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I looked at PAC but I am not impressed because they are all theories, all talking on videos, no step by step process, sorry to say, way overpriced for $347 or $99. But I am impressed on the information of free PDF of Amazon Selling Machine because it’s like you do it step by http://money.mymotherlode.com/clarkebroadcasting.mymotherlode/news/read/35644596 I can do things “step by step” and get bored quickly with just watching videos full of talks.

If you are just starting out & your products aren’t yet ready to ship on Amazon, there is no need to waste your free month. Simply sign-up as an Individual (free membership) & then upgrade to the professional membership when your products are ready.

I pretty much agree with this if what you say about them having all their members data etc is correct. I don’t blame anybody for buying this course though as it sounds ok but peronally I would no way spend that kind of money on what really sounds like a lot of hype.

ASM is pretty fantastic tbh. It’s a fully-comprehensive ‘how to’ kit. I’ve been selling successfully on Amazon for a number of years now but i often dig back into my ASM vid archives every now and then for a refresher. Worth the investment for sure – if you are willing to take action of course.

Wow, I thought this thread was dead, I was wrong. @shabit87, I hear you, I had the same thoughts too. But you have one thing over me, I didnt have any experience on PL that sort of thing. It is trial n error, I know a lot of people would say its my money, I want a home run, or will I make my money back. The truth is, yes you will make your money back, however if one has a dud product it would take much longer to get your investment back. Which is why I only invest 50 – 100 units to test the water. With a lot of planning I have only had one dud product which is selling 1 – 2 a day. Your research is very important not only on Amazon but on google.

This is a new training program that will reveal to you the exact formula I’ve used to launch my Amazon product, ranking it on the 1st page for my primary keyword, getting over 150+ Amazon reviews for it in only 30 days.

I started researching and learning about FBA Private Labeling largely through Scott, and listened to just about all of his podcasts minus the last 10 or so. His podcasts are tremendous, and helped me learn a lot in the beginning. However, I find that now I’ve come to the point where I’m learning nothing new from his podcasts. I find the most value in his interviews at this point. I kind of stopped listening to the podcasts a couple weeks ago and just focused my energy in sourcing and setting up my biz etc. Which really, this is the way it should be. It’s good to always be learning, but Scott’s podcasts are still geared towards new people just starting out, so there’s a law of diminishing returns and I don’t think it’s as crucial for you or I to keep listening to every single episode (the dude busts out 3 a week, it’s a lot to keep up on!)

I thought this was kinda interesting. So over and over we were all told that on October 11 at midnight this course would be closed and wouldn’t let anyone else in no exceptions. Well today October 13 I sent an email to the affiliate promoting this course to me numerous times over the past few weeks and I asked the support desk if there was any way I could still be able to purchase the ASM course and they replied back “We are happy to inform you that we will be able to allow your purchase even after the doors have closed”

CleanTAS 251 : How to AVOID Common Tax Mistakes in Your Business (CPA Guest) Running a business is complicated in and of itself. There are all kinds of things you have to keep track of including taxes. There are many common mistakes made when it comes to taxes and on this episode of the podcast, 9/5/2016 Free View in iTunes

Legal fees?? Wow… Granted, I paid less than $200 to incorporate my business which is set for 12 months until renewal. With that said, one is not required to incorporate a business because one could be a sole proprietor, so once one has made their money reinvest it back.