Before the show started, Kat was joined on the line by Nathan Bailey. Once the show began, they were both joined by Bob Willey, and they all three began to discuss Jim Cockrum Coaching.
Questions that were asked were:
- What are your ecommerce histories, Nathan and Bob?
- How did you connect with Jim Cockrum?
- Does every ecommerce seller need a business coach?
- How would a good coaching program improve my business?
- What kind of programs are available through Jim Cockrum’s program and what costs are involved?
Nathan and Bob both have a lot of history in the world of ecommerce. They were both ecstatic to be asked to join Jim Cockrum as coaches for his program. Jim’s program began as a relatively small endeavor, then continued to gather steam. Today, there are thousands of people who can testify that Jim Cockrum has forever changed and improved their businesses. Jim employs Nathan and Bob as coaches who write articles for his blog, discuss strategies with clients and do personal coaching with Jim’s clients as well. These coaching strategies are excellent because they are tailored to your specific business. Not only do you get the expertise of your coach, you get the entire program at your disposal, including hundreds of pages worth of articles about how to sell, what to sell, how to price, etc. This information is invaluable and all available to Jim’s clients. There are several links below, but the main Jim Cockrum Coaching page can be found by clicking the link above.
After a commercial break, Kat was joined on the line by Jordan Malik to discuss his newest venture, the CLEER app.
Questions that were asked were:
- What is your ecommerce history like, Jordan?
- What and where are you selling now?
- Can you describe your newest eBay tool for us?
- Where can our listeners get this tool?
- How much does it cost?
- Tell us about your new “Ask Jordan” podcast and how my listeners can be on it!
Jordan’s new program, CLEER, is a google chrome add on that is available in the chrome app store and helps you find completed eBay listings simply by clicking a few buttons! This can save an incredible amount of time when researching items you are interested in selling. All of us, at one point or another, have had to go to eBay, search for our item, then change our wording around, then change the parameters of the search to the “sold” listings or “completed” listings and we know how frustrating the process can be. Odds are, you’ve had to sort through all of the completed listings before even finding one that sold and how much it sold for. This was a great invention by Jordan and we can’t wait to find out what’s next! Tune in to his podcast to find out more about Jordan, or follow the links below!
If you would like to find out more about being coached by That Kat herself, go here: http://www.thatkatcoaching.com/
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Kat ended this episode of That Kat Radio by telling the guests that she knows they’re busy entrepreneurs and she is devoted to bringing them new content each week that will make a big difference in their businesses. We will be back next week at 2 PM EST right here at ThatKatRadio.com with more eCommerce information and connections to help you define your success and achieve it!
I love finding like-minded folks online! I’ve recently co-written a book on how to save money shopping your favorite stores, and it seems like every time I turn around lately I find yet another author or blogger who is writing about the same thing. Let me just say for the record that if you haven’t checked out ShopSmart magazine, now is the time to do so. The sole purpose of the magazine is to find ways to save money…and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that! In their October 2012 issue, they ran an article on how to score big savings on clothing, accessories and tips for saving even more at your favorite retailers. While I love finding a blog or article geared towards saving money, what I love even more is when they tell people what I’ve been saying for years. Some of their top tips include: loyalty cards, following your favorite stores on social media, coupons, scouring the clearance racks (both online and in the store) and signing up for email alerts from the stores you frequent.
Folks, these tips and tricks are repeated by everyone as a way to save because they are ways that work! Don’t ever be caught paying full price when you could get away at a huge discount! Check out my book, Savings By Store, for more details on how to save big while shopping!
Have you gotten YOUR Home Run Guide yet? Volume One was amazing. Thousands of buyers have made tens of thousands of dollars off the tips in there.
Well, Janelle Elms has done it again! Volume Two of the Home Run Guide is at the printer’s and due out soon. WHO gets early access and the best prices on HRG2? You got it, the owners of Volume One. So go get yours now at Home Run Guide if you don’t already have it. Below is the entire list of the Top Tips – one each from all the articles contained in the Volume One guide. I’ll keep you informed as we get closer to Volume Two so check out #1 to get ready!
Here are ALL your Top Tips…
- Something ugly from the 70’s worth money? Read page 4
- Introduced at Chicago World’s Fair this highly coveted machine doesn’t even come with the name on the item. But for upwards of $400 I’m guessing you are ready to learn more. Turn to page 10
- Only in the Home Run Guide would it say, “half birds with heads’ are a good thing to buy. For the prices the Expert author is talking about you had better turn to page 16 to find out what I’m talking about!
- Albeit this Expert Guide is but one page, but it’s also one of the guides that is getting a ton of comments about it. Who knew they were worth $25? Go to page 19
- Great breakdown of the grading system used by the Independent Online Booksellers Association. Check out page 21 to make sure your books make the grade
- Do have any Little Golden Books with dust jackets? You may be holding on to a Home Run! (I didn’t even know they came with a dj!). Turn to page 28 to find out how to locate the edition of the book as well.
- Southern cooking is always delicious and now it’s profitable too. Turn to page 33 before lunch starts. At these prices you’ll be buying lunch for everyone.
- Be on the lookout for a mouse and a cake for an easy $90! Page 46 has the recipe for Home Run Success
- Give it a gentle shake, a look through and let the lever spring. Did you find a Home Run – check out page 51
- This Expert author writes, “Don’t worry if they’re dirty, because that can be fixed. To some extent stinky can be fixed, too. It’s even OK if the tread is worn off at the heels and ball of the foot.” Find out how this is still a Home Run and some buyers even prefer them this way on page 56
- Where Blah is Bad – page 73
- Need help spotting fakes? Page 75 will head you in the right direction
- The most profitable section to start when thrifting for clothes – turn to page 86
- Find out what type of bag, with interior pen marks and a worn drawstring, sells for $150. Find your answer on page 90
- Find out if it’s real by taking a flash photo. Go to page 95 to find out what Home Run item we are talking about
- Want to know what miracle ‘must have if you are selling shoes’ dressing you need for out of the ballpark Home Run Shoes? Page 100 will show you before/after photos of men’s soles that you will not believe! (and it increased her shoe price from $100 to $180 with this $5 product!)
- Home Runs come in small cases. Learn what to pay in order to get your Home Run on page 103
- Find out what pen from a junk drawer was purchased for $1 and sold for a Home Run of $500. Page 106 will share this story with you.
- The best place to find these $200 Home Runs is to look under things. Find out what you are looking for on page 110
- I love that this Expert Author says there are no bad pieces, buy everything you can of this product! Makes it much easier for me. Find out what well-known collectible this is on page 116
- Jane, Betty, Rosie and Lill are Merrymaids whose tale (tail!) can be found on page $119
- At only 3-8” tall, these miniatures can command $100 or more. Find out how to measure up on page 124
- Be on the lookout for this nondescript piece of plastic – Vince got $3000 for his. Quickly turn to page 130
- School loyalty will bring you the big Home Runs with this deaf collectible. Page 138
- This Home Run came from another seller’s lack of knowledge. Learn your keywords for this unique collectible at page 169
- Great tip – the pencil test! Easy to do in those Goodwill aisles. Find out Lynn Dralle’s details on page 173
- Mistaking flatware for a motorcycle company? You can let Lynn explain on page 185
- From dormitory dishware to elegant dinner services, this brand name can be a Home Run for you. Read the Home Run on page 193
- Fabulous tips for cleaning and polishing the flatware you are selling on page 199
- SO many tips on this Home Run, from where to find it, to taking the photos, to marketing with the right keywords, and even details about shipping! Start reading this great guide on page 205
- This purchase by your buyer is all based upon emotions – learn how to tug at their heart strings on page 209
- I know this one is a bit outside some people’s comfort zone, but I promise Bryan makes it easy by breaking each part down in this profitable Home Run niche area. I never knew the fakes had 2 instead of 1 – page 215
- Not only can you hit a Home Run with these items, but what’s inside can be worth money too! Page 222
- It’s good to know that small can be a Home Run too! Page 224
- Ah, great tip – you will never see this in any color but clear! Easy way to spot the ones that aren’t real Page 228
- Sorry Kat, but the color purple in this glass won’t bring in the big bucks – find out what will on page 231
- I had no idea of the difference between elegant glass and depression glass – wow, much easier than I thought! Thanks for the tip on page 234
- OOOH, I want to find that bookend on page 253 that sold for $2500!
- Great tip on getting stains out so you can make it a Home Run on page 264
- Ah, the more it takes your breath away, the more it’s worth! Page 27
- My two favorite subjects – coffee and Home Runs, especially when they sell for $1600! Read how on page 275
- Thanks Jason, now I have the Tiki Room song stuck in my head…in the tiki, tiki, tiki, tiki tiki room where this Home run just sold for $1466! Page 280 to join in
- WOW – “EYE Love U” brings in $300! Find out what Home Run I’m talking about on page 292
- I want to find a Home Run with liquid cavities inside them! Page 295
- Did you know that 18K in the US gold jewelry market translates into 750 for the European system? Learn more details about gold on page 298
- With gold hovering in the $1700 an ounce range, you will want to memorize this Expert Guide starting on page 301
- Sometimes Home Runs are so good, they belong in a museum! Page 312 to learn more
- Watch your profit margins – you might do better selling the silver online then selling it for scrap. Page 317 (and who knew that that jewelry from QVC was worth real money? Apparently Carol does!)
- Great article on where to find clearance items at all the top stores (this will help you FBA’ers a lot!). Page 323
- My favorite tip in this ‘getting ready to go find Home Runs’ guide is #10 – it’s amazing to me how many people don’t take advantage of this extra opportunity to expand their marketplaces. I know Maryann does this!! Page 327
- Who knew Shakira could be a Home Run? Good thing our expert writer JaDeene did – check out page 331 for the full story
- Does negotiating for a lower prices (thus increasing your profits) make you a bit nervous? Turn to page 334 to learn Top Tips from the Expert negotiator Tim, “Mr Customer Service” Chapman.
- Page 338 contains a powerful list of the Picker’s Tool List – the must bring along items to ensure your Home Run Success
- I had no idea that there is a rummage sale Home Run strategy – want to learn too? Turn to page 340 for details
- Turning Tupperware into a Home Run doesn’t involve a party in your home – but it does involve knowing the ‘what to look for’s’ on page 346
- Did you know Pyrex made a set called Visions cookware – it’s amber in color and can bring in $200 a piece!! Look in the kitchen and on page 349 for this Home Run
- This Home Run comes with it’s own ‘how to ship safely’ video – read more on page 352
- Finally, a Home Run that will cost .25-$1, is easily identifiable, can be found at garage/estate sales and commands prices that can consistently bring 1000% in profits. Page 355 to learn about this Home Run
- Have you ever passed up those cute dimensional baking pans from Wilton? After reading this Expert Guide you will be getting Home Runs instead of strikeouts if you read page 358
- Have you ever heard of “Nuts: Original Score from the Motion Picture”? I hadn’t until I read this informative Expert Guide on all things having to do with Barbra Streisand. Learn more at page 364
- A Home Run found in the attic – not in the attic, but used to create the attic and roof! Check out what sold for $800-$2500 each! Page 373
- There is one CD of Frank Sinatra’s that you should always buy to make $75 – want to know what it is? Head over to page 377
- Waterford makes Jewish ritual collectibles – did you know that? Do you know which ones to buy? Page 399
- What are the top 3 names in baseball gloves you should buy? Check out page 407
- What item should you separate into 2 pieces and sell separately for the most profit? Answer on page 409
- What do the names Schutt, Douglas, and Adams have to do with your profits? Page 415
- You see these all the time at garage sale and goodwill stores – golf clubs – but do you know which ones bring in the big bucks? You will after reading page 417
- You ALWAYS buy the ones from Germany, sometimes the ones from Japan, but never the ones from China. Want to pay $15 for this item and sell it for $385? Read page 423
- You’ll make great money on these items because they are free and dead! Hurry over to page 428
- Do you know what a Chop Shop is? Do you know how to use it with your garage/estate sale items? Chris does on page 433
- I’ll take a Big Mac and a side of profitable toys with that. Page 436
- What treasure do you find in the yard sale box with broken crayons, and a bunch of tiny toys? Read page 441 to find out
- Looking for Zippy the Monkey since he’ll bring you $100-$300? What? You don’t know what he looks like? Well page 446 does
- Always buy the Caterpillar Loader, the Barbie Lamborghini, Lightning McQueen, the Batmobile, Dale Earnhardt Sr. and the Gravedigger. Want to know more about this Home Run? Page 450 has your answer
- If you want this up to $12,000 Home Run you have to check out her behind and then make sure she smells like crayons. Page 452 will help
- This hot Home Run, where the boxes get top dollar too, should always be purchased if under $30 – as most will easily sell for $60. Read conditions for these Japanese toys on page 465