How To Create A Successful Online Business Using

Adrian Brambila
3 min readSep 13, 2021

At last! There is a way to spend less and sell more!

Have you ever heard of the saying “it takes money to make money”? This saying embodies the idea that you can’t make money unless you already have it. But what are you supposed to do if you don’t have any?

I remember dreaming up business ideas with colleagues of mine from the call center I used to work at over our lunch break. We would fantasize about making it big and really taking off one day. Soon enough however, it would be time to clock back in and the fact that none of us had any money to get our imaginary business started killed any hope we had left.

So, I put back on my headset, logged back in, and helped somebody with their retirement 401k for the hundredth time that day. During those calls I would secretly dream of having a successful business. These thoughts filled my mind day and night.

Today I am living proof that you CAN make money without spending money.

My whole life, I’ve been trying to build a successful online e-commerce company. About 5 or 6 years ago I really focused on e-commerce full time. Thanks to a platform called Alibaba, my store had great success! They allowed me to spend less and sell more!

If you’re just starting out, let me break down the beginning steps to starting an ecommerce store…

  1. Pick a Niche. Who are you going to sell to? Who is your ideal persona?
  2. Pick a Product. What are you going to sell to said people?
  3. Source Your Product. Where are you going to get your products?

Alibaba is the best place to source products. They offer thousands upon thousands of items and even include recommendations on what’s trending. Alibaba also verifies their sellers so you know you are only getting the best of the best.

Right now, Alibaba is running their Super September event that can help you kickstart your campaign. You can start your first ever business and save up to 40% while doing so!


Adrian Brambila

Made $1M in a Year from Side Hustles Ex-Pro dancer (T-Pain, Step Up 3)