Chris, it’s great to hear that you are now having big success selling on Amazon, I thought supplements had big profit margins, puzzled how your 1st 2 products produced such a big lose as you say that they will eventually sell out
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.
The training, content and support have been outstanding in my opinion. They were very detailed and actually moved a little slower than I would have preferred, but I understand some people are brand new to business and need that.
My Recommendation / If you have the money and want to consistent, high-quality training and support to launch an FBA business, Amazing Selling Machine is hard to pass up. The newly added 6-month guarantee helps alleviate some of the pressures of the high price tag and has pushed ASM into a solid buy rating from I’ve Tried That.
CleanTAS 463: (Ask Scott #143) Timing Product Launches – Alibaba Ripping Me OFF – Using Old Account for NEW Brand Are you excited about the direction of your business? Do you feel like you have all the tools and lessons you need to go out there and build a thriving ecommerce brand? If you need that extra push to keep going and continue firing on cylinders, 1/12/2018 Free View in iTunes
CleanTAS 431: The Proven Plan to WIN Customers for LIFE and Help Grow Your Business Forever What does it take to secure and build off of a loyal customer base? How can sellers like you gain traction and develop a solid positive reputation? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear from Scott as he shares several stories that will he 10/30/2017 Free View in iTunes
Today Scott Voelker, the Amazing Seller and a personal mentor joins the show and we go deep on Amazon exits, the future of FBA, how to build and grow better Amazon businesses, the power of investing in private label and so much more. This episodes full of actionable awesomeness to propel you as an FBA seller to ALLSTAR status. Don’t MISS Out.
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“The 3 Split Test Ideas That Can Increase Amazon Profits Immediately”: This outlines 3 elements of your listing that you can test immediately, with a step by step guide on running your tests properly.
Good point as well about Amazing Selling Machine dripping their educational content to their members. They do this for a reason, to keep you into the program long enough to pass up your chance for a refund on their 30 day refund policy. If they keep you dangling in their program for a month, they don’t have to return your 5K.
Am I stupid? No. I’m not promoting it because the price – up to $5,000 if you pay in installments – unsettles me a little. That’s not ASM’s fault – they’re pricing what the market will bear. Thousands of ambitious Amazon sellers will buy it. Some will succeed, others will fail – but that has nothing to do with ASM (more on that in a moment).
Finally, let’s say you don’t live in the U.S. but still want to work with Amazon- or are dreaming of one day “working-from-home” as an ex-pat bumming around on some tropical beach. Jim Cockrum’s Proven Amazon Course is ideal for anyone who lives outside of the states and wants to order products wholesale from other countries. Jim also offers an online community, additional strategy guides and online tools- among other goodies.
Thanks for your feedback on my review of the Amazing Selling Machine. I really hope that people realize all the struggles that go into building your own brand name product. And I think selling on Amazon can be awesome, but is extremely competitive anymore. That being said, you better have a revolutionary product in a hot market.
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I want to thank everyone who has posted on this thread. Reading through all these posts has been very cathartic for me, and has helped bring some of my thoughts and experiences into sharper focus. Perhaps I may return shortly to share some of those thoughts and experiences here.
In theory, it sounds pretty easy to private label and, for the most part, it is not that difficult to find the product, create the listing, and get it shipped to amazon. But if you’re selling kitchen ladles or whatever, sure, you can private label your own and own the listing. But there are (or seems to be) way more separate listings. So what’s the difference between the front-runner that has 500 reviews and yours? So now you have the difficult task of getting traffic to those listings (and reviews) to get the ball moving.
@Tooledyou – Drop shipping and wholesaling is only an income stream. You only are making money for your right now. You can’t sell this business, there is no value to another person because your are the person.
I agree with you somewhat here. There will always be people who do well and those who don’t. Just like any business, some people will fail. Anyone who is thinking about buying ASM because they think it’s the once in a lifetime opportunity to buy a winning lotto ticket shouldn’t buy this. It’s a business. It takes work and success isn’t guaranteed.
If someone really, really, really wants to sell on Amazon, and has no experience it is a better strategy to buy a less expensive course use some of that money to buy your seed inventory— get an early win, prove the concept FOR YOURSELF, then go for a bigger course once you can justify it.
Of course it doesn’t effect me, but it does effect those who you are coaching. You’re putting your service out there to the public in a Review forum, so I’m just asking the questions that anyone doing their due diligence should be asking.
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That being said, like Jim Cockrum says, you’ve got to be careful with your approach. The course does teach a couple of things that I believe are borderline in putting your account in danger, so I avoid that and only do what I’m personally comfortable with.
Well based on what some people have written, this is a multi million dollar launch and they seem to be positioned to clear at least seven figures after paying out affiliates. So yeah, cashing out that kind of money is a good motivator. Selling information doesn’t have cost of goods sold like selling tangible products so I’d do it too!
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As of right now I’m waiting for Amazon to put labels on my good and make them available for sale. Not so sure I should fronted my friend the funds, but only time will tell. I hope to know for certain in the upcoming weeks.
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Have you ever wondered what is going on behind the scenes of The Amazing Seller? What is the team cooking up for 2018? How do they plan to expand their reach and help sellers get their ecommerce business off the ground? On this episode, you’ll get a special peek behind the scenes with Scott and his team as they talk about plans for 2018 and bey ……
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As for me, forget all the middle people. I am planning a trip to China to go to the next big FAIR. Good products over that never see American daylight, ripe for picking. That’s just me and that tip’s free. 🙂
It’s that time again! After last week 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 ……
But to answer your question, way to pick the most ridiculous example possible and paint the entire process with a broad brush. Maybe you can’t sell TVs as private label, but just go ahead an pick the other 99% of things on Amazon and do it private label. Just because something is a “brand”, doesn’t mean it’s a “brand name” to the general public. There are tons of products that are sold through big boxes, but nobody associates “Product x” with their name.
Depends on your brains, experience, dedication and perseverance. If you are even the least prone to give up or don´t have time to dedicate yourself completely, then don´t do it. There will also be real $ needed on top of the $3500. Don´t expect a walk in the park. ASM1 was likely a goldmine for many, or even most, who put their heart in it. I don´t expect ASM3 to be close to the same deal for many.
I started researching and learning about FBA Private Labeling largely through Scott, and listened to just about all of his podcasts minus the last 10 or so. His podcasts are tremendous, and helped me learn a lot in the beginning. However, I find that now I’ve come to the point where I’m learning nothing new from his podcasts. I find the most value in his interviews at this point. I kind of stopped listening to the podcasts a couple weeks ago and just focused my energy in sourcing and setting up my biz etc. Which really, this is the way it should be. It’s good to always be learning, but Scott’s podcasts are still how long does dhgate take to ship towards new people just starting out, so there’s a law of diminishing returns and I don’t think it’s as crucial for you or I to keep listening to every single episode (the dude busts out 3 a week, it’s a lot to keep up on!)