New Marketing Spy Tech: Desktop Software Uncovers & Tracks
Real-Time Visitors To Amazon, eBay, Etsy, Shopify..
Part Search Engine. Part Super-Spy. Your Secret Marketing Weapon.
Spy on Millions of Buyers & Shoppers *legally*
HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL GET:
Over 90% Off Lifetime Access Today
LIFETIME ACCESS: TRENDING AMAZON PRODUCTS
VIRAL TRAFFIC & BEST SELLERS ON AMAZON – $97
LIFETIME ACCESS: TRENDING ETSY PRODUCTS
VIRAL AND TRENDING PRODUCTS ON THE INDEPENDENT eCOMMERCE PLATFORM – $97
LIFETIME ACCESS: TRENDING SHOPIFY
VIRAL CAMPAIGNS AND TRENDING PRODUCTS – $97
LIFETIME ACCESS: TEESHIRT TRENDS
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Over a Trillion dollars was spent this year alone on eCommerce purchases.
In the last few years, eCommerce has become the booming category for online marketers.
eCommerce has become easy and accessible with websites like Etsy and Shopify allowing anyone to open a store and start selling.
Millionaires are being created seemingly overnight..
It’s like the old gold-rush days. Big money made overnight on the back of a killer product or idea..
It’s crazy that you are literally one product away from a 5, 6 even 7 figure business!
But as mouth watering as that thought is, there is a big problem..
The boom in competition has also meant that your chances of launching a breakout store or product are decreasing by the hour. Thousands of online stores open every day – many selling the same products or crowding the same niches..
Like the gold rush era, there are a multitude of pan-handlers all lining the river bank, jostling for the same gold deposits..
To launch a winner requires luck as much as anything. It’s like placing a bet when you run an Ad to a new product – hoping for a hit.
YOU DON’T NEED MORE INFORMATION.. YOU NEED INSIGHTS.
I tried without success many times to launch my own online store. I thought that everyone else was having massive success, so would I..
I assumed that I could use my creativity to invent or discover trending products. I thought I could predict what would sell well.
Well, I was wrong. Again and again.
I failed at 8 out of 10 products I tested. I hated wasting my time and money testing ads and promoting products that turned out to be duds. But it all changed when I started looking at the only place that mattered. The consumers and the marketplace.
What were the masses interested in? How could I know without a shadow of doubt? Was it possible to “see into” the data about eCommerce buyers and visitors? Could I gather insights from that data?