The profit margin on each product at Walmart (AKA how much they make on each product sold) varies wildly from product to product. Sometimes, they make almost no money if they’re trying to undercut their competitor’s prices. Other products will make up for that profit. To keep these calculated margins steady, the process is buy, send to stores, sell, repeat.
Critics of Jim forget about his generous money-back guarantee for PAC and other offerings (while simultaneously forgetting that much-higher-priced programs, with exponentially more risk, offer 30-days or less). Your offer for PAC is, thus, bulletproof.
Laboratory to complement concepts introduced in ASM 264. Topics include land survey, maps, rainfall and runoff, erosion control, drainage and irrigation, and costs and returns. Co-req: ASM 264 or NRM 264 or SOIL 264. Prereq: Students must be ASM majors only.
Keep that in mind for a moment. Now think about how many memberships they can sell at this price. 1,000? 2,000? I think those are high estimates, but let’s say 2,000 memberships, with $1,000 profit each. That’s $2.0 million dollars total one-time profit, right?
I underwent training in this DBA university and the faculty is amazing…I didnt expect this much of information to be acquired out of this training. The faculty uses white board and instant lab sessions, so you will feel like typical classroom training and since the lab sessions are completed then and there, you dont need to work hard after the session gets over. You just need to be focused and follow instruction of the faculty to become a expert DBA either in core concepts or in RAC,ASM and DG. The training is truly amazing and enhanced my knowledge multi fold.
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 208 : Ask Scott Session #61 – Your Amazon FBA Questions Whenever you’re starting something new it requires that you do a lot of learning at the front end. You should never just jump in and figure it out on your own because there are so many people who have traveled the path ahead of you that you can learn 5/27/2016 Free View in iTunes
Of course, all of this is mostly my opinion and speculation at this point so I’m not sure what that is worth, although I have been in retail for over 15 years. I will post again at the end of the 30 days and let you guys know how it worked out.
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.
This ASM course includes 8 different modules with each module taking one week. It has been designed like this to help you stay on the path & ensure that you achieve success & get a higher competition rate. Here are the modules
Importing and drop-shipping are a bit more risk and will involve buying products, so I’d start with affiliate marketing. If you’ve got the ability to spend a good 6 months working at it, you can get it to start producing regular income, if you can then work at it full time, you will be amazed at what you can create.
There was a software that came out in a WSO not too long ago that brought up a list of the bestseller products (products with high BSR’s) as well as the reviews. Basically Jason Fladlien and Wilson Mattos used it for one of there bonuses i believe (gave everyone a spreadsheet with the list).
THe choosing of the product is a bit, well uncalulated. I def don’t feel confident I’m choosing “winners” and decreasing my risk. So finally I chose one based on their criteria. However I am having doubts.
CleanTAS 229 : Ask Scott Session #68 – Your Amazon FBA Questions It’s time for you to get your Amazon private label questions answered from Scott Voelker, an experienced private label sales professional who is actively building his business both on and off Amazon every single day. 7/15/2016 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.
$3500 is a lot of money and you could probably pay a really really smart college kid to research everything about selling on amazon, write a custom report and buy more training material and still come out less expensive than that. I look at is what I learned worth what i paid and with this one, I’m not sure. With their last launch, it was not worth $997 (even though their software was fantastic it was missing critical features), and there’s no reason to believe this one is any different.
– I should have shopped around for my affiliate. However, I should learn something about marketing and traffic through the one I went through. Will know to do so next time some big course like this comes along.
Let’s invent a fictitious company. Let’s call it… Azzurent. Azzurent is similar to Walmart – lots of branches, lots of general, cheap products, and a steady, healthy flow of customers to each and every branch 24/7/365.
You certainly don’t have to answer this question, but I’d be curious to know if you make more money (net profit) from selling on Amazon FBA (not including your books) or as a Marketer (through selling your tools, books, coaching, affiliate commissions, etc.)
Now, this wasn’t always the case. There was a time (not too long ago) when ASM member access to the training and community did provide a real advantage over non-members. Information about how to succeed just wasn’t easily found anywhere else; however, a lot of effective strategies leaked over time, eroding the advantage that once existed.
I think its unfair to brand this product as “its not worth it” and “it doesnt translate in to big bucks.” This is your opinion and its not far to criticize the course based on you not making enough money.
To be fair the product creators suggest that you can gain an advantage if you promote the product well via Amazon and You Tube and they’re right – this will enable you to stand out from competitors. However, there’s nothing to stop other people from doing the same thing.
CleanTAS 373: Ask Scott Session #115 – Partnering with Youtubers – Using Freight Forwarders – Creating Clickfunnels Accounts for Multiple Brands That’s right, it’s time for another round of Ask Scott on this Friday edition of The Amazing Seller! Are you fired up and ready to go? You know that Scott is ready to jump in and deliver some helpful insights and lessons on how to help you go furthe 6/16/2017 Free View in iTunes
The Amazing Selling Machine is an 8-week step-by-step training program that teaches you how to build a business selling on Amazon. If you want to know more about the Amazing Selling Machine and what they’re offering, then I recommend you make sure to watch these videos below:
I have not posted in a long time, but what is really sad about this is for marketers who did have some trust to push this out to their list … I got this from email from Jay Boyer namely the Jay, John, James, Matt firstname.lastname@example.org
For those of you that have been around long enough, around 8 years ago Stompernet was launched with an annual membership price of close to $10K. At least with that, you were tackling something that was a little tough to navigate on your own. Sourcing products, building an e-commerce site, email marketing, analytics, testing, etc.
What does this mean for the members paying $3,500 with the expectation of outsized profits? Remember, now you’ll have hundreds/thousands of members pursuing the EXACT same strategy. There may be millions of products available on Amazon, but how many will this business model work with?
I really doubt that Jason and Matt are trying to get one over on people. There is a large group of successful people in the info product space jumping on board here. We simply want to learn how to use some of our marketing skills to give us an advantage in the Amazon marketplace.
Sidenote: i just caught another ASM video and they are really irritating me. They had a list of top products on Amazon and had Tweezerman tweezers as an example of a product opportunity, then went into this “thing” about how they could have had more keywords in their product description and a better description. Tweezerman is a globally known brand. Ugh. I hate that. Too many examples they give are known branded products and are selling very well partially because they are known brands. I once worked with a publicist who worked for Tweezerman. No Amazon-only seller is going to unseat Tweezerman on Amazon and would probably be sorely disappointed if they tried “Oh man, I thought I was supposed to sell a thousand tweezers a day, what happened)..Nevermind. There are just so many other factors.
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CleanTAS 334: Ask Scott Session #102 – Picture Copyrights – Multiple Skus and PPC – Hijacking Confusion Do you have the excitement labelling machine amazon drive you need to reach your business and personal goals? Are you going into the weekend with focus and purpose? If you need to get fired up about your business or just life – you’ve come to the right place! 3/17/2017 Free View in iTunes
One of Scott’s students found a home run this way on accident. A product that sells 75 units a day. Dig deep in the sub categories. Think about your passions and hobbies. Think about your problems or the problems of your friends and family. Ideas are all around you.