“amazing selling machine 8 vs 7 marketing video training”

I’ve seen those estimators out there and they are total BS, especially since there is a simple way to see exactly how many units someone sells in a given period of time. All people need to do is just use their brain a little bit and think it through.

Having said that, no where in the course do they recommend buying or writing fake reviews. They instead teach a technique whereby you will get initial traffic and sales to the product, and then using techniques they teach, encourage the people who bought to review the purchase for you.

The only catch so far is you do need some capital to really be successful at this. Not a fortune but I would say you need at least $1-2K on top of the training cost and I’m sure that leaves a lot of people out. The old saying that it takes money to make money really does apply here.

In my opinion at least 75% of the real value in this course was given away in the free pre-sales material, a lot of the course was just fluff and filler and things you could pretty much work out for yourself with a little bit of effort

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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.

Since I’ve already purchased the ASM course, I will go through the steps and put the work in. I will have to evaluate the value of staying with the course as we get close to the 30 day mark and see if it is worth the spend for me. If so, I’ll keep with it. If not, I’ll refer to steps 1-3 above, albeit with the experience I will have learned throughout the first 20-30 days of the ASM process.

I have been a sucker for lots of hype for lots of products. Some have helped out, but if you get all hyped up when you watch their sales presentation, I would take a breath, not act quickly & really think about whether you have the time, the money and the niche where it can really pay off for you.

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A part of the reason is the very reason you mention…. and the solution is in your comment. Forget bright shiny objects and focus on efforts… the answers you need can be found without spending a fortune if you spend the time.

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.

    I was shocked when a simple main image test increased my sales from an average of 11/day to 14/day. That may not sound like much but that results in over $4,000 extra in profit put into my pocket each year. Since sales on Amazon vary from day to day and week to week so much, I would never have known the true winner without doing the proper A/B test through Splitly.      

I started researching and learning about FBA Private Labeling largely through Scott, and listened to just about all of his podcasts minus the last 10 or so. His podcasts are tremendous, and helped me learn a lot in the beginning. However, I find that now I’ve come to the point where I’m learning nothing new from his podcasts. I find the most value in his interviews at this point. I kind of stopped listening to the podcasts a couple weeks ago and just focused my energy in sourcing and setting up my biz etc. Which really, this is the way it should be. It’s good to always be learning, but Scott’s podcasts are still geared towards new people just starting out, so there’s a law of diminishing returns and I don’t think it’s as crucial for you or I to keep listening to every single episode (the dude busts out 3 a week, it’s a lot to keep up on!)

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I’m glad panorama saved me the trouble of having to correct all the errors in milla04 post, but it all just shows the point I made previously, that after fee’s, product and shipping costs you are lucky if you are going to make a net profit of $10 per unit on a typical ASM product priced at $25-30.

To be honest, there’s really no harm in doing a test run. Many IMers today are not making any money that’s why it’s hard for them to launch a test on Amazon for a few hundred bucks. There’s really no way to know if this product works or not. If it does work, then fine, just another avenue to earn more online. If it does not work, then it’s just a few hundred bucks. Nothing to cry about. Like I said if you’re truly making money online this should not be an issue. Don’t knock off the product if you’ve not tried it out.

But to say it isn’t a business is an odd statement. Especially when I have seen proof of someone doing over 3 million in sales in a year just drop shipping. Made about $550,000 profit!!! Sounds like a pretty good business to me. And absolutely ZERO risk! And ZERO’ cost.

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Thanks for the great laugh…I’ll take that as the ultimate compliment that you know someone who illegally got a copy of my PAC course and then felt so bad that they PAID for it after the fact! That’s fantastic on so many levels… Thanks for posting that.

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CleanTAS 282 : (TAS Power Hour) Amazon Promotions – Contest Strategy – Instagram – Dom’s 80 Year Old Grandma One of the things Scott and his buddies have been enjoying are the Friday afternoon chats they have about Amazon private label sales, e-commerce, online business, and much more. They’ve been having so much fun they decided to start recording them so y 11/16/2016 Free View in iTunes

You will see ASM-type sellers all over the place. For the “easiest to source and private label products” it is almost funny to see all sellers with with their close to identical wording, fonts, image-types, promos etc. (BEST seller, add to cart NOW!).

$1000 is a small fee to start a business, but a lot of people don’t have it. This is why I recommend newbies to start doing ecommerce/dropshipping. You can start with literally less than $100, everything included.

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.

Amazon selling machine seemed more oriented around limiting the products you sell but going deep with a specific product like different models/sizes so you limit your FBA storage costs and shipping costs……or private labeling the product so other sellers can’t piggyback on your product and depress margins. The Amazon Selling Machine software was about automating the customer feedback process for you using Amazon API’s get reviews and manage the customer feedback loop for you ? (would have been helpful if they showed an actual inside look at the software being provided)

Panorama, passing this ASM promotion believe me is no loss to me; in fact I am glad I kept away! I am not judging you or what you have achieved but remember there is more than one way to skin a cat. When each and every person who bought ASM has made a killing then I will eat my hat …..I will need to buy one first.

2. You are speaking from a personal point of view. I am sure there are tens of thousands of people that buy most of their products from Amazon, but there are also millions that do not. The smart buyer would research the item they want on more than one site.

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Anyhow, I test run ASM for 30 days, I even spent $840 on inventory which is 160 items, and priced it at $14 ish more than my competitors, however my margin was only 28%, this was killing me (I wanted more money). So I decided to increase my price to $25. Now, I want to make this very clear, my competitors are pricing their products at $8 – $10.

I started selling and found alibaba organically. This podcast takes what I was doing previously and provides and an opportunity to see it through a new lens. I never considered some of the intricacies in the way that it is presented in this podcast. If you have the desire to push yourself further and want more out of life you now have hundreds of mini seminars at your fingertips. Thank you for this podcast. I started on episode one and am working my way forward. I had no idea there were these selling communities. You were featured on a small business podcast and that is how I found you.