I interview four practitioners of online book arbitrage, and ask: What’s the best trick you’re willing to share?
Three things today:
- Free report: “Online Book Arbitrage: The interviews” (PDF)
- There are no words. Just check this out.
It’s an online book arbitrage-themed week.
You either love it or you hate it.
Over 450 people showed up for my free webinar recently, on the subject of online book arbitrage. It ran 2.5 hours (including 90 minutes of Q&A and other shenanigans). I’m not posting the recording or doing any replays, but if you missed it, I have some good news. (More on that in a second.)
Previously I “came out” about my journey going into this little-known but emerging practice of buying cheap books online, and selling them at a much higher price with Fulfillment by
Even though this “buy low online, sell high FBA” thing felt new to me when I started, turns out I’m hardly a pioneer. Quite a few people came out of the woodwork and introduced themselves to me since I began talking about it in recent weeks.
And four of them were generous enough to answer a few questions for this report.
Hope this gets the gears turning. Here it is:
If you missed the webinar
This is just insane
Something this serious doesn’t need to be hyped. I consider Zen Arbitrage the biggest thing to happen to book sourcing since the scanning app.
If you have any interest in sourcing books in your pajamas, click on the banner below, scroll down a little, and watch the 4 minute video. Seriously.
Also, claim your free book: