CleanTAS 221 : How to Use Amazon’s Tools to Launch and Rank Products (Live at Seller’s Summit) Today’s episode is a bit unusual for the Amazing Seller podcast because it’s a recording of a live event where Scott was asked to speak about using Amazon’s tools to launch and rank products. He spoke at the Seller’s Summit, 6/27/2016 Free View in iTunes
“The 3 Split Test Ideas That Can Increase Amazon Profits Immediately”: This outlines 3 elements of your listing that you can test immediately, with a step by step guide on running your tests properly.
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Right now, the doors are open and will remain open until January 31st, at which point they will make their decision. If you are on the fence about joining, I would take this opportunity to get in just in case they do decide to close up until later in the year.
I have started researching Amazon FBA/PL about 3 months ago. Initially a friend sent me a youtube video about making money on Amazon and other platforms. That took me to other videos on the subject, found the Jungle Stix case study by Jungle Scout, watched the whole series (one episode had Scott as a guest speaker) and started looking for a PL product to source and sell on Amazon. Found a product, contacted manufactureres amazing amazon seller China and got some pricing, but felt unsure and not ready to take the next step. Almost gave up and then another friend that just started selling his first PL mentioned Scott’s podcast. Started liseting and got hooked from the first day. For me it was a perfect combination of great information and motivation to take action, which I did. Now we are in the process of having our first order manufactured and should be getting it to Amazon sometime next month. There is a lot of great info available from other sources, but for me the Amazing Seller Podcast has it all in one place. It also gives me the needed boost of energy and motivation to keep pushing through all the obstacles that come with this journey.I see some reviewers bash Scott for trying to monetize by using affiliate marketing, and I had disagree with them. There is nothing wrong with trying to make some money while providing a great service and helping tons of people. Scott is a great Enetrpreneur and he’s trying to help his audience become good Enterpreneurs as well. He is always open about any affiliations and offers other ways you could achieve the same task without having to rely on a paid affiliate tool. Do people really expect everything for free?! Look at the amount of info you are getting without having to pay a penny. All the effort and time that Scott puts into it on the back end, he should get somethign back in return. Just like all of his podcasts and lessons, use this as another tip on how you can make money if you have a skillset that people can benefit from.
If you have any questions I will be happy to help as this course is only on sale for a week and who knows when it will be on or if it will be for sale again. So please me a message and I’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have.
There are still opportunities, and some people will likely do very well this time around as well. My guess though is that “epic success” will be limited to the few who have the complete package with brains, time, devotion and entrepreneurial skills.
I heard that press release distribution tools are useless because your pr gets sent to crappy pr 0 sites. I heard the only real way to do press releases it with sites like prweb and press release monkey.
CleanTAS 305 : INCOME Update and Future Plans for TAS (Mission 2017) You never know what’s going to happen when you start something. Things can go way beyond what you thought would happen – which is exactly where things have gone for Scott Voelker. It’s been awhile since Scott has shared an update on his personal bra 1/9/2017 Free View in iTunes
That said, the ASM course is still solid, but the opportunity is rapidly decreasing. Don´t expect epic success with “only” hard work and full dedication. If 10-20% had great or massive success with ASM1 (my guess), then I would expect that number to be more like 2-5% this time around, tops.
After you’ve gone through all the steps to research, source, and list your product, now it’s time to launch it and start driving sales. What is your launch strategy? How can you put your brand in the best position to succeed once you’ve gone live? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear from Scott and Chris as they go over this final ……
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Sidenote: i just caught another ASM video and they are really irritating me. They had a list of top products on Amazon and had Tweezerman tweezers as an example of a product opportunity, then went into this “thing” about how they could have had more keywords in their product description and a better description. Tweezerman is a globally known brand. Ugh. I hate that. Too many examples they give are known branded products and are selling very well partially because they are known brands. I once worked with a publicist who worked for Tweezerman. No Amazon-only seller is going to unseat Tweezerman on Amazon and would probably be sorely disappointed if they tried “Oh man, I thought I was supposed to sell a thousand tweezers a day, what happened)..Nevermind. There are just so many other factors.
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 rarely take the time to comment on forums, but sometimes the “Lack” mindset of “Warriors” is just too overwhelming. Why some people feel they need to comment about that which they know nothing about is perplexing.
If ASM was simply another online drop-shipping class, it would probably cost no more than two or three hundred bucks. However, as Matt Clark noted above, a business is more worthwhile if it generates high profit margins.
So I have no product in inventory and it looks like it will be another week before I am up and running. I will go ahead and post another review in 30 days that should be more helpful with some real stats and figures, but here are a couple more things I have learned since the last review.