Our Mission is to Drive Your Amazon Sales.
Just like you, my husband and I are habitual entrepreneurs. A night out means going to a cozy local cafe, ordering some bubble tea, and busting out our laptops to work on our Amazon business for hours on end.
Step back nearly one year ago today: I was sweating bullets in my tiny work cubicle trying to think of the best way to tell my amazing boss and co-workers about my decision to resign. I'd been with the housewares wholesale company for nearly 3 years working in international marketing and product development.
A few months before my decision to leave the Chicago-based company, I spent my evenings and weekends working as a contributing writer for Incite Marketing and a copywriter for an online jewelry business. Even though I enjoyed the income stability from my day job, I became completely infatuated with internet entrepreneurship. My side hustle gave me the momentum to venture out and turn my creative talents into a business.
My husband, Sean, was a full-time SEO marketing specialist at a software service firm and a part-time growth hacker at a startup company. Believe it or not, we were able to squeeze in time to start an Amazon business. After several months of selling products on Amazon, my husband gained the financial freedom to leave his day job so he could set his own schedule and work from anywhere in the world. We are so grateful to live in a time where we can earn an honest living online. We love it so much, we want to help other sellers succeed and live a life of financial freedom and happiness.
Since starting our Amazon business, we've helped several other people in our community start their own lucrative businesses. If there's one thing we're good at, it's selling products on Amazon. We've put in the time and work to learn how take product photos that sell, write compelling sales copy that convert, and run PPC campaigns that will get eyeballs on your listing. We realize not everyone has the time to learn how to do all these things. That's okay because we're here to help.
We've been in the Amazon selling community long enough to know how important it is to keep your wholesale and private label products confidential. The last thing we want is for other sellers to copy your products. We promise to keep all information confidential. If you'd like, we would be happy to fill out a non-disclosure agreement form.
We are so excited to help you succeed. Thanks for taking the time to visit our site! We look forward to working with you.
- Stacy Lambert-Smith