Continue, BayKing, people need to hear the truth. Please continue, tell us more. Elaborate. You should also contact the hundreds of people who left positive feedback about me (start on this page). Enlighten them how I have totally fooled them. Write away, please spend lots of time on this.
So too often, people give someone credit for the ENTIRE success instead of the courses ability to deliver above the benchmark. The benchmark in this case is the free information that is readily available.
Matt Clark & Jason KatzenbackA serial entrepreneur transformed investor, Matt is driven by the suggestion that you do not have to place your household or your future at risk to start as well as run an effective business. A grad of the # 1-ranked undergraduate entrepreneurship program in the United States, the Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Houston, Matt graduated summa cum laude with a double major in financing as well as entrepreneurship.
But as long as I do it correctly, It should work! But I also have no problem breaking even and getting a great learning experience in the process if it did not work on the first go around. Then I would just tray again.
You won’t find a step-by-step process with live examples this detailed anywhere else. You get live examples of what’s working, what’s NOT working, and why EVERY SINGLE STEP in the process is done that particular way.
Now I see somebody finally paining True picture here.! Happens to me all the time, Gang of “competition” keeps lowering prices, more likely buy some software, and cutting off any possible profit, and it’s almost funny, as I take product from not only Wholesaler but I’m actually taking Closeout priced Items, So Unless they get source of Stolen goods, no way they can get it any cheaper than that. What is the point for such behavior? Not sure.
How so? Because I recommended a business carry the proper insurance. You price that insurance out based on selling umbrellas and selling supplements and, when the prices come back, you can tell me that supplements carry the same amount of risk.
And there’s amazon itself, which is where the real problem is. Your store isn’t really yours; your listings aren’t yours and “your” customers aren’t your customers. In addition, Amazon can shut you down at a moment’s notice and all your hard work + inventory are now worth close to nothing. That is far too much risk for any business owner that wants to rely on their online business for steady income. Invest the same amount of money and effort into your own niche store (e.g. Shopify or BigCommerce) using a dropshipping approach
ASM seems like it teaches the same things as far as titles, description, keywords, getting reviews, using youtube all to get your item ranked higher. But they do go on and say how SEO, etc. will do nothing for you. I do not know if this is true?
I have been running an amazon business more or less “the ASM way” for some years now. I actually started before Matt and Jason did, but their marketing learning curve has been way faster than mine. Still, my business did roughly than 5.5 million in Amazon.com PL sales last year, and I´ll beat that this year by 25-50% if nothing strange happens (but it often does, see below).
1- supplements are replenishable. Someone else mentioned is selling kitchen measuring spoons. You buy those once. Maybe once every few years. You replenish supplements anywhere from 14-90 days depending on what it is.
There are so many advantages in life when you get the opportunity to learn from someone who has been where you intend to go. Would you take the time to startup freedom club reviews from ecommerce sellers who started out and went on to success? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott presents lessons and insights from eight of his students from the Private Label ……
Maybe not skin but certainly time invested, Ryan. Every precious minute (no, hours) you invest in this is a victory for me. Click on the youtube button to the left and find more of my videos for you to critique, please (this is all the same topic, nothing’s changed!). As I cheerfully invest mere seconds in responding to you, continue investing (cumulatively) hours in viewing, poking holes and responding! Go ahead (*Everyone* is watching us here), make it go viral! (Invest your time, invest your time, invest your time, invest…)
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Everyone has to figure this out for themselves…I spent much more than the cost of a ASM on something Jim recommended and I ended up being so pissed off because I thought it was terrible. I respect him a lot, but it just didn’t work for me. ASM on the other hand did work for me, but it might not for you. There will be no way to know in advance, so you’ve got to do your best to figure it out and at least be comfortable with the return policy just in case.
(Just a heads up – we also offer a daily, members-only list of products to source online from 30 different “big brand” merchants. We might recommend it a few times throughout, but the entire guide is of course 100% free and a subscription is not required to read any part of it.)
Austin Brawner is the host of the Ecommerce Influence Podcast and Chief Fixer at Brand Growth Experts. He’s a sought after email marketing consultant, and popular speaker on marketing for ecommerce and business
Let’s invent a fictitious company. Let’s call it… Azzurent. Azzurent is similar to Walmart – lots of branches, lots of general, cheap products, and a steady, healthy flow of customers to each and every branch 24/7/365.