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The price! The Proven Amazon Course costs a fraction of the Amazing Selling Machine – $399 vs $3997 (prices updated on Oct 18, 2017). That’s a 10x cost difference! In other words ASM costs 1000% more than PAC, or you can see it as PAC costs 90% less than ASM.
CleanTAS 455: Merry Christmas + My Gift To Help YOU Succeed! Merry Christmas! Join Scott for this special TAS episode as he expresses his gratitude for a wonderful year with The Amazing Seller podcast. He also goes over some helpful steps that will empower listeners like you go out there and TAKE ACTION! 12/25/2017 Free View in iTunes
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I will not tell you whose face you will see if you watch the video, but you can probably guess. I will add some of these people have taken my money and I have nothing to show for it except a receipt. Wouldn’t that be an interesting product!
CleanTAS 240 – How to Build Your Own Channel and Web Property Outside of Amazon with Spencer Haws Today’s guest is Spencer Haws, he’s a long time web entrepreneur who has built his experience and knowledge creating niche based websites. You can see more of what he’s done in that realm at his site www.NichePursuits.com. 8/10/2016 Free View in iTunes
In short, I cannot suppress the feeling that this whole ASM stuff is mainly a way to only sell that course for a HUGE profit, rather then really helping people get started. The funny thing is, that if you search for affiliate links for ASM they are very hard to find. So it seems to me that they only approach affiliates with HUGE lists to get into the affiliate scheme.
There is, however, no straight answer as it depends a great deal on what category you decide to compete in, what product you choose, the level of competition, the methods you choose to market, your abilities and skills, and a whole lot more.
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
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.
Is there any hope for a seller who failed from their very first product launch? What does the recovery process look like? Is there any way to recoup value for the products manufactured? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott walks through how to respond when a product launch isn’t going as planned. According to Scott, one the most important steps in the process of recovering from a failed product launch is to examine the reasons why the launch failed. If you are able to place a finger on the reason why the launch failed that will help better position your next product launch for success. Learn more about recovering from a failed launch on this episode!
That’s not exactly my point, I’m saying looks like Some products just not showing up in search that’s is why nothing selling. And by already paying 15% to Amazon in commissions I’m not feeling comfortable paying even more to promote my Amazon product, why do I need them then? How do I sell then If how much cost to sell on amazon no where to be found?
CleanTAS 237 – How to Build Your Own Launch List and Use FREE Press to Gain Exposure (Listener Results) Part of the difficulty in launching a private label product on Amazon is always the task of getting interested eyes on your product. You’ve got to be able to find out how to get your product in front of the people who are most likely to buy it. 8/3/2016 Free View in iTunes
In this module, you will get access to step by step guide to set up your business with Amazon Seller Central account. In addition, you will also learn how to analyze and choose the product that will sell like crazy on Amazon.
CleanTAS 245 : NEW Optimization Updates – Avoid an Amazon SLAP and Best Practices to Rank Products and Convert with Karon Thackston When dealing with a huge platform like Amazon you’ve got to expect that there will be places where confusion sets in. This episode is an example of that very thing. Karon Thackston is with us today to help us understand the new items within the Amazon . 8/22/2016 Free View in iTunes
9.) As an example there was a item I recently sold that I got 40% off regular retail at cost- it was $18.00 but ,after amazon fees and commission as well as the the shipping that you pay for to send products to Amazon my profit was – 10% not really great for something I got below retail for 40% off. Do your research with Amazon Fulfillment the best way , is to get suppliers to ship it directly to Amazon , of course if you do not see the product that’s another risk. Some would say 10% is great but thats only $1.80,which when you figure in fuel , it cost more for me to take it to the post office. Scaled Up – 500 Units x 1.80 = $900
2) Tips from other people in the community. When I first heard M&J say that they learned a lot from members of the predecessor course (Amazing Money Machine), I thought that was just marketing BS. This has honestly been invaluable though.
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not any specific examples I can link to. Just people answering questions that shouldn’t be answering questions– sounding like they’re the authority when they’re giving out false information (not intentionally, I’m sure)
There is absolutely nothing preventing some company from suing you for patent infringement. Apple is notorious for that. And it’s not alone. Monsanto sues even the smallest farms for patent infringement, even if the farmer had never done business with them. In one case, a farmer in Illinois was successfully sued for patent infringement, just because Monsanto proved his crop showed evidence of cross pollination with a neighboring farm which used Monsanto patented seeds.
Thanks for your kind feedback on my Amazing Selling Machine Review. I tried to analyze their program from my experience of working in the importation and drop-shipping industry and give a little perspective on their over-hyped and overpriced program.
There are still opportunities, and some people will likely do very well this time around as well. My guess though is that “epic success” will be limited to the few who have the complete package with brains, time, devotion and entrepreneurial skills.
CleanTAS 257 : Sales Tax 101 + The Biggest Questions Answered with Mark Faggiano One of the most unaddressed and confusing issues when it comes to selling any kind of products online is the collection of sales tax. One of the reasons it can be so confusing is because every State has its own set of regulations surrounding sales tax . 9/19/2016 Free View in iTunes
I learned how to import successfully through my own self education and I have a few friends that have created extremely successful importation businesses on their own, and the bottom line is that what ASM is selling isn’t bad information, it’s just info that you can get for about 96% less than you can get with the Amazing Selling Machine program.
Hmm…I guess we came to the same conclusion, but my line of thinking is very different. The reason I don’t think her strategy would be very good goes back to the whole difference between selling your own brand (private label) vs selling someone else’s brand (retailing). It’s been discussed many times throughout this thread and as part of the ASM launch that it’s not worth describing in detail unless someone has specific questions. In short though, it’s a bad strategy that would be more likely to backfire on you.
Keyword is the most objective podcast on this list. The show doesn’t promote any sort of agenda other than understanding how Amazon works and how sellers can grow their businesses. This podcast is authoritative and sounds more like an NPR story than a podcast. The attention to detail to the production is refreshing and it shows Kate’s passion toward the project. Plus, this is the only podcast on this list that has had a guest who currently works at Amazon.
With this absolutely massive amount of inventory being moved, there is no need (or want) for an individual store to dwell on a tiny bit of product that happened to not sell in that particular store for one reason or another.