The general consensus has been ASM is expensive, but if you have the money and want to consistent, high-quality training and support to launch an FBA business, Amazing Selling Machine is hard to pass up. However, the alternatives listed above do provide much of the value at a fraction of the cost. The 6-month buy back guarantee does help alleviate some of the fears associated with the high costs of the program though.
I’m not dogging ASM for their product because I can already tell the product is way better than PAC. The product itself is probably pretty good; I’m just not sure it’s worth the price. They did a nice job outlining the process in the free videos and the x-factor is your own ability to evaluate opportunities. I think you’re paying for a lot of high-margin/low value add-ons that aren’t really going to move the needle (eg. 7 software tools (not disclosed what they are) and 3-day event). I might be alone in my thinking, but I question the ability of most training courses when it comes to “delivering alpha”.
TheAdsenseGuy, very good questions you ask of. Not to go into too much detail and review all the methods of A-S-M, there are two main ways to go down, although there are more. Option 1 – pricing your product higher, combining reviews and listing optimization. Option 2 – Lowering your price – in turn earning more money. (That is as much as I will say on that right now) this is all explained in A-S-M.
CleanTAS 358: Ask Scott Session #110 – Listing and Testing Products – Selling Electronics – Organic Sales After PPC Are you fired up and ready to go for another Ask Scott session? Grab your pen and some paper, this is an episode that you will want to take notes on! Scott covers everything from finding and maintaining your own motivation, 5/12/2017 Free View in iTunes
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The same goes for Amazon FBA. I’ve been selling on Amazon for about 3 years and have been on FBA for 8 months or so. I did $90K in sales on Amazon in 2012 just by doing merchant-fulfilled. I’ve done $270K so far this year and I couldn’t keep my products stocked for half the year because the volume was so high (something I’m remedying as we speak). I’ll probably finish the year close to $400K. And I’m confident that next year I’ll be darn close to $1M if I can get my act together.
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I am currently full time military in Canada but will be savagely chasing success in this field. With two young sons now, the thought of doing this full time is so much more appealing than killing time at sea or sitting around Middle Eastern countries. Very strong motivator!
Even if this was all possible and you could increase rankings by using all these tools, why are you bothering pushing up Amazon’s pages? Why not just create your own sites and rank those for product keywords? I SUSPECT that the product creators will say that it’s because Amazon has better loyalty and higher conversions. But I think the reality is that they know that you are not able to track the amount of sales that come from the SERPS>Amazon, so they can really say whatever they want.
You also get access to the special PRIVATE online Amazing Selling Machine 8 community. This one-of-a-kind online community includes business owners from around the world — many that have built multi-million dollar companies with what we’ve taught. THIS is your opportunity to reach and meet other driven, motivated entrepreneurs that have gone through the same exact course. And of course, if you have any concerns or questions that the course can’t address, Amazing.com is here to assist you 24/7/365.
CleanBIG AMAZON NEWS – Major Review Announcement and What it Means for Sellers (First Thoughts) There’s big news this morning (10/4/2016) from Amazon about their reviews policy. – I wanted to quickly shoot an episode your way to give you my first thoughts about what this means for you as an Amazon private label seller. – 10/4/2016 Free View in iTunes
I’ve already located 3-4 suppliers and have ordered samples. I’ve been researching shipping logistics, finer points of FBA, and liability insurance. This really isn’t rocket science. Save the thousands they are charging for information and invest it into your inventory.
As for the situation #2, if you see that the market doesn’t want to pay for your product, you just saved yourself a lot of time, a lot of money, and a lot of effort that you’d have put into launching your product on Amazon.
Who was the the course for? Hopefully, it was to help people like you and me find quick and better answers to take care of our family, but how did we treat it (because we couldn’t afford it.. maybe)? Another shiny object at a department of addicts (like down the old 42nd street where I used to take the bus to Jersey).
All the knowledge in the world will not make you one cent if you do not take action on it. I’ve done importing and affiliate marketing, and have taken the courses with Amazing Selling Machine and read 2 of Skip McGraths training programs, and so I wanted to give my opinion on your review and suggestions.