I love sourcing online. It’s way more “my speed” than sourcing in stores. Because I source mainly online, I’m always looking for faster ways to get things done, RE: finding products to sell on Amazon.
One of the ways I do that is using Facebook interest lists. I think of Facebook interest lists like sort of creating my own newspaper that automatically updates and is packed with only the information I want to see.
To create your own interest list, it’s super simple. Go to any Facebook page, click “like” and then “add to interest list.” You can name it anything you like. Then, on your “home page” of Facebook, look on the left hand side of the page for your list, hover over it and click the little gear icon to add it to your favorites. Now, it’ll show up at the top left of your Facebook page and to read it, you just click.
Or… you can follow the interest lists I’ve already created.
First, there is my list called “Deal Sites.” There are currently 30 deal sites in this list, (Fat Wallet, Tech Bargains, etc…).
I also have an interest list for general shopping online. I am approved for clothing, shoes, handbags, so you’ll see a lot of stores in this list that sell those kinds of things. If you find it’s too much of that sort of product for your business model, simply unfollow the list.
I’m creating a couple more interest lists to help me find products to sell on Amazon, and I’m happy to share those with you. Just be sure to follow the blog so you’ll know when I do.