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This course demonstrates the importance of data management in precision agriculture including data sources, acquisition, analysis and interpretation. Sources include yield monitoring, imagery, soil and crop sensors and machine performance through telemetry. Storage, display, mapping and data use. 3 lectures. {Also offered for undergraduate credit – See ASM 455.}.

However, in 2011, Google decided to ban all 800,000 Adwords accounts. Most Internet Marketers were banned forever from their platform overnight. So was I. After making $70,000 a month, month after month, my profits went to ZERO! Isn’t that a swift kick in the shorts?

Since I could not advertise any longer, I tried to resurrect my business using SEO in Google. Slowly I started to make money again. I began to relax. Then, all of a sudden, the “Big G” (Google) started the “Google Dance” again… and they pulled the rug out from under me by changing their algorithms again and again. As Google continued to improve their search engine, ranking high was harder than nailing pudding to a tree.

Ditto with this amazon stuff. People think it’s easier to go through a course, go to a bunch of seminars, and spend a bunch of time in forums “learning”. This won’t aide in your success, it’ll just be another social hangout.

It’s the question that weighs on the minds of many small business owners, “When do I draw a salary or profit?” If you aren’t asking yourself this question, it’s only a matter of time before you do. What’s the answer? What is a good rule of thumb to go by so you don’t hurt your business prematurely? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott g ……

Thanks for all your input, can you give a ball park number on what you are spending to get a product ordered and shipped to Amazon, along with the time frame once the order is placed with the wholesaler. I know every product is different in price, I am looking at what additional capital might be needed.

I have always been interested in online business and creating something that allows me the freedom to do what I like, when I like. However, I never really knew where to get started and what’s more I didn’t have the confidence to follow through on my ideas.

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I will just be starting on the program, so I will post results within few months. Super excited about this opportunity. I like WA a lot and already have some good progress with it, but ASM is another opportunity that allows you to have your own products and be a direct seller. 

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That’s very true. Of the 1500+ members, I don’t know how many of them are making any money… I’m just sharing my experience to show what’s possible, which is not necessarily what the average person can expect. For what it’s worth, though, daily profit is now much higher than what I mentioned in my July 5th post.

2) Yes, people are absolutely having success importing from China. I source mine from the US, but it’s not easy to find a product that works. Importing from the US is definitely simpler if you can get it done, but I wouldn’t be afraid to source from China. I’ve seen a couple of stories about people getting screwed, but not many. There are certain things you can do to make sure you’re working with a reputable supplier and minimize your risks. From what I can tell on the forums, people seem to have had pretty good experiences.

And regarding your examples that you laid out, it’s always easier when we’re just speaking in hypotheticals I guess it depends on how you define your margins. Some people saying “My gross margins are 66% because I buy it for $10 and sell it for $30 on Amazon” while others will define their gross margins by 33% because they deduct the Amazon fees and transportation costs associated with selling it. The latter is more accurate in my opinion.

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.

There’s Anthony, who was working three jobs to make ends meet when he joined The Tribe. Anthony didn’t have much going for him, except for a burning desire to succeed. Anthony had some bumps and bruises along the way, and success took longer than he expected. But after fighting through the challenges, Anthony had a business doing $30,000 per month. But more importantly, he had several clients that he was helping with their marketing, and making six figures on the side! Anthony has since quit all three jobs and is now a full-time entrepreneur.

As far as the mention of them using their tools to steal your information and promote your products themselves, I don’t see that happening. The reason is because their tools only allow you to promote a specific product on Amazon and get it ranked well. They have no idea if that product is actually selling well as that information is not recorded or tracked in the tools. They would be taking a huge risk by just randomly selecting products that are in the system being promoted not knowing if they are selling at all. It would be like throwing darts at a board of products. They obviously are doing well choosing their own products to promote.

I used to wonder the same thing, and if you read very early on in this thread, you’ll see that I was critical of the course for that reason. I changed my mind pretty quickly when money started to roll in.

Does a turnkey Fulfilled By Amazon (FBA) business appeal to you? Whether you are looking to expand your reach or if you want to get started selling on the ecommerce marketplace by purchasing a business, there are a few things you need to consider

So, with this info, let’s say one *good* product can earn $20,000 per month in profit. That’s $240,000 in profit PER YEAR for every good product. Now, let’s assume each member of Amazing Selling Machine provides $1,000 in (one-time) profit to them after affiliate commissions and other costs.

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Joe, you should know that whatever business you put up, online or offline, it’s going to take work to make it successful. Most people don’t care about importing, what we’re really talking about is making money. Plain and simple.

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Just to chime in now that this thread has popped back up, I would echo a couple comments…namely 1) It will take more money than you think to get started 2) It’s harder than you think 3) Amazon can nuke your business without notice.

2. It makes sense to me. I own two brick and mortar businesses in two small towns in Florida, not major cities. Our primary business is personal services but we also sell about $15,000 a month in retail products combined between the two locations. If I am targeting the entire U.S. with my product line instead of two small cities and my current client base, it makes sense that I should be able to make at least twice that per month and not have to pay the overhead I have to pay with my locations such as employee wages, rent, utilities, etc. It will be almost all profit.

If you haven’t already, be sure to check this free video from the creators of ASM which covers how to pick the right product to sell on Amazon. They then my silent sales machine how to build and scale an Amazon business to $100,000 per month.

I am not saying these tools are the best in the business, far from it. However, it does the job to get people making money VERY QUICKLY. Once you are making money (if you started the program on a budget) then move to other tools outside of ASM. When I got the course, to be fair I WASNT a BIG fan of the tools. But my wallet could only stretch to the course and inventory. now I have capital, I only use certain ASM tools for a few matters, everything else is outside paid tools.

Your product arrives at Amazon’s warehouse, and your item is for sale under the official brand sales page on Amazon. This is important – you are an independent seller, but you get to harness the power of the official brand page’s advertising and traffic.

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i get that but when attacked , i give as good as im getting….fairs fair, if its ok for people to attack others integrity i will have my bit too. not happy to take a slandering and attack and lie down and let people walk all over me…i have a sayinf if you cant take the crap dont give it