Most of what you have said is far from the truth. I have UK and USA FBA account, and only last week I had a problem with an inventory sending in, I requested FBA to call me back and within 5sec I was called back. So I do not know what department you are trying to contact. If you require help your FBA account I recommend speaking with someone on the phone where you can access in your back office of your FBA account.
CleanTAS 383: (Hotel Cast) The BIG Lessons and Takeaways Learned from TAS LIVE North Carolina and Action Steps If you didn’t get the chance to attend the recent TAS LIVE event in North Carolina, today is your lucky day! You get a little sneak peek into the behind scenes conversations and takeaways from that event. You’ll hear from Scott, Chris, Angel, 7/10/2017 Free View in iTunes
Take it a step further and go to camelcamelcamel.com. It’s a free resource. Copy the URL of the product page and pop it in. It will give you data history on the listing. You can see how long it’s been selling, the BSR over the course of time. Is it seasonal or is it steady all year round? You want to go after steady products. Avoid seasonal in the beginning. Also, make sure the seller has a track record. At least 6-8 months.
This means you are paying ASM for the training/software, but in return they have complete access to see what you are doing, your listings, your failures, what products rank and for what keywords e.t.c
I belong to an online training program that is a bit bigger than the Amazing Selling Machine, with over 200K members. But when I first started website development and affiliate marketing, I would have been lost with out the proper training, guidance and support that came with the Wealthy Affiliate program and community.
CleanTAS 363: Coaching Call Recap – My Sales Dropped After Restock…Now What? (Action Steps) One of the best ways to learn how to grow your business and increase your product sales is to hear what other sellers are doing and how Scott can help them specifically push through to the next level. On this episode of The Amazing Seller, 5/24/2017 Free View in iTunes
I’d be very hesitant to pay $3,500 for this course as well. I look at their motivation for selling this course, and it just doesn’t make economic sense if the strategy is as profitable as they say it is.
Jim Cockrum the PAC Course, Coaching, and many free resources it’s all the real deal? I have learned a lot of valuable stuff that Amazon and the Amazon Forums just doesn’t have available. These are all people that truly want to help each other, it is a community of like minded people all helping each other. In a word it’s just awesome. My own success has been limited because I have a full time job commitment and a big family that needs my time, as it should be.
CleanTAS 329: The EXACT Steps to Buy and SELL FBA Businesses + Mistakes to Avoid with Justin Cooke Have you considered buying or selling an FBA business? Then you came to the right place! On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott sits down with Justin Cooke. Justin specializes in facilitating the sale of eCommerce businesses. 3/6/2017 Free View in iTunes
Exec summary – sufficient info to get you started, not as easy or lucrative as presented, expect to have to fill in a lot of missing pieces yourself, certainly not worth anything like the asking price
CleanTAS 191 : Zero to $100k per Month in Less Than 1 Year (TAS Listener Story) If you’re entirely new to the idea of private label sales, this is the perfect episode for you to hear. Today’s guest is a regular guy from Australia who began his private label journey from square one. David had no prior business experience, 4/18/2016 Free View in iTunes
Just like the title says, this module walks you through how to set up your business with Amazon Seller Central account. In addition, it walks you through how to do the proper analysis to choose the product that will sell on Amazon.
It is the most expensive online marketing product I have ever seen. I thought it’s price would be around 500-1000$, but actually it was a shock for me when I saw the price. I don’t know whether the product is good, but the price of 3500$ seems like too much for me.
Ditto with this amazon stuff. People think it’s easier to go through a course, go to a bunch of seminars, and spend a bunch of time in forums “learning”. This won’t aide in your success, it’ll just be another social hangout.
Even after speaking with people about white-labeling, I still think people don’t seem to REALLY see the big picture. If you are competing against others, you’re going to have going on what I just described above. When you white-label a product, you are insulating yourself from those games. Now you still have to deal with the price issue, but people will pay a higher price for what they perceive to be more popular AND higher quality. If you have a lot of great reviews, then you’ve just given them the perception of both. Nobody selling other people’s products is going to follow-up for product reviews; the most they’ll do is manage their individual feedback scores. As a result, you get the reviews that you get on the products they sell. But if you actively SEEK out reviews, you’ll get them at a much higher pace; maybe .5% of reviews vs. 6% leaving reviews when you’re following. To the buyer, you’re giving the impression that your product is 12x more popular than the competitors.
I will certainly check out everything you’ve mentioned here and may very well invest some time into your affiliate program. I’ll imagine that I’ve just “found” $5000 dollars after not investing in the ASM program.
But to say it isn’t a business is an odd statement. Especially when I have seen proof of someone doing over 3 million in sales in a year just drop shipping. Made about $550,000 profit!!! Sounds like a pretty good business to me. And absolutely ZERO risk! And ZERO’ cost.
My point– it is not $3,000 of value. It is $3,000 because their business model for selling it allows them to create large affiliate payouts, bonuses and incentives, to ensure the course is a success.
Those library books quickly grew into a couple thousand dollars profit per month, which I reinvested and reinvested until I started branching out into other products (NONE of which was wholesale). In 2013 my sales were $136K (see the below link) (VERY part-time (just me and my wife)) with a net pre-tax profit margin was around 55% to 65% of that:
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It’s that time again! After last week off, another session of Ask Scott is back! Scott took last week off from the Ask Scott Sessions to continue his five-part series that spelled out a Private Label Roadmap. If you want to check out the roadmap, check out the “Start” link in the resources section at the end of this post. On this episode of The ……
CleanTAS 344: Exposing Amazon’s Hidden Fees and Knowing Your (TRUE) Profit Numbers with Greg Mercer You know Scott only brings the best guests on The Amazing Seller that give you value and insights into selling on Amazon and building your business. On this episode, Scott’s done it again with guest Greg Mercer. 4/10/2017 Free View in iTunes
When I started with PAC I was going out to markets and charity shops with a target to buy 20 items aday (I also bought a scanner with my iPhone, which was pretty cool.) The only snag my phone battery died or a lost signal.
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 pyramid with the eye ecuador hoax their over-hyped and overpriced program.