The Weekly 5 – July 19, 2016

In case you forgot about the format….

  1. I will provide you with a list of blogs, books, articles, videos, etc that can help you improve your knowledge as an Amazon seller.
  2. You will try your best to take some time to actually sit back and learn.
  3. Then we will repeat each week

Sound easy doesn’t it? That’s exactly what I hope this to be!


Item #1 – Low Cost Business Ideas

In every video that I do, I always stress that multiple streams of income is the key to financial freedom and stability. In my readings this week, I came across a great little blog post from that showcases a ton of low cost business ideas. I think you will enjoy it 🙂

You can read the article here:


Item #2 – Top 10 Tips For Using A Product List

I was going through my typical blog routine and came across this post from Jessica Larrew. Since we do a lot of these “lists,” I wanted to share a different perspective on how to use them to make money. I read through it and couldn’t agree more with the tips provided.

Check out the post here:


Item #3 – Amazon to Amazon Flips Training

As you all know, most of the training we do here on FBA Master is free or for charity. That being said, it is not a in-depth as some paid coaching options out there. If that is something you are interested in, Chris Anderson (and yes we have been through his coaching sessions and think they are top notch) is doing some extremely affordable coaching in the world of Amazon to Amazon flips.

Learn more here:


Item #4 – Live Deal Finding Session with Chris Wilkey

I went back in the archives for this one, but it’s a goodie! This session was from about a year ago and it is incredible to me the difference a year makes in the deals and technology that we use for sourcing. There are a ton of great lessons to be learned from this hour long session and I think you will be happy you took the time to sit down and watch it.



Item #5 – Pokemon Go!

I know that most of you reading this have heard of the latest mobile app craze – Pokemon Go. Instead of saying that I still don’t understand the point of the game, I’m taking a slightly different approach. Take a look at Nintendo and what their Q4 game plan will be. How can you take advantage of the surge in users on Pokemon Go to get big profits for the rest of the year? I don’t know the exact answer, but the article below might shed a little light on something I’m going to keep an eye on for the rest of the year.

Read the full article here:


Until next week,


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