The strategies you have told and the training you have provided is really awesome. And if any person follow it correctly and if do the smart work according to your training then he can achieve all the… heights he wants in life. I am really thankful for the course you have provided. If somebody is not getting the success then he or she should think that he or she is somewhere less in efforts there is no other reason at all. See More
If that’s the case, then I won’t argue with success. I used to be in Stompernet (the initial launch during Oct 2006) and felt the same way. And before I joined there, I was doing at least $25K in revenues per month.
I have been running an amazon business more or less “the ASM way” for some years now. I actually started before Matt and Jason did, but their marketing learning curve has been way faster than mine. Still, my business did roughly than 5.5 million in Amazon.com PL sales last year, and I´ll beat that this year by 25-50% if nothing strange happens (but it often does, see below).
Do you find yourself hitting a slump at the end of the week? Are you finding it stressful getting an ecommerce business off the ground? You aren’t alone! Let another session of Ask Scott give you the energy and motivation you need to keep pushing to reach your goals. On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear Scott tackles questions fro ……
I have been following this thread since ryan moran review year when I was interested to sell on Amazon FBA. I’m from a country in Europe which is allowed to sell on Amazon. I was wondering if someone who bought the ASM course could give me some tips how to start selling on Amazon FBA from a country outside US. Do I have to register a company in US or not? Can I buy products from China and have them sent to Amazon FBA (while I’m personally located in Europe) ?
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.
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
We’ve included everything you need to build a business with this model. To start your business, all you need to do is get some inventory – which is as little as $500 to $1,000 to get started. We’ve taken care of nearly everything else FOR YOU.
Live Q&A Workshop – If we get more than 10 FBA ALLSTARS in a single workshop I’ll hop on the call to help with walking people through the success steps and answering questions cause honestly it sounds fun!
And, to be perfectly frank, for very many they’d rather not tell the world about ASM (for fairly obvious reasons). Many are also annoyed that ASM3 is coming onto the market and there is a debate to be had about whether or not it can be ever again.
In addition to a US collection account, we also have a new pilot program offering an EU collection account (for SEPA transfers). If anyone has interested in either service mentioned above, feel free to contact me and I’ll be happy to assist in getting you set up.
You can do this even if your a newbie but you need some startup money to get going. People should use their brain when they see all these bonuses thrown in their inbox. DONT FALL FOR IT it’s just money in their pocket!
CleanTAS 448 – The Story of The $6,810.91 Day (Ask Scott Session #137) What does it take to have a successful Black Friday or Cyber Monday for your ecommerce business? How can you extend that success to the rest of 4th quarter? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear from Scott as he goes over his new brand 12/8/2017 Free View in iTunes
The Private Label Podcast is a professionally run, and well-executed podcast. Kevin is a talented interviewer. He keeps the episodes on topic and asks the right questions to help give his listeners the answers they’re looking for. Newer sellers will love his Private Labeling for Dummies series, which is a great introduction to the industry.
What impressed me the most about the program is how detailed and step-by-step everything is. Everything was SO EASY to go through and take action on, that I believe that ANYONE can succeed with this program.
It is not difficult to set up the seller program as they are new members doing it regularly. You will be surprised at the caliber of persons that register for this program such as stay at home moms, bankers and persons from all work of life.
CleanTAS 454: Ask Scott Session #140 – Sourcing Outside China – 3D Printing Products – Utility Patents Are you fired up and ready for another awesome session of Ask Scott here on The Amazing Seller podcast? This is your place to get the motivation, energy, and excitement you need to push through the tough parts of getting started in the ecommerce arena 12/22/2017 Free View in iTunes
CleanTAS 421: Ask Scott Session #130 – Testing Products FAST – Google Adwords Traffic – Inventory Placement What do you need to push your brand forward? Often times, it’s the simplest things that can cause a huge impact on how you look at the world or make a decision. The spark you need to ignite your next bold move can be found right here! 10/6/2017 Free View in iTunes
Hardly a days goes by when I don’t get an email or two from yet more marketers trying to flog me Matt’s and Jason’s ASM course, usually offering a huge bribe running into thousands of dollars worth of freebies; this tells me these affiliates are getting a big cut and ASM marketing machine is now on overdrive. I noticed you have an offer on currently on your own course and at a price that sane individuals can afford. I wonder if you can tell us how your course compares with ASM just to put my mind at rest and perhaps take the plunge?
Not to sound too condescending, but I’m not sure why you posted those screenshots. Was it meant to impress somebody reading this thread? Because if that was the purpose, I would probably edit your post to remove them.
I tested a few different headlines to target different niches and search queries with my product. Good thing I did, I’m now ranking higher and converting more sales in a less competitive niche, thanks to the tests from Splitly.
I could go on and on, but i think i covered the main points that are important. As to whether i thought it was a good investment, i would say yes, i am happy with the course. There is good and bad, but that is the case with any course, but overall, it is solid. It would be BETTER if it delved more into resolving the negative stuff (like the above), but I guess you can’t be perfect.
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