Book Profits Review

It is a vast world in the commerce industry, and the popularity and effectiveness of product flipping, may it be online or physical store, vary depending on market, platform, availability and scalability of the products involved. Consumer tastes change throughout time as new products and trends appear. It also means that what is profitable now might not be as profitable in the future.

And due to the trend shifts, we can always hope that there will be a rise in competition between other businesses. You’re all updated in this manner hence, you’ll be buying and selling the same stuff as the others. This makes it harder to turn a profit that counts.

The saying “there’s money on garbage” applies to this kind of business. Well, not exactly garbage, because your unused books that just sit in your garage, attic, or storage room for quite some time can be made into money. How? Jon Shugart and Luke Sample will answer it for you.

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Where can you get more books? The closest to you are your family, friends, and neighbors who have books that they already don’t use, you can buy them for bargain. Next are garage sales, Goodwill, book sale bazaars and the likes. But isn’t it too much a hassle to keep all these books in your house? So two lads had made an automated version of this to make it easier for you.

Book Profits was founded by Jon Shugart and Luke Sample in 2016. Both of them are well-known and well-respected figures in the entrepreneurial and digital marketing space. With over 20 years of experience, they’re both passionate about helping others and creating success in every individual’s life that they will encounter.

They built a group of enthusiastic eCommerce business owners who set out to create a community of people who shared the same goals, and desired to establish their own online eCommerce companies using their tested methods, programs, and tools.

Our cutting-edge business approach enables entrepreneurs to collaborate and overcome challenges that traditional eCommerce companies face. Nowadays, almost anyone with ambition can create an eCommerce company that scales infinitely.  Learn how you can use our tools, training, and community to create the business of your dreams”, says Luke.

How does their software Book Profits work? The software gathers information from a variety of websites, including Amazon itself, book marketplaces, and online merchants. A few examples of this data are book prices, sales rankings, and previous sales information.

And then the software analyzes the collected information to identify potential opportunities. It may assess variables including the price disparity between various platforms, sales velocity, and previous pricing trends. Books will be sorted out as highly profitable, profitable, or meh after it estimates each potential profits. This way, users can make an intelligent decision whether to resell the book or not.

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After all these? They will go straight to your listings on Amazon. Since it’s known that Amazon Arbitrage is product flipping at its best, you don’t need to keep the book in your house, only the profits that you’ll make will automatically come to your bank accounts. 

Have a book in mind that might be a prospect for future use? No worries, you can also check that on their software. When your gut feel tells you that “I think this book will be on demand in later years”, you can search for that specific book. Maybe because of the author, or just the contents itself make it more valuable as the year passes, grab that opportunity. It’s still an investment. 

The software is beginner-friendly, as long as you listen and incorporate what they teach in the program, you’ll be able to use it, and you can work anytime and anywhere. Be it in your house, at a beach, a coffee store, anywhere as long as you have your phone or laptop with a stable connection. Based on what I saw, the cost of the program is $3,500 with a $297 monthly fee to be able to continue using their software.

If you’re concerned about whether there is still a need for physical books, instead of the most recent popularized e-books nowadays, all I can say is that it is still user preference whether they want a physical book or an e-book. Mind you that there are still book collectors out there. If you found the rarest ones, you can’t imagine how much they’re willing to pay just to get a copy of it.

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