Casey is the founder and CEO of Viral Launch, a tech company offering innovative software for Amazon Sellers. He has intimate knowledge of the Amazon product niche finding and launch process and has helped thousands of sellers launch successful products on Amazon.
Not saying the marketing aspects are not SUPER important, but they are relatively easy and cheap to get learn and get done. Basically you just do what ASM teaches you. Most of it common sense that surprisingly few sellers understood this just 1-2 years ago.
Of course, we are here to build brand, not just sell something. This module brings you 15 lessons, and by now you should have your product samples on the way. You will know the method to select the best supplier, prepare inventory, build a brand name, and so much more.
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.
Jeff and his partners at Seller Labs started with a 7-figure Amazon business and turned it http://thezigzagworld.com/news/amazing-selling-machine-course-evergreen-launch-2018-start-an-ecommerce-business/0045744/ 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.
An entire module is dedicated to the product selection process (this is the most tedious step of the process, be patient while you’re searching, but do not overthink it. You will not be perfect from your first product. Just pick one & go on.)
Engaging Bullet Points. You get 5-10 depending on the category. Explain with the features and benefits. Start with the benefits. If it’s a garlic press that doesn’t cramp the hand, start with “It doesn’t cramp your hand.”
You make some good points, but I can tell you my personal experience is that the sheer volume of demand for products on Amazon means that a few small tips can lead to huge improvements in profitability, even for experienced sellers.
I’ve been in contact with a few other successful members and I think a lot of it comes down to really understanding the nuances of Amazon. They didn’t all have Amazon experience, but you can tell the successful ones just *get it* more than other people in the forums.
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I have set up my store, chosen my first 3 products to launch, found a supplier and have placed my first inventory order for my first product. It honestly takes about a month to get to this point so it’s not really feasible to say that the 30 day refund policy covers you long enough to see if it really is going to work for you. However, there have been a few students that have product in inventory and are already making daily sales on Amazon. But we have just started on the promotion and ranking sections of the training and won’t see the fruits of those efforts for a few weeks most likely.
The Facebook group I’ve just about abandoned. There is a lot of good information there, but there is a lot of really bad and blatantly false information on there too. The problem I have with the group are the individuals that act like experts in private labeling on Amazon, and give our bad/false information, just because they don’t really know what they’re talking about, but people listen to them regardless and it’s just all around bad.