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Get your share of $27 billion by starting your own supplement business!
Over half of all Americans take nutritional supplements, and that number is rising every day. If you want to be a part of the growing $27 billion dollar nutritional supplement industry, you need to know the ins and outs of how to do it, how to do it right and how to keep customers coming back to you.
This book lays out the things you need to know to start your own nutritional supplement company successfully, plus you'll learn a few secrets about how to go from zero to 90 in sales using the Internet. Selling nutritional supplements is unlike selling any other product on the market. While many business books will give you a lot of generic information, we have kept our focus on the real information you need to know that applies to nutritional supplement sales only.
In this book you will learn these six essential things to make your supplement business a success:
- The pros and cons of being a distributor, retailer or affiliate.
- How to set up your marketing and packing to stay on the good side of the FDA.
- What you need to get your business legally set up.
- What nutritional supplements are selling, and how to spot future trends.
- How to market your product on and offline.
- How to reach potential customers and turn them into loyal buyers.
If you are serious about wanting a supplement business this book will show you the ropes. It doesn't waste time on business info you can find anywhere but focuses on what nutritional supplement providers need to know to make their business a success.
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- Amazon Customer
poorly narrated and not recommended
Vague and poorly narrated. A very high-level overview of a supplement business. I do not recommend this book.
- James-Garrett K.
A great overview but very little in depth details
His voice was fairly monotone. A good overview of the Buisness but not very detailed