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I would like to ask you, in your honest opinion, is the course worth it? Does it really spell things out for you and help you select the right kind of products to sell and tell you exactly how to rank them so they sell?

All the other modules focus on how to make an entire process much smoother and all the perks you want to know from the training rather than making mistakes on your own. And best of all the information you get is up to date since Amazon changes their rules every year. If you ever wanted to buy a course online on Amazon – just know that 6 months down the line many things will be no longer valid as rules on Amazon are constantly changing.

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They just included Proven Private Label (“PPL”) as part of the PAC course, so it does have a private label component to it now, but it doesn’t compare in quality to something like ASM. I had still been recommending PPL for a while, because it was good value at the low price and I know not everyone can afford ASM. However, a lot has changed in the last few months, and there’s another course I’d now recommend over PAC/PPL. It’s still the least expensive one out there, so maybe it has it’s place just for that reason, but even at the lower price point, I’d probably recommend something else.

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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.

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.

The first day of the Sellers Summit is reserved for a special mastermind meeting composed of sellers making at least $100,000 in profit or $250,000 in revenues (or a track record of $20,800+ monthly).

This ASM 8 is meant for experienced marketers who want to increase their income by expanding their businesses. Since it’s a high ticket program, you need to have the money to buy it & a few more dollars to invest in your first products. If you lack the experience or you’re struggling with your finances then the program is not meant for you.

You’re going to love how much more “hands off” money this will make you. Most sellers lose hundreds of thousands of dollars before they decide to get around to buying tools like SellerMail & ManageByStats.

The value, if any, to any Amazon course is simply opening your eyes to the opportunity. Outside of that, I don’t think any courses really have a ton of value; and that includes the cheaper ones available on the market.

Jeff and his partners at Seller Labs started with a 7-figure Amazon business and turned it into a software company which serves thousands of Amazon sellers who did over 2.3 billion in 3rd party sales in 2015. Seller Labs was named #1 Young Tech Start Up in Atlanta for 2015.

The course is priced high to allow high and lucrative affiliate payouts and bonuses, not because the content is better crafted than any course at $297. The last time the course was launched almost all revenue came from JV partners. They used a proven info product marketing strategy, and it worked beautifully. FWIW, this exact strategy they used is also taught by another info marketer, but the name just escapes me. The pre-launch strategy, the drip, the teasing, setting up the webinars and pdfs so that your JVs get their list properly cookied for commissions, tiered bonuses on the back end. They’re awesome at that!

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4. Before starting any business, do your due diligence. This is important – I reviewed a lot of programs and settled for ASM as I have a couple of friends who are using it ‘successfully’ (5 figure dollar turnover a month with around 45% margin after less than 6 months).

THANK YOU for posting this. All the unneeded hype over private labeling has fueled the thought that it’s the only way to make a 5- to 6-digit (or higher) income on Amazon. Your testimony (very similar to how I got started selling on Amazon) is just more proof there several other methods to do so.

absoloutely PANORAMA , of course people are promoting ASM…WHY !! well because ASM has now been promoted by several different high profile mastermind groups offering bonuses. because not only is there a commission incentive however it is truly the fact that so many people have made great money so easily and so fast that giving back is what its all about.

I joined ASM2 (after rejecting out of hand ASM1). My start-up costs were just over $1,000. Total. This included the product, shipping from China, branding and images. I have done exceedingly well on top of this.

CleanTAS 278 : How NEW Sellers Can Still Start on Amazon Even with Recent Review Changes with Jeff Cohen There’s been a lot of talk going on lately about whether or not Amazon is still a good or viable way for people to create an online business. Some people feel that crowded product markets and Amazon’s ability to change the selling platform at any ti 11/7/2016 Free View in iTunes

The 30-Day Guarantee covers not only the course, but also inventory. If you decide you want a refund on the ASM course and you’ve already purchased product for your business, they will buy back up to $2,000 worth of inventory from you, no questions asked. This means your investment in Amazing Selling Machine is COMPLETELY risk-free.

Keep it Simple and Smart and forget the amazing selling machine – as you stated, the amazing selling machine cares nothing about your success, they only care about getting your hard earned dollars. It’s time to give these jerks the boot.

CleanTAS 483: (LIVE Hot Seat) Is My Brand and Products worth Saving? – Part 2 Traffic & Keywords Welcome to part two of this LIVE Hot Seat Session with Scott and Chris! You can find a link to part one of this Hot Seat Session down in the resources section below. On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear from the guys as they continue the 2/28/2018 Free View in iTunes

We worked on a business arrangement with him to do 6 training webinars with you over the next three months to show you his most valuable sourcing strategies for going direct to the factories themselves without ever having to leave your house.

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R.C. was a small e-commerce seller when she started out. However, she’s always had a knack for sales. She mentions in her first episode that at a young age she orchestrated a candy business in her school. She started online selling in 2014 and, like a lot of sellers, has learned a lot through trial and error. What she once lacked in experience she makes up for ingenuity and spirit.

Sorry, but the logic just doesn’t make sense to me. You can find the time to coach people for a one time fee, but not to launch new products for relatively passive ongoing income. That makes it sound like you’ve found coaching to be more profitable than executing the plan yourself.

I thought this was kinda interesting. So over and over we were all told that on October 11 at midnight this course would be closed and wouldn’t let anyone else in no exceptions. Well today October 13 I sent an email to the affiliate promoting this course to me numerous times over the past few weeks and I asked the support desk if there was any way I could still be able to purchase the ASM course and they replied back “We are happy to inform you that we will be able to allow your purchase even after the doors have closed”

Had a few pm about selling my membership to asm thanks but no thanks. Yes the course is not very good and fails to exsplain extra costs ect but the reasen i wont sell is that the forum they have is fantastic way better than the 8 modules

Surprisingly, the powerhouse affiliate system that built up around ASM has turned out to be the big differentiation factor. What I mean is that such large commissions create competition between affiliates, making bonus offers a real differentiating factor.

But if you do find a great product where you can brand it and then get it ranked high, of course you can make that kind of money. Just good luck finding this product. If it wasn’t about that, then they would freely tell you which products they use.

They could have priced it at half of the price, sold more units and likely still made a bundle… maybe close to what they’ll make now considering that they would have still had affiliates running over each other at the chance to make a grand per sale… and more people could afford it.


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