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From the previous month, our sales doubled, and we averaged about eight sales per day, which equated to about $125 in sales (about half of that is profit). Not “quit your job” type money yet, but we’re getting somewhere.
3. I’d recommend everyone consider the shipping factor in sourcing products. Personally I would strongly tend to look into smallest and lightest products which could still make a profit by courier shipping, it’ll save tons of trouble to everything.
My first sale online was a pack of LED light bulb in July of 2014. It felt like freedom. That may be a little dramatic but I spent the first 30 years of my life building a career that I was unsure I wanted to stay in.
I learned how to import successfully through my own self education and I have a few friends that have created extremely successful importation businesses on their own, and the bottom line is that what ASM is selling isn’t bad information, it’s just info that you can get for about 96% less than you can get with the Amazing Selling Machine program.
Scott and the group are outstanding. They do an excellent job at keeping everyone updated with current information. Scott lets you know about any changes as soon as they come out. Currently Best Sourc…e Available! See More
Anytime you have a question or need help along the journey of building your business with ASM, the Mentors are there to help. They’re active in the community every single day and are waiting and ready to help you continually move forward with your business.
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I have 5 products I private label that I manufacture (not label an existing design but are made to my spec) therefore they truly really are exclusive (because of the nature of the design are copyright protected– registered). I pay $5 landed and sell for $20 on Amazon. They are consistent sellers and I will be back up after replenishing inventory.
FBA is like anything else. There are people that frequent the Amazon message boards who, you would swear, are probably minting money based on the way they talk. And then as you read through their posts, you realize they aren’t making much at all. Although I will say that those people are very helpful from the “how to” advice perspective, but I wouldn’t take any of their business advice very seriously.
CleanTAS 486: Update: Product Discovery 24 Hour Challenge (It Worked!) A few episodes back, Scott issued the Product Discovery 24 Hour Challenge. Did you take him up on the challenge? If you haven’t, it’s not too late! Take a look at the amazing seller links in the resources section below to learn all about it. 3/7/2018 Free View in iTunes
There was a software that came out in a WSO not too long ago that brought up a list of the bestseller products (products with high BSR’s) as well as the reviews. Basically Jason Fladlien and Wilson Mattos used it for one of there bonuses i believe (gave everyone a spreadsheet with the list).
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CleanTAS 482: (LIVE Hot Seat) Is My Business and Products worth Saving? – Part 1 This is a great opportunity to learn from a LIVE Hot Seat Session here on The Amazing Seller! You’ll hear Scott and Chris go over the product data of one of their Private Label Classroom students as they analyze and give their input on how the student 2/26/2018 Free View in iTunes
I’ve done amazon FBA.. yes, it works, and yes, it even works to the tune of those two guys if you know what to do. But why are all these people promoting this when they’ve NEVER done it? This is what we need to ask of ourselves first… the promoters are the “best in the industry” and they haven’t done it, so why are they telling YOU & ME to give it a go… for $3,500???
This way I can bring in somewhat endless amounts of traffic for work that I created one time. Then I just add in affiliate marketing and I can promote any brand name product without risk of bulk purchases, shipping, taxes, customer support, returns, etc..
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 »
If it’s not a good product or of value, I recommend a better alternative to those who are really interested in making money online. You can see the products I recommend under my Resources Tab in the section called Good Reviews.
My numbers are improving each week, and I’m on either page 1 or 2 for most of my top keywords, and climbing.(I opened at page 14 for my top keywords) At this point, most of the brands ranked above me are nationally known brands.
Hi Todd, I discovered Amazing Selling Machine through Project Life mastery on youtube. I’m not sure if you’ve come across any of their informative “selling on amazon videos”, but it explains how it doesn’t cost that much to create your first niche product. In addition, that it’s not too costly due to choosing a lightweight product to start out with. I was wondering if you would agree with that.