It’s not a case of which product is cheaper -the important thing is which one generates greatest value. If you shop around, you’ll find a major affiliate offering a full money back guarantee, not just of the course fee but of your stock and expenses, if you can’t get it to work, as long as you have watched the first 4 videos and implemented their content. This speaks volumes for their belief in what they are offering.
@perswealth, GREAT reply…I agree 100% with just about everything you said. I’d probably be a little more hard on them about the other products/services they have tried to sell after the fact. I’ve found tremendous value in ASM itself, but have personally felt that the newsletter and other offers were more about the money grab. I think they are honestly trying to deliver a lot of value, but are just falling short. I’d love to see more from them in terms of providing tips on how to grow my business (I’d gladly pay for it), but I don’t think they’ve been able to *bottle it* in the same way they did with ASM.
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I agree that if your goal is just “to get started”, you don’t need a course to show you that. You’ll learn from your own mistakes along the way, but most people won’t figure out all the little things that make a big difference…and that’s leaving money on the table.
ASM is more about your brand, the supplier/manufacturer does the work for you and sends your products to amazon, so all you need to do is market it or not, I recommend marketing your brand and at the sometime market your product.
I know the Daniel A you are reffering to, I know his brand, his products and his YouTube channel, when I just checked his 2 videos had 39 and 311 views, over the last 6 months!, don’t believe everything people tell you
There are still opportunities, and some people will likely do very well this time around as well. My guess though is that “epic success” will be limited to the few who have the complete package with brains, time, devotion and entrepreneurial skills.
I purchased ASM3 and than wanted (and got) a refund. It’s not all that’s its cracked up to be. I was able to get a copy of the full program and it does have merit – but not for the price. I bought the Proven Amazon system and think it’s just as good for 1/10th of the price. Both communities are very good – so you’ll get the same http://sports.malaysiantalks.com/news/amazing-selling-machine-course-evergreen-launch-2018-start-an-ecommerce-business/0045744/ courses are taught by advanced degree-holding instructors to ensure an optimal learning environment for students with a variety of backgrounds related to business. With over 10 years of expertise in all facets of creating and running a business, our instructors will help you to develop and hone the skills you need in order stay a competitive and dynamic entrepreneur in today’s ever-changing business environment. Their knowledge, research, and actual work experiences in the business world influence and promote all aspects of our entrepreneurial program. In addition, many of our instructors are multi-lingual.
If you are anything like me you probably feel the same way, desperate to get freedom from your job and keen to follow in the success of all these internet millionaires you keep hearing about. However, without a step-by-step system to follow it is confusing to know where to start and what to do.
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Not that I need to cosign Jim Cockrum, as he is an authority in this area, but this is another thing about this course and their “I just make stuff up affiliates”. One hosted a webinar and someone asked “Isn’t that against Amazon’s terms of service” the host said “well if Amazon didn’t want us to do this, why would they provide us with the email address”.
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”.
“The fact that Amazon not only let us sell to their millions of customers but also do all the hard work and ship the orders out to our customers is just mind-blowing. It’s the single biggest opportunity of our generation.”
The skill set involves identifying the opportunities, sourcing the products, and managing your business ongoing (reviews/customer service). I don’t think you’ll get very far with just sitting there and brainstorming ideas, but you have to just think about what you buy from Amazon and consider if it would make a good white labeled product. If it does,you go through some simple steps to determine the viability of the idea.
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Thanks for the great laugh…I’ll take that as the ultimate compliment that you know someone who illegally got a copy of my PAC course and then felt so bad that they PAID for it after the fact! That’s fantastic on so many levels… Thanks for posting that.
That’s not exactly my point, I’m saying looks like Some products just not showing up in search that’s is why nothing selling. And by already paying 15% to Amazon in commissions I’m not feeling comfortable paying even more to promote my Amazon product, why do I need them then? How do I sell then If product no where to be found?
Amazon is the Google of physical products. The amount of opportunity is crazy; considering Matt and Jason have cracked the code and successfully make money with them is very impressive and should be a real eye opener to anyone looking to succeed with ecommerce. It’s a billion dollar industry. Businesses take investment, and time is money, so why not buy from those with a proven record versus floundering on the search engine or alibaba all night (have you tried it, it’s horrible)? Equivalent to buying someone’s autobiography – you get a man’s life work for a fee, but what you get in return is much greater and will multiply in time.
So, basically, it’s almost a zero-risk offer for Fladlien, which makes it worth very little in my opinion. Now, some of his other stuff sounded interesting, but it’s so vague you really don’t know what you’re getting.