payment is issued via PayPal 3 – 5 business days later.
#5 – Etsy – This is another extremely popular online marketplace for people with crafty or vintage items to get rid of. Setting up an account is free and if your items sell, you'll get paid to Paypal instantly. Browse around to see what others post to get ideas for what you can sell there, take good pictures, and price your items very competitively to see some quick sales (and quick money).
The biggest advice I can give is to pick a small niche, set up a site and start experimenting. Make mistakes and learn from them. That’s the only way you are going to succeed. Of course, have realistic expectations. It took me more than 1-2 years to start making decent money. But the beauty of it is that once you make that first dollar, you know it works and at that point it just becomes a matter of scaling it up, working harder and smarter to scale up your business.