- Jun 5, 2018
Most definitely I agree that the cost of ignorance is by far the most expensive failure in business but again I wouldn’t advise anyone to dive into the pool unless they had 100% done their research and factored in all the additional costs on the way to setting up a listing or anything else along those lines.If you are trying to remember all the codes and numbers for importing, you are doing things the hard way.
For a small fee you can pay experts to handle all that for you. They don't always know those numbers but they do know how to find them easily.
If you think you that you can learn on the internet all you need to know about product sourcing and importing you are riding for a fall.
Misinformation is a wealth hazard, and the internet abounds in misinformation.
In my sourcing and importing specialty, "gurus" publish free blogs, and the information on many of them is so false, outdated, and misleading that I feel sorry for people who prefer free misinformation rather than pay a small $ cost for true, accurate, and up to date information that can save them a huge amount.
"If you think education is expensive - consider the cost of ignorance."
The remembrance of numbers was meant to be a joke due to the amount of new acronyms you learn along the way
When talking about free information I am not referring to some ‘guru’ online telling you the exact product you should sell online to become a millionaire! I am referring more to the things you can learn online like, how to set up a listing, how to take photos and edit the photos you have taken for your listing, learning the differences between certain freight options etc.
I just want to reiterate this so my original post doesn’t get taken out of context, of course everything you read online you should take with a pinch of salt because there is copious amounts of articles/videos that misinform many people into buying some ‘gurus’ course that leads to failure 90% of the time.
There is most definitely enough information on this forum to help anyone aspiring to list a product, just don’t expect people to hold your hand (well at least for free anyway) a long the way.
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