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SourceMogul Online Arbitrage Beta Launch

SourceMogul online arbitrage Beta Launch: Making it easier for Amazon sellers to source products

To celebrate the Beta Launch of its brand-new eCommerce stock sourcing software, SourceMogul is offering a significant lifetime discount to the first 50 UK customers and 50 US customers that subscribe.

SourceMogul lets Amazon marketplace sellers discover pricing differences between the eCommerce giant and hundreds of other retailers, like Walmart in the USA and Tesco inthe UK. Sellers can then source products at lower prices and then re-sell on Amazon toexploit the price differential.

It also includes useful trading data to help you sort through the products and find exactly what you are after; like embedded Keepa Sales Rank and price history charts, competitor info and a breakdown of all Amazon fees.

SourceMogul operates in the cloud and can run a whole supplier site at the press of a single button, making it very easy to scan for profitable products. The development team wants to engage the help of paid Beta Launch subscribers to get detailed feedback, enabling the team behind SourceMogul to ensure the software meets the needs of Amazon sellers as closely as possible.

At launch, SourceMogul searches 50 UK or 50 US online stores, with around 20 more added per week. It also provides automated search of specific Amazon categories.

One of its most innovative features is Brand Restrictions checking. This will advise you if any products are restricted for your personal Amazon account.  This is a continuous pain point for traders - just as you have found that perfect arbitrage opportunity you may suddenly find that you're not allowed to sell it. With SourceMogul you just press a button and it checks permissions with Amazon on your behalf.

SourceMogul founder, Ed Brooks, says: "We want to make sure SourceMogul really delivers what Amazon sellers want. The team has a lot of experience in product arbitrage. We just want feedback to fine tune it from the customer perspective. It's not going to be in Beta for terribly long. And of course all Beta applicants get a 7 day no-obligation free trial anyway; so come and check us out at"

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