This is where I think having general business experience really helps. if all you’re into is internet marketing, you can develop tunnel vision. Go to a few trade shows for products and broaden your scope.
I think its unfair to brand this product as “its not worth it” and “it doesnt translate in to big bucks.” This is your opinion and its not far to criticize the course based on you not making enough money.
Another option is, contact Sony (again as an example – please do not take this literally) directly and ask them to buy their head sets and place your own branded logo on there. Now, you can buy it for $12 a unit and sell it for $25+, because you know the quality is very good and you can market it very differently, most things Sony are not doing.
I’m a member of Jim Cockrum’s Proven Amazon Course (PAC), and while it’s good, it doesn’t cover the private label business model – so you just can’t compare it to ASM. It’s not just about glitz and glamour…it’s a completely different strategy than what he teaches.
My thought is that they would just purchase the listing from the person because they would have done most of the work and they would just take it over and market it. Not sure though, because I didn’t go through the TOS. They were the #1 affiliate again. I just looked at the leader board.
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This is a new training program that will reveal to you the exact formula I’ve used to launch my Amazon product, ranking it on the 1st page for my primary keyword, getting over 150+ Amazon reviews for it in only 30 days.
You should parlay the DS profits into developing your own brand. There’s no law stopping you from doing both…and since drop shipping is so hands off with no inventory risk – why get out of that channel?
Hi Sajid. Yes Jim’s PAC course is all about Amazon and FBA. I purchased his course just about 2 months ago even though I have been selling on Amazon for years but selling through FBA just since last April.
This is a lot of money but consider that it may be worth it as some persons have made returns on their investment in only their first few months of work after the training. Starting any serious business requires investments of both money proven private label time.
Doesn’t that defeat the purpose of private labeling? Or maybe you’re trying to say that you can get better rankings in Amazon with a private label brand which of course would lead to more sales? Is that the advantage?
Have you ever yearned to sell products on Amazon? Have you always wanted to own your own products on Amazon? Would you want to have an online business that would replace your regular income? If the answers to these questions is yes you may want to try out the Amazing Selling Machine 8.
I have seen many so-called “newbies”; turn into “Jedis” overnight. For example, I know a guy who was asking how to do this and that. I do not exactly remember what he said, but to me it sounded like a “how do you hold a pen, so I can draw?” kind of question. I was surprised to see that, last month, he posted on Facebook that he was making $9,000 a month!
Having purchased PAC, I want to just relay what I have noticed about the course. Yes, there is a section of the course about “White Labeling” products, but it’s basically just a “how to” of what to do.
6.) I have sold on Amazon Fulfillment and with a good product that I have gotten at a good price but sometimes it does not really generate that much profit ..maybe 10%. Understand that on Amazon Fulfillment you pay lots of fees as as well as the commission and the cost to ship it to the Amazon warehouses
In addition, if you balk at the price, you’re probably in the wrong game. With a price tag of about $5,000, Amazing Selling Machine may be the most expensive business training that you ever purchase. You’ll also have startup costs of about $2500 to get your product made, a label designed, etc. If a $5,000 business investment scares you, then stay out. Personally, I’ve never seen a $5,000 business produce such incredible results in such a short amount of time, and I’ve been in a lot of business (heck, the restaurant I owned cost me $225,000 and I’m yet to make a dime from it… and my college degree cost me $80,000 and I don’t even know where it is).
During Module 2 of the Amazing Selling Machine, you will be instructed to come up with a list of at least 10 Amazon product ideas. You will then be required to narrow it down to 3 of the very best ones. As part of this bonus, you will be able to e-mail me your list of product ideas (up to 10) and I will give you my honest feedback and suggestions on the niches that you’ve selected and advise you on what product I think would be the most profitable for you.
What are the components of a successful product launch? What does it look like step by step to set up a product listing and position it for the best possible results? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear from Scott and Chris as they dive deep into what sellers like you need to focus on so your first product listing goes off withou ……
When I get into a new product thru FBA, I will purposely underprice it in order to bully people out of the product. I have a little strategy for doing this so it hits them at the right time. Typically this works best if you have 1-2 other competing FBA offers (no more than that). Some people are more stubborn than others, but most will eventually move on and that’s when you can bump up the price until someone new tries to come in. Most of the sellers on Amazon are not making that much, so they can’t afford to play games like this so it works pretty well.
I’m still around Travis. I have been absorbed in building this business over the last year while trying to also maintain the one I had before this one. I haven’t checked this thread much but took a look today.