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4 Conferences and Trade Shows for Sellers to Attend

It’s time to plan your schedule for 2017. If you’ve never attended industry conferences or trade shows for sellers before, you’ve been neglecting a sneaky-good opportunity to grow on Amazon and eBay. There are two main reasons why Amazon and eBay sellers should go to trade shows: to source and to network. You get opportunities […]

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Introducing Multi-Pallet Lots: New Categories, More Inventory

We are thrilled to announce that multi-pallet lots are now available on BULQ.com. A multi-pallet lot is a new, larger lot similar to a less-than-truckload (LTLs) sized lot. At launch, our multi-pallet lots contain 4-5 pallets per listing, with categories we’ve never offered online — including home goods like bathroom vanities, furniture, and tools — […]

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4 Reasons to Source Smaller: BULQ Wholesale Cases

The BULQ team has spent a significant amount of time meeting and listening to entrepreneurs in the reseller community and know that there are a lot of resellers who prefer to process a smaller amount of inventory than what is typically sourced at the pallet- or truckload-level. BULQ cases, which are smaller wholesale lots, are […]

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What’s the Deal with Private Labeling?

There’s no “one right way” to run a successful reselling business—everyone has their own methods for finding merchandise, and they prefer different marketplaces. At its core, many resellers have similar business models: they buy returned and excess inventory from vendors or wholesalers to resell at a discount online. But some resellers actually sell merchandise as part […]

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A Guide to Gated Merchandise on Amazon

Gated, restricted, prohibited. These words mean, in their simplest form, “no” or “you can’t have”. They’re the last words any reseller wants to hear, because they limit what can and can’t be sold as part of their business. Unfortunately, these boundaries are unavoidable when selling on Amazon. There are currently 22 categories of goods on Amazon […]

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