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CleanBIG AMAZON NEWS – Major Review Announcement and What it Means for Sellers (First Thoughts) There’s big news this morning (10/4/2016) from Amazon about their reviews policy. – I wanted to quickly shoot an episode your way to give you my first thoughts about what this means for you as an Amazon private label seller. – 10/4/2016 Free View in iTunes

1. There are numerous sourcing strategies in the ‘Proven Amazon Course’. We have multiple students who are doing thousands in sales daily using a variety of strategies. Originally the PAC course was primarily about “arbitrage”, but now we have students buying crates from China, buying huge liquidation lots, importing globally, partnering with large corporations for inventory, finding hot sellers at trade shows (that they don’t even have to attend), white labeling successfully using our course etc. I could go on.

Personally, I’d watch all their free videos, listen to Ryan Moran’s podcast for inspiration, and do it yourself (even though Moran recommends ASM, it’s not necessary…he needs to pay the bills). I can’t imagine spending $3500 and then another x amount testing out a product.

Note: This bonus will be delivered via our ASM Masters members area, which you will receive access to via email within 72 hours of your purchase. Since this bonus is still so new, we’re working out the dates of the skip mcgrath review training as we speak. As soon as we know, we’ll let you know!

And if they are selling supplements, that really says a lot. I take product sales advice from supplement sellers much differently because that market is very different and has some particularities that don’t really exist in most other product markets. Let me just lay some of them out for people who do not know so they have context:

Jim, I’m a successful student of yours with a high-6-digit income thanks to some of your teachings (and, lest anyone think I’m biased: Jim will attest that I think couple of his non-PAC offerings/endorsements – that are off topic here – are overpriced and not worth it). Anyway, there are hundreds other successful students of Jim I’ve personally witnessed (those who spent $5 to $500.00 on his books/courses/etc.)

The Microbe Academy for Professional Development (MAPD) will be held prior to ASM Microbe on Wednesday, June 6 – Thursday, June 7, 2018. The academy is designed to equip community college, undergraduate, post baccalaureate and graduate students in the microbial sciences with skills needed to:

This thread has been a great source if information. After doing much evaluation and research it looks to me like Jim Cockrum’s Proven Amazon Course has a solid reputation and track record and is updated with new things all the time and has a huge private online community with a lot of stuff to help you out.

– I ask my china contact to use their shipping company of choice (in my case FedEx) cost me $1500 from china to UK! {5days I opted for though) you can go cheapo and do 30 days (I’m still in for £3 profit per item after all fee’s)

I’d love to get some elaboration on the term “generic” used here and elsewhere. Are these branded items? A few examples would be great (no need to use real-world examples in order to project your products).

Scott is the real deal. Whether you’re just starting out or an e-commerce veteran, this podcast is a MUST! I discovered The Amazing Seller at about the $45-50k/month mark, and I had been really struggling to break through a plateau. Scott helped me to reach a new level, and I am on track for $1M by year end. But even if you’re brand new to e-commerce, Scott makes his valuable content easy to understand and valuable for all skill and experience levels. I’m a TAS’er for life.

I’ve listened to a lot of them and Scott’s is the best fit for me and my business. From the guests (Chris, the Candy Man, Greg Mercer, etc.), to the questions in the Ask Scott sessions, to the explanations in Terms of Service changes, I get a ton of useful content multiple times per week! Thanks Scott!

Having said all that, the opportunities are ripe. In most good categories, there aren’t that many products with 10+ reviews. You could be the “brand” name product with just a little marketing push. Reviews=Sales on Amazon.

For Business Startups looking to brush up on their How to Start an Online Business and Sell on Amazon expertise, Bookalicious.org is offering a free training session on 10th – 31st of January 2018. The training will be held online and will take two and half hours.

Are you ready to jump into the very first Ask Scott Session of 2018? Kick off the New Year on the right foot with all the motivation and inspiration you need to push ahead as you build your thriving ecommerce business! On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear Scott share his thoughts on the need to focus and commit this new year to Ta ……

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.

Wow, I thought this thread was dead, I was wrong. @shabit87, I hear you, I had the same thoughts too. But you have one thing over me, I didnt have any experience on PL that sort of thing. It is trial n error, I know a lot of people would say its my money, I want a home run, or will I make my money back. The truth is, yes you will make your money back, however if one has a dud product it would take much longer to get your investment back. Which is why I only invest 50 – 100 units to test the water. With a lot of planning I have only had one dud product which is selling 1 – 2 a day. Your research is very important not only on Amazon but on google.

Are you sure your primary image performs best? How do you know your pricing is correct? Maybe you should reduce the price a little bit to increase conversions, without eating into your profit margin. Or maybe you should increase your prices. Unless you test, you just don’t know.


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