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But my problem is selling on Amazon. I do not do well there. I have personally seen others make well over $10,000 profit per month drop shipping products on Amazon using the exact system I am. But I cant seem to sell more then 3 items per week there. So I came across ASM. But I am trying to justify the cost and work involved just for one product when I have personally seen others make thousands showing me their sales via Skype trying to help me out simply drop shipping items from big box stores, or other popular online stores. I even drop ship items from Amazon. Not to mention the customer pays you first before you even buy the item. No money out of pocket.

Of course, all of this is mostly my opinion and speculation at this point so I’m not sure what that is worth, although I have been in retail for over 15 years. I will post again at the end of the 30 days and let you guys know how it worked out.

2. “Can you write copy?”; “can you create a product listing?” “Can you find a supplier?” etc These questions apply to any business – ASM is not a magic silver bullet, or a shiny object. There are no quick fix solutions.

You will also get access to an exclusive Facebook Mastermind Group that I’ve set up, where you can interact with myself and other online entrepreneurs to get your questions answered, network with other successful Amazon sellers, and have others to hold you accountable.

I already have 2 Amazon courses. One is Affiliate Cash Snipers by Michael Rasmuseen and Mike Mograbi while the other is Ama Suite by Chris Guthrie and Dave Guindon released in this forum special offers – both last year.

If you are someone who isn’t succeeding with internet marketing, the $3,000 ASM course is unlikely to be “the thing” that changes your life. As with MOST courses, these things help people who already get it do better, they don’t really take many people from zero to success, those really are the exceptions, not the rule.

Warehouses aren’t conveniently located next to each Azzurent or Walmart. For products, it’s a one-way trip to the branch. At each branch, there’s enough manpower to unload trucks, stock shelves, and ring customers up, but there aren’t any excess employees available to send products back or coordinate the process of shipping packages out.

CleanTAS 269 : Is Private Label DEAD Now? (New Plan) There’s a lot of stress being felt in the private label community since Amazon has made changes to its product review policy. But is it living up to the doom and gloom we’ve heard from some people? Scott doesn’t think so. In fact, 10/17/2016 Free View in iTunes

I have both courses, I bought PAC last year and I recently took a second look at the course to see what has changed. Yes he has added a few things on private label but not at the extent of ASM. The courses are two different animals, one (PAC) teaches about arbitrage (buying generic brands at low costs and selling for a higher price) this does require visiting shops, charity shops, car boot sales etc, box them up add the labels on and ship to Amazon. I consider this as a starter business, you can make money from this business, but in my opinion you can not automate the PAC business or hire scouters for your business as you run the risk of losing your worker.

My post on different courses isn’t really meant for someone at your level. If you don’t mind spending some money to pick up just a couple of golden nuggets here and there, private message me http://business.thepilotnews.com/thepilotnews/news/read/35644596 I can recommend a couple of worthwhile course options not on that list that might suit your needs better.

You can make thin margins and decent volume by cherry-picking the best amazon products to sell; if you do that, you’ll make decent money quickly. White-labeling a product is a long-term approach and it’s one that might not start to pay dividends until you’ve built up your product, but it pays off massively down the line. Once you get some volume, you can start tweaking the product design.

Anyway, that process took me 4 weeks and I am just now sending my inventory to Amazon to start selling. I could have been selling weeks ago if I didn’t go that route so it is my choice, not because of the program or anything else.

If you’re selling on Amazon you can be the ONLY seller for ‘XYZ cup cake cases’ and then using great copy you can sell them. Plus you’ll get a better margin because you don’t have to cut the price to compete with other sellers.

Laboratory to complement concepts introduced in ASM 264. Topics include land survey, maps, rainfall and runoff, erosion control, drainage and irrigation, and costs and returns. Co-req: ASM 264 or NRM 264 or SOIL 264. Prereq: Students must be ASM majors only.

I want to thank everyone who has posted on this thread. Reading through all these posts has been very cathartic for me, and has helped bring some of my thoughts and experiences into sharper focus. Perhaps I may return shortly to share some of those thoughts and experiences here.