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In 2015, Kevin Rizer started a brand, selling products on Amazon. It quickly grew from a hobby into a multi-million dollar empire. A year later, Kevin started recording conversations with successful sellers, and launched a podcast to tell their stories. That podcast was called “Private Label Podcast”. In the time since, the podcast has become a movement with tens of thousands of loyal followers, and is today the authoritative source for information and inspiration on selling on Amazon, e-commerce and entrepreneurship.

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What To Expect At Private Label Summit 2019

What is up Private Label Movement! This is Brad Langan, the Head of Marketing over at Private Label Movement. I know you all don't normally hear from me but I have something special to share with about what we have been hard at work on. Why Are We Hosting The Private Label Summit? There is a trend where Amazon is making it more and more difficult to establish your brand on Amazon. Amazon sellers are now facing a ton of challenges nowadays. Everything from just increased competition, Amazon releasing a ton of their own products, software that can model exactly what you are doing, and even listings getting hijacked. Jonathan Gabriel noticed this trend and quickly realized that people need to own their brand and leverage other sources for selling eComm products. This is why we started the Private Label Summit. When Is The Summit Happening? It is taking place March 5th - 8th online. All you need to do is go register here to get your FREE TICKET. What Topics Will Be Covered? You are goin...

7 MINMAR 1
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What To Expect At Private Label Summit 2019

Patrick Tedjamulia – Founder and CEO of VideoPeel – Video Review Expert 019

Today, Patrick Tedjamulia shares the story of how he founded and became the CEO of Videopeel, a video review platform. He talks about his love for customer insights, which led him to discover the true value of videos in advertising. Consumers First Thinking Before his venture into Facebook and Google, Patrick worked in brand management. His initial training for his career had been about consumer packaged goods. He was trained in marketing by Procter & Gamble with a consumer’s boss thinking. “It's all about first understanding who your consumer really was, stepping into the shoes of the consumer. That’s been my love and my passion.” - Patrick Tedjamulia Patrick then went to MBA school in Duke University to further his education in consumer insights and research. Facebook and Google Advertising Patrick’s formal training and education in understanding consumers eventually helped him as he worked at Facebook and Google. “As I started helping them build their advertising tools, I h...

28 MINJAN 23
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Patrick Tedjamulia – Founder and CEO of VideoPeel – Video Review Expert 019

Jordan Rolband – Performance Marketing Expert 018

Jordan Rolband is the Co-Founder and President of DFO Global Performance Commerce. A certified performance marketing expert, he shares with us today how he blew up his marketing agency with eight global offices and over 200 employees. Jordan Rolband - A Love for Marketing Fifteen years ago, Jordan was in a completely different place. He started his career in finance and quickly learned that the industry wasn’t for him. Not to mention that he didn't want to dress up every day. He worked as a partner at a company and couldn't focus on the business. Jordan didn’t have a real interest in becoming a high-level sales guy or managing the sales team. All he wanted to do was market. LeadGenerationthroughMicrosites Jordan then started to build microsites in 2005-2006. These sites catered for mortgages and loan consolidation. With the help of Google AdWords, they were able to scale up different campaigns. They also utilized some of the leads they were generating for their own business. Jorda...

40 MINJAN 15
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Jordan Rolband – Performance Marketing Expert 018

Max Kolysh – Amazon to eBay and Dropship Arbitrage Extraordinaire 017

Max Kolysh, Founder and CEO of Zinc, shares the story of how they managed to dominate dropshipping arbitrage with their automation suites. How does Zinc continue to influence the e-commerce industry? Max Kolysh - Walking the Path of a Startup Max and his co-founder met when Max was finishing his master’s at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Max’s co-founder, a large eBay seller back in high school, developed some technologies that they thought to productize. In a leap of faith, they applied to one of the top startup accelerators in San Francisco. “We didn't know what we were doing at the time. We thought we had a good idea and that we could sell it.” - Max Kolysh Birth of Zinc Save They dropped out of college when they got into the three-month startup program from which they received mentorship and advice. Their hard work culminated in a demo day where companies pitched to investors, much like in real life. Halfway through the program, they pivoted from automation for affil...

31 MINJAN 7
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Max Kolysh – Amazon to eBay and Dropship Arbitrage Extraordinaire 017

The Best of Private Label Movement 2018 016

Jonathan Gabriel looks back on TheBestofPrivateLabelMovement2018 in episodes with Jeremy Sherk, Rob Kosberg, Chakra Yendapally and Nathan Lind. There's more to being successful at private label than just adding products to Amazon. Jonathan's guests are successful entrepreneurs who have found thier niche in the online marketplace. Listen in as his guests discuss the importance of choosing the right product, leveraging your expertise, bookkeeping for private label entrepreneurs and building relationships. Jeremy Sherk Nested Naturals Jeremy is an 8-figure entrepreneur, speaker, health nut, and Co-Founder and CEO at Nested Natural, an e-commerce supplement company. He's a best-seller pro that focuses on great products but also reinvests heavily into his business on Amazon and through other platforms where he can control his brand more readily. Connect with Jeremy Nested Naturals Rob Kosberg Best Seller Publishing Rob was running a hundred-million-dollar real estate company when the rec...

22 MIN2018 DEC 24
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The Best of Private Label Movement 2018 016

Richard Chapo – Internet Lawyer for Businesses 015

The constant evolution of e-commerce requires passage of regulations for the industry. But how do they truly work in relation to those affected? On this episode, Internet lawyer Richard Chapo shares valuable insights on sales tax, GDPR, and copyright issues. “In the Wayfair decision, basically the Supreme Court said that states can collect sales tax regardless of where you're located.” - Richard Chapo Wayfair and the Amazon Wars Richard has clients who deal with physical product sales. The debate as to whether states could tax certain Internet sales has finally culminated with the recent Supreme Court ruling on the Wayfair case. The so-called Amazon wars took 20 years in total. “One of the problems with the Internet is it takes the supreme court a long time to get around to deciding on something.” - Richard Chapo Sales Tax Discourse The Supreme Court sets the law for the land as far as court systems go. Once they have made a decision, all courts in the country must follow, wheth...

35 MIN2018 DEC 17
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Richard Chapo – Internet Lawyer for Businesses 015

Vladi Gordon – Amazon Seller and Founder, CEO of Sellerboard 014

Vladi Gordon is the founder and CEO of Sellerboard, a financial services tool for Amazon sellers. Today, he shares the story behind the tool and what sellers can learn to improve profit by keeping track of customer insights as they relate to revenue. Bookkeeping, or stuff like Excel, it's not the thing that entrepreneurs like most unless, I guess, they're bookkeepers or owners of bookkeeping companies. - Vladi GordonVladi Gordon - Taking a Shot at SellingVladi started out as a seller back in 2015 in Germany. He was working in a software company when he heard of the new trend in online selling, Amazon. He started taking interest in private label products when there was buzz about the virtual reality glasses, Google Cardboard. When Vladi found a much cheaper alternative to the VR glasses, he ordered ten of them. Because he was the only person in Germany who was selling these glasses, they sold out fast. The same went for the next hundred glasses he put up on his online store. Curse of...

34 MIN2018 DEC 10
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Vladi Gordon – Amazon Seller and Founder, CEO of Sellerboard 014

Jon MacDonald CEO of The Good – Conversion and Optimization Specialist 013

Jon MacDonald is the President and Founder of The Good, the most trusted e-commerce conversion rate and customer experience optimization advisory company. They started about ten years ago. When they first built the company, they focused mainly on e-commerce development. "Bringing your consumer into the process is extremely important because they are the ones who are doing the research." - Jon MacDonald Origin of The Good They built e-commerce sites for brands that wanted their own channel for sales online. They discovered a lot of things along the way. First of all, development was becoming and has become a commodity. Everyone can find a developer or a shop that will build their e-commerce site. Some of the more popular platforms include Shopify and BigCommerce who do not require a lot of development skills to at least get something set up. Jon MacDonald Becoming Different In order to set them apart from everyone else, The Good offered a three-month optimization engagement after lau...

37 MIN2018 DEC 4
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Jon MacDonald CEO of The Good – Conversion and Optimization Specialist 013

Earnest Epps 6-Figure High Ticket Drop Shipping 012

Earnest Epps is a life-long entrepreneur and salesman. After losing his corporate position, within 30 days he self-taught himself and created the Earnest Approach to dropshipping high ticket items from USmanufacturers. NFL Dreams Earnest had a bit of a mindset when he entered college. His mother had pushed him to pick a specialty and focus on that during college. Because of his mother's encouragement, Earnest chose IT and technology. Football was his main reason for going to college and his choice was based upon a path to the NFL and not the educational opportunities. Unfortunately, before he ever got to play in college, Earnest's dreams of going to the NFL were smashed due to injuries. Earnest Epps Hustling to Succeed Not knowing what to do, he started knocking on doors and passing out flyers for a remodeling company. He soon learned the art of setting up leads for sales in order to earn commission checks. If I can get (that first) sale, I can figure it out from there. - Earnest Ep...

37 MIN2018 NOV 26
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Earnest Epps 6-Figure High Ticket Drop Shipping 012

Nathan Hirsch 8-Figure Seller Turned Outsourcing Expert 011

Nathan Hirsh is a veteran Amazonseller with over 25 million in sales. He's currently the founder and CEO of FreeeUp an online outsourcing company. Ever Evolving E-commerce When Nathan started it was him and two other people on every listing. Sometimes there wasn't anyone else to compete with. Today, that's unheard of. Nathan's business model is drop-shipping which has become harder and harder to do through Amazon. Sellers must do it by creating their own stores and driving traffic to it. "Turnover is expensive. Once you find the people that are the core parts of your business, figure out how you keep them." - Nathan Hirsch on the importance of each position within a company He didn't even know what private label was until about six years into selling on Amazon. Today, that's where everyone gets started and you haveall of the gurus who sell massive volumes on Facebook and social media. Amazon's Rule Changes This is probably the biggest change to e-commerce. When Nathan started it was...

29 MIN2018 NOV 19
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Nathan Hirsch 8-Figure Seller Turned Outsourcing Expert 011

Latest Episodes

What To Expect At Private Label Summit 2019

What is up Private Label Movement! This is Brad Langan, the Head of Marketing over at Private Label Movement. I know you all don't normally hear from me but I have something special to share with about what we have been hard at work on. Why Are We Hosting The Private Label Summit? There is a trend where Amazon is making it more and more difficult to establish your brand on Amazon. Amazon sellers are now facing a ton of challenges nowadays. Everything from just increased competition, Amazon releasing a ton of their own products, software that can model exactly what you are doing, and even listings getting hijacked. Jonathan Gabriel noticed this trend and quickly realized that people need to own their brand and leverage other sources for selling eComm products. This is why we started the Private Label Summit. When Is The Summit Happening? It is taking place March 5th - 8th online. All you need to do is go register here to get your FREE TICKET. What Topics Will Be Covered? You are goin...

7 MINMAR 1
Comments
What To Expect At Private Label Summit 2019

Patrick Tedjamulia – Founder and CEO of VideoPeel – Video Review Expert 019

Today, Patrick Tedjamulia shares the story of how he founded and became the CEO of Videopeel, a video review platform. He talks about his love for customer insights, which led him to discover the true value of videos in advertising. Consumers First Thinking Before his venture into Facebook and Google, Patrick worked in brand management. His initial training for his career had been about consumer packaged goods. He was trained in marketing by Procter & Gamble with a consumer’s boss thinking. “It's all about first understanding who your consumer really was, stepping into the shoes of the consumer. That’s been my love and my passion.” - Patrick Tedjamulia Patrick then went to MBA school in Duke University to further his education in consumer insights and research. Facebook and Google Advertising Patrick’s formal training and education in understanding consumers eventually helped him as he worked at Facebook and Google. “As I started helping them build their advertising tools, I h...

28 MINJAN 23
Comments
Patrick Tedjamulia – Founder and CEO of VideoPeel – Video Review Expert 019

Jordan Rolband – Performance Marketing Expert 018

Jordan Rolband is the Co-Founder and President of DFO Global Performance Commerce. A certified performance marketing expert, he shares with us today how he blew up his marketing agency with eight global offices and over 200 employees. Jordan Rolband - A Love for Marketing Fifteen years ago, Jordan was in a completely different place. He started his career in finance and quickly learned that the industry wasn’t for him. Not to mention that he didn't want to dress up every day. He worked as a partner at a company and couldn't focus on the business. Jordan didn’t have a real interest in becoming a high-level sales guy or managing the sales team. All he wanted to do was market. LeadGenerationthroughMicrosites Jordan then started to build microsites in 2005-2006. These sites catered for mortgages and loan consolidation. With the help of Google AdWords, they were able to scale up different campaigns. They also utilized some of the leads they were generating for their own business. Jorda...

40 MINJAN 15
Comments
Jordan Rolband – Performance Marketing Expert 018

Max Kolysh – Amazon to eBay and Dropship Arbitrage Extraordinaire 017

Max Kolysh, Founder and CEO of Zinc, shares the story of how they managed to dominate dropshipping arbitrage with their automation suites. How does Zinc continue to influence the e-commerce industry? Max Kolysh - Walking the Path of a Startup Max and his co-founder met when Max was finishing his master’s at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Max’s co-founder, a large eBay seller back in high school, developed some technologies that they thought to productize. In a leap of faith, they applied to one of the top startup accelerators in San Francisco. “We didn't know what we were doing at the time. We thought we had a good idea and that we could sell it.” - Max Kolysh Birth of Zinc Save They dropped out of college when they got into the three-month startup program from which they received mentorship and advice. Their hard work culminated in a demo day where companies pitched to investors, much like in real life. Halfway through the program, they pivoted from automation for affil...

31 MINJAN 7
Comments
Max Kolysh – Amazon to eBay and Dropship Arbitrage Extraordinaire 017

The Best of Private Label Movement 2018 016

Jonathan Gabriel looks back on TheBestofPrivateLabelMovement2018 in episodes with Jeremy Sherk, Rob Kosberg, Chakra Yendapally and Nathan Lind. There's more to being successful at private label than just adding products to Amazon. Jonathan's guests are successful entrepreneurs who have found thier niche in the online marketplace. Listen in as his guests discuss the importance of choosing the right product, leveraging your expertise, bookkeeping for private label entrepreneurs and building relationships. Jeremy Sherk Nested Naturals Jeremy is an 8-figure entrepreneur, speaker, health nut, and Co-Founder and CEO at Nested Natural, an e-commerce supplement company. He's a best-seller pro that focuses on great products but also reinvests heavily into his business on Amazon and through other platforms where he can control his brand more readily. Connect with Jeremy Nested Naturals Rob Kosberg Best Seller Publishing Rob was running a hundred-million-dollar real estate company when the rec...

22 MIN2018 DEC 24
Comments
The Best of Private Label Movement 2018 016

Richard Chapo – Internet Lawyer for Businesses 015

The constant evolution of e-commerce requires passage of regulations for the industry. But how do they truly work in relation to those affected? On this episode, Internet lawyer Richard Chapo shares valuable insights on sales tax, GDPR, and copyright issues. “In the Wayfair decision, basically the Supreme Court said that states can collect sales tax regardless of where you're located.” - Richard Chapo Wayfair and the Amazon Wars Richard has clients who deal with physical product sales. The debate as to whether states could tax certain Internet sales has finally culminated with the recent Supreme Court ruling on the Wayfair case. The so-called Amazon wars took 20 years in total. “One of the problems with the Internet is it takes the supreme court a long time to get around to deciding on something.” - Richard Chapo Sales Tax Discourse The Supreme Court sets the law for the land as far as court systems go. Once they have made a decision, all courts in the country must follow, wheth...

35 MIN2018 DEC 17
Comments
Richard Chapo – Internet Lawyer for Businesses 015

Vladi Gordon – Amazon Seller and Founder, CEO of Sellerboard 014

Vladi Gordon is the founder and CEO of Sellerboard, a financial services tool for Amazon sellers. Today, he shares the story behind the tool and what sellers can learn to improve profit by keeping track of customer insights as they relate to revenue. Bookkeeping, or stuff like Excel, it's not the thing that entrepreneurs like most unless, I guess, they're bookkeepers or owners of bookkeeping companies. - Vladi GordonVladi Gordon - Taking a Shot at SellingVladi started out as a seller back in 2015 in Germany. He was working in a software company when he heard of the new trend in online selling, Amazon. He started taking interest in private label products when there was buzz about the virtual reality glasses, Google Cardboard. When Vladi found a much cheaper alternative to the VR glasses, he ordered ten of them. Because he was the only person in Germany who was selling these glasses, they sold out fast. The same went for the next hundred glasses he put up on his online store. Curse of...

34 MIN2018 DEC 10
Comments
Vladi Gordon – Amazon Seller and Founder, CEO of Sellerboard 014

Jon MacDonald CEO of The Good – Conversion and Optimization Specialist 013

Jon MacDonald is the President and Founder of The Good, the most trusted e-commerce conversion rate and customer experience optimization advisory company. They started about ten years ago. When they first built the company, they focused mainly on e-commerce development. "Bringing your consumer into the process is extremely important because they are the ones who are doing the research." - Jon MacDonald Origin of The Good They built e-commerce sites for brands that wanted their own channel for sales online. They discovered a lot of things along the way. First of all, development was becoming and has become a commodity. Everyone can find a developer or a shop that will build their e-commerce site. Some of the more popular platforms include Shopify and BigCommerce who do not require a lot of development skills to at least get something set up. Jon MacDonald Becoming Different In order to set them apart from everyone else, The Good offered a three-month optimization engagement after lau...

37 MIN2018 DEC 4
Comments
Jon MacDonald CEO of The Good – Conversion and Optimization Specialist 013

Earnest Epps 6-Figure High Ticket Drop Shipping 012

Earnest Epps is a life-long entrepreneur and salesman. After losing his corporate position, within 30 days he self-taught himself and created the Earnest Approach to dropshipping high ticket items from USmanufacturers. NFL Dreams Earnest had a bit of a mindset when he entered college. His mother had pushed him to pick a specialty and focus on that during college. Because of his mother's encouragement, Earnest chose IT and technology. Football was his main reason for going to college and his choice was based upon a path to the NFL and not the educational opportunities. Unfortunately, before he ever got to play in college, Earnest's dreams of going to the NFL were smashed due to injuries. Earnest Epps Hustling to Succeed Not knowing what to do, he started knocking on doors and passing out flyers for a remodeling company. He soon learned the art of setting up leads for sales in order to earn commission checks. If I can get (that first) sale, I can figure it out from there. - Earnest Ep...

37 MIN2018 NOV 26
Comments
Earnest Epps 6-Figure High Ticket Drop Shipping 012

Nathan Hirsch 8-Figure Seller Turned Outsourcing Expert 011

Nathan Hirsh is a veteran Amazonseller with over 25 million in sales. He's currently the founder and CEO of FreeeUp an online outsourcing company. Ever Evolving E-commerce When Nathan started it was him and two other people on every listing. Sometimes there wasn't anyone else to compete with. Today, that's unheard of. Nathan's business model is drop-shipping which has become harder and harder to do through Amazon. Sellers must do it by creating their own stores and driving traffic to it. "Turnover is expensive. Once you find the people that are the core parts of your business, figure out how you keep them." - Nathan Hirsch on the importance of each position within a company He didn't even know what private label was until about six years into selling on Amazon. Today, that's where everyone gets started and you haveall of the gurus who sell massive volumes on Facebook and social media. Amazon's Rule Changes This is probably the biggest change to e-commerce. When Nathan started it was...

29 MIN2018 NOV 19
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Nathan Hirsch 8-Figure Seller Turned Outsourcing Expert 011