So, basically, it’s almost a zero-risk offer for Fladlien, which makes it worth very little in my opinion. Now, some of his other stuff sounded interesting, but it’s so vague you really don’t know what you’re getting.
This business is not difficult, all one has to do is find what is selling well and replicate the core product. Pay attention to when I say CORE product, its your job to differentiate your product. That could be different packaging, box whatever it might be to make it look high quality.
I guess that most of them send us the same email scam: “Very good friend of mine who is great guy makes $1,00000000000 a month on Amazon, eBay, online etc. I personally use his system and never looked back bla,bla,bla….”
A specialist in online selling, design, and photography, Autumn has utilized both her technical and creative sides to build a 7 figure e-commerce business. In addition to selling through shineweddinginvitations.com, Autumn is also a top seller on Etsy.com and manages a semi-virtual team of employees.
“Split Testing 101: Simple Hacks for Major Growth”: A thorough overview of what split-testing is, why you should always be testing, and various tests you can run. A great resource for those new to split testing.
Cory is the content marketing manager at Seller Labs. He has more than five years of experience doing strategic communications and professional writing. When he’s not writing he’s getting dropped off the back of amateur cycling pelotons or yammering incessantly about Porsche.
I was on a webinar with them 3/14/13. They had written that it was to be about the great software we would be using, and once it got started they mentioned 7 softwares, but then went on to only (sort of) cover, I’m pretty sure – 3 of them. I kept asking what about the other software, but they were having too much FUN giving away Amazon gift certificates. If you’d like to Hear & Watch how Honest they are, this is a link to the very same webinar, I believe. No way I’m going to watch it again to verifyWebinar Replay | The Amazing Selling Machine
What drives the point home about how (IMO unreasonably) high a price point ASM is, is the fact that if you get others to sign under your affiliate, you get to pocket $2K. So sure, you can make up that initial $4K outlay if you get others to sign up, but for me, I’d have to be *really* on board with ASM in order to, in good conscience, personally pitch it like it is advertised.
The “theory” behind the PAC course is one that should be modeled for ANY legitimate course or training offered in the “online entrepreneur” niche. It’s time to raise the standards of what we expect from the courses we buy.
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? millionaire marketing machine youtube the income something that can set you up with success for life, or would it only be seemingly temporary?
It is certainly possible to buy $200 worth of product direct from manufacturers in China, but you need to know how to get them to agree to that. Most newbies blow it on their first contact and wonder why they don’t get replies from suppliers. As a matter of interest, Chinese manufacturers are much more likely to allow small orders than Chinese wholesalers are.
Am I stupid? No. I’m not promoting it because the price – up to $5,000 if you pay in installments – unsettles me a little. That’s not ASM’s fault – they’re pricing what the market will bear. Thousands of ambitious Amazon sellers will buy it. Some will succeed, others will fail – but that has nothing to do with ASM (more on that in a moment).
OUCH Stopped every Promotion on these two suckers around 11/2013. Now they sell around 150 units a month and in another 6 month or so my remaining Inventory will finally be gone. Had to lower the Prices drastically.
The course is priced high to allow high and lucrative affiliate payouts and bonuses, not because the content is better crafted than any course at $297. The last time the course was launched almost all revenue came from JV partners. They used a proven info product marketing strategy, and it worked beautifully. FWIW, this exact strategy they used is also taught by another info marketer, but the name just escapes me. The pre-launch strategy, the drip, the teasing, setting up the webinars and pdfs so that your JVs get their list properly cookied for commissions, tiered bonuses on the back end. They’re awesome at that!
5. No course provider will give you success figures as very few people who buy products implement them. It’s called “shelf development”. People buy the product and leave it on the literal or metaphorical shelf!
Jim Cockrum’s course is great. The only downside is he focuses on a retail arbitrage process and that can be difficult to scale and sustain, and for some people it’s just not doable. However, all the basic building blocks are there. Where Amazing Selling Machine improves is by focusing on manufacturing, branding and marketing. Or private labeling, branding and marketing. But you don’t need the course to do that. However, you do need to understand how to purchase from manufacturers and/or distributors, the basics of branding and product promotion and marketing.
ASMers say stuff like “Oh, Amazon is growing faster than we are so no problems with competition.” But let’s be honest, ASM is filled with 98% of the people that have had no success at all (just like any IM course). Another successful 1% probably aren’t active in the forums. And then the final successful 1% will probably give you good general advice, but they aren’t spilling what really has worked well for them. Why would they?