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HOW TO ORDER SAMPLE FOR AMAZON FBA (3 STEPS)

HOW TO ORDER SAMPLE FOR AMAZON FBA (3 STEPS)
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    how are you my friend I hope you had a great day thank you so much for taking
    you with me and spending time watching my video so today I'm going to make a
    special video for those of you who are ready and excited to order your first
    sample I know you are excited maybe a little bit nervous to get your business
    started I want you to make sure you take the right steps to get your first sample
    ordered so I'm going to share some great tips in the three steps that I suggest
    you take when you are ready to order your first sample let's get started if
    this is your first time checking into my channel my name is Yuping Wang I am
    here to share with you the best sourcing knowledge I've been working the sourcing
    function for almost 20 years I am very grateful to have this opportunity to
    share with you what I know okay to make this video I need to give a special
    thanks to a lady her name is Sui, Sui Ling Hui she's part of the sourcing warriors
    elite training group she asked for the best practice when ordering the first
    sample that inspired me to make this video for you if you are part of the
    sourcing Warriors Facebook group I really encourage you to send her a thank
    you note that would be appreciated because we are here to help each other
    out so to order your first sample for your Amazon FBA business I would suggest
    you to take the 3 steps and I'm gonna explain each one of the steps how to
    prepare yes there are things you need to prepare before you order the sample how
    to pay the supplier and how to be inspect the sample let's go over each
    step the first step is to prepare to order your first example that's the
    homework you must do before you trigger your first
    sample here is the tip I wanted to give you the three questions if you can
    answer these three questions clearly that means you'll have done great
    homework the three question is why, what and how many let's go over each one of
    them while you are ordering your first sample it is because you have done your
    research you have the data showing you that this product has the sales volume
    and at the same time you have done your Total Landed Cost analysis proving to yourself
    that this product has the margin that could make you money if you don't know
    how to do the landed cost analysis I encourage you please take your time try
    to figure out every single cost element that is related to your product it could
    be the packaging if you're doing something really cool the packaging cost could be
    a big portion; shipping could be a big portion of your cost or if your product
    is subject to tariffs it could eat away a huge portion of your margin in the
    training course not only I have the template for the students to do the
    margin analysis I also encourage them to do the different margin scenarios based
    on different order quantity because the margin may look very good if you order
    5000 would you still have the margin if you order 500 pieces the point is not
    only you have the research data showing you that this product is going to have a
    great sales volume your total landed cost analysis also proving to you giving
    you the confidence that this product is going to have the margin that is to
    answer why we're even to begin to order the first sample so the second question
    is what what are you going to order are you going to order the out of stock
    product out of your supplier shelf or you are actually going to trigger your
    first sample to be a cup my sample whether to order the suppliers
    out of shelf sample or customize the sample take these two factors into
    consideration: time or speed to market and the product complexity if your
    product is fairly simple you see the sales volume is there you need to get
    this product lunched as soon as possible then ask your supplier to customize this
    product right away so that you can get your customized sample as soon as
    possible but if you need to see touch fill the product so you can finalize
    your customized ideas then I will suggest you to order the out of shelf
    sample from your supplier personally I prefer to order the out of shelf sample
    so I can see the supplier quality asses and also to validate the customization
    idea to see if my customization idea is working on the sample at all at the same
    time after you get the sample when you negotiate the price with the supplier
    the supplier is gonna take you a lot more seriously most likely you are going
    to get better price because now you can get them very valid feedbacks regarding
    their quality so you can negotiate a better price now we know what to order
    let's answer the third question how many it doesn't matter whether you order the
    out of shelf product or you customize your own product I will always encourage
    you to order at least the two samples from two different suppliers because you
    really wanted to compare the quality of the product also just in case one
    supplier doesn't work out you want to have a contingency plan the backup
    supplier to continue to pursue this product idea I know it costs money when
    you order extra samples but keep in mind when you place your real purchase order
    your sample cost that you pay now can be refunded when you place your real
    purchase order make sure that you talk to your supplier and have
    this understanding upfront ordering sample it is such an important step for
    your product development process try not to cheap out on this step
    ordering minimum two samples so you have a confidence factor knowing why you are
    choosing the supplier in comparin t the other one okay let's recap very quick
    where the step number one to prepare to get your first sample ordered we answer
    to the question why we wanted this first sample because we have the confidence
    not only the sales volume but also the margin and we understand what we wanted
    to order whether it's a stock sample or it's a customized sample also we talked
    about how many we want minimum two samples now let's move on to the step
    number two how do you pay your supplier well the only option that I wanted to
    give it to you is to pay with PayPal with the linked credit card the reason
    you wanted to use PayPal with credit card is because you wanted to give
    yourself an option to dispute in case something seriously goes wrong what
    could go wrong if you prepay for your sample with the shipping what if you
    don't even get the delivery so if the package is end up missing then you can
    dispute the other thing could go wrong is when you customize a sample and the
    supplier charged you an expensive customization fee but they didn't
    deliver to what you specified in this case not only you should have the paypal
    always linked credit card I also suggest you have the specification and your
    instructions in writing so when you dispute you have something to reference
    so to pay for your sample doesn't matter is out of shelf or is a customized
    example I suggest you to pay with PayPal with linked credit card now let's move
    on to the step number three how we're going to inspect the sample
    in the training course I give the students the very detailed first sample
    inspection checklist so they don't have to spend time reinvent the wheel for you
    when you receive your first sample please keep the three things in mind
    one is the packaging is the packaging durable enough before you get too
    excited open the box threw away the packaging don't even remember how the
    packaging looked when they first arrived so inspect the packaging inspect the
    product aesthetic quality color variation finishing polishing how does
    the product look and then you inspect the functional points whatever is the
    intended used the tip I wanted to give it to you is to make sure you take
    picture and take notes not only these pictures and notes should be used for
    your future production run inspection but also you could use every single
    piece of these evidence as the negotiation point to get a better price
    those are the steps that I recommend you to take to order your first Amazon FBA
    sample so you can get onto this exciting journey the right way if you want it to
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    enough for today my friend I hope you continue to have a beautiful day until
    the next video I'll see you soon
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