Long time, huh?

I haven’t written a single word on this page for quite a while… My last post dates from March 28, 2015.

Crazy, huh?

Anyways, the good news is that I’m back…

I’m sure you don’t want to read the boring story on how I discovered a new source of passive income that in a near future will give me the freedom and money to change the world, do you?

Haha… I’m joking, I know you do.

Let’s start from the beginning.

(Warning: Please be ready for a sort of a long post… Or if you’re lazy scroll down to the bottom to read the summary)

So, it all started a sunny Sunday morning one of my first students hit me up on Facebook.

Little did I know that this random conversation will start a very profitable partnership that would make me move completely out of Solo Ads.

And I’m glad I did…

Make no mistake, there’s money to be made selling solo ads (and for some of my former clients, even buying solo ads was profitable), but I didn’t want to spend my life blasting promotions and other stuff to my list.

It was just a personal choice, by the way.

Enter Amazon

Amazon is profitable… period.

But you don’t need to take my word for granted, check out this graphic:

survey

According to webretailer.com, Amazon sellers are doing pretty good, 36% of the sample they took made between $100K – $1M per year, and 51% sold more than $100k per year.

Of course, that doesn’t mean that every average joe that list a product on Amazon is going to kill it.

There are some people who won’t make a dime, like in any other business.

But that can give you an idea of what is the potential of this business.

If you have some minutes, check that report from webretailer.com it’s pretty insightful.

Now, back in the day when I started off (around 2 years ago), I didn’t know how profitable Amazon could be, I just decided to get in as a way to diversify my income.

I also started a couple more business ideas, that tanked.

Anyways, let me show you a screenshot from one year ago:

amazon sales

I don’t know about you, but for me these are sexy numbers.

And you can see how every month it gets better and better.

The secret is basically to keep rolling out new products all the time.

You just need to be wise and reinvest your profits.

And now thanks to this income I can do some cool stuff… Other than travel and shopping with the family hehe.

I’ll share more about those things on a later post, for now all I know is that I can finally be an change agent.

And hopefully some day I’ll be able to change the world, in some way, shape or form… I still don’t know how, but I know I will.

Summary (stop here you lazy bum)

In a nutshell, I found a more interesting business model, I’m having fun with it and it has the potential to change the world … the end! 🙂

So, I was wondering if you may have some questions about Amazon that you’d like me to answer, if that’s so, please leave a comment below.

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Lenin Govea
Lenin Govea

Lenin Govea has been online for more than 7 years. After he broke the code of how to make money online he decided to share his thoughts with everyone who needs some piece of advice to get on to the fast track toward financial independence.

    6 replies to "Why Did I Quit Solo Ads And Decided To Change The World…?"

    • Tim Cronin

      So are u doing your own branded sourced products, or wholesaling on Amazon? Or both? Just wondering if you’re going to give some training or tips on how to get going on Amazon.

      • Lenin Govea

        Hey Buddy, exactly,I want to know if you guys are interested on Amazon and what questions do you have… so I can create the content for ya!

    • Thomas

      Great post. I also quitted solo ads to try out Amazon FBA. So far only a little success. I would like some great stragies on marketing as well as sponsored ads.

      • Lenin Govea

        Hey Thomas, awesome dude!

        Sure thing, I’ll prepare something about sponsored ads.

        Stay tuned

    • Tom

      Well..you kinda leave us hanging here…lol. What do you do on Amazon? How can I use it to make money? What is needed? Costs?

      • Lenin Govea

        Hey Tom, yeah, that was the idea! lol

        I’ll give you more details on a new post that I’ll publish today.

        Don’t worry, if you’re part of my list I’ll let you know when the content is up.

        Thanks for stopping by.

        Lenin

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