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With this said, here is my recommendation. If you don’t know much about FBA, where to find inventory, how to sell, etc, check out Jim Cockrum’s course. This course is really just a lot of products that previously sold separately all rolled into one. I had already purchased most of the material, ebooks etc separately before the “course” came out and this is how I got started. It WORKS! All the material that is included in this course is a steal even at full price!). I have ACTUALLY MADE MONEY putting this into practice

Principles and application of precision agriculture including yield monitoring systems, variable rate technology, GIS, GPS, sensors, auto guidance, data acquisition and management, mapping and equipment management. 2 lectures, 1 three-hour laboratory. Prereq: MATH 103, MATH 104, or MATH 107.{Also offered for graduate credit – see ASM 654.}.

This Security Workshop provides participants with an opportunity to experiment with many of the different components of F5’s security solutions in a hands-on lab environment using a real-world application delivery deployment scenario. The goal of the course is to put to practical use the extensive capabilities of the BIG-IP system to safeguard application delivery in today’s growing threat landscape, and to help the audience think differently about application security.

One of the problems with the ASM course is they started out suggesting you could sell an item for $7 and do well, obviously they had not done the math and quickly changed it to $9 after a few days, even at $9 Amazon are taking 42% in fee’s, after product and shipping costs you would be lucky to make 2 bucks net profit. It was clear to me that the guys promoting this were pretty much making things up as they went along

They also seem to have software tools that are rolled in, which give the impression that they are spammy backlinking tools that they are throwing at Amazon because it’s really hard to have a negative SEO effect on Amazon.

I’m going to take the plunge into Private Label FBA, and TAS now has this Private Label Classroom, but it’s pricey and it’s not necessary…Scott even says the information in the classroom isn’t secret or special, that everything you need is in his free podcasts and free resources. The classroom more is about the community, the visual learning, structured implementation plan, and weekly Q&As with Scott (and a guy named Chris I think). So they are definitely being transparent about what the classroom is and isn’t and I think it may be good at holding me accountable and actually get this done in a timely manner…but if I can save ~$900 and get a product of mine up and running then that’s probably the better method…

An example to overstate things. We do things the ASM-way from a marketing perspective, but we also spent $160k on producing one of our recent products. By that we eliminate possible competition from most other ASM-type sellers who basically only rely on excellent marketing.

Amazing Selling machine 8 is the best training they have created. It was launched in 2012 as a beta and came back with full version in paid like jason review of 2013. At that time, it boosted the market. If you have worked in digital marketing field for a long time, surely you know something about this product.

I answered a ton of great questions about the course from people who either PM’d me or posted to my Facebook group. If anyone still has questions that haven’t been answered, don’t hesitate to let me know.

2. You’d know that while some customers buy only on price, are attracted to “pile ’em high and sell ’em cheap”, and have no brand loyalty, others will pay extra for added-value. Otherwise, why are there chains of supermarkets who sell only on price and others who do a thriving trade selling value?

“As soon as we could get out of the deal, we did. The marketplace is an R&D facility for Amazon, where they look to see what’s selling and then sell it directly,” said former Circuit City executive Fiona Dias.

CleanTAS 364: Ask Scott Session #112  – Competing with Amazon – International Legal Stuff – Enhanced Content Risk Are you ready to jump into this week’s Ask Scott Session? Make sure you are ready for some awesome practical steps to get back on track – if you’ve had a hard time staying focused and on point lately this will be immensely helpful for you! 5/26/2017 Free View in iTunes

But as years went by, a weird thing happened. Those guys proved that they’re a legitimate business. And they kept churning out legitimate Amazon seller success stories, growing and hiring at their office in Houston Texas, attracting quality partners, and honoring all their 30-day refund requests from customers.

The problem with others, is that they didn’t have the capital to compete with getting inventory and also promoting. With a product like that, you know the user is going to use more. So the seller will likely get aggressive with reducing the price to hook them on the back-end.

You’re right that there are other good courses as well, but free resources (and even PAC) can’t compare. You’ll learn the basics, but you’ll miss out on a lot of information if you’re serious about this business.

I’ve thought about trying this before but have had concerns about ‘creating my own product’ and the support / liability part of it with my own brand. I would probably try to pick products where liability was not as much of an issue but what about some type of warranty or is this a non issue for basic products?

Those library books quickly grew into a couple thousand dollars profit per month, which I reinvested and reinvested until I started branching out into other products (NONE of which was wholesale). In 2013 my sales were $136K (see the below link) (VERY part-time (just me and my wife)) with a net pre-tax profit margin was around 55% to 65% of that:

CleanTAS 307 : Ask Scott Session #93 – Inventory Money – Defective Products – Bundles – RA to PL Seller Establishing and running a successful eCommerce business is a challenge for anyone – no matter how experienced or talented you are. There are so many blind spots and unknowns, it’s helpful to have some experienced advice going in. 1/13/2017 Free View in iTunes

Google the phrase “brett $5000 bet jim cockrum interview” to find the interview I recently did with him on this topic. He actually won a $5,000 bet on my blog as well – it’s a great story. I would give you the direct link to the interview, but I’m not sure if I’m allowed to link to stuff off of WF or not so I won’t. You’ll hear our recorded interview and learn more about his course etc. once you look it up.

Remember Ryan Deiss with the SEO thing? Bashes it to the hilt, then comes out with his own SEO product (i forget the name of it). I can name 4 others right off the top of my head that did the same thing, but you get the point. I don’t hate them when i see them do it, I just think it’s funny.

So when I review products like the Amazing Selling Machine, it’s because I’m truly interested to see if the product is a good system, legit, or a scam. If it’s a good product, I incorporate into my website and recommend it if I truly believe in it.

I only do private labeling. I am sure there are many ways to make money on Amazon as well as some other fine courses as mentioned throughout this thread using other methods. However private labeling is the focus of this course.

I haven’t been given access to the course, but as someone who uses Amazon as one of many sales avenues (>$300K in Amazon sales last year), I’m considering buying the course just to prove to myself that it is BS.

@Panorama – No. That is what you take out of it and tried to spin it like. Pitching? If you considering on educating people and informing them on other choices before they take that big of step…… I guess I’m guilty.