Just like the title says, this module walks you through how to set up your business with Amazon Seller Central account. In addition, it walks you through how to do the proper analysis to choose the product that will sell on Amazon.
The real key is to make a unique product possibly get it patented and sell by the boatloads, SEE GRIPMASTER, no one else makes the exact same product, so they have no direct competition. I do well on ebay, and sell semi-custom items, I would like to expand hence my interest in ASM.
Scott, thanks for doing this podcast. Anytime I’m feeling overwhelmed about something in this journey, I consistently find an episode that resolves that issue. Scott and his guests seem like normal/relatable people that are chasing the dream.
This bonus and their guarantee truly ARE worth the peace of mind you get for this epic training by Matt and Jason. I want you to be succesfull in this, so take the time and learn the system, buy your products, build your business, and understand the hype behind ASM IS warranted. 🙂
What are the components of a successful product launch? What does it look like step by step to set up a product listing and position it for the best possible results? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear from Scott and Chris as they dive deep into what sellers like you need to focus on so your first product listing goes off withou ……
But to answer your question, way to pick the most ridiculous example possible and paint the entire process with a broad brush. Maybe you can’t sell TVs as private label, but just go ahead an pick the other 99% of things on Amazon and do it private label. Just because something is a “brand”, doesn’t mean it’s a “brand name” to the general public. There are tons of products that are sold through big boxes, but nobody associates “Product x” with their name.
It seems to me that there is plenty of information on Amazon on FBA and on YouTube that an entrepreneur can use to start a successful selling campaign on the Amazon website. Now there are very expensive (e.g. ASM) and very cheap (e.g. PAC) courses that tell you more or less the samething on what you need to to do but at the end of the day it is all to do with you, in terms of affordability, your appitude to apply available information, the amount of hand-holding you need, your accountability to someone more successful doing it and just your ability to becoming focused and getting on with it. My main concern is the vast majority of people who embark on these courses will fail no matter how expensive their course was, or how much information and help they were given. Generally it is all to do with attitudes and your ability to face and overcome obstacles you will inevitably run into along the road. Success has a price that all must pay. The elusive free lunch of doing nothing and expecting a good return doesn’t exist per se!
I have to agree with the quality of Jim’s PAC course. It’s one of the few courses I’d feel comfortable recommending. I bought it at the sale price and have been slowly working through the ton of information that comes with it. My main business is offline so I bought it as a possible way for me to diversify. I was pleasantly surprised, it really opened my eyes to how to solve the shipping issue that plagued me when I used to run myself ragged on ebay years ago.
Not saying the marketing aspects are not SUPER important, but they are relatively easy and cheap to get learn and get done. Basically you just do what ASM teaches you. Most of it common sense that surprisingly few sellers understood this just 1-2 years ago.
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!
Don’t get me wrong. I’m not saying they aren’t – but it certainly did take up a great deal of the webinar time in two different spots. I’ve purchased from Jason Katzenback (w/Jason Potash) before and he did excellent video tutorials and I believe he has a very good reputation. I do not know Matt Clark.
4). The content is structured in an efficient way, meaning that they aren’t all over the place in teaching how to do this to the point of confusing people. They teach the basics first, then move on to the more advanced stuff in the proper order. Very important to help people understand how to do this business.
As far as I know Amazon seller accounts are in general not transferable, while in theory you could http://markets.financialcontent.com/gatehouse.sjr/news/read/35644596 your brand and any external ecommerce websites etc I think selling the Amazon account and everything associated with it, product listing, history, reviews etc, which would be 90% of the business value, is not allowed… yes I know, a bummer
As previously stated, it took me a little longer than normal to get my product up and running. I’ve only been live for about a month now, maybe a little less. It looks like I’m going to make about $500 my first month in net profits. Nothing to write home about but that can’t really be blamed on the system.