We walk through what has happened since the samples from Alibaba in China arrived. What we have learned through the process, tips we wish we knew, and what we will be doing differently in the future. Products are arriving and we are excited for all the future videos in our Private Label Playlist...
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Interesting info but the music is competing with your voice. You missed one great opportunity: show us what you are selling. “The rug tie the room together” to paraphrase the Dude, being everything full circle, a satisfying finish on your narrative journey. Also, the mic...sound off. Maybe too far from your mouth, allowing pick up more room sound.
Is "white label"when I use no label at all on a generic product or my own brand logo on a generic product ??and then is "private label"(OEM)when I have differentiated /improved/changed a generic product ...Thanking you
hi there, will you be uploading a part 5? interested to see how it all went. I'm curious as to why, If you looked so excited about it, you didn't make more videos about this process or the results. love your videos, thanks for the great info :)
Hi Tracy its Susan I just want to ask you something about Costume Logo. You mean I couldnt order my Units if I dont have any costume Logo account??? And how to open my costume loge account?? Can you answer my question please. And thank you so much for sharing your vedio.
Hello. Really enjoy your videos. I've been watching since your retail arbritage days. I'm also about to jump into Private Labeling. A few questions. How did you go out getting your packaging created? Also who did you use for creating your Logo?
I am currently thinking to start an Amazon business for my brand. Not until I hit the "shipping stone"....sigh....would you love to explain more on shipping from manufacture to freight forward(the inspection can be down in this point) to FBA warehouse.The total process gets me extremely confuse. thanks, anyone that help me with the process.... let's learn together and be great on business^_^
hello guys if you want a great supplier for clothing business (t-shirt,shorts,pants,streetwear hoddies) all are customized with very cheap price you can search ironbunny clothing in US we provide all there materials i am here to help you..I'm from Philippines Thank you all..
Maybe a silly question but... When you are requesting samples and sending a small shipment to a distributor (for example, Amazon)... are you getting the sample first before approving the small first shipment? I'm a little confused on that because you said you get a few sent to you as a sample when you order the 50 piece order...
Love your authentic way of helping beginners. Wish you were my neighbor.. Here's my question: I received my beautiful samples from China in just 13 days (including weekends) I sent my prototypes to my China manufacturer 21 days (including weekends) ago via USPS China keeps asking me where my package is. I went to USPS and learned that sometimes it takes 30 days from California to China??? No - I didn't buy a tracking number because it cost $15. more than my $22.00 shipping..So am I screwed ...is this normal from the US to China shipping time wise?. I'm so worried that all my prototypes and hard work are just lost forever :(( Thanks so much for answering !!
Could you share alittle more details about setting up a Fedex International account? How much it cost and how to go about getting Alibaba or Aliexpress to use this shipping method instead of their preferred shipping method?
Since it's private labeled, do we need to register it or to patent it? Do we need to buy a liability insurance for this product before we can sell it to Amazon? I am a private seller in Amazon, if I private label, do I need to shift to the Profesional Selling Plan?
Hi, thanks for this video. Its just what I need right now. About the samples, so in order to get a sample of an item we are interested in, we also have to buy it in bulk first? In your case, the 50 pcs? What happens if the quality is poor? And we cant private label it? What happens to the 49 pcs? I was thinking of getting samples from different company, does it mean I need to purchase a bulk order from each of these companies?
Hi Tracy, when you picked your what kind of barcodes did you have to send to your supplier UPC or FNSKU, and lets say you have 90 knives and theyre pack 30 per box, do you need 90 or the barcodes you sent them for each knife or just 3 for each box? and
Also when you shipped to amazon how did you do it?
One last question: Where do you get the Country of origin (China) stickers?
Tracy, Thank you for your detailed info. explaining your experiences, issues and just the basics of how to succeed in selling private label on Amazon. Most other Youtube videos give sketchy info. which does not walk you through the process. I realized these are usually the people who make their money selling a course on Amazon FBA for a hefty price. I want you to know that your videos have made me feel more comfortable and confident with getting started with Amazon FBA Private label and I am in debt to you for the help you have given me (making sense of this process). Your also very attractive and pleasant which adds to the invaluable information your your graciously providing. Thanks. George S.
Hey I was wondering if you had an update. Did the products end up selling well on Amazon? Did it turn a profit like you were hoping? Iam considering doing this and wanted to know how your experience is now.
Hi, thanks for this video! I'm just wondering if it's advisable to start an LLC (or any legal company) before starting this? Like, for your logo on your private label, did you just have it designed and send it or were there legal steps you needed to take? Thanks a lot!
Thank you so much for basically video documenting your journey from not knowing anything to finally doing everything yourself. Your advice and tips from your learning experience is invaluable for us beginners and is what differentiates your channel from the rest. You are learning, sharing it with us and we are learning right alongside you. Well, thanks again for the time you out into sharing your experiences with us step by step 🙏
How do you do packaging? For example, if I want to sell perfume and I want it to be in a box with my design and logo how do you go about doing that? Do you ask the supplier of your product to do it, do you ship everything to yourself and then package it? Thanks!
Is it ethical to say you have 50 distribution centers while in reality only having the purchasing ability to buy 50 units? What if they are losing money on those 50 samples because they think you have big buying power?
I would work within whatever your own comfort zone is... my three samples cost me $100. I paid a small amount for the samples, plus all the shipping, plus I placed a large order as promised... so I feel it was totally within my ethical considerations.
great info. I'm trying g to research on my own because even the cheapest course is over $600. kind of hard to start if you have to pay all this entry fees. I like the info you put out. how do you deal with customs for large orders? is it built in in the shipment? or is it extra?
When I started, I stuck with air cargo and using Fed Ex or UPS as they take care of customs for you. The small part you have to do, they will walk you through if you need help (I had them on the phone while I did my first order). China manufacturers will include this and handle this for you sometimes, just make sure you request air cargo and door to door shipping.
Hi Tracy thanks for the video. Its very informative. I am struggling as I want private labelling and Ali baba manufacturers are stating I need to order 1000+ units. Could you give me some tips on that please.
Great info but that music was really annoying and very distracting ting and made it hard to follow you. Not sure how you didn't get a headache from that awful organ playing in the background. Please leave it out for now on.
hey, I stumbled across your channel and love your stuff. I started an Amazon selling business and have found that I am doing much of the same approach as you. I'm learning a lot of new stuff from you as well, keep up the good work.
The reason why Chinese direct sellers can undercut their US wholesale customers is that the Chinese factory direct sellers don't pay customs when they send one item to the US. When you order 100 items for your FBA account then you end up paying customs and you end up competing with your supplier who can undercut you on amazon.
Marin Community Foundation and Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy.
Overall, US-born Muslims make up the largest percentage at 34% of all Muslims in the Bay Area, followed by 14% born in Pakistan, 11% in Afghanistan, 10% in India, 3% in Egypt and 2% each in Iran, Jordan, Palestine and Yemen.
Silicon Valley Pakistani-American by the Numbers:
There are 35,000 Pakistani-born Muslims in San Francisco Bay Area, or 14% of the 250,000 Muslims who call the Bay Area home, according to the study. Bay Area Muslim community constitutes 3.5 percent of the area’s total population and is one of the highest concentrations of Muslims in the country.
As of 2013, South Asian Muslims, including Pakistanis, have the highest income levels, with nearly half (49%) of them having a household income above $100,000. In comparison, those groups with the lowest proportion of household incomes above $100,000 were Hispanic Muslims (15%), Afghans (10%), and African American Muslims (10%).
The Bay Area Muslim community is very diverse in terms of race and ethnicity:
South Asians (30%)
African Americans (9%)
Asian/Pacific Islanders (7%)
Based on the survey findings, the majority of Muslims live in the following three counties:
and Contra Costa (12%)
Thousands of Pakistan-born techies are working at Apple, Cisco, Google, Intel, Oracle and hundreds of other high-tech companies from small start-ups to large Fortune 500 corporations. Pakistani-Americans are contributing to what Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee describe as "The Second Machine Age" in a recent book with the same title.