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SIGC001 - Product Selection and Evaluation

The Amazon marketplace is a gold mine for those who want to make it big in the e-commerce world. But if you're not careful, it can be the source of many costly errors and no success. Selecting and evaluating products on Amazon can be difficult, but today we're going over the key points that are most relevant for seasoned sellers. We'll talk about what you should consider when selecting a product to sell as well as misconceptions in this space. Secrets are about to be unlocked, so tune in now!


Topics Covered in This Episode

  • 2 Types of Product Research: By Audience or By Product
  • Product Selection & Major Questions to Ask yourself
  • Evaluation Points and Criteria
  • Final Selection
  • Major Misconceptions
  • Question and Answer
  • Discussion with The Professor

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[00:00:00] Do you want your product seen by more buyers on Amazon, Etsy and other marketplaces? Do you want to get more traffic, make more sales and scale your brand? Welcome to the Signalytics podcast. Signal code unlocked, where we discuss what signals are needed to send to your customers, to the algorithms, to the ad platforms in order to get your product seen converting and profiting fast with your host former top 50 seller on all of Amazon, the [00:00:30] professor Howard Thai.

[00:00:32] This is the Signalytics podcast signal code unlocked. Hello everyone. Uh, thank you for joining. This is Zeeshan Jalil. And, uh, today is our topic, Amazon product selection and evaluation. So I have, uh, prepared these slides. Uh, this is not, uh, about how to do [00:01:00] the product itself, but it is more about how to select a product and how to evaluate, evaluate the product.

[00:01:06] And, uh, uh, I have like narrowed it down to the things which I have experienced most of the sellers are, uh, missing, or most of the sellers are not using. So let's start. So, uh, in my experience, there are [00:01:30] two types of product research. So the number one is by audience and the number two is by product. By audience.

[00:01:41] What, uh, I mean is like, you need to create a customer avatar. You are not going after the product, but you are going after a person to whom you want to serve. So for example, if your, uh, if any of your friend likes like, [00:02:00] uh, like coffee, then you are creating a around that person, what type of coffee he likes or, uh, where, or like, what are his interests and where does, uh, he or she hang out like what places that person visits, what social media pages he likes.

[00:02:22] And, uh, you need to find like the major pain points or pain points. Regarding [00:02:30] what he likes and what he dislike dislikes. And then you need to create a list of hundred products and, uh, then narrow it down to five or 10 to launch most of these type of, uh, brands start with the Facebook, or you can say off Amazon site.

[00:02:51] They are not launching directly to the Amazon in my, but I have experience with they launch outside of Amazon and then [00:03:00] they use Amazon as a sales channel. So if you are, you want to like, uh, do by audience, then follow, follow these steps and, uh, by product the. Type, uh, by product is like what we, Amazon sellers do.

[00:03:19] Okay. So you need to find a product, uh, by using different methods. And one of the best method which I have been using [00:03:30] is the brand analytics method. Uh, just download the brand analytics sheet and, and figure out, uh, the search terms, the, the easiest way to do. Uh, without any hassle, without any, without the using of formulas, like, uh, uh, use the, uh, SFR, uh, column and, um, and make it to like 500, 200,000.

[00:03:54] And then on the search term side, uh, use [00:04:00] the method, uh, it contains the contains, uh, formula you can see, or the contains condition you can see, uh, and start typing the very generics or the roots you can say, uh, for example, indoor, for example, outdoor row, uh, woman, men, baby toddler, adult, uh, and when

[00:04:26] whatever comes or whatever keyword has [00:04:30] this route or the generic keyword, then, uh, all of those systems will pop up and then start looking at those. This is the easiest method without using any kind of formulas you can do, uh, by this, uh, you can use this method to, to get a good, uh, number of products. And once you find the product, then start doing the customer avatar thing.

[00:04:51] And, uh, well, so the painpoints. The interests, uh, uh, around that product [00:05:00] and then create like, uh, and after identifying the customer avatar that start creating the list of the hundred products and then narrow it down to like five to 10 and, uh, see, uh, which, uh, you want to do, uh, as a first launch.

[00:05:23] Yeah. You can say as a buyer persona or customer avatar. Yeah.[00:05:30] 

[00:05:30] Okay. Next is the product selection. Okay. So product selection. Once you have the product, then you have to do research and answer these questions. These are the very important questions. Most of the beginners, most of the sellers are not answering. What pain points the product is going to solve? Okay. So what are the pain points of your customer?[00:06:00] 

[00:06:00] And can you solve them or the co or, or you can say, are there any pain points you can solve, which are not addressed by your competitors? Or there are any pain points, which which you can solve, but your competitors are not solving. These two questions are the, one of the most important questions. These, these, this is the differentiation point

[00:06:25] you can say. You have to solve the problem. Your [00:06:30] product has to solve the problem and your product has to solve the problem, which your competitor is, your competitor's product is not solving. So this is important. This is really, really important. The third point is once you have addressed the pain points or you have addressed the problems, then you need to ask yourself how easy is it going to be?

[00:06:58] What you are going [00:07:00] to offer, how easy is going to be like, uh, the main question is how easy for your competitors to copy you? Let me change. To copy you. So the third question is how easy. Okay. So if you have long like me too product, then it is really very easy for your competitors to copy you. So you need to ask, you need to make it difficult [00:07:30] for your competitors to copy you.

[00:07:32] Okay. And then the fourth one is, does your budget support your change. If you are changing something and which is costing you, a new mold supplier is asking you that you need to do a new mold for this product. And it is going to cost you like from, uh, 3000 to $5,000 for a new mold. So does your budget [00:08:00] support that if this is, is it, uh, is it what you can do or not?

[00:08:06] And the fifth one, can you apply patent? Patent is really important. Start applying patent on your products to, to avoid competition, to avoid the competitors, to follow you. So these are the five questions you need to ask, uh, in the product selection process, [00:08:30] it is going to be recorded and will be posted in the group.

[00:08:37] Okay, so next is the evaluation point. You can see the criteria. This is not the full criteria, but, uh, as I said, uh, the most beginners or the most sellers are neglect, neglecting these important things. So the very first is the price should be $30 or above. [00:09:00] Do not launch six, seven, $8 products. Please do not launch. Your price

[00:09:08] point must be $30 or above. The sweet spot is like 35 to $40. So you have enough profit margins in terms of dollars. Okay. So what people are doing, they are focusing on the 25 or 30% profit margins in the percentage. But when it comes to dollars that [00:09:30] 30% is 70 cents or 75 cents or $1. And the PPC cost and PPC, your keyboard CBC is like larger above that, than that though, CPC is costing you $2.50 or $3, and your profit margin is like $1 or 75 cents.

[00:09:46] So never, ever launch. $8, $7 or $6 product. The second thing is at least 30% profit margins. Make sure that you [00:10:00] have at least 30% profit margins. Uh, the pro uh, here, I mean is the gross margin. Okay. So once you like do the advertising costs or the marketing costs, you will end up having 20 to 22%, uh, net margins.

[00:10:19] So make sure your profit margins are 30% or above. Better. The higher, the better. At least 30 relevant [00:10:30] keyboards must be available. So if you are launching a product or if you have finalized a product, uh, which has only 10 to 12 relevant keywords, then every single seller is going after those keywords and your, your, your PPC cost is going to high.

[00:10:48] You have high, you have to have a high marketing budget to compete those sellers. So make sure you have at least 30 relevant keywords available. None for. [00:11:00] Uh, I have like experienced most, uh, there are a number of sellers, uh, who contacted me and said we have, once we, uh, at the, the point of launch, uh, the revenue was so high and everything was so, uh, so good.

[00:11:17] And once we have launched and everything goes down. So, so the question I asked you didn't check the, the seasonality of their product. They said, [00:11:30] We were excited. So, so, uh, get excited, but use your mind to, to check every single point. Okay. And next is use seller extension to see how many Chinese sellers are there.

[00:11:48] Learn the better. So, if you are not using seller extension, like you have to go to Google and type this seller extension, and, uh, you will have, uh, the extension [00:12:00] to, to take. And, uh, it'll show you, you, uh, sellers, uh, country from where this seller, uh, is registered. So this is, uh, the very important extension you

[00:12:19] Uh, need to have. Next extension you need to have is brand Amazon brand director, extension, go to Google and type Amazon brand brand director [00:12:30] in, uh, extension. Now this extension will tell you, uh, the Amazon brands, so use this extension as well. Uh, let me show you a demo. Uh, first this seller extension and Amazon brand extension

[00:12:48] Uh, so you can see what are these extensions.

[00:12:56] So, okay. So [00:13:00] this is the seller extension. You can see it is showing this seller is from China and this is, uh, at the Amazon brand as well. So I have turned this extension on Amazon brand detector extension. Now, now this extension is telling me that this is the Amazon brand. Okay. This is from the USA. This is seller extension, and this is the Amazon brand.[00:13:30] 

[00:13:31] This is the Amazon brand. This is Amazon brand. This seller is from China. So, this is, uh, how you can see who is from China and, uh, which, which, which brand owns by owned by Amazon. Uh, let's go to this, that, to the

[00:13:54] slides. I'll get back to the questions. Once I finish the [00:14:00] slides.

[00:14:03] Okay. Use te by Brendan, uh, to find gap the, the VA. This is really, really a powerful tool. Everyone should like must even must like, uh, uh, use, use that tool. Very, very, very impressive tool, uh, to, uh, let me show you how it looked. Sheet.[00:14:30] 

[00:14:33] Okay.

[00:14:39] So this is how, uh, you are going to get one, uh, the sheet once you use the drive two. So the very first thing, uh, what I see in this is the competitor keyboard some week, how many sellers are at really good, uh, condition? [00:15:00] How many sellers are good, how many sellers are okay. And how many sellers are be? This tab is showing that, uh, the percentage of keywords, uh, this particular seller is ranked on.

[00:15:13] Okay. So, and the, the second thing which I see is this fulfillment. Most of the big do not count this fulfillment thing. Like this is, uh, this seller has the nine FBS seller. This has free [00:15:30] Amazon 2 26 sellers, 17 sellers. So you have to make sure

[00:15:44] that there are less number of sellers, which means those are the sellers like you and me. So this is. This is here. You can see how many sellers are there [00:16:00] and all are different sellers. So this is a big brand. Uh, so everyone is like, uh, wholeselling this product. So make sure you check this, that there must be less number of sellers attached to the listings.

[00:16:21] And the last thing, uh, on the evaluation part is what is the cost for PPC? So everyone is like nowadays, uh, everyone is [00:16:30] after the PPC launch, but they really do not calculate the budget for PPC. So if you need to check the keywords in advance, like how much does it cost you to do PPC to launch that product?

[00:16:46] The, the easiest method, uh, which I use is like, uh, check, finalize the keywords on which you want to line the product, [00:17:00] then check the PPC bids on those keywords. Then put the formula which I use. You need, if your, if your listing is top notch, give, uh, a listing is optimized. You have the best like images and, uh, you have a strong differentiation point.

[00:17:22] You have EBC, you have video, you have everything on, uh, top notch. Then [00:17:30] you need to, uh, you need like five clicks for one order. So you have to do the maths. How many orders you need per day on PPC to rank that product and do the maths. Like if you need 10 orders per day, then you need like 50 clicks or something.

[00:17:59] [00:18:00] And those 50 clicks the cost of those 50 clicks you have to calculate. This is how it goes. , this is the simple and easiest method you can do to get the estimated PPC cost. Uh, next is the final selection. Yeah, once you have, uh, the, the product, uh, ready, or you can say the product idea, ready, then put that on [00:18:30] PickFu or any audience tool and let the people decide.

[00:18:36] Let the audience. What I do is I create like three differentiation points and, and three products, uh, ideas, and then put them on people and see what people, uh, which one is the best people are like it. Okay. And if you have, uh, have you have the audience already, you are a brand, [00:19:00] you are, uh, you are selling from like two years and you have the audience on Facebook or Instagram, then run the poll.

[00:19:07] And let your audience decide what they are liking the most on your new product. The last thing is the major misconceptions. These are the two major misconceptions I have, uh, faced, or I have heard, sorry, I have [00:19:30] heard lower price. Point products requires low budget to launch. Lower price point products requires high budget to launch. Why and how? You need hundred orders per day to run or to launch.

[00:19:53] And you have 70 cents profit margin or $1 profit margin. [00:20:00] And the CPC is $2.5. So, so do your maths, how much energy, how much budget, how much, uh, uh, PPC costs you have to deal with to get a hundred orders. And on the other hand, another misconception is higher price point product requires higher budget. No[00:20:30] 

[00:20:32] I have made the profitable launches on the higher price point products. Why? Because there are huge margins available in terms of dollars. So if you need five clicks and your CPC is $2, that is $10 to get one, uh, And your, your, your, uh, [00:21:00] profit margin in terms of dollars is $11 or $12 still. You have like one or $2 profit.

[00:21:08] So this is how, how, uh, you need to think. Uh, now the, uh, the questions that we take, the questions now. Please start putting your questions in the chat. So I can address, [00:21:30] uh,

[00:21:36] I will try my best to put the full criteria or, uh, uh, I I'm going to do like the YouTube, uh, you, uh, YouTube video for that. Yes, you can, uh, check seasonality from Google print and the keyword search volume trend. Yes. Uh, how many maximum sellers [00:22:00] can be from China or Amazon brand? So 50%

[00:22:10] or less, I would say like 35%

[00:22:17] the low, the lower, the better. These Rehman is saying, which, which should be considered suggest mean or maximum. So you need to do [00:22:30] the math yourself, the five click formula after the five clicks, you are still profitable or not. So this is you need to figure out. Lowering price strategy doing though, I do not suggest lowering price strategy because, uh, uh, once you lower the price, then it is really hard for you to increase the price [00:23:00] and maintain your BSR and ranking.

[00:23:02] So I do not suggest that, uh, I personally launch on the, on the actual price point. So, uh, I have the, the margins available. At the start, because once I start the PPC and once I start getting the organic orders, the organic orders will going to cover the PPC cost for me, summer [00:23:30] fees. How do we know, uh, how many orders we need to get rank on a keyboard?

[00:23:36] This is like he, Helium 10 will tell you that how many. Uh, orders, you need to rank on the keyword, uh, your opinion on launching in, get it categories. I do recommend you. You like this is, this is what I was talking about. [00:24:00] The higher the entry barrier, the less competition you will going to be to face.

[00:24:11] So you can launch in the gated categories as well.

[00:24:18] How to find the CPC cost for each keyword, just go to advertising manager and like type the keyword on the manual side manual campaign. And, uh, the Amazon will show you, [00:24:30] uh, the cost for each keyword. So this is interesting question, but if niche has low conversion date, but sales are high, how can we then estimate?

[00:24:43] I normally, like I haven't seen this, this, uh, scenario, uh, the, the conversion is low and the sales are high. So I have never seen this. The conversion is low to some reasons, [00:25:00] uh, but I have never seen. You know, highly competitive niche. These things have thousand of reviews and more, but one pages we have

[00:25:16] LinkedIn and happy to stay at of the page and get some sales possible. No, I do not recommend going into high competitive niches. No, never. Uh, don't do this with the limited budget, uh, [00:25:30] because even. getting to the page one is going to cost you a lot. So I do not recommend this. Can you

[00:25:43] still do search by . Uh, can you still do no, I don't do this. I, uh, I focus on the reation point, the strong differentiation, the transition point, and then launch the on PPC and the Google apps.[00:26:00] 

[00:26:00] How doesn’t really know. Initially, for example, I have a kitchen product. Uh,

[00:26:17] I have properties. So, uh, to Sam, uh, you need to check the seasonality on the Google trend side and on the keyword side as well. And you have to identify if you have the [00:26:30] seasonal keywords in there or not. And you have to check the history of the, your competitors. If there is any like, is there, is any spike on a particular in sales or not?

[00:26:48] This is how you can, you can do it. Uh, what will be your study for launching highly competitive niche, where competitors have 40 plus variations and you can do on [00:27:00] three to five variations max. So if only one competitor has 40 variations, then I can consider that if every seller has 40 variation. I, I, I will leave that product.

[00:27:15] And if, uh, one or two sellers have for 40 plus variations, then I will be looking for the uniqueness or for the, the strong differentiation point. So basically the gaps, the [00:27:30] gaps in their listing, the gaps in the products. So I can, uh, I can have the answer to the question, “how I am going to compete”. Okay. So Howard, he is here as well.

[00:27:44] Let add Howard. Okay. So Howard is coming as well. I have just sent him the joining link,

[00:27:58] uh, to use [00:28:00] aggressive PPC launch in Germany.

[00:28:10] Hi.[00:28:30] 

[00:28:39] Just a few minutes.

[00:28:44] Hey Howard, can you hear me? Yeah, I could hear you. Okay. Now, now it's yeah, I can hear you. Can you hear me? Yes. Yeah, I could hear you. Okay. So [00:29:00] back back to the questions, uh, or I would say I would, uh, like I want you to, to add, uh, Add value into over today's topic. Like the product, selection and evaluation, how you see product, uh, selection and evaluation.

[00:29:18] Go ahead. Go ahead. Uh, just talk to them because I have some feedback keeps on repeating itself, like the, the words right now. Okay.[00:29:30] 

[00:29:30] Okay. So back to the questions like, uh, do you suggest, I guess, PPC launch in Germany? Uh, I don't suggest anything aggressive nowadays because, uh, you have to be consistent. The more consistency you are going to have the most stability you are going to have. So anything aggressive, I do not recommend. Like, uh, uh, going like [00:30:00] 30 sales per day for a week and then like five or six sales per day for the second week.

[00:30:08] So I do not suggest that you have to be consistent. Uh, so can be actually another con rate of niche. Yes. From the brand analytics. Or the, there are some formulas to use. Uh, there is a search security, uh, [00:30:30] tool is there as well. So I will try my best to put, put, uh, on a video. Uh, so you can, you can, uh, check the YouTube channel on the data type.

[00:30:50] Uh, so are still rely on

[00:30:56] recently. So which is better.[00:31:00] 

[00:31:03] I still

[00:31:09] use, uh, Helium 10. Uh, jungle. I do not use junglescout now, but I use helium, but most of the time in the product selection I use brand analytics. That is what I, I am using now for the product research. Yes, you are right [00:31:30] there. There is a huge difference, uh, in the search volume. Uh, but still, uh, you can rely on that.

[00:31:40] Any more questions guys. Okay. For the DSP, uh, we will be doing it. Uh, uh, our guide at the Baldwin is going to cover the PPC thing in detail. So as easier, when will you launch your course? No, I have no intentions [00:32:00] to launch the, any kind of force for now at. Uh, PPC session is not tomorrow, but, uh, I think it is in after Ramadan, I guess after Amazon, I guess the PPC session.

[00:32:25] I think Harvard has already shared the, the schedule inside the, the level of [00:32:30] Amazon group, what sessions and what topics we are going to cover. So you can, can have a look on that. So how is here again? So, so what is, what are your thoughts? What are the product selection and evaluation part? How do you do it?

[00:32:48] Uh, I, I'm not sure what you guys talked about beforehand because I just kind of got in, I was in another meeting, but, uh, for what I would like to do is product selection. Uh, [00:33:00] I'd like to have things that are, um, that we can actually sell to the to to exit with, because that's really important. Like I wouldn't do like supplements or something like that.

[00:33:13] That's a little harder, but there is buyers for supplements, but let's say I like high priced items over 30, $40, $40, $50 more the higher the price, the better it is for our side, because, uh, PPC would be a lot less and percentage wise. Uh, [00:33:30] and I would like for my product selection, I like to have like, uh, a.

[00:33:36] Home and kitchen, um, uh, pets, things like that, where it's, um, valued really high in the eyes of consumers. Um, and, uh, making sure that we have good, uh, you know, doesn't look like a, just any product that we, uh, That we just buy from China. We would like to like make a dis [00:34:00] distinguish it from others. So it's easier for us to, um, sell instead of having it.

[00:34:06] lookalike others that are out there as well, modify a little bit. Okay. Great. Uh, so guys, if you have any questions for Howard, please put into comments. Um, on the very bottom. I says, post comment to any of your, [00:34:30] your current destinations. I'm not sure what that means. Can PE can, can people like post comments?

[00:34:38] Oh, It's weird, uh, campus.

[00:34:51] Yeah, that, that, that is for the channel YouTube channel or the Facebook page because I am [00:35:00] 20 live inside the level of Amazon and in the, the Signalytics user group. That's why it's showing. I see. Okay. Yeah. Sounds good guys. We have still 15 minutes. If you have any questions for the professor, please, uh, comment.

[00:35:22] Sorry guys for the level up and for Signalytics group, I haven't been active recently, so hopefully, uh, we have this [00:35:30] schedule every week that we're trying to, uh, make sure that we have something with value that Zeeshan or me, or Baldwin will be coming out and kind, um, you know, teaching you guys, uh, So hopefully that this will be more educational for everyone and it'll be easier for us to, uh, you know, network somewhat virtually.

[00:35:54] Yeah. And I, I do request everyone. If you, if you guys see value [00:36:00] from this group, then keep sharing the group and keep, uh, keep adding your, uh, your connections into this group. So we can have more people to get value out of it.

[00:36:16] And then we could probably have like events because I like to do events. So for at least Pakistan and, uh, and US, we, we do a lot of events starting like June, right. So we can meet each other. And, uh, [00:36:30] and, um, you know, just have some, some drinks, not alcohol, but, you know, but you know, some alcohol, depending on what you're at and, uh, just, uh, MGO.

[00:36:41] Okay. That's what we did in Dubai, right? Yeah. Yeah. Correct.

[00:36:50] Okay. So what is the best way to just come up with an idea to make a buyer persona out of nowhere when we can start [00:37:00] to find a product? So if, if you are already selling a product and you want a second product, then this data, uh, uh, you can have from the Amazon brand analytics. And the demographics page, uh, which will be telling you the, the demographics of your current buyers.

[00:37:21] But if you are new, then, uh, the very first thing use like spark to [00:37:30] tool and, uh, getting to that tool and search your, uh, competitors to see what they have, what their audience is all about, so the spark to is one. The second one is, uh, Facebook, uh, audience insight, I guess. So that tool can get you, uh, the, this info, the third tool is [00:38:00] Buzzsumo, uh, which is going.

[00:38:02] to give you what, uh, on, on what social media platform your, uh, your audiences are. Okay. So use these three tools to create, create this person out experience. Would you like to dive into a high budget launch. High? You mean high budget launch, or you mean high price, uh, product launch. If, [00:38:30] if this is a high budget launch, then I, I will not recommend, uh, going with the 30K or under budget.

[00:38:38] If it is a high, high price product, uh, price point launch, then, then you can consider that. But, but I always recommend do the half of what you have in terms of budget. Like, if you have 30K then look after, look for the products, the, uh, which has the revenue of 15K [00:39:00] 50%. So you have enough budget to order, and then you have enough budget to, to launch and you have enough budget to, to reorder.

[00:39:09] Uh, if you are already selling, then, then the brand analytics. Will show you in the demographics there. On the left hand side, you can see the demographic, uh, tab, or you can see the, the demo demographic written on, on, on the left [00:39:30] side, but it'll only show you the data. Uh, if you are already selling. Okay guys, any more question?

[00:39:39] Hey, Howard, uh, uh, just, uh, let us know what you are going to deal with in your mastermind. Okay. Um, we're gonna talk a lot about, um, Let me, let me, let me, let me get out the list of, uh, [00:40:00] let me see if I can find a list of, uh, topics, but, uh, we have like two, three about ranking and we have some about reviews and we have some about TikTok and other social media platform.

[00:40:13] We got some about product launches, product, uh, and product selections as well. Kevin King's gonna talk about product selections. Um, uh, so it's gonna be really high, high level, like really advanced I things that we're gonna talk about. So, [00:40:30] um, I actually haven't seen the PPT yet, but, uh, I'm, I'm kind of interested to see what to, to see from it.

[00:40:37] We still have about three weeks away from the event. So, uh, if any of you guys want to join us, uh, please go to, uh, the elitesellersociety.com. So, um, you'll see more information it's gonna be held in France in a castle near Paris. Awesome. Awesome. [00:41:00] It'll be fun. We got Casey. Got, we got like Kevin King. We got like, uh, a lot of the big, big known, um, people out there this time is around is like $20,000 for the best, uh, speaker and $10,000 prize for the

[00:41:18] smartest marketer. That that means anyone that can like, you know, go there and, uh, say something really good and people will vote for it to become the smartest marketer. That's what, uh, that's what [00:41:30] happens. So each time, whoever is the smartest marketer becomes the, the speaker usually, and the speaker who wins the prizes usually comes back.

[00:41:40] and keeps coming back on. Yeah, that's how we do it. It's based on, um, voting. Right. So whoever votes, um, and they get, actually they get, uh, nominated as best speaker and, or the smart marketer they keep on coming. So it, the value becomes better and better. [00:42:00] Awesome. Awesome. Great.

[00:42:05] Okay. So I guess, uh, that's it, uh, let's. Uh, conclude.

[00:42:17] Okay. Okay guys. Thank you. Thank you so much for, for joining us today. And, uh, Howard, thank you so much for coming. And, uh, sharing your valuable, uh, tips [00:42:30] on the product selection on today's topic. And, uh, we will keep repeating this guys to make sure we are giving value to you inside the levelup Amazon group.

[00:42:41] We really want you to give the value, which no one is giving you right now. So keep sharing, keep repeating and keep joining. Thank you so much for today. Thank you. A thank you for joining take care. Bye.[00:43:00] 

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