As you can imagine, when one is the king of Information Overload, moving off into a new venture can be tricky. My first instinct was to jump back into eBay, and jump right into Amazon FBA simultaneously. After all, as I mentioned in one of my blog posts a couple of weeks ago, the goal here is to provide security for my family, and that means building up multiple streams of income through my online business.
This is something that I want to do very quickly. The end goal is to generate enough online income, so that my wife can quit her job and spend more time at home with our son. Because of this, at times it’s been hard not to just jump into the deep end with both feet first. The one thing I am doing very differently this time around, however, is that I am forcing myself to take things more slowly. I’m continuing to work on my eBay business model, but I’m also preparing to start selling on Amazon very soon.
I’m telling you all of this because I’ve had a few online eBay friends recently comment that they were interested in Amazon, but felt that they needed to stay with eBay because that’s where they got started, and that’s still basically where their loyalty is. I can understand that, but if you’re still on the fence about coming over to the “dark side,” (what some eBay sellers like to say about Amazon) here’s what you need to know. EBay and Amazon FBA are somewhat similar, but they are also two entirely different business models. Don’t let one keep you from trying the other.
~ Until next time…