CleanTAS 232 : Ask Scott Session #69 – Your FBA Questions This episode of the Amazing Seller podcast is where Scott Voelker answers questions about Amazon private label sales and ecommerce. On this episode he’s addressing some pretty interesting questions. Should you try to compete directly selling machine Amazon when 7/22/2016 Free View in iTunes
CleanTAS 455: Merry Christmas + My Gift To Help YOU Succeed! Merry Christmas! Join Scott for this special TAS episode as he expresses his gratitude for a wonderful year with The Amazing Seller podcast. He also goes over some helpful steps that will empower listeners like you go out there and TAKE ACTION! 12/25/2017 Free View in iTunes
Amazon is the Google of physical products. The amount of opportunity is crazy; considering Matt and Jason have cracked the code and successfully make money with them is very impressive and should be a real eye opener to anyone looking to succeed with ecommerce. It’s a billion dollar industry. Businesses take investment, and time is money, so why not buy from those with a proven record versus floundering on the search engine or alibaba all night (have you tried it, it’s horrible)? Equivalent to buying someone’s autobiography – you get a man’s life work for a fee, but what you get in return is much greater and will multiply in time.
As an ecommerce business owner, you want to do everything you can to set your brand up for success. One of the best ways to do that is by learning from the example of other successful business leaders. On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott welcomes Bernie Thompson, founder of Plugable Technologies and Efficient Era. Plugable Technologies ……
First inventory = $1,000 (average estimate) (correct. HOWEVER, I and a few others started with $200. The problem is, when we run out of stock we had to wait. That is the problem, but I didnt have that that amount of money. My cost $200
A man was arrested after allegedly trying to steal a silver truck with a toddler inside, all while the child’s mother was clinging to the vehicle, trying to stop him. (Source: Bremerton Police Dept./CNN)
I have never taken the course.. All the knowledge I gleaned were from his podcasts and other sources (reddit, FB groups, ImportDojo, etc.) I have 2 products out and am on number 3 and hopefully 4 soon. You can absolutely do it without taking the course. With that said, I would imagine there would be rgeat value in that course still, but if I were you I’d just take advantage of all the free info that’s out there.
A/B testing on Amazon is a no brainer for anyone who wants to truly optimize their listings. Splitly automates the whole process for you and makes it super simple to test different prices, images, titles and more. I’ve been able to squeeze out an additional 20% of profit from my products through A/B testings with Splitly.
There’s Cindy, who had been a “lone wolf” in this business before joining The Tribe. She had seen modest success, but after joining the Tribe, her business tripled. She now enjoys a million dollar business from what she learned and the connections that she made inside of The Tribe.
I was on a webinar with them 3/14/13. They had written that it was to be about the great software we would be using, and once it got started they mentioned 7 softwares, but then went on to only (sort of) cover, I’m pretty sure – 3 of them. I kept asking what about the other software, but they were having too much FUN giving away Amazon gift certificates. If you’d like to Hear & Watch how Honest they are, this is a link to the very same webinar, I believe. No way I’m going to watch it again to verifyWebinar Replay | The Amazing Selling Machine
CleanTAS 464: (Part 1) 7 Figure Seller Reveals How to Launch Products and Build Brands in 2018 As a business leader, you want to use every tool that’s available and learn from as many sources you can. On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott welcomes Mike Jackness to the podcast. You’ll hear Mike share about his own journey as an ecomm 1/15/2018 Free View in iTunes
Even after speaking with people about white-labeling, I still think people don’t seem to REALLY see the big picture. If you are competing against others, you’re going to have going on what I just described above. When you white-label a product, you are insulating yourself from those games. Now you still have to deal with the price issue, but people will pay a higher price for what they perceive to be more popular AND higher quality. If you have a lot of great reviews, then you’ve just given them the perception of both. Nobody selling other people’s products is going to follow-up for product reviews; the most they’ll do is manage their individual feedback scores. As a result, you get the reviews that you get on the products they sell. But if you actively SEEK out reviews, you’ll get them at a much higher pace; maybe .5% of reviews vs. 6% leaving reviews when you’re following. To the buyer, you’re giving the impression that your product is 12x more popular than the competitors.
We worked on a business arrangement with him to do 6 training webinars with you over the next three months to show you his most valuable sourcing strategies for going direct to the factories themselves without ever having to leave your house.
Rice’s podcasts are full of great gut instincts and reactive business decisions. Her first podcast episodes were published in 2015 so the earlier episodes have a green seller making her way through Amazon. This podcast is perfect for those who have just started out, or want to learn to not