Sometimes back in 2016, I made an astounding discovery about a profitable business that many Nigerians are not fully aware of.


The discovery came as I was browsing on Linda Ikeji’s blog.


I noticed that a particular woman was running a N50,000/day advert continually on the blog.


In fact, in that month, I noticed that she ran the advert 15 times because I counted it.


If you do the maths, that is N50,000 x 15 = N750,000


​For someone to spend N750,000 a month on adverts, that tells you that the business is working and making a lot of money.


She would never repeat that ad if it wasn’t bringing in money.


So for her to be repeating the advert means she is making a lot of money.


What the woman was selling is waist trimmers.

But don’t be deceived.


The “waist trimmer” is not the business.

Let me explain.


She was importing those waist trimmers for $2 (N700) each and selling each for N15,000


After removing shipping cost and other expenses, she will probably be left with N10,000 profit per sale


If she sold only 20 copies each time she ran those ads on Linda Ikeji’s blog, that means she was pocketing N200,000 pure profits each day!


Crazy. Right?


I call this business model – smart ecommerce and it can be highly profitable.


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I wanted to know more.


So, I learnt a lot about the business model


The first product I imported to test out the model was a beauty product.


I imported 90 pieces and it cost me N45,000 (shipping included)


With shipping, each product comes to about N500 a piece.


I ran an advert on Instagram and sold all the products within 2 weeks at a cost of N5000 each.


After removing all costs (product purchase, shipping, courier, instagram ads, packaging), I was left with N305,000 pure profits which is not bad for a 2 weeks project that started with N45,000 capital.


Think about that.


How many businesses can you start with N45,000 and make N305,000 pure profits within 2 weeks?


But unfortunately, only a few people are aware of this business.

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This business model works based on 3 things:

(1) Searching for physical products that solve problems for people or helps them get closer to their desires mostly from China.


(2) Buying the products at the lowest cost possible and importing them to Nigeria


(3) Selling the products using a genius marketing method to for a good return


The last product I imported cost me N150,000 overall (including shipping costs) and I made N1.6m within 30 days of selling it.


As you can see, this business is not for broke people.


You should have a minimum of N50,000 to get started.


But the good thing is that you can turn your capital into a lot of profits within a few weeks if you use the proven system I use.


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Talking about a proven system, permit me to invite you to the same guy who taught me the proven system I use to profit from smart ecommerce (or mini importation).

His name is Patrick Ogidi and on Sunday July 29th, he will be holding an online class by 9pm where he will be showing you how you can start importing products for lower prices from places like Hong Kong, China etc and selling them for crazy profits.


The guy is a busy man.


I have been on his neck to do this training for more than 3 months now.


That means if you miss out on this online class, he most likely won’t do it again anytime soon.


So, if you will like to attend, click the green button below to register for the online class.

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​I will be attending this online class too because I need to learn some new tactics.


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