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How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by mastercee(m): 10:49am On Feb 13, 2015
Earlier, I shared a post on how you can start selling your imported goods for massive profit on Konga Marketplace and also show you proof of my account where I generated over N500,000 revenue within 30 days. Visit my blog to read the article if you missed it.

Now, I’m here to share with you how you can start selling on Nigeria’s foremost E-commerce site, Jumia. Selling on Jumia gives you opportunity of earning more compared to Konga, but its not as straight-forward; competition is high. However, with the right attitude and guidance on what sells (I mean sells fast) and what doesn’t, you can turn Jumia to your Bank where you will be harvesting money on a regular basis.

Selling imported goods online requires a level of trust from the buyer, the chances of selling your goods to a random buyer is almost zero if your online reputation is next to nothing, generally people find it very difficult to make payment for items before delivery, thus the notion of people being duped online has a negative impact on e-commerce in Nigeria , however the story is different if you’re running your store under the platform of an already established brand, the level of trust increase drastically, mainly because you’re promoting your products through a brand that people trust, the fear of getting duped is almost non-existence, brands like Jumia provides a platform for sellers to reach a wide range of customers across the African continent, in simple terms, running an affiliate store with Jumia is like setting up a store in all countries of the Africa continent.

I would discuss in details how to get your items on Jumia, and increase your sales in folds, with little or no investment on setting up your own store. Jumia is an established brand; no doubt about that, they have enough capital to run an e-commerce website, a service headquarters and a reliable customer support service, these factors gives potential buyers a level of assurance, they are also supported by big incorporations such as Visa, First Bank, MTN, MasterCard, e.t.c within and outside the country. Delivering your items to buyers is not an issue of concern when selling your goods on Jumia, mainly because; Jumia has quality delivery service within the continent, as they work in collaboration with DHL courier service. The aim of this write-up is not just to highlight the benefits of selling on Jumia, it’s also important to know the pros and cons of selling on Jumia. Quality is of high importance; if you would be selling your good on Jumia, the quality assurance bar is somewhat high, and failure to pass the quality test might be a hindrance to getting your goods on this platform.This simply means, the goods you would be offering for sale on Jumia should be of high quality.

The first step to getting your goods on Jumia, is to visit www., check through the category section to ensure that your goods fits into one of the categories listed on the website, once you’re able to choose a category for your goods, the next line of action is to prepare a business proposal, the idea behind the proposal is very simple, Jumia wants quality products at a relatively cheap price, cheap enough to make a good profit, and also good enough to entice customers the more, your objective on the other hand is to sell your goods at minimal profit within a very short period of time. Reliability is of high priority, once you’re able to write a good proposal that gives your business a good pitch, with information on products you would be supplying them, type it out and contact the customer section of Jumia. Often, prospective sellers are invited to showcase samples of their products, once the quality assurance officer is satisfied with the quality of your product, you reach an agreement on the percentage commission that Jumia earns per sale.

Basically, you’re bringing in your products to Jumia store, where they list it on their website for you, and they earn a certain percentage from each sales, selling on Jumia is not as straight forward as other popular E-commerce website, mainly because the website does not allow third party to post items for sale, compared to Konga Marketplace and other popular platform where sellers can post their items with more information.

In all sincerity, the competition is a little bit fierce, but there are ways around it, it’s advisable to browse through their website, and keenly observe which of their product is doing well, conduct a price survey, comparing the price of the item on Jumia, and other popular E-commerce store in Nigeria, with the price tag from where you will be importing your goods, the purpose of this survey is to search for items that you can ship in at a relatively cheap price compared to what Jumia is selling theirs, this allows you to carefully decide on what to ship. It’s strictly unadvisable to import trademark items with the intention of selling it on Jumia, mostly because the return on investment would be zero, often established companies like Samsung, HP, e.t.c relates directly with Jumia, hence they deliver their products at a reasonable price. It’s advisable to think along the line of what an average man would use on daily basis, something not too expensive, but yet significant, example of which includes electronic shaving device, wrist watch, shoes, e.t.c. Selling these kind of items has brought me a lot of success, on a bi-weekly basis I receive four to five figures alert from Jumia. (Check out proofs on my blog)

Source: Http://www.importationwealth.com

Register for a Free importation seminar coming up in Lagos. The above subject matter among other topics shall be treated at the seminar. Click the link in my signature to get information on how to register.

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Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by henrimoto(m): 2:01pm On Feb 13, 2015
Mastercee at it again o! I dey with you sir!

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Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by mastercee(m): 2:23pm On Feb 13, 2015
henrimoto:
Mastercee at it again o! I dey with you sir!

You are welcome on board sir..... Throw in your questions in case of any
Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by mastercee(m): 10:07am On Feb 14, 2015
* How to sell on Jumia for maximum profit
* How to make massive profit from Konga marketplace
* How to make massive sales from Facebook alone
* How to start your own mini e-commerce site (you are in total control of your business

All these and more to be learnt at the free importation seminar coming up in Lagos on Feb 21st

Interested, visit the link in my signature for registration instructions.
Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by nyabingi(m): 10:51pm On Feb 16, 2015
i followed your guide on your first write up on how to open a store on konga, im proud to say that it was insightful and today i have made two sales from my online store on konga, thanks however i would love to meet you one on one, i dont know if i can make it to the seminar cos i will be going to work on that that day but if you can make chance for us to meet i would appreciate, thanks
Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by Rooneyboy(m): 12:03am On Feb 17, 2015
Nice one masterecee .

# following ..........
Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by mastercee(m): 8:59am On Feb 17, 2015
Rooneyboy:
Nice one masterecee .

# following ..........

You are welcome sir
Throw in any question in case you have any
Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by egopersonified(f): 9:31am On Feb 17, 2015
Read somewhere that only those in Lagos can sell on jumia because you would have to take your products to their office for them to send to buyers. Anyway around this for those of us outside Lagos?

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Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by dasanchez1(m): 1:26pm On Feb 17, 2015
mastercee:


You are welcome on board sir..... Throw in your questions in case of any

Sir, I want to ask you a question :
As an importer of female flat shoes, describe the possible environmental influences that could affect your marketing operation...
Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by GentleFrank(m): 2:00pm On Feb 17, 2015
Great post ! A friend of mine is doing this business too and he is making a lot of money for himself. See other free practical and profitable business ideas which you can start with very little capital and make money at www.BusinessParrot.blogspot.com !!!
Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by mastercee(m): 2:04pm On Feb 17, 2015
dasanchez1:

Sir, I want to ask you a question :
As an importer of female flat shoes, describe the possible environmental influences that could affect your marketing operation...

Omo this question tough oooo. E be like all those questions you have to answer in a masters exam. Lolz

Answering the question, I will say my business has not really been affected by any environmental influences or possibly I'm not paying attention to it but the truth is I don't know of any.

I leverage on Konga and Jumia to sell off my goods, and according to research female shoes ranks high among the high selling products on this platforms. I don't think there is a particular period of the year that ladies doesn't put on flat shoes.

Correct me if I'm wrong

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Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by dasanchez1(m): 2:18pm On Feb 17, 2015
mastercee:


Omo this question tough oooo. E be like all those questions you have to answer in a masters exam. Lolz

Answering the question, I will say my business has not really been affected by any environmental influences or possibly I'm not paying attention to it but the truth is I don't know of any.

I leverage on Konga and Jumia to sell off my goods, and according to research female shoes ranks high among the high selling products on this platforms. I don't think there is a particular period of the year that ladies doesn't put on flat shoes.

Correct me if I'm wrong
well said...

is there any other product that you may think that have environmental influences ...
Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by lawrenzo007(m): 3:58pm On Feb 17, 2015
I would to sell on Jumia too. I Have been selling on Konga but their system is too slow. Pls can you enlighten me more in how to start selling on Jumia?
Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by Agricexpert(m): 6:33pm On Feb 17, 2015
Please sir can i sell from Bayelsa?.
God bless U sir.
Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by debbydee(f): 3:36pm On Feb 24, 2015
Hello Mastercee. Like your name na u be the master..... please can you guide me with this proposal thing on jumia i want to market my goods i was asked to write a proposal please just help me with a template or better still give your number i will call you so you can mentor me one on one basis. Note that you spurred me to place my goods on konga and so faf so good its been worthwhile though i ma not yet there. please help a sister thanks.
Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by Capitano1(m): 8:14pm On Mar 23, 2015
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Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by xmahn(m): 3:21pm On Mar 31, 2015
Mastercee I can't download the ebook on the website u asked to go to...on the konga thread....been tryin since last year if u can help out...my mail addi xfp12tight@gmail.com THIS IS THE CORRECT ADDRESS pls
Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by franisteroy: 9:59pm On Apr 11, 2015
good evening mastercee, i really enjoyed your post. i sell on konga already buy i will also like to sell on jumia. i will like to know what d proposal writing entails. do u need to have a registered company to sell on jumia? my email address is francmichaels@yahoo.com. i will really love to hear from you
Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by maxxy: 2:57pm On Apr 12, 2015
@Mastercee...

I must commend the work you are doing. However, it is not accurate that a seller cannot post products on Jumia as you would do on Konga or that trading on Jumia is only by means of prior proposal.

It is possible to host your store on Jumia and upload products by yourself.
Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by tahyoh24(m): 4:42pm On Apr 12, 2015
Nice one. i think i will consider opening a store on konga.. Thanks bro
Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by sugarbuns(f): 4:51am On Apr 13, 2015
Guys you can sell on Kaymu without a proposal and your items can picked up by delivery people from almost any state in Nigeria.
Just go to www.kaymu.com.ng; click on Sell Now, click on Join us; type in your details and list your items.
Hope it helps.

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Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by franisteroy: 7:18pm On Apr 13, 2015
sugarbuns:
Guys you can sell on Kaymu without a proposal and your items can picked up by delivery people from almost any state in Nigeria.
Just go to www.kaymu.com.ng; click on Sell Now, click on Join us; type in your details and list your items.
Hope it helps.
i posted some items on kaymu and i made just one sale after 3 weeks. their service is not cool jare

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Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by maxxy: 11:55pm On Apr 13, 2015
Pls don't diss Kaymu... I currently process over 150 orders weekly on my Kaymu store. Find out what your market wants and sell it!!!

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Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by Adebobs(m): 8:14pm On Apr 20, 2015
@Mastercee, Seen a couple of your thread, I must say, you are doing a great job. Sent you a mail to the email attached to your blog, but yet to get a reply. I would love to get some of your ebooks. You can reach me at adeoye.akson with a Google mail extension. Hope to read from you soon. Thanks

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Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by ultrazone(m): 12:49am On Apr 21, 2015
mmn
Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by Dorade: 4:19am On May 12, 2015
Please,How much do Jumia charge for commission for wears?
Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by theoophilic: 2:38am On Jun 10, 2015
@MasterCee or anybody else. Please, I need the template for Proposal for selling on Jumia pleeeeease. Please, help me. my email is: pocketfriendly01@gmail.com. Thanks.
Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by Fumbaby: 7:01am On Jun 14, 2015
Good morning mastercee, please I need info on how to join jumia store. Thanks
Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by mastercee(m): 10:08am On Jul 24, 2015
Fumbaby:
Good morning mastercee, please I need info on how to join jumia store. Thanks

send me a pm please, i will reply you with my whatsapp number
Re: How To Make Money Selling Your Goods On Jumia by newacca: 10:12am On Jul 24, 2015
Well, it's good to sell on Jumia,Konga,smemarkethub and other e-commerce sites; but in my opinion, building your own brand and promoting your goods through the brand is the best way to sell your goods.
This is how I make good income from my importation business, I promote my brand through social media at www.facebook.com/phonesplusgadgets/posts/915332811863343

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