Jim Cockrum – Proven Private Label 2.0 Mentoring Program
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There’s a better way – and we can prove it.
- Apply Proven Performance Inventory principles to find In-Demand products that are currently not on Amazon
- Find and contact potential suppliers
- Get your logo designed and packaging created
- Create a powerful product listing that sells
- Launch product after product using the private label the easy way formula
- Get your first sales and reviews to create momentum
- And much more!
take you step by step from zero to your very own product?
or have a handful of hot products before the next fourth quarter hits!
- Where do I start?
- How long does it take?
- How do I choose a product?
- How do I find the right company or person to develop it?
- Do I need a logo?
- Is this a good deal?
- How do I get buyers?
to establish your own Private Label products for your business.
Benefit #1We will expose you to new revenue streams that you can create with every Private Label product you develop.
Benefit #2You will learn how you can have a never ending supply of inventory and with NO COMPETITION.
Benefit #3You will be able to take control of your inventory pricing back from your competitors and put it in your hands.
Benefit #4We will walk you through step-by-step. Every lesson is outlined with the easy to understand instructions, along with the homework lessons, so you can implement what you have learned right away.
Benefit #5You will be part of a supportive community of experienced experts and online sellers. In other words… you aren’t going it alone!
Module 1: The Why of Private Label and How to Plan for Your Private Label Journey
Module 2: How to Choose Your Product
Module 3: How to Find and Contact Suppliers
Module 4: Placing Your Order and Creating Your Product Listing
Module 5: Launching Your Product and Getting Sales
Module 6: Advanced Private Label Strategies
and immediately actionable with “here’s what to do next” steps.
- Lesson #1: Introduction
- Lesson #2: Private Label Explained
- Lesson #3: Why We Love Private Label
- Lesson #4: Developing YOUR Private Label Strategy
- Lesson #5: Developing YOUR Private Label Goals
- Lesson #6: Determine YOUR Private Label Budget
- Lesson #7: Choosing a Product Overview
- Lesson #8: Choosing a Product-Driven Item
- Lesson #9: Choosing a Customer-Driven Item
- Lesson #10: Validating Your Product For Private Label
- Lesson #11: Finding Suppliers
- Lesson #12: Contacting Suppliers for Private Label
- Lesson #13: What if your Product is Only Available Overseas?
- Lesson #14: Test Your Product
- Lesson #15: Brand Name, Logos, and Packaging
- Lesson #16: Placing your First Order and Crafting a Killer Listing
- Lesson #17: Receiving your Order
- Lesson #18: Sales and Reviews
- Lesson #19: Maintaining Inventory Levels
- Lesson #20: Wash. Rinse. Repeat.
Marketing – Sales online course
More information about Marketing – Sales:
Marketing is the study and management of exchange relationships. It is the business process of creating relationships with and satisfying customers.
Because marketing is used to attract customers, it is one of the primary components of business management and commerce.
Marketers can direct product to other businesses (B2B marketing) or directly to consumers (B2C marketing).
Regardless of who is being marketed to, several factors, including the perspective the marketers will use.
These market orientations determine how marketers will approach the planning stage of marketing. This leads into the marketing mix, which outlines the specifics of the product and how it will be sold.
This can in turn, be affected by the environment surrounding the product , the results of marketing research and market research, and the characteristics of the product’s target market.
Once these factors are determined, marketers must then decide what methods will be used to market the product.
This decision is based on the factors analyzed in the planning stage as well as where the product is in the product life cycle.
Sales are activities related to selling or the number of goods or services sold in a given time period.
The seller, or the provider of the goods or services, completes a sale in response to an acquisition, appropriation, requisition, or a direct interaction with the buyer at the point of sale.
There is a passing of title (property or ownership) of the item, and the settlement of a price, in which agreement is reached on a price for which transfer of ownership of the item will occur.
The seller, not the purchaser, typically executes the sale and it may be completed prior to the obligation of payment. In the case of indirect interaction,
A person who sells goods or service on behalf of the owner is known as a salesman or saleswoman or salesperson, but this often refers to someone selling goods in a store/shop,
In which case other terms are also common, including salesclerk, shop assistant, and retail clerk.