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ASM 354 – Electricity and Electronic Applications – 3.00 credits: Fundamentals and applications of electricity, power distribution, controls, motors, and solid-state electronics. For non-engineering majors. 2 lectures, 1 three-hour laboratory. Prereq: Junior standing, MATH 103 or 104.

I think you’d be surprised how much you don’t know. I’d pay $4k in a heartbeat for the stuff I learned through the forums (outside of the official training). The reason the launch videos and affiliates are giving stuff away for free is because there’s still tremendous value in the stuff they don’t show.

CleanTAS 386: How 7 Figure Brands Grow and Scale + Promotion Strategies Did you know that it is becoming so lucrative to sell on Amazon that traditional businesses are finding that selling their products there are increasing their profit margins? What does that mean for the future of brick and mortar stores? 7/17/2017 Free View in iTunes

Here is an example. If you raise only $6,000 from your first complete Campaign, you can request the Guarantee. If the second Campaign, with our personal coaching, raised only $8,500 – then the total raised in pledges would be $14,500.

I’ve listened to a lot of them and Scott’s is the best fit for me and my business. From the guests (Chris, the Candy Man, Greg Mercer, etc.), to the questions in the Ask Scott sessions, to the explanations in Terms of Service changes, I get a ton of useful content multiple times per week! Thanks Scott!

You already have 100 HOT products to sell on Amazon, so you may not necessarily wasting your time looking for products to sell.You will get access to 8 weeks live training and Q/A session where you can ask any question you like.

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As long as they truly honor their 30 day refund policy, it seems as though there is nothing to lose since after 4 weeks, I should be moving product daily if I have implemented the training correctly and can bow out if that doesn’t happen.

Building a successful Amazon business can be done but it takes time. It takes nurturing and consistency. Make a 90-Day plan. What will it take to make $100 every day? Work backwards. It takes time and sacrifice in the beginning. Maybe you have to watch a little less Netflix. Maybe you have to skip some parties. However when you have the monthly cash flow coming in, it’ll totally be worth it.

CleanTAS 332: The Sourcing Funnel to Find and Validate Product Suppliers + Checklist Included Wouldn’t it be helpful to pick the brain of an expert on Chinese suppliers? Imagine the insights and lessons you could learn from such a knowledgeable individual. Look no further! On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott’s guest is Sam Boyd. 3/13/2017 Free View in iTunes

I have been running an amazon business more or less “the ASM way” for some years now. I actually started before Matt and Jason did, but their marketing learning curve has been way faster than mine. Still, my business did roughly than 5.5 million in Amazon.com PL sales last year, and I´ll beat that this year by 25-50% if nothing strange happens (but it often does, see below).

Jordan, listened to the ASM pitch and wondered why anyone would be willing to pay $3997 and more for this program. I have it all plus more with PAC and I did not even pay $399 for it. If someone pays that much for a program, they should run the business for the buyer.

Side note, they are opening the doors again in October, visit the Facebook Launch Event @ https://www.facebook.com/events/498865126848262/ to keep up to date on the latest re-launch of the Amazing Selling Machine Course.

I have never seen a guarantee quite like this one as Matt and Jason want you to give the system a try totally risk free. I don’t say this often, but it really does appear that you have nothing to lose by giving ASM a shot. If in the end it doesn’t work out after 6 months, you’re out only the time invested.

Beware of copies, knockoffs, counterfeits. Also, if you source on Alibaba, chances are you will most likely be dealing with one of the wholesalers or traders masquerading as a manufacturer. For best prices you must go direct to the manufacturer and you are unlikely to find them on Alibaba or the other popular B2B sourcing sites.

On IdeaMensch, Matt lays out his strategy even more, noting that, while he started out as an affiliate marketer selling other entrepreneurs’ products and getting a 40-50% profit margin, it didn’t compare to him selling his own product and making a 400-500% profit margin (!).

I think IMers fall victim to all the clichés that Matthew just pointed out above; “time is money”, “cracked the code”, “proven record”. I’m not telling anyone anything that they don’t know already, but I’ve seen firsthand some INCREDIBLE examples of marketers co-opting someone else’s success and then spinning it to sell their own products. If you bought this course and were doing $50K a month in sales and took it to $100K a month, you can guarantee they’d be implying that you did it because of their course, even though you probably would’ve got there anyways.

The skill set involves identifying the opportunities, sourcing the products, and managing your business ongoing (reviews/customer service). I don’t think you’ll get very far with just sitting there and brainstorming ideas, but you have to just think about what you buy from Amazon and consider if it would make a good white labeled product. If it does,you go through some simple steps to determine the viability of the idea.

Anyhow, I test run ASM for 30 days, I even spent $840 on inventory which is 160 items, and priced it at $14 ish more than my competitors, however my margin was only 28%, this was killing me (I wanted more money). So I decided to increase my price to $25. Now, I want to make this very clear, my competitors are pricing their products at $8 – $10.

Great review of the Amazing Selling Machine program. I agree, lots of hype. You can get the same substance online for free or if you need a structured program using the power seller Skip that you mention.

$3500 is a very steep price for learning the course so, I really hope it does work. It does give me confidence though that with 30 days free I can see if it works for me or not. I’m curios about when this opens so I can look more in to taking advantage of it.

(Some of them will respond to this post and say “Yeah but we have ___________ features that make us really unique from the rest!”. That’s a great selling point but it’s not critical to you pulling off private label successfully. I don’t care what the features are.)

2. You’d know that while some customers buy only on price, are attracted to “pile ’em high and sell ’em cheap”, and have no brand loyalty, others will pay extra for added-value. Otherwise, why are there chains of supermarkets who sell only on price and others who do a thriving trade selling value?

CleanTAS 239 – 5 Tips to Reduce Failure and Model What Works (Success Hack) A big part of launching any business is the fear you have to conquer because of the risk that’s inherent in starting a business. While the fear may be an obstacle, it doesn’t have to be such a big one. You can reduce the chances of failure (what you 8/8/2016 Free View in iTunes

Work out how to get yourself into one of the top three positions for the ad. This may mean over-bidding in the first instance but you will soon be able to judge ad price with ad position and reduce your ad cost. NB there is a 3 to 4 day time lag on the action you take on amazon ads and the relevant report data.

If that branch sells only 150 bikes during one week, the next shipment is still going to be for 200, as that is the proven average. Unless there is some sort of news event swaying public opinion on helmets, the best guess for the next week is the average is still 200, despite the previous bad week.

Thanks greatly for your amazing com reviews explanation to develop business acumen and own a successful Amazon FBA or ecommerce business. The timeline you suggest to income is clarified with your advice to pursue all needed operations methods to have effective in sync systems.

CleanTAS 293 (Avoiding Lawsuits) Product Liability Insurance 101 and Best Practices One of the things Amazon sellers can easily overlook is the issue of liability. Is your product safe? Should it include a choking warning? Is there a risk that you could be sued or that your product could be held liable for harm done to a person or the. 12/12/2016 Free View in iTunes

There’s no way for me to predict your success, but I can say this: being in a mastermind is the BEST way to ensure that you follow through, that you see success, and that you build a business that gives you the freedom to live life on your own terms.

About a year ago, I discovered that I’m way more successful when I partner with implementers. I’m a marketer, an ideas guy, and a fast starter. I’m not so good at the implementation side (for example, if it weren’t for my partner, I never would have bothered figuring out how to even set up my Amazon account).

I currently belong to Lisa’s paid membership and have purchased a number of books from Skip McGrath including his wholesale buying guide just recently. I buy from others also and although a lot of material I get I already know and use I always seem to pick up one of two good tips that I was not familiar with and would never have known to search for them without purchasing various products.

CleanTAS 424: Ask Scott Session #131 – Seasonal Product – When to Sell on Walmart – Avoiding Hijackers Are you running low on motivation and ideas to keep pushing your brand forward? You are in luck! It’s time for another session of Ask Scott here on The Amazing Seller Podcast! On this episode, you’ll hear from Scott as he shares his thought of the w 10/13/2017 Free View in iTunes