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ASM is NOT for the lazy or those who want everything “done for them”, but the training and the support from the Amazing Mentors is TRULY second to none. You’re going to spend quite a bit of time digesting the content, and putting what you learn into action – but the results are worth the effort!

Walmart is in the business of moving inventory quickly. The sales of a single store per day are absolutely absurd – some of the busier branches easily hit seven figures in revenue per day. Just FYI, Walmart has over 10,000 stores internationally. Imagine that…

I look at it this way. I drop ship items. I can sell them on a site along with my supplier that has a lower price. Also along with multiple other sellers. I sold a mattress pad at about a $10 profit 37 times last month along with about 20 other sellers, including the supplier that has a much lower price.

You’ll learn things such as the difference between amazon marketplaces, setting up payment accounts, 7 elements of a hot product opportunity, Amazon’s MOST profitable Categories, products to AVOID, and a ton more! (For example, cheaper products aren’t always better, but they CAN be – depending on the category of amazon listing)

If the $4k was not an issue for me at this point, I would have joined. With all the promotional videos and pdf’s they did, it gave out alot of information and outlined the approach to their success. I decided to test the waters without the course and use the information already freely available in this forum and their promotional videos. Giving myself a deadline of choosing a product and finding a supplier by end of the month. Whether I have success or not using their Private Labeling method on my own, I will still join their next ASM course (if available); which hopefully by then, the $4k would not be an issue for me. Nothing ventured, nothing gained…

Go a mile wide and an inch deep in your product selection b/c just like we all learned on eBay 10 years ago…there may not be competition today or tomorrow for your “hot niche”, but the competition IS coming and eBay (now amazon) WILL not protect you from being the easy target that you are if you are making a killing…if anything it’s in Amazon’s best interest to keep you guessing and send new competitors your way.

For those of you that have been around long enough, around 8 years ago Stompernet was launched with an annual membership price of close to $10K. At least with that, you were tackling something that was a little tough to navigate on your own. Sourcing products, building an e-commerce site, email marketing, analytics, testing, etc.

I’m glad panorama saved me the trouble of having to correct all the errors in milla04 post, but it all just shows the point I made previously, that after fee’s, product and shipping costs you are lucky if you are going to make a net profit of $10 per unit on a typical ASM product priced at $25-30.

However, when you’ve looked into a number of programs like I have and you understand how to sell on Amazon and eBay, how to drop-ship and use Amazons Fulfillment Center, I think it becomes obvious that the education that the Amazing Selling Machine is charging for their program can be found for a much better price.

You will also get access to an exclusive Facebook Mastermind Group that I’ve set up, where you can interact with myself and other internet marketers to get your questions answered, network with other successful Amazon sellers, and have others to hold you accountable.

After that, you will learn the right way of creating your first product listing while you’re waiting for the inventory to arrive. You will learn things like finding the right keywords, copywriting for your listing page, creating images, & all other listing components.

What did I do? I started searching for Amazing Selling Machine reviews, Jason Katzenback reviews and Matt Clark reviews – like you’re probably doing right now! After all that is basic common sense before spending such a considerable sum. To be honest, I did not find anything compelling. The crowd-sourced opinions were mixed at best and certainly gave me no confidence to part with about $4000.

CleanTAS 434: (Troubleshooting Session) WHY List building isn’t performing Good and is Expensive What do you do when you are trying to build an email list with a giveaway but you don’t get the numbers you’d expect? Should you just accept that situation or can you make changes to your approach to improve the numbers? 11/6/2017 Free View in iTunes

Ok, I looked through the Proven Amazon Course mentioned above and it does cover the FBA basics and seems good. Much of the content was done in a couple years ago. It covers a lot about selling books through Amazon FBA and the strategy of finding cheap clearance items at local Walmart/target …I didn’t see anywhere where it shows you how to remove yourself from the process of having to package,label, and ship your products to Amazon FBA. to.

In the sales video Matt will say that there are people in ASM that have had products they have been trying to sell for years and their sales took off after getting ASM. That sounds great but is very misleading, these people already have a product.

Because the price of ASM is absurd i was looking for any help on Amazon and Alibaba. Then I remembered I bought Importing Fortunes many years back but can’t access the site anymore. That’s when i decided to make a search on a review on the product. I landed on your site and read your review. Made good sense.

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