CleanTAS 396: How Toni went From Zero to $25k with 1 Product and NO BIG Expensive Launch What does it take to get started as an ecommerce seller? How do you navigate all the ins and outs of launching your first product, making adjustments along the way, and begin planning for the next phase? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, 8/9/2017 Free View in iTunes
Jared is a business attorney for startups and ecommerce entrepreneurs. He founded Stark Business Law PLLC, where he dedicates his practice to helping people start, grow, and protect their businesses online.
This way I can bring in somewhat endless amounts of traffic for work that I created one time. Then I just add in affiliate marketing and I can promote any brand name product without risk of bulk purchases, shipping, taxes, customer support, returns, etc..
CleanTAS 313 : Ask Scott Session #95 – Variation Pictures – PPC Best ACOS – Product Validation – Blog Reviews Do you find yourself often getting stuck or constantly starting something but never finishing it? Maybe you’ve said to yourself, “2017 is going to be different, I am going to get stuff done!” Scott is passionate about getting into and staying in w 1/27/2017 Free View in iTunes
Exec summary – sufficient info to get you started, not as easy or lucrative as presented, expect to have to fill in a lot of missing pieces yourself, certainly not worth anything like the asking price
Having purchased PAC, I want to just relay what I have noticed about the course. Yes, there is a section of the course about “White Labeling” products, but it’s basically just a “how to” of what to do.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could get the right people in place to scale and expand your ecommerce business? For some TAS followers, this may be a little too much “cart before the horse” type thinking but many of you are ready for expansion now and need help. If that’s not you, bookmark this episode of The Amazing Seller podcast featuring outso ……
CleanTAS 317: The UPC Code DEBATE – What and Where to BUY? What do you do if you have all the passion, dedication, vision, and organization to start your own business but technical nuances can sometimes overwhelm you? Don’t give up! You need experienced and thorough experts that can help you navigate complica 2/6/2017 Free View in iTunes
His name is Shawn Hart and he’s spent the last 17 years selling 9 figures worth of products sourced exclusively from China. He doesn’t use Alibaba.com or any of the other traditional means that ASMers use to find products.
If we look at ONLY the private label section of PAC (Specifically Proven Private Label), the training isn’t very comprehensive. It does an excellent job in some areas, but falls well short in many others.
I purchased and refunded. It is about selling ecommerce through amazon. When I purchased he broke the payments up but I wasn’t impressed with what he offered for the price. No problem getting a refund from him.
Are you ready for that extra dose of inspiration to move you across the finish line this week? You’ve come to the right place! It’s time for another session of Ask Scott. On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott shares his thought of the week, how to respond when your sales drop to ZERO, what it takes to rank your product in a competitive n ……
As I’m just beginning my journey into the world of Amazon, which was and still is thanks to Amazing Selling Machine, I’ve gained valuable information from this group! Their courses range from beginner… level advice to tips for more advanced sellers and I make sure to take advantage of all regardless of just starting out. I would highly recommend to anyone looking to take the plunge and not knowing where to start! See More
The ASM community is priceless. It’s like being part of the biggest, most focused, mastermind group ever. And the contributions are outstanding. People genuinely, and fully, sharing their amazon experiments, performance and experiences so that other may learn. These then get built upon by others, taking the whole thing to new heights of learning and results.
I’m sure liability insurance is extremely expensive when you’re talking about selling supplements to the masses. So what if you don’t manufacture it? Haven’t you ever heard of a shotgun lawsuit that names everyone and their brother?
The $10,000 Product Picking Method – ripped right from Ben’s own seven figure Amazon business, this is his unique step-by-step methodology for picking winning products with an 80% chance of earning an avg. of $10,000 (or more) per month.
I definitely was NOT interested in something that generated a low income and offered no way of escaping the rat race. I was looking to earn good money that would allow me to enjoy my lifestyle and support my family – legally of course.
As I said, I would like to add PL as well to what I do. But that is a steep price tag to start with. But it seems that is the way to sell with the Amazon platform. Going to explore other options to this path.
I used the Free Videos they released last year actually sourced a high selling product got the logo done on Fiverr used Alibaba found a great chinese company and have a good contact now for lots of future products.
Normally, if you ask me whether $3,497 is “too expensive” for an Internet Marketing program, I would say YES. If you were asking whether putting $3,497 towards ASM is too expensive, I would say NO – as long as you use it.
Pick a product, order a 10–100 depending on the cost/ your budget and the minimum order quantity (MOQ) of your manufacturer, send the product to Amazon, market it and move on from there. Keep the momentum going If it works order more if it doesn’t move on and try something else. The key is to keep moving forward.
Or in what categories will people give a chance to a less expensive alternative? Me personally (Philips) I have shelled out enough money on Sonicare and Clarisonic that I’d roll the dice on a less expensive competitor, if it was just as good.
So here is why people are often unsure and often reluctant to buy the course, it costs a hefty $4997. Yep that’s right $4997! However, they do give you a 30 day money back guarantee. Last year I was so sceptical about the whole thing that I bought the course, refunded it and the bought it again. So I can for a fact tell you that they uphold there 30 day money back guarantee.
3) This is all based on the premise that being found in the SERPS will be a major factor in Amazon sales. I don’t know, but I don’t find many Amazon products by looking in the SERPS. I just go to amazon and type in the product name.
Like I taught in my free presentation, finding the product and supplier is not that hard. The toughest part and where specific training from a proven seller can help is getting your product ranked on page 1 and top 3.
Again, this is only available for 30 people, as that is all I can take on at the moment. If you decide to wait and order late, then there might not be any spots open for the bonus, so make sure to act as soon as you can.
This podcast to me is a must to any new seller trying to get started. There are details spoken here you just don’t hear unless you pay someone. If you search a different topic within his podcast or on… Google (along with “theamazingseller” you can find the answer to most anything. See More
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”.
Pizza was a jim cockrum proven amazon course example and even after reading it three times, I’m not really sure of the point you tried to make with your comment. If your point was that no one can trademark or patent “pizza”, agreed. Trademarks cannot be “merely descriptive” (a legal term).