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  • Wholesale Drop Shippers: Does Starting a Big Online Store Mean Easy Money?

    When people think about the business of wholesale drop shipping, they think: Easy money. Since when has any business been easy money? It all takes work. The problem is that some random person goes online and hears about how amazing the drop shipping business can be, how it's such easy money, that they're going to open up shop doing auctions or set up an online store. How they can work with anyone from jewelry drop shippers to selling wholesale electronics, handbags, gift baskets, and what have you. They think they're going to make a fortune selling wholesale products on the internet and have them drop shipped directly in wholesale from China. Does anyone else see a problem with what I just said? The overall mentality is flawed. People are thinking in terms of easy money. There is no such thing. Imagine with me for a moment: You run an online store which also sells products on eBay and uses auctions for income. You have    
  • Should You Buy Cheap Chinese Promotional Items?

    The Peoples' Republic of China has now become an Oriental backyard and a mass factory base for many cheap products. In the last decade China seems to have proliferated the world's trade and commerce zones in virtually every industry. They are exporting heavy ATV vehicles to promotional items to almost all countries of the world. But recently the Chinese make cheap toxic dolls, glows and promotional items for birthday parties came for world flak in media. Considering that every company and individual wants a good reputation, should one touch any of the cheap Chinese promotional items? They may be good but they are cheap and lethal? Is it advisable for any company to gift away items with the oriental tag? Many questions like low price, quality, and durability are confusing marketing teams looking for innovative ideas. Well, all promotional items coming from China are not bad. They may be cheap and low-priced but they still sell in departmental st   
  • China Makes Christmas For the Rest of the World

    China is the world's biggest manufacturer of Christmas products. China exports nearly 2 billion US dollars worth of Christmas products per year with more than half going to the United States. Most of it comes from Shenzhen in South China's Guangdong province. There are over 3,000 factories in Shenzhen producing artificial Christmas trees. Christmas lights, ornaments and Christmas wreaths are also made here. These items are all made from plastic and metals. Shenzhen is on the coast about an hours drive from Hong Kong. Before 1985 most of these products were mass produced in Taiwan and Hong Kong where the labor was cheap and ports were easily accessible. Taiwan and Hong Kong were not under the strict communist rule of China. By 1985 Taiwan and Hong Kong had developed into huge exporters and their local labor costs had increased. They started looking for a place nearby to ship materials to for assembly by cheaper workers. At the same time China wa   
  • A Promotional Items Primer

    If you're reading this, you're interested in, and probably looking for, a promotional item. Perhaps you have an upcoming trade show or other event, or you're looking for an item to include in your next direct mail piece or as a leave behind for your sales reps. There are thousands of promotional products and thousands of ways to use them. Out of this myriad of options, your goal should be to create the perfect promotional product for your needs, whatever they may be. Hopefully this article can help. What are promotional items? Promotional items are products that have been custom imprinted with a logo and/or message for use in marketing or advertising. Some products are common in everyday life, such as promotional pens, mugs, bags and notebooks. Other products are almost always used in a promotional context, such as stress balls, lanyards and koozies. Sometimes you may be surprised at the variety of things that can be imprinted. Fishing lures, for example, probably don't   
  • Four Tips to Care For Any Stainless Steel Water Bottle

    Stainless steel water bottles are durable, non-leaching and non-reactive to most drinks. Most are designed to last for years and many are designed to provide a lifetime of service. A few are even rugged enough to be placed in campfires and used for heating soup or beverages. Still, there are some things that can damage even a top quality bottle. Some of these are common knowledge items and some are things that people might never think of. For the record, here are some tips to help make any water bottle last as long as it can. First, get a sleeve for the outside of the bottle. Yes the graphics on the outside of the bottle are beautiful, but normal wear and tear will soon scratch that pretty finish. To make it last, get either a neoprene or insulated cover made from another material like quilted cotton or nylon. There are a couple of added benefits from covers: they act as insulators to help keep beverages hot or cold longer, and second, they o