CleanTAS 280 : Ask Scott Session #84 – Your Business Questions Fridays are one of Scott’s favorite days of the week because it’s the day that the Ask Scott session of the podcast hits the airwaves. These episodes are designed to do nothing more than help you get your answers about Amazon private label or e-comm 11/11/2016 Free View in iTunes
First, I apologize to those that posted questions asking me for answers. I don’t really check this thread frequently and didn’t subscribe to it because I already get way too many emails and don’t want to get distracted.
I was thinking about doing drop-shipping, but I don’t have that kind of money to throw away in hopes to make money in return, not to mention all the hassle that goes with it really turned me away, luckily enough I am like you and turned to Affiliate Marketing, I found a proven way to learn all I need to know about internet marketing & it’s simply the best decision I’ve made this year…
One of the problems with the ASM course is they started out suggesting you could sell an item for $7 and do well, obviously they had not done the math and quickly changed it to $9 after a few days, even at $9 Amazon are taking 42% in fee’s, after product and shipping costs you would be lucky to make 2 bucks net profit. It was clear to me that the guys promoting this were pretty much making things up as they went along
CleanTAS 411: How to BLOW UP your 4th Quarter Sales on Amazon + Future Growth What will it take to get your ecommerce business ahead of the competition especially as you approach the fourth quarter? Is there a process you can follow that will guide you on a trajectory of growth? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, 9/13/2017 Free View in iTunes
Chris WF was spot on. Don’t try to reinvent the wheel. It is a lot like IM or SEO, try to find something that already has demand and little competition and go after it. You have to spend some time looking but the product opportunities are definitely out there.
Episode Info: What does it take to get a Private Label business up and running on Amazon? How do you know the best practices that will lead to success and where to even start? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear from Scott as he starts the first of a five-part series on how TAS followers like you can get your start as a Private Label Seller. You don’t want to miss a minute of this episode where Scott and Chris talk about how to start a “Touch list,” how to pick a product category that you’ll succeed in, why starting on Amazon is the best option, and so much more! Make sure to have pen and paper ready! How to use a “Touch List” With so many options out there in the marketplace, where do you even start to pick a product you should start selling in your Private Label business? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear from Scott and Chris as they explain how starting a “Touch list” can help you come up with a starting point toward finding your first product. The guys describe the touch list as creating a list of items around you right now that you are touching and then branch out to the items around you within reach. This simple exercise will help you pay attention to an easy beginning point of everyday products that you could start selling in your ecommerce business. To hear the guys expand on this touch list and much more, make sure to listen to this helpful episode! Why Amazon is your best bet As prospective ecommerce sellers get ready to start their own small business, they often wonder if Amazon is the best channel to pour their time and energy into or if they should start selling on their own website first. On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott and Chris explain why they remain convinced that starting on Amazon is the best way to get things off the ground. According to Chris, Amazon is the best option because it is so much easier than creating and drawing traffic to your own website. You can also gage the marketplace on Amazon more effectively to validate which products you should start selling. Make sure to listen to this episode as Scott and Chris expand on the reasons why you should get started selling on Amazon! Just Get Started! What is holding you back from getting started on your journey toward owning a Private Label ecommerce business? Are you worried about getting all the details just right and removing all room for failure? If that’s the case, you’ll never start! Don’t let the prospect of failureRead more »
A badge system to help you keep track of all your accomplishments inside ASM. Not only does this build a sense of support and community, but it has proven to help members stay on track and reach their goals as quickly as possible.
I’m a coach for my son’s soccer team and the league has a saying that “the best teacher is the game itself”. In other words, you can study and do drills, but the way you get better is by just playing. brand builder bootcamp ryan moran review module just like the title says is all about outsourcing and scaling your business up. This teaches you how to outsource non-income producing activities so you can focus on income producing activities.
Take it a step further and go to camelcamelcamel.com. It’s a free resource. Copy the URL of the product page and pop it in. It will give you data history on the listing. You can see how long it’s been selling, the BSR over the course of time. Is it seasonal or is it steady all year round? You want to go after steady products. Avoid seasonal in the beginning. Also, make sure the seller has a track record. At least 6-8 months.
It does take a bit of time to get the ball rolling when you first start an online business, but once it gets rolling, it has a snow ball effect. Check out this post to see how long it takes to make money online with this approach.
I hardly ever leave podcast reviews, mostly because the one I hear aren’t all that good, but I just had to show my support to Scott in hopes he’ll continue with the podcast and sharing valuable information that sellers from a beginner to advanced level can appreciate. You won’t be dissapointed by his tidbits of knowledge and resources shared in each podcast. Looking forward to listening in the future!
Thank you for letting is know Rusty. What do you think of how they release the course gradually over 8 weeks? I would rather work at my own pace rather than stretch it out that long. Why are they doing this?
My thought is that they would just purchase the listing from the person because they would have done most of the work and they would just take it over and market it. Not sure though, because I didn’t go through the TOS. They were the #1 affiliate again. I just looked at the leader board.
CleanTAS 308 : What You NEED to Know about Sea Shipping and Freight Forwarding Probably the most intimidating thing about sourcing products for private label sales from an overseas supplier is the issue of shipping. There are all kinds of issues that you have to be aware of including export licenses, taxes, 1/16/2017 Free View in iTunes
There are a lot of courses out there and a lot of different business models. However, I believe Amazing Selling Machine is one of the easiest and most straightforward methods you can follow. With the massive growth that Amazon is experiencing and more and more customers turning to online shopping – now is the time to get involved.
Instead of offering you bonuses that will do you ZERO good and have nothing to do with the course like pre-built websites (why??) or even iPads (fun, but WON’T help with your business) – I have a few AMAZING bonuses that will 100% help you achieve better results with the course.
So there is a market void just created, in my opinion, that says Experienced FBA sellers want to learn more about Private Labeling. If any of you experienced guys fill that void with a book or something more reasonable, I’m in.
Amazing Selling Machine 8 is a step-by-step course that teach you how to build a profitable business on Amazon. The first launch of this product was in 2013. And now, it is developed with more advanced features. It comes with you as a complete packages containing 9 proprietary software, 8-week web classes, and the private community of Facebook.