My overall view, is the course worth getting? Yes! I believe that anyone can make some money from this and if you want to start up your own business and follow an entrepreneurial route then this is a great way to start. Who has to say you only sell your product to Amazon? To see the best results it will require some ingenuity. For example being creative in how you sell your product to gain customers selling on amazon reviews increase sales. Do I believe this course could be life changing? Yes!
I refunded from ASM this weekend, content was horrible, I had a number of concerns about the course that I won’t go into but I feel very glad that I refunded, I’m still going 100% on the business model but won’t be paying $3497 for a course which does not even cover all the main points in detail
based on my journey and another member who has absolute zero experience with FBA private labeling. I think I have been doing ok for the 4 months in this business. I have been making $200 on avg a day profit, plenty of room to build on this with more products, I currently have 1 selling ok, and just added another one within the last few days.
I did find it strange that Amazon Selling Machine didn’t have any testimonials and results shown from their “Beta” testers ? (They said it was legal stuff but any product owner can just have the standard disclaimers to take care of that like “These results are not guaranteed and are not typical” and show testimonials of their success stories.) The price is certainly steep but I guess people pay those numbers easily for high level mentoring and masterminds so if the quality of people in it are high then there is value there. I guess the big question if if it really is “exclusive” and won’t reopen again.
I’m going to take you from the VERY beginning of my Amazing Selling Machine journey, because I started from zero. Yes, today I do about $500,000 per month on Amazon, but I started off making about two sales a day. Yes, I started at zero, and you will too.
English for Work is primarily for individuals looking to teach. For now, English for Work is about the Diploma in TESOL provided by the LTTC (London Teachers Training College) which provides a TESOL diploma that is internationally recognisable.
I’ve built a good business that I’m damn proud of because of ASM. I’ve made some money doing Internet Marketing, but I could never really say I was proud of building affiliate sites. This is on top of the fact that my business has real enterprise value.
The one that signed me up was able to walk through some technical questions I had during the process, but I am assuming this is supposed to combat the ASM launch. I don’t know, but a rep only becomes important when you’re close to sending some stuff into the warehouse.
I have been listening to this podcast (eight hours a day while sitting in my cubicle at work) for weeks now. Like many people, my goal is to get out of the cubicle and live a life of freedom. Well, I had heard of this whole FBA “Private Label” business before, but as soon as I started listening to Scott’s show I has HOOKED. Never boring, always insightful, and extremely motivating. Thanks for all you do, Scott.
When ASM has annual meetings, this one group always stands out. They’re the most enthusiastic members of all, and usually they’re very proud that they’re in this group because they’re the most successful ones. They have some secret software that others can only dream of, and they have access to the most advanced training. In short, they’re way ahead of everybody else.
However, when you’ve looked into a number of programs like I have and you understand how to sell on Amazon and eBay, how to drop-ship and use Amazons Fulfillment Center, I think it becomes obvious that the education that the Amazing Selling Machine is charging for their program can be found for a much better price.
Now once you have that product that has 100+ reviews averaging 4.5 or 5 stars, then you can really start pouring it on. But I suspect that most people don’t have the mix of skills to actually get them to that place.
I have been following this thread since last year when I was interested to sell on Amazon FBA. I’m from a country in Europe which is allowed to sell on Amazon. I was wondering if someone who bought the ASM course could give me some tips how to start selling on Amazon FBA from a country outside US. Do I have to register a company in US or not? Can I buy products from China and have them sent to Amazon FBA (while I’m personally located in Europe) ?