Okay… I’m usually not very fond of “free” sites for learning. I find that they are often filled with a bunch of junk and conflicting advice. I also just can’t get the hang of Yahoo Groups.
I’m a huge fan of Facebook groups – it’s easy to figure out what’s being said and by who. I can just read behind the curtain – or jump in with both feet.
When I join a group (free or paid) I want it to be informational AND fun. I want to feel comfortable asking questions – because the questions are public (and I don’t want to look silly).
I also love it when a group is filled with newbies, experts and in-between’ers (like me). This makes for a good mix of learning, and fun. We all need to be in a place that others will ask questions we didn’t even know to ask.
Are you looking for more Amazon FBA info? I just joined the FBA Radio Facebook group… where have I been? I knew about this group and kept forgetting to join in.
I’m having so much fun, the people meet all my requirements and I find myself *giggling* at some of the comments.
This group is wildly supportive and someone seems to have answers very quickly. (Love that)
Just in the last few days – we have discussed:
- Using Barcodes multiple times
- Sourcing on eBay
- Holiday (other than Christmas) products to sell on Amazon
- Shrink Wrap ideas
- Book-keeping ideas
- If we should stock up on Twinkies
- And so much more…
The radio show is only 1 hour twice a week (Monday and Friday) – and we all wish they were on for several hours every day! The forum is 24/7 so this feels like we are all joining in on the fun at anytime.
You will have to be “on” Facebook to join… here is the link after you are signed in:
I usually have to click on this link to see all the latest activity in this Facebook forum:
And to listen to the radio show (including hours and hours of archives):
See you in the forum and on the chat during the radio shows!
p.s. I’m still a member of FBAfinds.com – I love that forum, it’s like my own baby! 8)
“The money is made in the sourcing, not the shipping”… Always Be Sourcing!
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