by christopher



The home based business industry has always been center around selling and recruiting. Anyone from any walk of life is welcome to participate. Countless have trashed and bashed mlm to seek success in Ecommerce. And there have been 4 different attempts to bring it into the home based business industry.

1. it's common for people to leverage 3rd party entities.

2 Affiliate or MLM.

3. You can work independently on or offline.

4. You can also dropship and move products without inventory.

If you're considering this option as a source of income. The best thing you can do is take it serious. Never get comfortable. I have witnessed many who have done well with ecommerce but they got comfortable. They are worse off now because they didn't think like a true business professional. In any business or profession longevity has to be the first priority. Putting away money is the best way to take care of your business. You always want to take care of your business so your business is there to take care of you. It's a tough discipline that is either overlooked or it's just simply not taught. 


I've personally done Ecommerce and have had successful sales and I've also had some nightmarish experiences with it to in the process. Most bad experiences come from lack of education and preparation. Ecommerce made a some noise in 2013 and sounded strong throughout 2014 as of late it's not heard of nearly as often due to the majority of the "recruiting" programs are no longer around. People hate selling and recruiting yet the majority will not participate in something unless it has that side included. 


As far as huge success worth talking about Tommy Rodriguez is the only person that I know of that has stuck with Ecommerce to the point of creating the true successful lifestyle that only a few really get to taste of. 


From my experience most attempt e commerce because they don't want to sell or recruit and the fact that they think it's easy and there is no real work involved. I believe it's important to embrace what it takes to become successful instead of evading it. Success is always going to be hard work regardless of what profession you seek it in. If you plan on participating in e commerce commit to the learning process.  


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  • September 21, 2019

    I love the fact that in this business, several options are available at our disposal if you will. I feel like it’s best to find out which path or genre works best for you. Of course, I have tried e-Commerce and failed terribly. All because I followed someone that called themselves a guru and I’ll never forget the name of the course it was called The eBay Blueprint.

    For the life of me, I couldn’t understand the training, and I tried e-Commerce again with an affiliate company that was all the rage on social media. I failed at that one as well, and I chopped it up as e-Commerce isn’t for me. Now with that said e-Commerce is a very lucrative business model if it’s done correctly.

    Furthermore, there’s a learning curve that takes place.I feel like most so-called coaches and gurus skate around. The education and skills that it takes to succeed. You’re the only person that I’ve come across that doesn’t mind telling it like it is.

  • Angela Shepherd
    September 21, 2019

    I believe I have done this before and it did not work for me. Education is the key. You must be willing to learn it and not get to relax.

  • Khai
    September 23, 2019

    I’ve done e-commerce before, particularly dropshipping. I was selling jewelry (mostly earrings, I believe) and it’s definitely hard work. It’s not something to take lightly. You have to account for cost (fair to the customer and you), what products will sell the best within your industry, shipping time, which manufacturer(s) you want to work with, etc. It’s involved for sure.

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