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Update (Mar 2016): Just filed my income tax and it’s the highest I have ever paid – thanks to the income I now make as an entrepreneur that all started with PAC! I also paid down my mortgage  by $60,000  and paid for a brand new vehicle in cash (if you know anything about vehicle prices in Singapore, then you know that’s a substantial amount).

For the person that best amazon selling course if I was private labeling, yes that is what I am doing and what the course teaches. If you sell someone else’s product, you will be at the mercy of a price war and your profit margins will be extremely limited, so I only recommend going the private labeling route because you are the only seller and can dictate your price and profit margins without someone undercutting you.

CleanTAS 249 : 7 Steps to Building a BRAND and Taking Over The Market If you’re going to build a business you really need to think long-term. One product can’t sell on a sustained basis – you need related and sibling products that can fill in the gaps of what people who use that product need on a regular basis. 8/31/2016 Free View in iTunes

Amazing Selling Machine 8 shows you how to build a highly profitable business selling your own brand of physical products by leveraging the power of Amazon. It teaches you the entire process, step by step, including:

“This is the most comprehensive, creative and up to date “selling on Amazon” course in the world supported by the largest team of successful Amazon selling moderators. Our active, professionally moderated discussion forums are there for one reason — to make sure you have the help you need when you need it.”

CleanTAS 236 – How to Create Custom Packaging to Increase Value for Your Products (Real Example) Once you get started doing private label sales on Amazon and other platforms you need to understand the importance of how you present your products and brand to those who are considering a purchase from you. That means packaging is a big deal. 8/1/2016 Free View in iTunes

I am in many nitches and only followed partially what Matt and Jason preached in the ASM Course. I quit my day job and sell on Amazon full time. I started with Retail Arbitrage and wholesale to get into the game SUPER FAST. Now I am slowing selling off most of this stuff and replacing it with Private Label and New Wholesale Products as this is alot less work in the long run, and I control my products/listings. My most successful and profitable products are Private Label and some Wholesale. There is SOO much information in the course that I haven’t even done half of it, or used their tools yet. I’m still working up to that while still managing my inventory.

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…

The people talking about ASM remind me, very much, of the Stompernet community. I joined in 2006 when the price was $797/month and the place was a vibrant community. Stomperenet was focused on e-commerce and, at that time, the information was EXTREMELY limited about how you start/grow a store. So in a situation like that, you can really learn a lot to get you off and running.

Having said that, no where in the course do they recommend buying or writing fake reviews. They instead teach a technique whereby you will get initial traffic and sales to the product, and then using techniques they teach, encourage the people who bought to review the purchase for you.

CleanTAS 370: Ask Scott Session #114  Product Approval – Open Brand vs Full Brand – Mixing Platforms – Product Selection Checklist Are you ready for another round of Ask Scott? As usual, Scott is fired up and ready to deliver another awesome episode! In an effort to provide even more value to the wonderful TAS community Scott likes to start these episodes with a thought of the wee. 6/9/2017 Free View in iTunes