I’m making this offer because I’m confident that I can provide extreme value to anyone interested in private labeling. Additionally, because I’m intimately familiar with all the major courses, I have no incentive to steer people in a direction that’s not right for them.
Steve started selling online when his wife wanted to quit her job to stay at home with the kids. He now runs several 6 figure businesses which include an ecommerce store, a blog, a podcast and an ecommerce training class.
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 links in the resources section below to learn all about it. 3/7/2018 Free View in iTunes
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
@Lucinking – For most it is expensive. With today’s economy and so many struggling and working a few jobs to put food on the table, they would say that also. However, when you compare it to college, which many attend because they feel like that have too.
Now if you spent $3K on a course, and put all your hope into one product and it’s a dud (as others have posted) you are going to feel like crap compared to if you spend a couple hundred, and now you have the money to try something else to see what happens.
Maybe not skin but certainly time invested, Ryan. Every precious minute (no, hours) you invest in this is a victory for me. Click on the youtube button to the left and find more of my videos for you to critique, please (this is all the same topic, nothing’s changed!). As I cheerfully invest mere seconds in responding to you, continue investing (cumulatively) hours in viewing, poking holes and responding! Go ahead (*Everyone* is watching us here), make it go viral! (Invest your time, invest your time, invest your time, invest…)
My advice to anybody thinking of buying ASM2 is to get a cup of coffee, or 2, and read every post on this thread, from the start, get all the free pdf’s and watch all the videos in the launch, you will learn a lot, then decide if you want to spend $3500 to $4000, if yes go for it but be ready to refund before 30 days if you don’t think it was worth it, by that stage you will know about 95% of every thing you need to know to be successful selling on Amazon, private label using FBA
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 http://www.wgtatv.com/story/37326182/news 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 »
CleanTAS 472: (Ask Scott #146) Ranked BUT Slow Sales? – PPC and Variations – Shipping and Potential Snags What do you do to stay on track and motivated as you build your ecommerce business? Have you joined the TAS community to connect with your peers to problem solve and find encouragement? This is the place, every Friday where Scott answers your questions. 2/2/2018 Free View in iTunes
I have been a sucker for lots of hype for lots of products. Some have helped out, but if you get all hyped up when you watch their sales presentation, I would take a breath, not act quickly & really think about whether you have the time, the money and the niche where it can really pay off for you.
The overwhelmingly positive reputation of the Proven Amazon Course and Jim Cockrum. Btw, I’ve now met Jim Cockrum in person twice and had dinner with his family. He is one of those rare people I call “The Real Deal” – down-to-earth, honest and humble. Someone who values serving others, with a vision to empower people to become entrepreneurs (which is one of the reasons he prices the PAC so affordably).
So I struggle with the concept of selling an item that is already there. Not to mention going against a well established seller with a few hundred reviews. My choice would be clear as to whom I would purchase from.
ASMers say stuff like “Oh, Amazon is growing faster than we are so no problems with competition.” But let’s be honest, ASM is filled with 98% of the people that have had no success at all (just like any IM course). Another successful 1% probably aren’t active in the forums. And then the final successful 1% will probably give you good general advice, but they aren’t spilling what really has worked well for them. Why would they?
CleanTAS 438: How to SELL products to Your Email List without being Sleazy (Swipe Copy Included) Don’t you hate it when you know someone is just trying to make a buck off of you? Of course, you do! Then why do so many business leaders out there in the marketplace today continue to use sleazy tactics? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, 11/15/2017 Free View in iTunes
One of the easiest ways to make more sale from Amazon is social media. Pinterest is the best social media where you can get thousands of targeted traffic without spend dime. This is a book I wrote and I shared my strategies, how I went from Zero to 45 thousand page view every month for FREE.
Here’s my opinion, if you are on a limited budget then you should just figure it out on your own. If you’re smart enough to make more and more money each month, then you’ll eventually get to the point where it will all make sense and you can make a go at private label (that’s what I did).
I doubt that ASM is having a huge impact on the competition anyways because private labeling is just something that anyone selling on Amazon would figure out. I think ASM probably appeals to people with no experience on Amazon and they think of it as some sort of “secret”. But if you’re doing even small volume on Amazon, this should be a logical next step.
CleanTAS 364: Ask Scott Session #112 – Competing with Amazon – International Legal Stuff – Enhanced Content Risk Are you ready to jump into this week’s Ask Scott Session? Make sure you are ready for some awesome practical steps to get back on track – if you’ve had a hard time staying focused and on point lately this will be immensely helpful for you! 5/26/2017 Free View in iTunes
I have created this website reviewing different programs and promoting my top rated program called Wealthy Affiliate. It’s a top product if you want to start online business in any niche with $0 out of pocket.
That was certainly the case with Amazing Selling Machine 8, and now I’m happy to give you MY review based on my own experience. I’ve gone through the video training, I’ve gone through the PDF’s and Members area, and I think you’ll get a lot out of my review.
it teaches you more than any other course online ASM does…..it has everything requireed to get you up and selling your private label or anything and i think its worked for more than enough people who take action and do as is required. you cant help non action takers…..no other course has software that i know of or email systems or seo systems. i think in a sense that is fully comprehensive to the best degree you can get
They do not show you how to private label products. It is an excellent course, it teaches you exactly how to sell on Amazon, exactly how to source items online, and exactly how to automate (outsource) the grunt work so you can maximize your time.
CleanTAS 229 : Ask Scott Session #68 – Your Amazon FBA Questions It’s time for you to get your Amazon private label questions answered from Scott Voelker, an experienced private label sales professional who is actively building his business both on and off Amazon every single day. 7/15/2016 Free View in iTunes