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How to Discover HOT-SELLING Products to Import For Maximum Profits

You hear all the time about the success people are having by finding and selling one or more items may be on Jumia, Konga, Kaymu and others but you don’t know if you’ll have the same luck or not.

Well, if you’rea mini importer or a potential importer looking for how to spot hot selling items to earn extra money with here in Nigeria then below are some of my best tips and a few things you should know:

To be candy, the market is somehow competitive, but there are ways around it, it’s advisable to check through any eCommerce website that you would be listing your products for sale, and carefully observe which of their product is doing well, conduct a price survey, comparing the price of the product on Jumia/Konga, and other popular stores in Nigeria, with the price tag from where you will be importing yours from, the intention of this survey is to search for products that you can ship in at a relatively cheap price compared to what Konka/Jumia is selling, this allows you to carefully decide on what product to ship.

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It’s strictly inadvisable to import brand name(trademark) products with the intention of selling them for huge profits, mostly because the return on investment  would be almost zero because some of these companies like HP, Apple, Nokia, Samsung etc. connects directly with Jumia, Konga, kaymu and the rest of them hence they deliver their products at a reasonable price, so it might be difficult for you to break even.

Therefore, it’s advisable to think along the line of what an average man in the street would use on daily basis, something not too expensive, but yet significant, example of which includes clothes (club/country jersey included), wristwatch, wristband, shoes, human hair etc. the list is endless, so Import items that are original but cheap and are basically used daily.

When you follow this simple and short strategy, there is no reason why you can’t be a top rated seller on Jumia, Konga and Kaymu …  and start seeing some nice, consistent income on a regular basis!

There are other tips and strategies you need to know in doing mini importation business in Nigeria scam-free.

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So, if you want to Discover WHERE and HOW to Buy Directly from Manufacturers in “3” Still-Highly Secretive Websites Cheaply, Safely – and a Simple But Helpful TOOLS and Tactics you can use to Communicate with Suppliers easily to Make Your Import Business Wildly Profitable That No Other Import Guide Teaches You!

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About Basil Ita

I’m Basil Ita Ekuson, a freelancer, a blogger with a passion for research. The owner of basilita.com. Basil Ita mainly addresses the needs of small business owners that want to maximize their online visibility via internet marketing specifically solo ads, blogging, content marketing, SEO, social media marketing, visual marketing and affiliate marketing. Via this particular blog, I share my thoughts on HOW TO related issues, and some TIPS. My goal is to help as many people as I can to live laptop fantasy lifestyle… Feel free to drop me a line or ask me a question!

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