Today, you might see a lot of people making money with Amazon. Well, Ben Whitmer says he’s got the secret sauce for making a boatload of cash on Amazon FBA. Guess what? He skyrocketed from zero to a cool $5 million on Amazon without even breaking a sweat.
Building a brand? Nope. Getting his hands on the products? Nah. Run ads? Nuh-uh!
His game plan? He just cozied up with the big shots like Nike, Dove, and Lululemon, and sold their stuff.
And guess what? You can totally do it too. Ben’s like, “Here’s your golden ticket to rake in some cash.”
But hold up, is Ben the real deal?
Stick around for my take on his Pro AMZ Academy.
Right around the time COVID was wreaking havoc on the world, Ben was finishing up high school with just a couple thousand dollars in the bank. Now, he’s traveling the world, playing hard and making more money than most lawyers who are still paying off their student loans.
What does Ben attribute all his success to?
Just a simple process called RADR:
Alright, get this: if you do it just like Ben says, there’s no way you won’t succeed. Seriously, you won’t be throwing away your time or the few bucks you chipped in.
So, why not shove all those doubts and negative talk into a suitcase and send them off to a place where they’ll never be found again?
Check this out: Ben’s student, James, raked in an easy $25,000 in his very first month on Amazon. And then there’s Shloimy who bagged $20,000 in his first month with Ben.
And Drew? Well, this guy splurged $8,000 on stuff here and there, all thanks to the sweet extra cash he’s got flowing in now.
But what’s the actual strategy that they’re using to make all this money?
Ben’s big tip? Start with online arbitrage. It’s like, you snag 10 Meta Quest VR Headsets from Best Buy and then – voila! – flip them on Amazon for a profit. Easy peasy.
The great thing about this process is that you only need about $500 to get started, you need to create a business name, and you can start making money almost overnight. At that point, as soon as you have a good chunk of money to work with, you can start researching products to buy in bulk from suppliers so that you can scale faster.
Ben says that you should keep your eye for just two things…
- Do people buy the product?
- Does it have good profit margins?
He also says that there’s software that you can use to research products on Amazon for products that are crushing it on the retail market. But, you’ll need to thread the needle on how much you should buy and when. Ideally you’re looking at about 2 weeks to stock up your inventory.
It’s called Amazon FBA, which stands for Fulfilled By Amazon. Basically, you’ll order your products from a supplier and have them shipped to Amazon where they’ll keep it for you.
Amazon will take the orders that come in, then pick’em… pack’em… and ship’em out. All you have to do is pay a small service fee depending on the type of products, usually categorized by “Apparel” and “Non-apparel”.
For the most part, it’s not a bad setup.
This is how Ben is making money online with Amazon selling things like:
- Video Games
- Pet Supplies
- Hand-made Bags
Can you just see yourself making $10,000 from the Legend of Zelda, $5,000 from a dog bed, or $15,000 from a Coach purse?
The thing is for me is that with dropshipping from Amazon, you have a ton of other people selling the same stuff, so competition is crazy. You also have to deal with supply chain issues from your supplier. Overall, it’s a headache, so no thanks.
Been there… Done that… Got the ulcer!