How Nate Ginsburg Built A 7-Figure Amazon Brand and Sold It For $1,000,000

How Nate Ginsburg Built A 7-Figure Amazon Brand and Sold It For $1,000,000

Nate Ginsburg has built multiple 7-figure Amazon brands and sold one of them for $1,000,000. He has since gone onto building an agency at SellerPlex.com that helps Amazon brands scale and sell their businesses for the highest price possible. He's also a digital nomad, a passionate yogi, and an overall awesome guy.

 

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Trevor Fenner:
Hey guys, welcome to the eCommerce Paradise Podcast. I'm your host, Trevor. Today, I have an awesome guest on the show. His name is Nate Ginsburg. He is the founder of SellerPlex. He has some amazing accomplishments. He's an Amazon seller. He's been doing that for quite a while now. He actually was able to sell one of his businesses for around $1 million. He had a really, really big exit. I'm just super excited to have him on the podcast. Welcome to the podcast, Nate.

Nate Ginsburg:
Thanks for having me. Pleasure to be here.

Trevor Fenner:
If you're listening and you're thinking, okay, this podcast is mostly about Hight-Ticket Drop Shipping and why we have Amazon guys on here, well, Amazon and High-Ticket Drop Shipping are pretty much the same thing. They're doing the same stuff. It's all about marketing. It's all about sales. It's all about copywriting. It's all about images. Nate is going to have a ton of awesome advise for you guys that you can use for High-Ticket Drop Shipping. You could even get into Amazon yourself. I know a lot of people that listen to this podcast are interested in selling on Amazon or already doing it. You guys are going to gain a lot from this podcast. Make sure you listen to the end because Nate has an awesome free offer for you guys. Don't wait on that. Nate, tell us a little bit about yourself and your story and how you got started.

Nate Ginsburg:
Yeah. I, first, got into, I guess, online business. This was maybe 2013 or 2012 when I first wanted to go on my own. Met someone when I was traveling in Thailand and got really inspired to do my own thing. The first few years were challenging. Found some success, also struggled. I moved back home with my parents because I was going broke. Yeah, that's when I started to get a little bit of traction just freelancing and found some freelance clients and made a little bit of money. I was doing that for a couple of years. That allowed me to start traveling. I moved to Asia. I was living in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and traveling all over.

Nate Ginsburg:
The freelance stuff, it was going okay, but I wanted something bigger. I wanted my own business, a real business. That is when I got into selling on Amazon. This was in late 2014, I believe, is when I first got into eCommerce and selling on Amazon. Yeah, that business did better than any of the other stuff that I was trying to do or trying to figure out. Yeah, it was really, really exciting. I remember the second half of my first year selling, our sales doubled every month going from 2K in June or July and then doubling, doubling, doubling up to over $100,000 in sales, our first December holiday season. This was great. It was really exciting time.

Nate Ginsburg:
Also, it was really stressful, to be honest. Sales were good, business was growing, but with Amazon, it's really expensive to grow. There's a lot of moving pieces having to deal with the different product launches and importing and freight forwarding and finance. All these pieces of the business that were not, I'd say, my skillset or experience. Around that time, I really got the team in place that would get the business in order to be able to continue to grow and allow me to do the things what I was good at, what I was excited to contribute but then allowed me to delegate the other areas of the business that were really important; finance, supply chain, operations, account management, customer service of course. Yeah. Got the team in place that, really, was better at doing their job than I was, which is great because to be honest, I'm not very good at the finance and operations and customer service.

Nate Ginsburg:
Yeah. Fast forward, about two years and unexpectedly, had an opportunity to sell the business. This was a private buyer. It all happened really quickly. I was living in Vietnam at the time and all of a sudden had this opportunity to sell. The buyer was a pretty large Chinese company and all of a sudden, was not even considering having an exit. All of a sudden, three days later, on a plane to China to meet with the buyer and try to come to a deal on the biggest business opportunity of my career. Thankfully, I had the team in place that had the business in order to be able to sell. We actually had and we're on top of our financial records and we could show them. In the due diligence process, they wanted to see verification of financials, our sales, invoices, POs, et cetera. Thankfully, I had the people on my team that had me in the business on top of these things. When we had the opportunity to sell, was able to take advantage of that. It did and sold the business for just under $1 million.

Nate Ginsburg:
Yeah. Fast forward since then, now, I ended up keeping my team. The business that bought my business was big and they had their own team. They didn't need my team. Kept my team and now help other businesses get prepared for and maximize for their exits doing the similar things that my team helped me with to prepare my business as well have invested in a handful of other businesses. I love online business. I think there are so many exciting opportunities around scaling these businesses and selling them and buying them. Just looking to, yeah, do more of that and helping more people to achieve better things with their business whether its exits or scaling or cashflow. That brings us to where we are now.

Trevor Fenner:
That's awesome. There is tons of opportunity out there for investors and for sellers alike. You can build an eCommerce asset whether it'd be an Amazon store, whether it'd be a Shopify store or even an affiliate blog on WordPress or something like that. You can build up these assets online and they're worth a lot of money as you found out. It's spectacular. It's pretty cool. Did you ever imagine in your wildest dreams before you get in the entrepreneurship you'd be selling a business for $1 million that was just built online?

Nate Ginsburg:
No. Certainly didn't, but yeah, it's crazy how-

Trevor Fenner:
Awesome.

Nate Ginsburg:
... life change or revolves. One of the most true lessons or powerful things in our world, I think, is that you're the average or the people that [inaudible 00:07:40] yourself with. I know that my life and career really started to takeoff when I moved to Asia and started surrounding myself with a community of other entrepreneurs that we're doing really amazing things. I'm a sponge. I'm hanging out with all these really smart, successful people. I'm able to learn from them and grow. Any success or progress that I've achieved in my life is, really, due to the amazing people that I get to hang out with. We were hanging out a couple weeks ago at a really awesome event with lots of other awesome successful people. The key is, surround yourself with the right people that pull you up.

Trevor Fenner:
I couldn't agree more. I think networking is one of the most important things in business by far. What I'm really interested with is that you've done all this while traveling. You weren't sitting in an office cubicle somewhere in the States and New York or something like that and building these businesses. You were doing this while you're in Thailand. You were doing it in Vietnam. That digital nomad lifestyle is pretty cool. I think a lot of people feel like it's out there. It's just this weird ethereal thing they can't really get to that's scary almost, but it's totally possible. How did you get into that lifestyle? What got you to want to start traveling in the first place?

Nate Ginsburg:
Yeah. Good question. Yes. How I first got into any of this was, I was backpacking in Southeast Asia. After college, I taught English in Korea. After my contract in Korea finished, was backpacking around Southeast Asia, Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia. It was when I was in this little Northern Thailand Town, Pai. There is where I met the first digital nomad. This guy, Andrew, who was doing something online. Really blew my mind that that type of a life or lifestyle was possible. He introduced me to internet marketing, SEO, to outsourcing, Odesk, now Upwork. Yeah, all of these things really blew my mind. After I met him, it was just really clear to me that that was the type of life or lifestyle that I want to pursue. Yeah. Then got back home, got to work. Like I said, ups and downs. Yeah. That continued to be the goal. Yeah. I think if you work hard and are persistent and disciplined, can definitely make it happen.

Trevor Fenner:
After college, you said you went and worked in Korea teaching, right? Teach English, you said?

Nate Ginsburg:
Yeah.

Trevor Fenner:
How did you get into that? What was the decision there? Was it just an open door, someone introduced you to somebody or you actually just-

Nate Ginsburg:
Yeah. One thing I knew. After college, I didn't want to do something boring. I had no desire to get some super job in a boring office and not to knock jobs in general. There are a lot of great jobs and great opportunities. For me, I wanted something different for myself. Yeah. There were some other friends that I was just talking about this with and we were looking into different options of teaching abroad or whatever after we graduated. Yeah. It turned out that there's actually a lot of opportunity for English teachers there. If you have a degree from an English speaking university, there's a lot of opportunity there to get jobs. You get paid reasonably well. Yeah. I was just looking into that more. There ended up being a pretty big group for my university that went over there. We're all teaching in different parts of the country, but yeah, the university made it easy to pursue that.

Trevor Fenner:
Okay. Yeah. My friend was telling me, it's funny in Korea, but it's one of the hardest countries to learn Korean because everybody wants to practice speaking their English. I guess that makes sense.

Nate Ginsburg:
That is true.

Trevor Fenner:
High demand for English teachers. Yeah. I guess, if you guys out there are listening to this and you're in college, you're in that age group where you're young, you're not quite sure you want to do yet and you're trying to figure out eCommerce or drop shipping or selling something online, consider that you should learn skills that are related to selling stuff online in college if you're in there already. It's like, for instance, when I went to college, I didn't try to take a bunch of courses that were unrelevant to business. I took just business courses that I could. It was business, marketing, sales, accounting, export, import, international business management. A lot of different things. Guys, you can go to college. College is a great experience and then you could become a digital nomad after that. Just make sure you're trying to learn business skills along the way because these days, everybody buys things on their smartphones and through their computer. It's pretty amazing what you can do with a small budget, a small startup budget.

Trevor Fenner:
You can start a small Amazon brand. You can start an eCommerce store for, maybe, a few $100 to $1,000 or something like that. Whereas, other types of business [inaudible 00:13:30] aren't like that. It was pretty incredible, the opportunity that's out there these days. Nate is, pretty much, a proof that you can start from very little knowledge, very little money and actually build something that's super valuable in the marketplace that a big company like a Chinese company would eventually acquire. Those things are just mind-blowing, honestly, because any normal business, you would have to have it for so much longer and have to have so much more. You'd have to have tons of different things that you go through. An online business isn't so complicated. It's pretty exciting and incredible what you can do these days.

Nate Ginsburg:
Yeah. Just to add on some of the excitement or opportunity around building and selling or buying businesses depending on what you're interested in, the whole online acquisition space is really growing a lot. It's still super early days, which means there's a lot of opportunity both for sellers and buyers. Yeah. It's been cool to see the space grow. We know and are connected to some different brokers in the space and seeing, yeah, their businesses grow and people that we know both selling and buying. It's really exciting, the different opportunities to either build and then sell a business and generate, potentially, wealth for you and your family. Or on the buy side, there's also some pretty interesting opportunities. Even if you don't have that much money, there's different financing options available where you could go. Well, if you don't have any money, it might be a little challenging. You need to have access to some, but if you do, there's different financing available.

Nate Ginsburg:
Just like buying a house, you don't need to put all the money upfront to buy it. If you can finance the down payment or if you can put the money down for the down payment and then there's financing available to allow you to buy these mid six or seven-figure businesses for quite significantly less money down. Yeah. Lots of opportunities in the space. It's been really interesting to see and cool to be a part of.

 

 

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Trevor Fenner:
Yeah. You guys are doing a lot now to actually help businesses scale, which is definitely something I know that everybody struggles with, especially the solopreneurs that are building their own business. They get to a certain level. What happens is that you realize you can't do everything yourself anymore and you have to have a team. You went through a lot where you built your whole team up. There's Amazon services and you have your own HC now where you're actually helping business grow. Let's talk about that a little bit. I think it's really interesting what you're doing to help people.

Nate Ginsburg:
Yeah. Cool. Well, thank you. I think it's interesting too. I learned with myself. I got started or broke the seal in terms of hiring for ... there's random stuff that I was trying to do way back when I was getting started. Now, this was 2011 or 2012 that I first started hiring or trying to hire. Getting started that early has really fast forward. It's been six, seven, eight years. I've hired hundreds of people. That's now something that ... Honestly, I freaking love it. I think it's amazing to be able to build these teams to help you run these businesses, but I also know and now, we work with a lot of people that they're not really experienced or excited about hiring. They're averse to the management stuff. Yeah. A lot of these things that's really just what our preferences are or experience with.

Nate Ginsburg:
We work with and see a lot of businesses that, like you said, it could be a solopreneur. They've got something going for themselves, which is amazing. They found some traction. Work with a lot of eCommerce businesses that you're able to do a lot as a solo person, but then as they start growing, the complexity increases. Different roles start to become a parent of what the business needs in order to keep growing. Especially if, as the founder, you don't want to go crazy and like "I'm the kind of person and I really believe for me, for you, for your listeners that we should all focus on the things that we're best at and that we enjoy and where we can add value and get other people to do those other things." That's what SellerPlex was really started to do was to help businesses with all those other things that you got to do and are important, but aren't going to be probably like the fun stuff.

Nate Ginsburg:
Now, we help businesses specifically around the finance and operations side of their business, which are the two necessary pieces that need to have in place if you want to sell. If you're going to sell your business, necessarily, you need to have good and clean financials and the business can't be totally dependent on you to run. With eCommerce businesses, the operations aspect are a lot of things because most people aren't physically fulfilling their products. Some people are, but yeah, they're still different. The business is totally reliant on you to operate. It's going to be really challenging for a buyer to be able to come in and continue running that business. At the same time, the finances, which like, I get it. It's not the most fun part of the business. It's something that I personally don't enjoy. I don't want to be the one who's actually doing the finances, doing the books, doing the P&L, but if you want to sell, you need to be on top of those things. It needs to be done correctly.

Nate Ginsburg:
Any sophisticated buyer or any broker, it's like a necessary piece is getting those finances in order so that you are in a place where you can sell. Now, what SellerPlex does is, working with businesses, helping them to get their business to a place where it is able to be sold operationally, financially. Yeah. It's pretty cool, actually. A lot of the different insight you can get into the business when you're on top of the numbers. That a lot of people are actually just missing out on because they don't know their profit per skew or portion of advertising per skew. There's all these eCommerce metrics that a lot of people especially people that are starting out are blind to that could really offer valuable insight to help you run a better business. Yeah. Trying to help other people to increase the value of their business and get it to a place where it's a sellable asset.

Trevor Fenner:
Right. Yeah. Tons of really, really, really good things people need to know in order to sell their business. Now, for people that are looking to scale and get to that point where they are sellable, building a team, obviously, is the most important thing. You've shown that and not only for building the business but actually living a relaxed lifestyle. You're not going crazy trying to do it yourself. Traveling, really, I don't even think would be possible, at least, in a relax way without a team. How did you go about building your team? What were the places you found them? How did you go about the hiring process? Maybe you can lend some insight into that.

Nate Ginsburg:
Yeah. Great question. We've developed a hiring funnel that we use. Now, we're hiring. Now, I'm a partner in five different businesses. It seems like there's always something that, at least, one of the businesses is hiring for. We've had to develop. We've gotten pretty effective at deploying this hiring funnel. I say funnel because it's not like anything. To get someone good, in my experience, you got to go through a couple steps. It's not just job post and then, "Oh, great. You're hired." You want to find the best people, but you also want to be efficient with your time. You can't go and interview 20 different people for 30 minutes on a call. You could, but that's not how I want to spend my time.

Nate Ginsburg:
Anyway, what we do is, our hiring funnel, we have the initial job post that breaks down a little bit about business. I explained a little bit about me personally, what the role we're hiring for and then the first round of questions. We'll have 10 or so questions. What's your relevant experience? Why are you interested? What books and podcasts do you like? Where are you located? Basic stuff. What we do is, for people that successfully respond to the first round of questions, follow up as quickly as we can with the second round of questions. The second round of questions will be a little bit more in-depth to try to get them to explain, talk more about their experience. Some questions we'll ask will be things like "Tell me about a time you had to work as a part of a team to solve a problem" or "When did you have to improvise to overcome an obstacle or solve a problem?" Usually, also ask them to propose their starting rate or get them to throw a number out first.

Nate Ginsburg:
After the second round of questions, the ones that successfully respond to those, then give them a test project. I think the test projects are super important. It's best if it can be as relevant to what the actual job would be. If you're hiring a customer service person, as an example, the test project could be ... Just make up 10 customer service questions and be like "All right, here's 10 customer service questions." Make them challenging. Make them annoyed. Make them frustrated. Give it them and be like "All right, how would you respond to these questions?" Take an hour or two hours or whatever and come up with responses. Depending on how long the test project is, we'll pay for it. We like to give them test projects that take a couple hours or like half a day to really get a sense for their work.

Nate Ginsburg:
Yeah, that or what other stuff and for hiring, some supplychain stuff. It's like "All right, we have X, Y, Z shipments that are here. They need to go here." Research different freight lanes and get quotes and really try to get them to do the work as much as possible. It isn't until after the test projects that all, actually, get in a call with them. Now, I have someone on my team who's the one who's more managing most of the hires, but the idea is not to get on the call with them until after you already know that they're good. By the time we get on a call, we have the first round interview questions. We have the second round questions. We have the test project. We have a good sense for their abilities. The call is really just to confirm the starting rate and just get to know them a little bit personally, make sure they're a culture fit.

Nate Ginsburg:
This is the funnel that I've used for, yeah, over 100 people, for sure, over the years, probably more. Yeah. In terms of where we hare deploying these funnels, I still hire a lot from Upwork. My two main go-to these days are Upwork and Dynamite Jobs. You can get a lot of people on Upwork and they keep changing the platform and making it more annoying to work with, but there are, still, good people there. You still can find good people. Yeah, Dynamite Jobs. I've hired a lot of people there recently and really good people. The location independent or digital nomad type people. I don't know if any of your listeners are looking for opportunities or job opportunities to get started, but that would be a great place. I'm posting a lot of jobs there. I know a lot of people that are posting a lot of really cool opportunities on Dynamite Jobs as well. Depending on where you're at, if you're hiring or looking to potentially get hired, would recommend that platform.

 

 

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Trevor Fenner:
Yeah, that's the platform, guys, behind the Tropical MBA podcast do and Dynamite Circle, of course, which is their mastermind group we're both part of. Yeah. Highly recommend that you guys. If you're interested in either freelancing or hiring freelances, Dynamite Job is going to be a great way. I haven't used it myself, but I'm glad to hear you have a good experience with it. That's awesome.

Nate Ginsburg:
Yeah. Between all the businesses, I think there's been five people in the last two or three months. It's like higher level people. I've hired two general managers, two higher level marketing people, looking to hire another GM type for one of the businesses. Yeah. It's good. Honestly, if I was just getting started, rewind if it's 2012 or something, that's where I would personally ... If I could give myself advice, that's what I would tell myself to do when I was getting started was, look for jobs there and for someone like you or me.

Trevor Fenner:
It's funny because a lot of these platforms, I think, really came into fruition in the last, maybe, five or 10 years the most. They're all so new, still, right?

Nate Ginsburg:
Mm-hmm (affirmative). Yeah, yeah.

Trevor Fenner:
It's amazing what's evolved in the last, maybe, half decade. I think even into the future, there should be more platforms. Platforms are growing more. The freelancer world is huge. It's a great opportunity for people on the buy side and the sell side. Yeah. I'm really excited about that. I love your tips about team building. I think the funnel is such an awesome idea. Just using multiple layers to get people that are really good to come at the end of it is super smart and any fast to your business and then team building, obviously, that works amazingly well. I think I'm going to use some of your tips in my business and my hiring now.

Nate Ginsburg:
Yeah.

Trevor Fenner:
I'm super excited.

Nate Ginsburg:
Well, remind me. One of my big things for next year is creating a lot more content like you. Doing more podcast, doing more writing, doing more publishing and working on a post. I'm building up the content backlog to start publishing in January, but yeah, I was working on a post around hiring. I'm happy to share with you-

Trevor Fenner:
Awesome.

Nate Ginsburg:
... and your listeners. It'll be all published soon.

Trevor Fenner:
Is that on the SellerPlex blog or on your personal blog?

Nate Ginsburg:
It'll be on the SellerPlex blog. Right now, it's Google Doc that I can send to you, but it'll be on SellerPlex blog-

Trevor Fenner:
Yeah, yeah. Sounds good.

Nate Ginsburg:
... in a couple of days.

Trevor Fenner:
You guys check out sellerplex.com. That's Nate's website where they do the Amazon and the team building and help with the FBA businesses. I was just going to mention here, I noticed on the homepage, there's actually ultimate guide to onboarding an FBA business after acquisition. I'd like to talk about that a little bit on the buy side of things, talking to investors about buying these businesses, acquiring them and actually bringing them onboard and stuff like that. It must be a whole process you have to go through in order to really get a business going right after you buy it, having to figure all the processes. What's that process like?

Nate Ginsburg:
Yeah. It's interesting. On the buy side and the sell side, the same things that are important. It's just looking at it through different lenses, but yeah. On both the buy side, the sell side, getting on top of the operations, getting on top of the finances, getting the people in place to be able to manage those for you. In both of those and in a lot of what ... and the guy that talks about it and stuff that we work with businesses now is, you find different cost saving and also, revenue generating opportunities by really getting on top of the stuff on the operation side. There's likely ways to save money, to run the operations, run the supply chain more efficiently. Also, on the finance side, some of the cool stuff that I'm continuing to learn is the different insight that can really come when you are on top of your numbers and seeing things about ... One thing that so many eCommerce businesses are lacking and it's because to be honest, it's a pain in the ass is stuff like profitability per skew.

Nate Ginsburg:
Really seeing skew level metrics whether it's profit, ads spend, ad revenue, seeing these things on a per skew level can help you identify. We see a surprising amount of businesses that some of the skews aren't profitable. It's really hard to see these things because you have your ad spend and you have cost of goods and you have these different costs coming from different places and like "I get it. It's a pain, but yeah," getting on top of those things can be super valuable, show you things that you need to cut or things where you should actually be spending more money because you do have good margin. You do have good ROI and it's tough to ... You just can't see that unless you are on top of those things. Yeah. As a buyer or a seller, it's important to be on top of ...

Trevor Fenner:
Yeah, 100%. I think you're right. Some of those things that people just take for granted, like you said, sales are coming in. Great. Relax a little bit and enjoy your life, but I think what you're talking about is so important. He is researching into what exactly is selling and figuring out how it's doing so well and then growing that. Things that aren't selling or aren't getting traffic and just cluttering up your catalog, whatever that means to your business, then cutting those things out and making your business more efficient and growing it and scaling it in a direction it should be, finding [inaudible 00:34:22] products and things like that. It's so important.

Nate Ginsburg:
Definitely. All that stuff also makes your business more attractive to potential buyers when it's actually cleaned up and you're able to show them numbers. It's surprising how many seven or multiple seven-figure businesses that someone that we work with that are not on top of their numbers or some that they think they are but they're actually doing it wrong. Maybe they have some cheap outsource bookkeeper. If they don't really understand eCommerce, it can be really challenging, but yeah, that also means opportunity if you can get on top of the stuff can really get valuable insight for your business, differentiate your business when you're looking to sell and yeah, get a bigger exit.

Trevor Fenner:
That's awesome. Before we started the podcast, you're talking about putting together some course for people that want to do this. Can you explain what that's going to be all about? I'm really excited about that.

Nate Ginsburg:
Yeah. Thanks. I'm really excited about this too. In [Chiwan 00:35:36], we are going to be launching our accelerator program. What the program, basically, is going to do is work with businesses and walk them through a lot of the stuff that we've been talking about. Getting on top of your operations, getting on top of your finances, getting on top of your team and organizational structure that is going to allow you as a business owner to elevate from self-employed to actually being the business owner and running this business with processes and people that are executing. You can be at the higher level, CEO visionary role. Get the people and processes in place and get the business on top of what it needs so that it can have an exit. Not that it needs to happen any time soon, but it's just getting the right foundations in place to set yourself up for a future exit, set yourself up just to run the business profitably and cashflow it.

Nate Ginsburg:
Yeah, like I was saying, through this process, you're able to identify different levers to pull to cut expenses, increase revenue and just have a more valuable business. One of the things that I'm really excited about, what we're going to be able to offer is, there are a lot of courses out there that can teach you how to get a business started or maybe how you should do management, how you should do hiring. All that stuff as well like the hiring stuff that we are talking about like hiring, team building, management, that will all be in the program. What we're putting together is, it's not just course content. It's really meant to be like a done with you thing. Yes. We have the content. You can go through it. Videos, text, whatever to understand these things, but then, right now, our business, we work with a lot of other businesses as done for you service.

Nate Ginsburg:
My team that does finances for us and other businesses that manage these operations, that manages hiring, they'll be also available to people in the course to help assist them with these different areas. Yeah. It's not just videos, not just content. It's really meant to be actionable and for the businesses to come out on the other end, greatly improved and going from a not so organized whatever current situation to something that really is, yeah, like a real business. Yeah. I'm really excited about it. Anyone that's interested can check out sellerplex.com/go and yeah, opt in for more info. We'll be launching that. Targeting, hopefully, February this year and yeah, really excited.

Trevor Fenner:
Incredible. I'm excited about it too. I'll definitely get in there and be on your waiting list for when it launches. I recommend everybody that's listening to this, do it as as well because Nate has got tons of awesome tips, advice. It sounds like something that's going to be really, really, really valuable. If you want to go read more about Nate and maybe join his team, learn more about how he can help you with your Amazon business. You can go to nateginsburg.com. That's his personal blog and sellerplex.com. We said before, it's the website where you can learn about scaling your business and team building and all that good stuff and making your business ready to sell. If you're interested in getting the links all in one place, I'm going to have it on my blog at eCommerceparadise.com/sellerplex. You can just go there and find all the things right there. Thanks so much for being on the podcast, Nate. You dropped so much value. Thank you so much and the audience, I'm sure, is very thankful as well.

Nate Ginsburg:
Yeah, man. Yeah, thanks for having me. It was great to chat and yeah, happy to chat with anyone, reach out if you have questions about scaling your business, selling your business, need help with anything. Yeah. Let me know. Love to meet more people. Also, I don't know if any of your listeners are on Instagram, if they like a combination of business, also, yoga and travel. You can add me on Instagram @nateginsburg. Yeah, really do. I'm just happy to connect with, yeah, anyone. I think I can help or want help or if we can do anything together, I would love to chat.

Trevor Fenner:
Awesome. Sounds good. All right, Nate, have a great day. We'll see you out there.

Nate Ginsburg:
All right. Thanks, man.

Trevor Fenner:
All right.

 

You can learn more about Nate at the following links:

 

https://www.nateginsburg.com/

 

https://www.instagram.com/nateginsburg/

 

https://sellerplex.com/

 

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eCommerce Paradise was created by Trevor Fenner of Seattle, Washington in 2015 to help you, the entrepreneur, to start and scale your own eCommerce business selling high-ticket products online with the drop shipping fulfillment method so you can make more profit per sale, have a sustainable and evergreen online business, get started with very little upfront investment, and live a location independent lifestyle. Trevor owns multiple 7-figure High-Ticket Drop Shipping eCommerce stores and is a digital nomad, traveling the world while working remotely with the help of his team of over 10 virtual assistants from around the world. Trevor is currently located in Bali, Indonesia. Trevor is also a passionate skateboarder, surfer, scuba diver, photographer, environmentalist, outdoorsman, fitness and tattoo enthusiast.


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Resources for Starting A High-Ticket Drop Shipping eCommerce Store

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