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So they refused to grant me the guarantee of profit option 2 which means help me to become successful in this business model. So all I can say: these guys are not looking to help anybody.. THEY JUST WANT YOUR MONEY. nothing more and nothing less.

Excellent points and I really would encourage any online entrepreneur to read what Rod here has said about the Amazing Selling Machine. Don’t waste your hard earned cash on an over priced and marketed program. Go with Skip McGrath’s The Complete Amazon Marketing System for $147, that’s 33 times less expensive than the Amazing Selling Machine training.

Between the sessions at the Amazon Seller Summit, there were also some Interviews in which highly successful Amazon sellers told their stories, the challenges they had to face and overcome and their best advice on how to move forward.

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I have not posted in a long time, but what is really sad about this is for marketers who did have some trust to push this out to their list … I got this from email from Jay Boyer namely the Jay, John, James, Matt thekindleguys@gmail.com

FB groups suck in general…why in the world would someone start a FB group instead of a forum anyway? There is 0 organization on the group, and so people keep asking the same questions over and over again.

I have a special place in my heart for Ecuador, Quito as well. I have spent some time in Quito, got my passport pages extended one time and then my Colombian Visa another time. BTW, go check the Teleferico to see the city. It’s an amusement park surrounded with eucalyptus trees and has miles of hiking. You take the Gondola up (which is what Tereferico means in English)

For sure private label is the way to go. If you are selling a ‘brand’ product that anyone can buy. You will always find someone comes in and cuts your margin. There is always some willing to work on crazy margins.

Your product arrives at Amazon’s warehouse, and your item is for sale under the official brand sales page on Amazon. This is important – you are an independent seller, but you get to harness the power of the official brand page’s advertising and traffic.

Is it possible to net at least $2k in 10 days learning from your affiliate program? What’s the average time to learn your program, anyway? What is the average margin of success of those who took immediate action? I appreciate your answer. Thank you.

I’m fairly certain the video said that you had already launched the second product. Regardless, why would you be offering training, and giving away a potentially profitable product to a client instead of launching more products yourself? Or at least maximize your current product, which you say has the potential to have sales of $100k per year.

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Of course it doesn’t effect me, but it does effect those who you are coaching. You’re putting your service out there to the public in a Review forum, so I’m just asking the questions that anyone doing their due diligence should be asking.

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Thanks for your response, http://markets.financialcontent.com/pennwell.hydroworld/news/read/35644596 pretty much what I have been attempting, but no luck so far, the problem is finding the product that you can buy as a generic, and sell with or without your own branding. It seems like many many sellers are doing the same thing, at least sellin generic versions.

I am in many nitches and only followed partially what Matt and Jason preached in the ASM Course. I quit my day job and sell on Amazon full time. I started with Retail Arbitrage and wholesale to get into the game SUPER FAST. Now I am slowing selling off most of this stuff and replacing it with Private Label and New Wholesale Products as this is alot less work in the long run, and I control my products/listings. My most successful and profitable products are Private Label and some Wholesale. There is SOO much information in the course that I haven’t even done half of it, or used their tools yet. I’m still working up to that while still managing my inventory.

This is a comprehensive, but concise guide to getting started with selling Private Label products on Amazon. Easy to follow and understand, Scott Voelker lays a solid foundation for launching your own Amazon business.

I’m in the middle of putting together a private label deal that, I think, will be a consistent money maker for me. I found the product by searching for it on Amazon because I wanted one of my own. I saw a competitor selling the product, I researched the cost in China and the cost to get it packaged, I plugged it into FBA calculator, and figured I’d make around $15/sale. My plan is to price it aggressively, get sales, get reviews, and then slowly ramp up the price as that happens.

Given that we are private labeling products, there is a chance that those products that you try to PL are already owned by someone else. They legally own the product and no one is allowed to sell it but that owner, but it won’t necessarily show in the resource that they give you (a website that will tell you if there are patents on products). This was brought up numerous times in the discussion forums and such, and in the end, the answer by ASM was, in order to truly find out, you will need to contact an attorney that can look it up for you. And the cost isn’t cheap, i’ll just say that straight up. In the thousands. An ASM member found that out the hard way after he was selling product and got a letter from the owner saying that he is infringing on the product and would need to cease selling it. The ASM member just bought a very large amount of inventory, and now has to scrap it. Money down the toilet. And as bad as that was for this member, i later found out that it could’ve been much worse. People who infringe on others products could pay as much as 3 times earnings (earnings of whatever you made on the product over a certain period of time). And given that the member said that they bought alot of inventory, i assume that they made decent money on the product (or else why buy alot), so as bad as it was for them, it could’ve been MUCH worse…

Joe, you should know that whatever business you put up, online or offline, it’s going to take work to make it successful. Most people don’t care about importing, what we’re really talking about is making money. Plain and simple.

I don’t know why they would tell their customers to focus in the top 100. I’ve had products that are consistent high-money earners that are in the 2-5K sales rank range that are way easier to compete on.

It’s simple. The name of the game is spending as little time as possible sourcing and shipping products – with this guide and Amazon FBA, you can spend just a few hours per week and supplement your income nicely. Some people (after getting it down to a science) have even quit their main jobs to do this – it’s sort of like being a merchant in the middle ages. You’re not creating anything yourself, but you’re giving the people what they need, and you’re rewarded financially for doing so.

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I don’t think it’s too strange that posters wouldn’t come out of the woodwork. For the first 2 years, Stompernet was great but if you posted in here, you’d have most people just calling it overpriced.

But you know, I have a feeling that a lot of people can understand the Privatel Label process and still not really see the forest through the trees i.e. they just can’t think through the difference between a product that, in theory, works and one that REALLY works.

Scott’s podcast has been a breath of fresh air for me as I prepare to launch my first product. I like his straight forward approach to building brands and launching products. He follows basic business sense but applies his world of knowledge around internet marketing to build your brand and and launch your product. His guidance has already steered me clear of a product that would have been too seasonal, and towards something that I have more experience with. Highly recommend!

Thx for reply, the same problems in your scenario exist, I use silicone spatulas since thats a “freebie” example by the ASM course. Cherry picking the best products is already done, look at the top selling products and look how many people are selling them. Now look at the similar branded products also pretty fairly saturated, now look at the price of the knockoff. Much less than the initial item which has already developed a huge following.