Each situation is unique depending on where you live, but we have 15 paid moderators as well as students from all over the world who can help you navigate the process of getting set up. We have students from all over the world selling into Amazon U.S.
CleanTAS 339: (RARE Personal Episode) What’s the Secrets to MY Work Life Balance to Being a Good Dad and Husband You are in for a rare special episode of The Amazing Seller! On this episode, Scott sits down with TAS follower and fellow podcaster, Gordon Light from “Fit Successful Dad.” Gordon, an avid fan of Scott’s left a message for him on the “Ask Scott 3/29/2017 Free View in iTunes
CleanTAS 277 : Ask Scott Session #84 – Your Business and Marketing Questions If you’ve got question or curiosities banging around in your head about selling products online, Amazon private label, online marketing or business, then you have hit the jackpot! This episode of the Amazing Seller podcast is aimed at answering questi 11/4/2016 Free View in iTunes
The Sellers Summit is the ultimate “ecommerce learning experience” where you will get inspired not by stories, but by gaining all of the knowledge required to run your own successful ecommerce business
To summarize, the Amazing Selling Machine is the best training course that I have ever experienced. This is coming from someone that has invested nearly $100,000 in coaching, seminars and online programs. I HIGHLY recommend it for anyone that wants to get into selling on Amazon and is committed to it. Obviously, this is only for people that are committed and willing to invest in themselves and starting their own online business. Every business requires an investment and when put in perspective of what a college education costs, this is easily worth every penny.
ASM 264 – Natural Resource Management Systems – 3.00 credits: General principles of management of natural resource systems including hydrology, soil erosion, irrigation, drainage, wetlands, and water quality. 2 lectures, 1 three-hour laboratory. Prereq: MATH 103, 104 or 107. Cross-listed with NRM and SOIL.
My advice to anybody thinking of buying ASM2 is to get a cup of coffee, or 2, and read every post on this thread, from the start, get all the free pdf’s and watch all the videos in the launch, you will learn a lot, then decide if you want to spend $3500 to $4000, if yes go for it but be ready to refund before 30 days if you don’t think it was worth it, by that stage you will know about 95% of every thing you need to know to be successful selling on Amazon, private label using FBA
Thanks, Jeff. At first, I was hesitant ryan moran review tell people about a program with such a high price as ASM. But after seeing how much it has benefited those who were able to sign up for the course, I quickly changed my mind. However, even then, I’ve had some hesitation about taking the plunge and investing so much money into the program. Finally, I drew up a plan – to save X every week for this and as soon as I can afford to pay half of the price up front, I would join the next edition. Which is NOW 🙂
This is a great question. One that I would also like to know, but am not willing to pay 4000 to find out. @Terry… Why don’t we start a new thread called Amazon Private Labeling Q&A, or something like that. Personally I would rather ask questions like yours and get answers, rather than about this course. Isn’t that what this forum is all about? This thread did address the question about ASM, but I think it’s ran it’s course, everything seems to be getting personal and opinionated. I’m going to try to start a Q&A thread:
The problem is that they can’t. In a store like that, sure, you can make very minor adjustments in each department, but you can’t go putting the extra helmets for sale right next to the air conditioners.
So I have no product in inventory and it looks like it will be another week before I am up and running. I will go ahead and post another review in 30 days that should be more helpful with some real stats and figures, but here are a couple more things I have learned since the last review….I’ll keep you updated sooner if things change before the 30 days.
Why only semi? One of the biggest issues with drop-shipping is keeping product costs down. Products that are bought cheaply can generate a hefty profit for the seller once they are marked up. This is exactly how Wal-Mart makes billions of dollars from seemingly low-priced goods.
CleanTAS 232 : Ask Scott Session #69 – Your FBA Questions This episode of the Amazing Seller podcast is where Scott Voelker answers questions about Amazon private label sales and ecommerce. On this episode he’s addressing some pretty interesting questions. Should you try to compete directly with Amazon when 7/22/2016 Free View in iTunes
If we look at ONLY the private label section of PAC (Specifically Proven Private Label), the training isn’t very comprehensive. It does an excellent job in some areas, but falls well short in many others.