To help. Now did ankit’s special knowledge of how to run an x-ray machine help him how to do his ppc. Maybe not. But again. It doesn’t matter what background we come from. Whether you were selling online before. Like huy. Or whether you were in the medical industry like ankit. Now they’re in the same place and they’re both reaching their financial goals. Thanks to amazon. So. Ankit and huy. Thank you very much. Very inspiring to hear your stories. And hopefully we’ll hear from you next year. See how. What you guys did in 2021. Maybe we will catch up to ankit here. Huy: thanks guys.
Happy new year. Ankit: thanks guys. Bradley sutton: all right. Guys. Let’s go ahead and take a quick break from this episode for my bts. Remember that could stand for bradley’s 30 seconds. Or maybe if you love the caribbean. It stands for barbados. Trinidad and tobago and st. Lucia. It’s up to you. Whatever you want it to mean. But here’s my 30-second tip for the episode. We talked a few weeks ago in episode 200 about the maldives honeymoon launch. And one of those strategies that we talked about there is actually useful for your product research phase. If you find a keyword.
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4.000 search volume or more monthly. But when you go Bahamas email list on amazon to the search results on page one. And almost nobody has that keyword phrase in the title in their listing. That could signify a great opportunity to rank on page one for that keyword. And it usually signifies that maybe it’s a newer niche. So when you’re doing product research. Look out for those keywords where almost nobody has it in the title. Bradley sutton: we have two more guests. We are going to go ahead and bring onto the show right now. It is anne and yaixa. Now. Anne. We’re going to start with you. I think we just mentioned you’re in costa rica now.
Somehow your accent doesn’t seem like you’re native from costa rica. But where were you born really quick. And what brought you to europe? And then what brought you to costa rica? Anne: nice. Super quick life story. I was a corporate lawyer working in oil and gas project finance in london. And i didn’t want to do that anymore. And so. I thought what’s the exact opposite of that. And then moved to costa rica on the beach and then bought a hostel. And then i started amazon and the rest is history. Bradley sutton: i love it. I love it. All right. Let’s go here. We’ve got a– i always call her this to embarrass her.
Much a rocket scientist and engineer. Yaixa. You’re born and raised in puerto rico. Right? Yaixa: that’s correct. Yes. Bradley sutton: okay. Now i believe you still work full time. Right? As an engineer. Yaixa: yes. I do. More than 40 hours a week. Actually. Bradley sutton: what was your motivation for starting to sell on amazon? Yaixa: i was and i’m still an engineer. So i have a very good salary on the engineering side. So i really didn’t need the money. But it was a hobby. It was something that catch my attention. It really– i was hook. Bradley sutton: and i know you had some issues with going in and out and this year. What was your best month though this year like?
Anne: it was 140 or one 150.000 for the month? I’m pretty. Pretty consistent. Like month over month. Luckily. People have babies all year round. Hopefully more now corona babies. Yay. Bradley sutton: there we go. About how much time are you dedicated? So. That’s a great figure of how much you’re making. Like how much time are you having to dedicate to your amazon business in order to maintain those kinds of sales? Anne: i am kind of the queen of work-life balance? Not to pat myself on the back. But i have always made my personal and family life a priority.