YES! The first one skipped over FBA which was vital to really making Amazon work. This one goes into private labeling, which just makes them seem like they intentionally hold back good stuff because how could they have launched that course last year and NOT have gone into detail about FBA or private labeling? It’s not like that just NOW became a competitive advantage.
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It’d be hard to do that without giving anything away, but I’d say you benefit from collective knowledge. Someone comes up with an interesting idea, then others build on it. These ideas get tested by multiple people and you end up with pretty good evidence of what works and what doesn’t.
My opinion is that a lot of ASMers probably just go to Alibaba and buy sleep masks and call it “Sleep Mask by JoePublic” and try to market it. As a result, there are millions of sleep masks sold by private label sellers. On the flip side, someone that is smart will look at a product that has competitors (but not too many), get the product, and then make improvements on what people don’t like.
Hi Jim, I bought your Proven Amazon Course yesterday and am almost through the Silent Sales Machine book already. I echo the same sentiments. I am very impressed with your sound techniques and integrity and I’m very excited about your course. Thanks, Joe
what i found with ASM is that its a fully comprehensive guide and walk through of everything you need form starting out to choosing products and getting them up on amazon with a full software suite of tools to help promote and get your products out there to go viral to be seen. setting up any business online takes hard work and money but your building a real business from the ground up its not overnight success its a real business that takes time and effort and often people overlook that
And at least with Skip’s program, you can read about it, gain the knowledge, assess whether selling on Amazon is right for you or not without risking 4-5K dollars on a program that may not do you any good.
Whats funny what happen to testimonial from people who have actually made money using what they teach that is how launches and products used to go … But these guys have you trained to BUY BUY BUY …
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The ASM Mentors. These are EXPERTS who started off JUST LIKE YOU, as ASM Students. They’re all VERY succesfull with their businesses, and are here to help YOU with every question you have along the way.
The “copy-paste just follow the system”-days are maybe not over just yet, but they should be soon. Time will tell how long ASM works for hard working people with limited resources who only follow the program with 100% devotion. Maybe two more ASM courses in the current format is my guess. After that they will need to come up with something new, maybe earlier than that.
In the end, my opinion is nothing more than words on a page, and I fully respect anyone’s right to disagree with me. You’re making an offer on a public forum, so much of the goal with my questions to you is really just to encourage full transparency so readers can make an informed decision. It’s your choice to answer those questions with as much, or as little detail as you’d like.