I launched 3 products the first year. Two were complete duds and one did ok, earning me about $2000-$3000 a month on average. I launched 3 more products about 3 months ago and those have taken me to where I am quite pleased. I am going to net about $8000 this month after expenses.
I have to say I agree with bayking here. I’ve seen your blog and have watched a lot of your videos. http://www.kdrv.com/story/37326182/news respect you for what you’ve accomplished with your Amazon business model and how you’ve transitioned that into becoming somewhat of an authority figure on the subject – you’re a good marketer in that respect.
With regard to training, people can make their own choices about what is a good value for their money. I guess I don’t really understand why you’d pay for training to teach you the holy grail when most people haven’t just used the existing (and free) training that Amazon provides to do some testing of their own.
Ensure you check them out when you’re designing your emails. Make complimentary accounts on sites like Gmail, Yahoo, AOL, Hotmail, etc. as well as send the email to folks accounts to see exactly what it resembles prior to send it in the direction of the customers. This enables you to find out if anything turns up screwy and also repair it prior to your prospective customers view the troubles.
If you’re reading this, it’s probably because you’re on the fence about Amazing Selling Machine. I believe that the bonus that I have for you will send you over that fence, because it comes pretty close to ensuring your success.
2. You’d know that while some customers buy only on price, are attracted to “pile ’em high and sell ’em cheap”, and have no brand loyalty, others will pay extra for added-value. Otherwise, why are there chains of supermarkets who sell only on price and others who do a thriving trade selling value?
Having said that, no where in the course do they recommend buying or writing fake reviews. They instead teach a technique whereby you will get initial traffic and sales to the product, and then using techniques they teach, encourage the people who bought to review the purchase for you.
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How do you know what products to start selling as you get started with your ecommerce business? What criteria should you use to help you sort through the many product options in the marketplace? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear from Scott and Chris as they open up and share how sellers like you can learn their process and avoi ……
On top of all the small ASM sellers you have some medium sized and big sellers with serious resources who are also learning to do things the ASM way (again, it is a good way but it is hardly a secret anymore). An extra challenge to compete with sellers who don´t care if they drop $10k just to make a statement and have your product drop 90% of its sales.