I took a program that cost $200 and I learned some basic information, but there was no support and many unanswered questions. Not worth it, but it helped me decide I wanted to invest and pursue more of being an Amazon Seller.
It includes 17 lessons going into the basics of becoming a successful Amazon seller. This module shows you the knowledge you need about Amazon market, payment accounts, 7 elements of a hot product, Amazon’s profitable categories.
CleanTAS 324: (Case Study) How to Liquidate Product FAST and Make Money in the Process Complexity can be simplified if you have the right tools. Scott has your back. He looks for every bit of advice, tips, scenarios, and insights that will help you excel in your business. Because of his diligence and networking abilities, 2/22/2017 Free View in iTunes
I will provide more details in another post but I will leave you with this photo. It shows my two children playing in the waves at Playa Ventanas, Costa Rica. This trip would never have been possible without my involvement in the Amazing Selling Machine. Thank you.
Interesting….I would say the only vital thing out of that list is the auto-responded. I have a solution now that I use that is around $25/month or so depending on volume. Alliance sounds interesting, but the rest of the stuff sounds like filler and cheap SEO tools.
Building a successful Amazon business can be done but it takes time. It takes nurturing and consistency. Make a 90-Day plan. What will it take to make $100 every day? Work backwards. It takes time and sacrifice in the beginning. Maybe you have to watch a little less Netflix. Maybe you have to skip some parties. However when you have the monthly cash flow coming in, it’ll totally be worth it.
If you state that the percentage is only 10% of those taking the course will succeed then why do they (ASM) refuse to give me an answer to that very same question. I am happy things worked out for you, but I have a hard time risking that kind of money not including product costs and fees on such a slim chance. Would you place your children in a school where only 10% graduated?
So why did I bought the course then? Well to me, the course is not worth the money, but the value is in the private community. I joined thru an affiliate (the biggest out there, check who’s at the top in this launch and you’ll know who I’m talking about) and I am in 2 private communities. This is where I feel the value is in. Along the way, when you faced problems or need help in your amazon business, you can seek advise and help from more experienced sellers in the communities. That’s why I stayed and paid the course fees in 4 installments.
With over 25 years of agency experience in digital & influencer marketing, social media, cause marketing, ecommerce and retail marketing, Jason is passionate about building high growth, innovative companies/teams with compelling points of difference and amazing culture. He is also an adjunct professor of ecommerce at NYU.
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?
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Unfortunately the import business is not an easy one. I would prefer it about affiliate marketing as I don’t like to write content everyday. And I wonder if the affiliate marketing business isn’t as competitive as selling on Amazon or maybe even more.
On the next launch of Amazing Selling Machine 8 I couldn’t resist and bought the program. I had that confident feeling that it would work 100% and if you asked me why? – Here are the facts that gave me that confidence:
The products I have are very popular and difficult to rank for. One thing I have noticed in the members area from many members is that they do not like to put in the work, i.e create videos, press releases ect. Dont get me wrong some products just sell very quickly without much effort, others need a bit more elbow grease.
Well, to be frank, I think I know a decent amount about SEO. I’ve been doing this since 2005 and have generated millions in sales from organic traffic. I also know that “trickery” that used to work in 2010 doesn’t work today. I stand by my statement that tools like this are simply re-purposing old software that they can’t sell as “SEO Software” anymore. Instead, they call it “Amazon Software” and expect everyone to fawn all over it. Of course, backlinks still work, but crappy push-button backlinks don’t.
This is a great opportunity to learn from a LIVE Hot Seat Session here on The Amazing Seller! You’ll hear Scott and Chris go over the product data of one of their Private Label Classroom students as they analyze and give their input on how the student can improve their business and get the most out of their efforts. Be patient as the guys peel ……
You better have quality products and commit to do more than get bogus sales and reviews folks. It is possible. I had one dud and now one success that is growing very well. Biggest advice I can give, is that it is ALL about brand building. My noble competition is priced well below me, but I have the brand that sells at premium and I do not have to worry about the cost cutters (or the ‘viral’ sellers
As a member of wealthy affiliate myself I can attest to its great resources and training. It does however take a long time to start earning, and in some cases, it takes over a year. Seeing that the amazon selling machine has great ways to make money fast, would you recommend this to someone who can afford this? Is the income something that can set you up with success for life, or would buying from dhgate and selling on ebay only be seemingly temporary?