AMS is not for the tire kicker. Unless you have 10 grand and you are not afraid to lose it the AMS is not for you. Buy a course, buy several courses, go to Amazon and watch their videos, learn how to make $100 a day and then learn how to increase it. You can go to any department store, garage sales, estate sales, flea markets, thrift stores, book sales, dollar stores and thousands of websites to find things to make a profit on. Can you create a listing on Amazon? Can you get your own UPC number? Can you write copy? Do all of these, find a supplier and you have your own product to sell on Amazon. Next thing you know, you have 10 competitors cutting you price. If you know the ropes, the ropes can’t trip you up. Crawl before you walk. Walk before you run. 10% of the people that buy the course are making money is a stretch, maybe 1% and this time next year that 1% will be gone. DANGER.
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.
For sure private label is cycle seller network scam way to go. If you are selling a ‘brand’ product that anyone can buy. You will always find someone comes in and cuts your margin. There is always some willing to work on crazy margins.
Amazing FBA, led by Michael Veazey, is a Podcast, community and set of resources for any UK Amazon Seller (though we welcome all visitors, including our many American, Australian, Canadian and German visitors).
However, after thinking about this, I don’t consider this to be a downside at all. I like the fact that there is a high barrier of entry for people to sell on Amazon, as that means there will be less competition and it will be easier for people like me to get in early and take advantage of this growing trend before everyone else.
And yes, I offer an real online educational program that is perfect for those who are willing to work and don’t want to risk a ton of money like you ABSOLUTELY will have to if your importing products to make real, substantial money online.
Heck i could be wrong, maybe this is the greatest product ever made (but I swear I see that once every couple months lol) but experiencing what I got for $1k last time this is a definitely a no brainer…dont buy!
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I took 2 courses (oracle DBA training and SQL training ) at DBA university. Both courses were well presented and had a good number of labs. SRINI is a great instructor and has a lot of experience. He has great knowledge on database administration.He is very engaging and patient.He provided very good and clear explanations of very difficult concepts and made sure every student was on the same page.I learned a lot of valuable information from him and was able to pass my exams.I can only say job well done and money well spent. I am currently taking my 3rd course( Oracle RAC ,ASM and DATA GUARD ) and so far i am having a wonderful experience.
So there is a market void just created, in my opinion, that says Experienced FBA sellers want to learn more about Private Labeling. If any of you experienced guys fill that void with a book or something more reasonable, I’m in.
Each week, we go through the course together and discuss it. We make partnerships. We help one another. We brainstorm together. We share ideas. We correct each other’s mistakes. We share our successes.
If you don’t have a list, go out and target your ideal customers with FB ads, Instagram and other influencers. Use contests. Give away a coupon code for the opt-in. Then on the thank you page or in an email send them the code and direct them over to Amazon. DO NOT drive traffic directly to your product. Always intercept with the opt-in. If they don’t buy, that hurts your conversions on Amazon. Low conversions result in low rankings.
CleanTAS 362: Over $30k Generated in The 1K Fast Track Group in 6 Weeks + Your 7 Day Challenge It’s time to get off the sidelines guys! Don’t waste another day or week listening to The Amazing Seller without TAKING ACTION! On this episode, Scott and Dom go over what it will take for TAS followers like you to jump in with retail or online arbi 5/22/2017 Free View in iTunes
The easiest way to start, though, is regular purchasing just to get a feel for what is involved. I don’t think it makes sense for someone who has never done it to invest in private label products off the bat. IMO, you need a little experience working with the system and dealing with the kinks, possibly getting UPC exemptions or special category approval and that can take time.
My NET profit is margin is 52% excluding shipping fees (to amazon) product creation, FBA fees and any another fees included. You can work out the math, in my case I am making a healthy profit on a small number of units, as I increase my orders the cost of my product WILL reduce, like in any retail business, the more one buys, the cost is less.
The liability issue is not that big of a deal. I got a commercial policy that covers me for liability issues for less than $1000 a year. I also read a post on the members forum that someone got a policy for $500 a year.
Graphic designer for label & logo & product images = $500 – I am pretty sure 99 designs are much less than that. I for one, used fiverr and worked out perfectly to start with. My cost $200 – Reason for this some fiverr peps were hit an miss.
The example that you outlined above would not just be rare, it’d be EXTREMELY rare and unlikely. 625-1000 units a day of a product that he’s making 40% net margins on? I have to assume that he’s selling a “generic” type product and it’s not proprietary. And if that’s the case, anything that is generating those kind of sales is easily the type of product that would attract imitators.
CleanTAS 392: Top 3 Offers to Build Your Email List and Boost Sales for Your Products Does it seem like you are spinning your wheels when it comes to getting your ecommerce business off the ground and running? What steps can you take to give it the shot in the arm it needs to get see the success you’ve been looking for? 7/31/2017 Free View in iTunes
Kate Valentine is a former broadcast reporter. Her goal with this podcast is to give sellers a glimpse within the walls of Amazon to give them an inside scoop. The tagline for this podcast is “You’ll only hear from former and current Amazon employees.” It’s the newest podcast on the list but it packs a dense amount of content into a short period of time. Each episode is around 10 minutes.
Basically you didn’t get to use its software tools or give it any chance…..those that give up in its 1st month generally are either lazy , don’t take action , think its too much work or don’t think they can do it……its a typical response from people who think making money online is easy. AS for ASM you dont see its true value until you have been through the course and had all the modules ,software and email tools released not to mention the FB group….jims course is 1/10th of the price for a reason , you get what you pay for . no tracking tools, no email responders ,no social platform for promotion , no product tools , no video tools , URL booster tools , no promo tools no press release tools…..so yes its 1/10th of the price probably cheaper but its a bit like a Ferrari or a Mini if you want to win the race i know what id be choosing.
I definitely was NOT interested i