“amazing selling machine 7 blackhat free interactive online courses”

– I could have done without the whole “Jordan Malik” debate that takes place in the middle of this thread. Just skip over all this stuff and save yourself some time if you’re going through all of it like I did.

Here’s a question….when private labeling products what steps are taken to ensure you are not infringing on existing design patents, trademarks, etc? Just because I find a product some overseas supplier has I think would be good to private label doesn’t mean the product isn’t already patented in the US. Does ASM cover this?

1) Course is laid out as a step by step course. They drip feed the content, which i know some people hate (might be a negative for some), but i didn’t mind at all because i like to learn slow, and it forces you to work slow and do the tasks one at a time.

You can take part in the program and make money from Amazon if you reside outside the United States of America as long as Amazon recognizes your country. You can receive your money through Payoneer account.

I received a private message from this gentleman and am posting his question and answer here. I won’t answer any more questions in the thread because I am taking the thread away from it’s original intent. But if the information I provided for Sajid helps him maybe it will help others also.

Collecting hundreds of millions of keywords isn’t easy, but the real work comes in understanding what keywords to use and when to use them. Our algorithm uses artificial intelligence to do the heavy lifting so you don’t have to worry about it.

The easiest way to start, though, is regular purchasing just to get a feel for what is involved. I don’t think it makes sense for someone who has never done it to invest in private label products off the bat. IMO, you need a little experience working with the system and dealing with the kinks, possibly getting UPC exemptions or special category approval and that can take time.

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.

CleanTAS 205 : Ask Scott Session #60 – Your Amazon FBA Questions Many people ask why Scott’s invested so much time and energy into putting out this podcast and doing his free workshops. Is it to sell his course? No, it’s not. Scott recently ran into a woman who reminded him why he’s doing all the work he is for 5/20/2016 Free View in iTunes

In this video I shared a simple action plan for anyone looking to start with ZERO start up money. I have followed this process myself and it works. It takes time and FOCUS to Take Action, but the rewards are so worth it.

Well these guru types do that a lot. They take a stand on a certain issue/strategy, then do a complete 360 when it suits them (product launch, selling an affiliate product, etc.,). It’s almost like they forget what they tell there readers, or think they won’t remember.

ASM 323 – Post-Harvest Technology – 3.00 credits: Principles and management of crop and feed storage, handling, drying, processing, and crop/feed systems siting, planning, and development. 3 lectures. Prereq: MATH 103 or 104.

Please Note: All new Selling on Amazon subscriptions include access to sell on Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, and Amazon.com.mx. Fees, available product categories, and selling requirements may vary between the three marketplaces.

Once beginners are past their initial learning many go onto select products that don’t ‘fit’ all the beginner criteria. I’ve coached many beginners through the ASM course materials and have seen many, many of them go onto select a 2nd, 3rd, 4th product using more intermediate and even advanced criteria.

Yes the price tag is hefty but this program has an amazing value. Actually my wife got this program and she is now going through the training. There is some work involved and even you need some capital to invest in your initial inventory. I will be updating this review as she launches her 1st product. 

CleanTAS 461: (No DEAL on Shark Tank) The Journey to Becoming a Successful Ecommerce Business Multiple Times What is it like to appear on Shark Tank? What lessons from that experience can leaders like you come away with? Is it a good idea to expect an immediate return on your investment when you are building up a brand from scratch? 1/8/2018 Free View in iTunes

Well, to be frank, I think I know a decent amount about SEO. I’ve been doing this since 2005 and have generated millions in sales from organic traffic. I also know that “trickery” that used to work in 2010 doesn’t work today. I stand by my statement that tools like this are simply re-purposing old software that they can’t sell as “SEO Software” anymore. Instead, they call it “Amazon Software” and expect everyone to fawn all over it. Of course, backlinks still work, but crappy push-button backlinks don’t.

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

CleanTAS 404: How Tim Created Unique Products and Generated $6k in 30 days (Market Validation) What is your plan for brand development and growth? Do you have a clear roadmap to where you want your ecommerce business to be in the next six months to a year? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott welcomes business leader and entrepreneur Tim. 8/28/2017 Free View in iTunes

Fix up their product images. Some buy from Alibaba and sell to Amazon, so the products have watermarks which I clean. Also I do white backgrounds for the products or put their labels over bottles, digitally.

As to that first suggestion, the answer is easy. Only a small portion of buyers take action and an even smaller percentage achieve results. Just like most books bought are never completely read. So there would be a freedom mentor review of starving marketers if their income depended on the results of what they sell achieving results by buyers.

It briefly mentioned on a video presentation slide that you could do “Advanced” strategies with Amazon FBA by having your supplier ship directly to Amazon and have then send the labels to amazon. I didn’t see anywhere where it shows you how to remove yourself from the process of having to package,label, and ship your products to Amazon FBA. 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.

This course teaches the exact strategies I’ve used to build Project Life Mastery to where it is today – with over 190,000 YouTube subscribers, 11 million video views (600,000 views/month), 130,000 unique website visitors per month, an e-mail list of over 120,000 subscribers, thousands of social media followers, and ultimately a 7-figure per year online brand.