New Report From Startup Expert Perry Belcher Explores Importing From China

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Mr. Belcher is the author of "How To Start A Startup" and has made over $100,000,000 in sales of his own products, as well as helping his consulting clients sell billions.

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I have been importing goods from china for almost 15 years now and it really amazes me that more internet marketers don’t do the same.

Marketing expert Perry Belcher has been importing goods from China and selling them online for 15 years, with huge profits including selling one website for $250,000 after only nine months online, according to a new report from Mr. Belcher. Mr. Belcher has personally earned over 100 million dollars of profits in various startup businesses, and he says "I have been importing goods from china for almost 15 years now and it really amazes me that more internet marketers don’t do the same. It’s amazing how easy it is to be profitable and truly bring value to people. I remember at the very first of the dot-com boom the big buzz was that the business world would be changed forever because the supply chain would be slashed. Basically, manufactures and importers could sell their goods directly to consumers without the distribution channel eating up all the profits and driving up the costs."

While some venture capital providers and teachers like Paul Graham of Y Combinator teach students how to start a startup business with sizable investments, Mr. Belcher teaches students how to start a startup with little or no money, or how to use other people's money including bank credit. Many of Mr. Belcher's recommended startups require zero money to start. Mr. Belcher says "I’m here to tell you Chinese importing totally works! Imagine you sell hand dryers, like the kind in restrooms. These things are like $400 retail but from my supplier in China there $34 bucks! I can sell them online for $199, or 50% off retail, and sell 100+ every month, just with simple PPC."

Mr. Belcher says his biggest rule is to find products that would be hard to find locally in a good size town. "If you can’t find it at home where do you look? GOOGLE!" he says. "I’ve had success in the past hand dryers, stanchions (look it up), sausage grinders, liquid fillers, key control cabinets and a bunch of other weird niches. Take it from one who has hung up his info product boots, physical products are where it’s at, and they always will be."

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