I would recommend anyone to do this.The training is awesome. This is no small course. All my life I was looking for something. I kept trying things instead of going for my passion. I finally found wha…t I was looking for. It has brought me back to life. I would get my hope up with all these other things and then crash. Each time I would get hope but the light kept getting dimmer. Now I wake up excited, ready to create whatever I want. So do yourself a big favor and go for it!! See More
I suppose my question is why would this be better? Besides all the great content I am sure ASM provides, I am not seeing why this is a better way to sell on Amazon? I am not saying it is not better, I am hoping it is! But I don’t want to spend thousands if it isn’t.
What will it take to move from an open brand approach to more of the niche brand approach that Scott, Chris, and Dom often talk about? Is it even realistic to do so if you’ve started as an open brand? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott walks through what it will take for sellers like you to start moving in the direction of an open brand concept. Scott addresses two different approaches to this question and how you can make the right …decision based on the direction you want to go with your business. To hear Scott dive deep into this topic, make sure to catch this episode!
This is self-explanatory, this teaches you how to find product opportunities with high volume but low competition to sell on Amazon. You also will learn why labeling and designing your package is very important.
So my suggestion to those (like, 1% of all the contributors here) who want to go to great lengths to discredit me (or do things like create a Warrior account for the first time in their lives just to launch a tirade), PLEASE continue doing so
So I struggle with the concept of selling an item that is already there. Not to mention going against a well established seller with a few hundred reviews. My choice would be clear as to whom I would purchase from.
Welcome to part two of this episode of The Amazing Seller podcast featuring Scott’s conversation with ecommerce seller Mike Jackness! On this episode, you’ll hear Scott and Mike talk about setting the right price point, how to sell a product you’ve already given away, why there is still room for sellers like you on Amazon, product research tips ……
It took about eight weeks to get my product sourced, designed, labeled, and shipped to Amazon. We (my buddy and I) started small and only ordered 100 units to begin (for a total investment of about $600).
There comes a time peter when you have to commit following a course through and making it work instead of discarding it after 5 mins. those like i said that get refunds on things are generally non action takers and who more often than not are always looking for that shiny object and push button millionaire. im sorry to say but making money takes a lot of hard work. so i always go by this saying.
Buying bulk from a wholesaler and sending it to FBA without your branded label is not the same thing. Although many people do that, but heres the problem. You are under the mercy of sale price demand. If you are just starting out and you contact Sony (as an example) to buy 50 head sets for $10 each to sell them for $17 each, you believe you could make $5 per product, including fees ect. However, a supplier with a larger budget could buy 1000 units at $4 each, now the price sell power is in his hands of the new supplier, without a doubt this supplier will list the price at a lower price. Forget that shark infested water!! :-O
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CleanTAS 199 : Ask Scott Session #58 – Your Amazon FBA Questions You’ve found the show notes page for this episode of “Ask Scott” – the place where you can ask your own real-life private label questions and receive answers. But there’s more benefit than just asking your questions – you get to hear the answe 5/6/2016 Free View in iTunes
In my opinion (I am not stating this as fact), they found their winners on Amazon, but are not repeating the Amazon win over and over because it’s just not that dang easy. Now they have a huge win in info product marketing.
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.
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CleanTAS 370: Ask Scott Session #114 Product Approval – Open Brand vs Full Brand – Mixing Platforms – Product Selection Checklist Are you ready for another round of Ask Scott? As usual, Scott is fired up and ready to deliver another awesome episode! In an effort to provide even more value to the wonderful TAS community Scott likes to start these episodes with a thought of the wee. 6/9/2017 Free View in iTunes
Man what a bummer. I really hate to see people in your situation because it reminds me of what I have gone through to attain success online and I’d feel so disappointed after putting in that kind of effort with this kind of outcome.
I can tell you now that signing amazing selling machine cost 100 people and having training days and bonuses and so forth takes a lot of money and time and effort. That time can be spent managing teir own business and making it a lot more profitable however as i said its about giving back to those that helped us.
You mention about competing with other sellers.. Let me ask you this, do you want to make money? if you are in a market with no competition, is that a market/niche worth investing in? Like, toe nails. (I wonder what the competition is on that) 🙂
There are actually over 252 websites that compete and rank for the keyword phrase Amazing Selling Machine Review and Reviews currently. And actually many people feel embarrassed after getting taken by a scam or overpriced educational program. They usually don’t even want to remember it let alone mention it.
With regard to training, people can make their own choices about what is a good value for their money. I guess I don’t really understand why you’d pay for training to teach you the holy grail when most people haven’t just used the existing (and free) training that Amazon provides to do some testing of their own.
Go a mile wide and an inch deep in your product selection b/c just like we all learned on eBay 10 years ago…there may not be competition today or tomorrow for your “hot niche”, but the competition IS coming and eBay (now amazon) WILL not protect you from being the easy target that you are if you are making a killing…if anything it’s in Amazon’s best interest to keep you guessing and send new competitors your way.
Regarding their auto-responder: there is a service that costs $5 a month that many sellers in the FBA Yahoo Group use and even then a lot of them don’t want to risk their accounts by being that aggressive for reviews and cross-sells. These two dudes just give bad advice, and the problem is they could easily find out the “official answer.”