Maybe not skin but certainly time invested, Ryan. Every precious minute (no, hours) you invest in this is a victory for me. Click on the youtube button to the left and find more of my videos for you to critique, please (this is all the same topic, nothing’s changed!). As I cheerfully invest mere seconds in responding to you, continue investing (cumulatively) hours in viewing, poking holes and responding! Go ahead (*Everyone* is watching us here), make it go viral! (Invest your time, invest your time, invest your time, invest…)
ASM member here. ASM is like all other information products marketed via affiliates. I was informed by one of the top 3 affiliates of ASM that over 90% of people who start ASM will eventually fail or just fizzle out within a year or two. He has personally worked with hundreds of ASM and Amazon private label sellers, 9 out of 10 of them are no longer selling on Amazon.
If you haven’t already, be sure to check this free video from the creators of ASM which covers how to pick the right product to sell on Amazon. They then explain how to build and scale an Amazon business to $100,000 per month.
Since Amazing Selling Machine is being re-released one more time, we’re bringing back the Tribe for one last time. We’ll go through the course together, share secrets with one another, and meet up for dinner in Vegas at the conference (I’m buying).
Love the golden nuggets of wisdom in your podcasts — I was shocked your facebook page didn’t have a 5-star rating but then I read one of the 1-star reviews and realized that no matter how much value… you bring a community of people, there will always be cry-babies. Keep up the great work! See More
@Wickwire – SEO is a very tough thing and just something I think they provide to help others get traction without having to pay for marketing right off the bat. Any successful business relays on advertising and not SEO.
You can, in seconds, export every single review that a product has into a file that you can easily sort and find out some useful information. Like what? Well, keywords of course! And you know how one good keyword is easily worth thousands per month per product to you!
This is not to say the ASM program is no good, or that they guys running it are unethical. But be aware they are getting very critical marketing data from all their members. And there is no doubt they will use this data to rank their own products in the future.
CleanTAS 399: How to Create a Successful Mindset that Allows You to WIN with My Morning Coach JB Glossinger What does it take to find personal and professional success? How can you embrace healthy patterns and behaviors in your life that will encourage growth? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear from successful podcaster and business leader, 8/16/2017 Free View in iTunes
1) Course is laid out as a step http://markets.buffalonews.com/buffnews/news/read/35644596 step course. They drip feed the content, which i know some people hate (might be a negative for some), but i didn’t mind at all because i like to learn slow, and it forces you to work slow and do the tasks one at a time.
If you have a budget, every little thing can help. However, I would wait to you have a website. I don’t know if people will buy your product from a PR. It’s made to bring attention and hopefully some other media coverage.
We’ll have parties every night starting the day before the summit, and you will not want to miss any of them. Just imagine your favorite ecommerce entrepreneurs hanging out all in one place. It’s an opportunity unlike any other, and it’s your chance to mingle and start making things happen.
CleanTAS 451: ASK Scott Session #139 – Sales Vanished – Help to Narrow Market – One Product and Email List? Are you ready for that extra dose of inspiration to move you across the finish line this week? You’ve come to the right place! It’s time for another session of Ask Scott. On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott shares his thought of the week, 12/15/2017 Free View in iTunes
Jason & Matt, I’m truly impressed by your professional free content and the clarity of explanation. I’m not new to Amazon courses, but so far, this is THE BEST free video training have ever seen. Kee…p up the great work, and see you at the top! See More
Matt Clark is someone that I met through a mastermind group that I’m apart of, who is very successful at selling physical products on Amazon. At the time, I interviewed him primarily to learn about Kindle publishing and how he was making so much money on Amazon.
Here’s my opinion, if you are on a limited budget then you should just figure it out on your own. If you’re smart enough to make more and more money each month, then you’ll eventually get to the point where it will all make sense and you can make a go at private label (that’s what I did).
DaleCalvert has a good point here. I’ve read through the last few negative posts and some of the comments are comical if you really understand how off the mark they are…I just don’t have the energy to comment on every inaccuracy.
2. James Boyd was right. There is definitely a lot more competition on Amazon now with other ASM’rs but you can still make good money on Amazon with this course. They train you to look at the top 100 products but after seeing all of the competition now, I chose to go beyond the top 100 and found success, not the 6 figures a month success but enough to satisfy me. My original product I launched was in the top 100 and I have seen my sales decrease a little over the last 6 months as the competition grew from the last two ASM course releases.
FBA is like anything else. There are people that frequent the Amazon message boards who, you would swear, are probably minting money based on the way they talk. And then as you read through their posts, you realize they aren’t making much at all. Although I will say that those people are very helpful from the “how to” advice perspective, but I wouldn’t take any of their business advice very seriously.
You always have to remember that the people pushing these products are getting a HUGE PAYOUT. The last time ASM launched, the financial incentives were huge and they likely are this time. Keep that in mind.