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Forget The Da Vinci Code which made Dan Brown millions, forget the so called hidden codes that lead to the treasures of the Pharaohs or the secret treasure of the Inca’s. What if there were a code that would ensure success on eBay or Amazon. Well there is and I am about to reveal it now!
This must be the easiest way of making real money on Amazon there is, this well known 10 digit code can make the difference between failure and success.
Amazon is a world wide brand, its core business is still books CD’s and DVD’s, the thought of even competing with them would send a shiver down most peoples spines. But you can compete and what’s more Amazon actually encourages you to do so, so why would they do that? Well Amazon deal with new stock so if you are selling the same article used (or even new if you can offer a competitive price) then you can compete.
Amazon allows you to trade in its market place selling most of the things that are sold on eBay. Amazon allow you to set the price and you can also see how much other sellers are selling the same item for, it also has the great advantage that the postal charges are set so everyone is charging the same amount. When the item sells, Amazon takes a percentage of the sale, they do not charge a listing fee. No sale no fees!
Here’s how it works, every book has an ISBN number (the 10 digit code) just try entering this number in a search and you will see all the sellers selling the same item and also the price they are selling it at. Now notice the prices, try a popular book, how about The Da Vinci Code? Selling for a few cents right, no good to us, so try this then. Academic, Hobby and Specialist books sell for much much more and the great news is they are cheaper to buy used.
So where do you find these gems, try your local charity shops, garage sales, table sales, the free ads papers. Picture this in your local charity shop, on the shelf Dan Brown and “The Geology of Scotland” selling at the same price just a dollar or two, there is no big demand in the charity shop for The Geology of Scotland no one will be queuing around the corner for this! Resale value Dan Brown a dollar or two at best, The Geology of Scotland $60 resale value. It’s a no brainer, this is a real example of a sale I made recently and there are literally hundreds of these gems to be found. All you need to do is to search them out.
Use the 10 digit code to unearth your own treasures to sell on Amazon.