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Home Based Business Selling Physical Products

Updated on January 10, 2010

Getting physical products to sell

The internet allows us to get opportunities that will wouldn't be available to us if we didn't have internet access. Selling physical products is one of those many opportunities. How would you like to sell physical products from the comfort of your own home?

There are many affiliate programs out there that can help you earn money selling their products, but the goal of this article is to help you create your own products and sell them. It would be kind of like owning an offline business, except you are using the internet as your main source of customers. If you continue reading this article, you will learn how to successfully set up your own home based business selling physical products.

Why Physical Products?

You may be asking, why physical products? Won't it cost money? The truth is, yes it will cost money to sell physical products to customers. Luckily, these payments are not upfront costs. These payments are taken from each sale you generate, because its a commission based business. You get to create your product, sell it, free! No upfront manufacturing fees, no upfront shipping and handling costs, just a certain amount of money taken from each sale you make. This makes it a lot easier to focus on making money online, instead of having to worry about how you are going to pay the fees before you get to sell your product. All of this takes place online, from your home based business, allowing you to enjoy more time with your family, or have alone time.

In case you didn't know this little fun fact, physical products have a very low product return rate compared their digital counterparts. This means more money in your pocket, and the less headaches dealing with angry customers. Physical products have a higher retail value than digital products. The highest price most digital goods sell for is $97, while the average physical package sells for $197. People will pay more money for physical products because they feel the creator must have some valuable information to offer if they risk selling the product in a physical package, and all of the costs associated with the product.

How Is It Created?

To create a physical product, you have to read Quick Start Kunaki. It teaches you everything you need to know about creating your own physical products using Kunaki. The products created here come out crispy clean, looking professionally done. It teaches you how to turn your digital information (ebooks, videos, audio clips, software, etc) into physical, sales generating products. You get to customize everything, from the package, to the disc, etc.


PLR Wholesaler
PLR Wholesaler
From Electronic Product
From Electronic Product
To Physical Product
To Physical Product

Finding Products To Convert

Having trouble finding digital goods to convert into physical goods? Join PLR Wholesaler and receive thousands of products, all with resell/rebrand/private label rights, allowing you to create physical goods with them. These products range from eBooks, software, videos, audio clips, and special reports. There is so much that you can do with a membership with PLR Wholesaler. Just selling products from this website converted into physical products alone could make millions of dollars for your home based business.

The images located to the right have nothing in common with each other, just used them to make a point. Now ask yourself this question, which looks better? Exactly! Physical products look better, and convert higher sales because of this very reason. The professional look of a physical product could never be matched by digital products. This will make your home based business look very professional, giving you an image that you always wanted in the internet world.

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    • mr williams profile imageAUTHOR

      mr williams 

      8 years ago from Norfolk, Virginia

      Yeah sorry about that. I updated the link for future references.

    • GreenGardenGuy profile image

      GreenGardenGuy 

      8 years ago from Fort Myers, FL

      That link to "PLR Wholesaler" goes to a sales page for "The Barking Video". I was interested in checking out PLR Wholesaler. Well, guess I gotta google it.

      Nice info here, thanks!

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