And, although I will always do eBay because it’s an awesome source of buyer traffic, (especially for high-demand products, which is my niche) this Amazon FBA thing is a whole ‘nother animal that allows for scaling your business FAST. (like nothing I’ve seen so far)
I have been tracking the daily sales volume of the 3 products I will be selling on Amazon. Based on the volume they are selling, and I’m not using top ranked products, just average ones, if I just get them ranked equally as the final 30 days promises to show us, my projections have me profiting around $9000 per month. If I achieve a top ranking for each, this number would be significantly higher.
CleanTAS 271 : Ask Scott Session #82 – Your Online Business Questions It’s time for the next Friday episode of The Amazing Seller podcast – the “Ask Scott” episode where Scott Voelker, an experienced online business guy and Amazon seller answers listener questions. That means YOU can get in on the action by asking q 10/21/2016 Free View in iTunes
[They refused to answer a simple guestion from me. Given that this is not the first product launch, also given they have success stories splashed all over their site’s pages, I simply asked what percentage of their students have achieved success. I would also like to mention if your on their site and go below their success stories ; you will see a disclaimer stating many of their students have made little or no money. (their words not mine)(not mentioning of course, how many have lost money).]
Yes, the core Sourcing the RIGHT Products Wholesale to sell on Amazon course is all current material. The core course is 10 hours+ of step-by-step materials and I designed it so that people can start with the fundamentals and used the advanced materials as their business/skills grow.
In September 2013, I started receiving emails from every “guru” and his dog about the Amazing Selling Machine (ASM) by Jason Katzenback and Matt Clark (which is not surprising after I found out that about $2000 out of the $4000 price for ASM is paid out as affiliate commission to people who promote it). The promo videos were certainly well done and I was intrigued by the idea of creating and selling my own private label products on Amazon. I was ready to join in after going through the long series of sales pitch videos, then they dropped the price bombshell.
– setting up FBA is pretty hard at first I ended up using their import CSV and with my knowledge it still took 2-3 days to get it how they wanted it (overall took 2 weeks to get the data right and book it in with FBA UK) – you need to be patient at this stage most will give up I think.
Hi Janeiro, Amazing Selling Machine will open again on April 22. If you sign up my email list, you can start watching the pre-launch video from around April 13th. I heard the registration fee will go up, but I think it’s a small fee to pay compared with what you can make with it.
My goal with the PAC is to build the largest audience of successful Amazon sellers in the world by providing the most cutting edge strategies at a price anyone can afford, and then recruit & pay the “best” among us to constantly raise the bar for the rest of us – and that is exactly where my focus is with the PAC.
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I have a slightly different take on the topic of “getting ranked” on amazon. While I value the skill set you are willing to teach, I’m hearing from numerous sources that Amazon (much like google) is doing everything it can to avoid the manipulation of search results by sellers…and they are getting aggressive about it.
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What does it take to build a successful and thriving ecommerce brand? Is it possible for the average person to start an ecommerce business from the ground up or do you have to have prior experience in order to succeed? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear from Scott and Chris as they share the backstory of the new brand and where ……
CleanTAS 260 – 3 Things Millionaires and Billionaires Taught me about Choosing Good Products and Retail vs Online Sales One of the things Scott enjoys is learning from the successes of others. One of the ways he’s able to do that more effectively is to pass along what he’s learned by teaching you about it. Lately, he’s been learning quite a bit concerning retail VS o 9/26/2016 Free View in iTunes
And, to be perfectly frank, for very many they’d rather not tell the world about ASM (for fairly obvious reasons). Many are also annoyed that ASM3 is coming onto the market and there is a debate to be had about whether or not it can be ever again.
Let’s invent a fictitious company. Let’s call it… Azzurent. Azzurent is similar to Walmart – lots of branches, lots of general, cheap products, and a steady, healthy flow of customers to each and every branch 24/7/365.
You simply buy the products from China and store them in Amazon warehouse. This is a big plus considering some of the other programs out there centered on Amazon Affiliate Marketing where you have to first build up a broad customer base before you can actually start recommending products and seeing results.
You seem to know your stuff then. We have very different opinions of things. To give you an example, I am pretty sure you would against Snuke software as it is a spam too, yes and no. To someone who doesnt know how to build authority backlinks will say it doesnt work and its a spam.
CleanTAS 278 : How NEW Sellers Can Still Start on Amazon Even with Recent Review Changes with Jeff Cohen There’s been a lot of talk going on lately about whether or not Amazon is still a good or viable way for people to create an online business. Some people feel that crowded product markets and Amazon’s ability to change the selling platform at any ti 11/7/2016 Free View in iTunes
CleanTAS 232 : Ask Scott Session #69 – Your FBA Questions This episode of the Amazing Seller podcast is where Scott Voelker answers questions about Amazon private label sales and ecommerce. On this episode he’s addressing some pretty interesting questions. Should you try to compete directly with Amazon when 7/22/2016 Free View in iTunes
Before Amazon, you’d either have to sell the product in-person through Craigslist or flea markets, or, you could take your chances with a random online market like eBay. What makes Amazon so powerful is that when people need a product, they go there. There are almost always buyers on Amazon for your products that you obtain through retail arbitrage, and in later chapters, we’ll cover how to make sure that your product will fly off the shelves right after you ship it to Amazon FBA.
You will also be able to e-mail me once per month, with any further questions you might have from me and will receive a personal response from me for up to 6 months. This means that you can ensure that you’ll get all the feedback and personalized coaching that you need to be successful with the program.
The Private Label Podcast is a professionally run, and well-executed podcast. Kevin is a talented interviewer. He keeps the episodes on topic and asks the right questions to help give his listeners the answers they’re looking for. Newer sellers will love his Private Labeling for Dummies series, which is a great introduction to the industry.
CleanTAS 405: Weird Way I Found a NEW Market and Potential Products – Plus LIVE Research Video Do you ever get those random thoughts about improving a product or providing a solution that you are sure someone has already come up with? Sure you do! But do you take it one step further and investigate the potential profitability of those ideas? 8/30/2017 Free View in iTunes
This is a comprehensive, but concise guide to getting started with selling Private Label products on Amazon. Easy to follow and understand, Scott Voelker lays a solid foundation for launching your own Amazon business.
Graphic designer for label & logo & product images = $500 – I am pretty sure 99 designs are much less than that. I for one, used fiverr and worked out perfectly to start with. My cost $200 – Reason for this some fiverr peps were hit an miss.
It’s that time again! After last my silent sales machine off, another session of Ask Scott is back! Scott took last week off from the Ask Scott Sessions to continue his five-part series that spelled out a Private Label Roadmap. If you want to check out the roadmap, check out the “Start” link in the resources section at the end of this post. On this episode of The ……
FBA stands for Fulfilled By Amazon. In layman’s terms, this means that you ship an item to Amazon, Amazon then puts that item on the particular product’s listing, and if someone buys the item, you get the money. But you don’t do any of the shipping – you only have to ship it once to Amazon.
Critics of Jim forget about his generous money-back guarantee for PAC and other offerings (while simultaneously forgetting that much-higher-priced programs, with exponentially more risk, offer 30-days or less). Your offer for PAC is, thus, bulletproof.
My point was that buyers should be aware that the course isn’t perfect so you can’t expect to just blindly “follow the system”. You’ve got to use good judgement and common sense. You’ve also got to be aware of all the rules because you’re responsible for everything that happens with your account.
Since Amazing Selling Machine is being re-released one more time, we’re bringing back the Tribe for one last time. We’ll go through the course together, share secrets with one another, and meet up for dinner in Vegas at the conference (I’m buying).