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ServaisSays, Issue #030 -- DS Domination Is Changing the Way People Live
August 20, 2014

DS Domination Is Changing the Way People Live

A few months ago, I found an interesting business opportunity called DS Domination DS Domination that I'm having a lot of fun with right now. It doesn't take a huge bite out of your wallet to invest in and you don't need to have any inventory to get started.

Here's the business idea in a nutshell --

You find a product like a computer chair on Amazon and you find that it costs $56.

If you take a look at the exact same chair on eBay, you'll find that it costs anywhere from $68 to $76.

What do you do?

You create a listing for the computer chair on eBay and sell it for $72. When you make a sale, you purchase the product from Amazon for $56 and ship it to the customer.

When it's said and done, you made a $16 profit minus eBay and PayPal fees. There may be some Amazon taxes as well. You can make a lot of sales just on one listing alone.

The DS stands for "drop shipping." You make as many listings as you can and make multiple profits on each sale you receive.

Now, you may ask why people would buy products on eBay when they're cheaper on Amazon. Also, is Amazon and eBay OK with this?

Roger Langille is the founder of DS Domination. He has been doing this business for a long time. He says both companies approve of this business strategy.

Buying and selling is the way many people make money. It happens on Wall Street every day. It's the same concept of why people go to a convenience store to buy a soda when it's a lot cheaper at a grocery store.

As simple as this program sounds, there are a number of strategies to follow to be successful with DS Domination. Roger Langille has a great video tutorial that explains what to do and how to do it. He takes you step-by-step and teaches you pitfalls to avoid.

Are you going to have people who will shop around for the best price? Sure.

Are people going to buy from eBay no matter what the cost? Absolutely.

What if there was a problem with shipping? And what if people want to return an item? Roger Langille has tips on what to do in these situations.

It's a great business to have an affiliate program for as well. It's treated like an MLM opportunity, however you don't have to rely on building a downline to be successful. You can make money by making as many listings as you can.

To learn more about this opportunity, click on the link below.

If you have any questions about this, please send me a reply.

Good luck in your business ventures!

Don Servais


P.S. You can learn more on how to effectively build your business by visiting my website. There are FREE eBooks that will help with the most important problem every business person runs into -- getting enough traffic to visit you.

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