Monday, April 16, 2012

Check out Merchandize Liquidators New Look

It's been a while since I made a post on this blog but I thought it will be a nice update.
Merchandise Liquidators new look was updated for quite a while.
The new look made a serious increase of repeat visitors. The site is more user friendly and easier on the eye with a web 2.0 design.
Even though the liquidation companies are having hard time using shopping cart on their sites, Merchandize Liquidators has no issue selling online its salvage closeouts merchandise. The main reason is the fact they own all the goods you see. It is easier to describe costumer return pallets when you see them vs virtually promise clients over the phone what the pallets look like.

Friday, December 11, 2009

Wholesale Cosmetics By Yosef Martin

I just got a new cosmetics load from maybelline. Since I did made a post about ebay in the past on this blog I want to make a notice and say the load is working well for ebay sellers.

Here is the link on my site where you can see the pictures and description of the makeup pallets.

Now here is a link to maybelline cosmetics on eBay.

The prices will show you the profite you can make buying the products.

If you are located in Miami area you can come over and see the goods in my warehouse.


Yosef Martin

Friday, June 13, 2008

Everything you Need to Know About Owning Blue Jeans

Do you wear jeans almost every day of the week? Jeans are a classic wardrobe style, and everyone wears them. After you’ve found a pair of jeans that fit, consider how often you will be wearing them? Only on weekends? Every day to work or school? If you wear jeans more than 3 times per week, you should invest in at least one pair of high-quality designer jeans. If you are into helping the planet, you might want to try organic jeans, made with organic cotton without the use of pesticides.

The cost of a new pair of jeans is anywhere from $20 to $500. Some nice designer brands start at around $130. Although it may seem outrageous to pay this much for a pair of pants, complete the "cost-per-wear" formula. Say you wear your jeans 3 times a week, or 156 times per year. Now, consider that you pay $150 for the jeans. If you can wear them for at least a year, you only pay $1 per use.

Everybody that wears jeans more than three days a week should have at least three pairs of jeans. You may have heard of the A, B, &C rules for shoes. The same should apply for jeans. If you use the A,B. &C system, you really only need to buy one new pair a year. Of course, you can buy more if you want. Here’s how the system works:

Your "A" pair of jeans are your nice jeans. You might wear these to a party, out dancing, or to something special. You probably would wear nice shoes and a dressyshirt with these jeans. You never wear these jeans more than once or twice a week. If you only own one pair of "designer" label jeans, this is the pair.

Your "B" pair of jeans are your every day jeans. Either these are a less expensive brand, or a "A" pair of jeans that have been down graded to "B" jeans. You’ll wear these just about anywhere, to school, to run errands, or lounge around the house. If you own two pairs of designer jeans, your "B"jeans would be your second pair. Your "B" jeans are the jeans you wear the most, and should be your favorite pair of jeans. If you buy a fourth pair, you should have two "B" pairs, as these are the jeans that will be worn the most.

Your "C" jeans are your oldest, most worn out pair of jeans. Just because you wouldn’t wear them to a restaurant or to work doesn’t mean you should part with your jeans. These pants you wear for outdoor activities, or when your "B" jeans are dirty. Your "C" jeans can either be an older pair of retired "B" jeans, or a less expensive pair. These jeans you don’t wear to restaurants, but will wear on a road trip, camping, or gardening.

Blue Jeans Washing & Care Tips:
1) Wash your jeans inside out to reduce wear.
2) Don’t wash your jeans more than once every three wears, unless they’ve become soiled.
3) For dark wash jeans, use Woolite’s wash for dark fabrics.
4) Air dry your jeans by hanging them. They may feel stiff at first, but the stiff feeling will go away after a few minutes.

Finally, when you are done with your jeans, don’t throw them in the trash. If they’re still wearable, donate them to the Salvation Army or Goodwill. If they’re not, reuse them for something else, like making a potholder, ipod holder, or a craft project.

Friday, March 14, 2008

How Can We Still Make Money On Ebay.

This post is just some thought I have about creating a store on eBay. Since the last changes on eBay make including the increase on sales commission charging by ebay, I can see what people mean when they say that ebay is not the best place to open a store and its less and less atractive for sellers in the last two years. So if we want to check new options how to make money on ebay it will not be on items with low profit.

It must be a product with higher marginal profit even if the quantities we can sell are limited. I think that the ebay potential is still out there but we can use it in another way such as driving related traffic to our own sites from our ebay store and build client ale.

One more way is eBay's affiliated program. Very easy to earn money this way with no merchandise. The only problem is you must know PPC or SEO.

Thursday, February 28, 2008

The Funniest Picture Ever Posted on an eBay Auction

I got this by email from a friend:

How can you tell this table is being sold by a man?
And don't cheat either!! It's not hard to

This table was for sale on eBay. How can you tell it is being sold by a man?
Can you solve this little riddle? First look and guess.
You will find the answer below, but don't cheat!
Know the answer? You can click on the picture to enlarge it.
If you still can't , scroll down now.....

OK, Look in the mirror.
Remember, if you are posting a picture on the world-wide web,
WEAR CLOTHES when taking the picture.
AND IT WAS POSTED ON eBay to make money!!!

this email was sent to me by Yosef Martin.