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If you haven’t already, be sure to check this free video from the creators of ASM which covers how to pick the right product to sell on Amazon. They then explain how to build and scale an Amazon business to $100,000 per month.

I’m sure liability insurance is extremely expensive when you’re talking about selling supplements to the masses. So what if you don’t manufacture it? Haven’t you ever heard of a shotgun lawsuit that names everyone and their brother?

This opportunity is definitely going to get much harder over the next few months as another 4,000 people come through this course, making at least 7,000 official and x,xxx non buyers chasing the same products.

Manuel has worked with some of the biggest retailers in the world including Wal-Mart, Lowes,Sears And Home Depot to find and source products for them. He’s an expert when it comes to working with factories in China and he’s well versed with the standards and product requirements involved.

I have to say that I haven’t bought any of the products mentioned. Having said that I can honestly say that I have been a follower of Jim Cockrum for many years. He is one of my favorite IMers and he has always produced a quality product!

I believe this to be the best Amazing Selling Machine bonus offer that I could put together for you, that will genuinely help you achieve the results that you want from your Amazon business.  I’ve stacked the deck in your favor and am providing an extra $6000+ of bonuses for FREE, which makes this irresistible for you.  My time currently is valued at $800/hour through my coaching programs, so you’re getting a bargain a lot of my time invested in you.

CleanTAS 373: Ask Scott Session #115 – Partnering with Youtubers – Using Freight Forwarders – Creating Clickfunnels Accounts for Multiple Brands That’s right, it’s time for another round of Ask Scott on this Friday edition of The Amazing Seller! Are you fired up and ready to go? You know that Scott is ready to jump in and deliver some helpful insights and lessons on how to help you go furthe 6/16/2017 Free View in iTunes

Lesson: if you’re looking at high selling products on Amazon don’t base your sales potential on the rankings and reviews of products manufactured by globally known brands like Wilton, Shu Uemera and Tweezerman (that’s what I caught from those videos), look at other UNKNOWN OR GENERIC brands and base it on that. Not brands sold in thousands of retail stores, even high end retailers, covered extensively in consumer magazines with a long history of branding and a lot of direct google searches for their brand name.

CleanTAS 250 : Ask Scott Session #75 – Your  Amazon FBA Questions When was the last time you sat down to pick the brain of someone who is experienced at what you’re learning? It’s always a great experience where you get to learn what you don’t know. That’s the flavor of what happens on these Friday episodes of 9/2/2016 Free View in iTunes

CleanTAS 469 – Ask Scott #145 – Creating Bundles with Demand – Tracking Inventory to Amazon – Variations and Listing Options It’s that time of the week again, welcome to another exciting, informative, and motivating session of Ask Scott. This is the place to get your weekly dose of Scott’s helpful tips on staying motivated and where you can get your questions about buildi 1/26/2018 Free View in iTunes

On top of all the small ASM sellers you have some medium sized and big sellers with serious resources who are also learning to do things the ASM way (again, it is a good way but it is hardly a secret anymore). An extra challenge to compete with sellers who don´t care if they drop $10k just to make a statement and have your product drop 90% of its sales.

The thing is, sometimes you have to try a few different products to really find a great one. Some people are very fortunate and find a swift seller really quickly, others are not. But the thing is– you typically have to try a few things.

I’ve been with Amazing Selling Machine since 2013 – October – and find that Matt and Jason are truly interested and invested in all of their members making it on Amazon and beyond. I’ve seen many peo…ple find products that have made them hundreds of thousands of dollars in profits.

Hmm…I guess we came to the same conclusion, but my line of thinking is very different. The reason I don’t think her strategy would be very good goes back to the whole difference between selling your own brand (private label) vs selling someone else’s brand (retailing). It’s been discussed many times throughout this thread and as part of the ASM launch that it’s not worth describing in detail unless someone has specific questions. In short though, it’s a bad strategy that would be more likely to backfire on you.

I can’t say I’m not a little nervous dropping such a big chunk on a training program. I am used to buying $10 and $20 WSO’s. But I also know that with most programs, people aren’t successful because they didn’t fully apply themselves or didn’t stick with it long enough, if the training program wasn’t junk. If they said it would take 60 days or longer to start selling product daily, I would never have purchased it knowing I would be outside of the refund period before I knew if it was successful. And as I mentioned earlier, if it works which it certainly makes sense to me that it will, $3500 is a drop in the bucket.

Episode Info: What does it take to get a Private Label business up and running on Amazon? How do you know the best practices that will lead to success and where to even start? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear from Scott as he starts the first of a five-part series on how TAS followers like you can get your start as a Private Label Seller. You don’t want to miss a minute of this episode where Scott and Chris talk about how to start a “Touch list,” how to pick a product category that you’ll succeed in, why starting on Amazon is the best option, and so much more! Make sure to have pen and paper ready! How to use a “Touch List” With http://www.wboc.com/story/37326182/news many options out there in the marketplace, where do you even start to pick a product you should start selling in your Private Label business? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear from Scott and Chris as they explain how starting a “Touch list” can help you come up with a starting point toward finding your first product. The guys describe the touch list as creating a list of items around you right now that you are touching and then branch out to the items around you within reach. This simple exercise will help you pay attention to an easy beginning point of everyday products that you could start selling in your ecommerce business. To hear the guys expand on this touch list and much more, make sure to listen to this helpful episode! Why Amazon is your best bet As prospective ecommerce sellers get ready to start their own small business, they often wonder if Amazon is the best channel to pour their time and energy into or if they should start selling on their own website first. On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott and Chris explain why they remain convinced that starting on Amazon is the best way to get things off the ground. According to Chris, Amazon is the best option because it is so much easier than creating and drawing traffic to your own website. You can also gage the marketplace on Amazon more effectively to validate which products you should start selling. Make sure to listen to this episode as Scott and Chris expand on the reasons why you should get started selling on Amazon! Just Get Started! What is holding you back from getting started on your journey toward owning a Private Label ecommerce business? Are you worried about getting all the details just right and removing all room for failure? If that’s the case, you’ll never start! Don’t let the prospect of failureRead more »

Agree…if you are hell-bent on finding this information for yourself. The information is out there for those that want to find it themselves. Time is money so if you don’t want to look up this info for yourself, you need to pay someone to give you the info all in one place, ie. ASM + private community. (Remember when you had to actually get up to turn the channel on a TV set? Remote controls made this a thing of the past but you had to pay extra for it.)

All I did was learn how to build a website, which is super easy in this day and age – you can build one for free right here (no worries, the hyperlink will pop up in another window and you can check it out later).

CleanTAS 242 – (Hot Seat) How to Optimize Current Product to Increase Conversions and Sales One of the things Scott and his friend Chris Schaeffer love to do to help private label sellers boost their sales is to do these “hot seat” episodes. It’s a real life Amazon product that is already selling that is submitted for review and suggesti 8/15/2016 Free View in iTunes

1) the pace of the course sort of made me focus on each part of the process so I didn’t rush through it “just to get it done”. There were some simple things I should have been doing all along but was too distracted by other things.

CleanTAS 324: (Case Study) How to Liquidate Product FAST and Make Money in the Process Complexity can be simplified if you have the right tools. Scott has your back. He looks for every bit of advice, tips, scenarios, and insights that will help you excel in your business. Because of his diligence and networking abilities, 2/22/2017 Free View in iTunes

Listen, we’ve been doing this for a while and our specialty is not creating and launching Amazon trainings — for that, we rely on ASM. We then spend our time creating additional value to our audience who follows the ASM model right along with us.

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The Good / Matt Clark continues to put out a high-quality product year after year. His consistency and dedication to ASM is great and he is providing a 6-month guarantee that if you follow the system, and don’t make any money, he will reimburse you for anything spent out of pocket. However…

As for why our support team is not doing it, it rhymes with “Non Compete Agreement” and “Non Disclosure Agreement”. Each of the employees in our offices, on the first day of the job, sign each of these. And they clearly know what they are signing. Im not going to reveal all of my business to anyone like that without protecting myself.

@Tooledyou – Drop shipping and wholesaling is only an income stream. You only are making money for your right now. You can’t sell this business, there is no value to another person because your are the person.

As for the situation #2, if you see that the market doesn’t want to pay for your product, you just saved yourself a lot of time, a lot of money, and a lot of effort that you’d have put into launching your product on Amazon.

On the next launch of Amazing Selling Machine 8 I couldn’t resist and bought the program. I had that confident feeling that it would work 100% and if you asked me why? – Here are the facts that gave me that confidence:

Jason & Matt, I’m truly impressed by your professional free content and the clarity of explanation. I’m not new to Amazon courses, but so far, this is THE BEST free video training have ever seen. Kee…p up the great work, and see you at the top! See More

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Domestic shipping is pretty straightforward, and that is what they teach. Overseas shipping? Not so much, and they lack big time in the content category for this. They actually talk about it, but not near enough. There is a lot more to overseas shipping than meets the eye, and if you want to know how to do it right, you will need to rely on the forums, because the course itself doesn’t talk too much about it. Most of the opportunities to buy products at wholesale are found overseas (as i found out), and there is a learning curve involved with that, and you are left on your own to figure out for the most part. I found that the majority of the questions on the forums centered around that, and if they just went more into the details of overseas shipping, that that wouldn’t be the case. That’s why the forums (and Facebook group) are so invaluable…