Podcasts of Inspirations and tips on Buying and Selling of Websites

Incredible Acquisitions: The Beard King (Part Two) With Raj Patel

In the world of e-commerce acquisitions, it is always beneficial to explore a transaction from both the seller and the buyer side. In today’s Beard King follow-up episode we bring you part two, the buyer. Raj Patel is a law school dropout who has been an entrepreneur for several years. He started to build Amazon […] Read more

Incredible Exits: The Beard King (Part One) With Nicholas Galakovic

Today’s guest set out to create a product to solve a problem in his bathroom sink, wound up with two utility patents, numerous copyrights and trademarks and went through lots of ups and downs along the way. This week we are having him on the podcast to recount the seller side of a two-part seller/buyer […] Read more

How to Sell a UK FBA Businesses and Not Get Killed By Taxes with Joseph Harwood

Selling a British company to a US entity is complicated to say the least. From this experience, we have learned that it is doable and an eye-opening experience from both the seller and the buyer side. There are opportunities out there, and with some perseverance, great returns on both ends of the deal.  Today’s guest, […] Read more

Streamline Your Product from Concept to Market with Gembah

Product innovation, product creation, and product variance are the key lifelines to any Amazon e-commerce business. Unless you are very lucky, simply putting one product out there and hoping that pays off is not going to be sustainable to your business. Today’s guest helps people working with overseas importers to navigate the realm of product […] Read more

Planning a Strategic Exit from Your Business with BEI Institute

Bringing outside perspectives and experiences to our business and podcast episodes adds another perspective to our expertise. This episode brings in someone with a lot of experience in a particular niche, in this case, the exit strategy/buyout arena. Quiet Light’s own Walker Diebel is here today talking to our guest all about exit planning. BEI […] Read more

Investing in a Web-Based Business: Mistakes and Best Practices

Today we welcome Chuck (iii) Mullins, we are talking with him about his background, experience, his algorithm knowledge, ask him our rapid-fire questions, and pick his brain about the business. Chuck built his first profitable website back in 1996 when he was an impressionable 18 years old. He studied computer software engineering in college, which […] Read more

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