CleanTAS 394: Ask Scott Session #122 – Mindset Rant – Facebook Ads – Product Images – Competition in Small markets It’s time for another session of Ask Scott on this episode of The Amazing Seller! This is the place for sellers like YOU to ask your questions and get the motivation and insight you need to get out there and make your business thrive. On this episode, 8/4/2017 Free View in iTunes
ASM 368 – Structures and Environment Systems – 3.00 credits: Study of environmental needs of animals and bioproducts, control of building environments, construction materials, framing systems, and functional planning for biosystems structures. Prereq: MATH 103 or 104.
As for me, forget all the middle millionaire mentor group complaints I am planning a trip to China to go to the next big FAIR. Good products over that never see American daylight, ripe for picking. That’s just me and that tip’s free. 🙂
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
Hi Andrey. Thanks for your feedback. Yes indeed there is a ton of information out there on how to start your online Ecommerce business. The main difference between starting on your own and joining ASM – is time and experience. With ASM you will be saving a ton of time where is starting on your own can take different curves and this is where many new folks get discouraged after spending so much time figuring out every little component.
So, the next logical question is how does Proven Private Label (PPL) compare to ASM or other alternatives. I’ve been through both and PPL isn’t bad value for the price, but there are a lot of gaps in the training for a beginner. It’s better than buying nothing, but you’re not getting what you get with ASM for just a few hundred dollars. Now, you can supplement PPL with information that you can find free online, but then it becomes a question about the value of your time and how much you can trust the information you come across (including how outdated it might be).
I am so very grateful for this program and it’s structure. The guidelines, staff [CEO’s, Mentors, Tech. Support, etc.], members have all been excellent. The step by step instructions are fantastic; I …don’t have to try and reinvent the wheel. Thank you guys sooooo much. See More
All the above tasks are performed with the help of a Database Management System (DBMS) and the leading and most widely used DBMS across the world today are the Oracle Database, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL database etc. Out of the three DBMS technologies, Oracle Database is the most popular and widely used database in the world today. Oracle ASM, RAC and Data Guard are some advanced options in the Oracle database software that help provide high availability and protection of data.
Your review of ASM is spot on. The training and support are average at best, I did not feel that my success really matters to Amazing Selling Machine. I have spent 6 months working at this and have lost $5,000 on this mediocre training and another $10,000 on product, shipping, etc.
CleanTAS 435: China Agent Speaks OUT and Saved us $5k on Bad Product (Don’t Skip These 4 Steps) How do you know that the supplier you’ve picked is trustworthy? Are you nervous about doing with overseas suppliers? You aren’t alone! On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear from Scott as he breaks down steps you can take to make sure 11/8/2017 Free View in iTunes
Brett is the author of the ultimate guide to Google Shopping published by Shopify. His ecommerce agency has helped over 125 companies with their PPC advertising and he speaks and writes for major publications all over the world.
Jeff and his partners at Seller Labs started with a 7-figure Amazon business and turned it into a software company which serves thousands of Amazon sellers who did over 2.3 billion in 3rd party sales in 2015. Seller Labs was named #1 Young Tech Start Up in Atlanta for 2015.
Great video Jim, I also like to add, for people who live outside the countries of Amazon lists, you can not use your local debit card such as switzerland, Australia and new zealand to name a couple, however you can use payoneer card, however the fees are slightly pricey.
Actually, Ryan, your single post just got me HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of ebook sales per day, and HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of new subscribers, as you can see in the screenshots below. The majority are immediate refunds, of course, as you can see, because all the info I sell is bunk.
CleanTAS 209 : The Man That Taught Me How To HUSTLE and NEVER Give UP! (in LIFE and Business) Every one of us has a legacy that has bred us, the things that have made us into the people that we are. Sometimes those are negative influences, sometimes they are not so good. On this episode of the show Scott shares a conversation with his Dad that . 5/30/2016 Free View in iTunes
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What have you done lately to move the needle in your efforts to build your ecommerce businesses? How do you stay motivated when the going gets tough? For many TAS followers, it’s all about the Ask Scott Sessions. These special episodes help sellers like you find the energy and passion they need to keep their business on track. On this episode, ……
Now we are in agreement on that, but here is where it gets sticky: is the seller well versed enough in the industry to be well aware of ALL of a particular company’s designs to know when they are or are not potentially infringing upon a design?
Sponsored Ads “Stealth Method” Ben uses this technique to virtually GUARANTEE that his Sponsored Ads Campaigns are profitable, when he launches new products. (It’s NOT what you think, and you’ve never heard this technique before).
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.
Scott runs the Amazing Seller podcast, a top 25 business podcast on iTunes, and is known for making 47K in 90 days selling on Amazon. Scott is an incredible teacher and runs his own Amazon selling training class as well.
I LOVE that each module is broken up into small ‘easy to digest chunks’ of information. It makes the content easier to absorb, in my opinion, and easier to go back and watch something again if you need further clarification.
Doesn’t that defeat the purpose of private labeling? Or maybe you’re trying to say that you can get better rankings in Amazon with a private label brand which of course would lead to more sales? Is that the advantage?
I remember when he used to post in the main Facebook group..and he was an excellent contributor then. It did kind of surprise me how he kind of had this big podcast out of nowhere. I thought he genuinely wanted to be helpful, but also thought he enjoys the attention/spotlight as well…and he later confirmed that.
The training seemed more along the lines of Ebay sellers now selling on Amazon FBA instead. Overall the course seems like good information but was looking for the info about automating the supply process and never having to box/ship my own stuff.
As I’m just beginning my journey into the world of Amazon, which was and still is thanks to Amazing Selling Machine, I’ve gained valuable information from this group! Their courses range from beginner… level advice to tips for more advanced sellers and I make sure to take advantage of all regardless of just starting out. I would highly recommend to anyone looking to take the plunge and not knowing where to start! See More
2) Matt and Jason aren’t as active as i would like them to be. They essentially show up every once in a while, which kind of annoys me, but i guess they have other things to do. Within the 30 day period is when I saw them most, but I guess that’s how it goes