The first thing I noticed after joining ASM was that their private Facebook communities were like nothing I had seen before. It was like having 3,000 friends encouraging and helping you on a daily basis. Actually, you would get help in seconds! Sometimes when I had a question, I asked the Facebook ASM group and within a few moments, I would hear that familiar ping of the Facebook notification, alerting me that someone had answered the question I had asked a second ago! It was like magic. The quality of support there is overwhelming. Normally people quit programs because they have to do everything themselves and cannot expect much help from anybody.
But once I really dug into the Proven Amazon Course, and saw some of the Amazon FBA success stories that Jim Cockrum highlighted, I realized that it’s now time to take my product-sourcing knowledge and apply it to Amazon FBA.
I purchased this program back in March and after spending several months on research, identifying products, and interacting with manufacturers, came to the conclusion that not all that glitters is gold. Don’t get me wrong, the program does offer some good information, but it really glosses over the amount of additional cost that it takes to get anything off the ground. The tutorials offered are not detailed enough to warrant the high price. I am now trying to figure out a way to obtain at least a partial refund from them. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
I agree with your analysis. I ran the numbers on what they were telling us to do and came up with 20,000 Amazon products at most to make the first two criteria cuts. Then there are several other important factors which will knock that 20,000 down again. Now add a course with possibly 2,000 highly motivated people (having spent $3497) who are all looking for the ONE big money product, and how many of the 2000 will come up with one? Sure, out of 2000 starters, a few will land a big one, “proving” the course. But I doubt that even 20 will land a big one, and that’s less than 1%. A post above mentioned that some beta testers did very well. I’ve not seen one single mention about the percentage of people in the beta test who even made back their investment. If it were my course, I would be recognizing the success of those who performed well. Sometimes the lack of evidence is evidence itself.
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
“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 Amazing Selling Machine (ASM8) co-founder by Matt Clark and Jason Katzenback is an eCommerce training program and course teaching people how to build real and http://suratkhabar.com/news/amazing-selling-machine-course-evergreen-launch-2018-start-an-ecommerce-business/0045744/ online businesses selling physical products by leveraging the power of Amazon FBA business.ASM course teaches every aspect of eCommerce from A to Z with amazing result and testimonies from the students.
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.
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So there is a market void just created, in my opinion, that says Experienced FBA sellers want to learn more about Private Labeling. If any of you experienced guys fill that void with a book or something more reasonable, I’m in.
I hope this helps those that are thinking about creating an online business in affilaite marketing or importation. And friends, you don’t need the Amazing Selling Machine to make your dreams happen. Unless you have 5K dollars burning a whole in your pocket 😉
So I have no product in inventory and it looks like it will be another week before I am up and running. I will go ahead and post another review in 30 days that should be more helpful with some real stats and figures, but here are a couple more things I have learned since the last review….I’ll keep you updated sooner if things change before the 30 days.