WorldWide Brands has long been a leader in the product sourcing and product research market. Earlier this year, they consolidated all their product offerings into one high value product called OneSource. I often hear people complain about the perceived high price tag of this product (it’s priced at $299 one-time). So let’s take a look-see if it’s really worth it.
To really review OneSource, we have to look at what it does. It’s a comprehensive product sourcing and product research solution for anyone interesting in finding niche products. It includes the following features:
Keyword Research – For each keyword you feed OneSource, it will give you various pieces of information about it. It will give you a success probability analysis and it will also give you keyword variants.
Market Research – For each keyword, you will also get market research data. This data includes information about demand, competition, advertising (shows the top Google Adwords), and even shows current Auction information.
Supplier Research – For each keyword, you will have access to the WorldWide Brands supplier database, which includes Drop Ship suppliers, Light Bulk Wholesale suppliers, Large Volume Wholesalers, Liquidators, and Importers. It will provide contact information for all suppliers who fit the keyword you enter.
So OneSource does a lot of work! If you look at just the keyword research aspect of it, consider what it costs to get access to a keyword research tool. A one year subscription to WordTracker for example, also happens to be $299. And that’s just for one year.
When you consider that OneSource is lifetime, it makes for a pretty good value in my book. There aren’t any other products that do what OneSource does that I am aware of in terms of comprehensive product research and product sourcing data. If you want to take a free tour of OneSource, check out the OneSource Product Tour.
Tags: Worldwide Brands OneSource, Product Sourcing, Keyword Research, Market Research