The training seemed more along the lines of Ebay sellers now selling on Amazon FBA instead. Overall the course seems like good information but was looking for the info about automating the supply process and never having to box/ship my own stuff.
Lesson: if you’re looking at high selling products on Amazon don’t base your sales potential on the rankings and reviews of products manufactured by globally known brands like Wilton, Shu Uemera and Tweezerman (that’s what I caught from those videos), look at other UNKNOWN OR GENERIC brands and base it on that. Not brands sold in thousands of retail stores, even high end retailers, covered extensively in consumer magazines with a long history of branding and a lot of direct google searches for their brand name.
Now, this wasn’t always the case. There was a time (not too long ago) when ASM member access to the training and community did provide a real advantage over non-members. Information about how to succeed just wasn’t easily found anywhere else; however, a lot of effective strategies leaked over time, eroding the advantage that once existed.
The only real take away is that private labeling has an inherent risk, and that what ASM likely teaches is not as easy as the ASM marketing make it out to be. It will take more than “just follow our steps” and “some hours each day”.
This podcast to me is a must to any new seller trying to get started. There are details spoken here you just don’t hear unless you pay someone. If you search a different topic within his podcast or on… Google (along with “theamazingseller” you can find the answer to most anything. See More
So, carry on. When The Truth is unveiled and I’m broke and miserable, You shall be able to stand atop the mountain you created with Your bare hands, and yell “I am right” to Your hundreds of People Who Need to Hear the Truth. And they shall bow in unison, and listen to You.
ASM lessons go into great detail including step-by-step actionable plans on what to do even if you have zero business experience. After each lesson, there is action plan that if you just follow and take the actions required, your business will get moving rapidly toward success.
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I’d love to get some elaboration on the term “generic” used here and elsewhere. Are these branded items? A few examples would be great (no need to use real-world examples in order to project your products).
I don’t know about the new course. I have gone through some of the Proven Amazon Course which was created by Jim Cockrum. Jim lives in my city, has a great reputation for giving back to the community and for being an honest online marketer. He does very well selling stuff on Amazon. The idea for this business is to source products that you can buy for 1/3 the price that you know will sell on Amazon. There is software you can get to help you make good buying decisions. And, it’s a real business, so it takes work. Jim’s sales page is not that fancy but the course looked good to me. It includes video training and webinar training all for only $247.
I am not a wannabe. I have sold over 2500 units online (both EBay/my website) of an imported niche product that I developed and branded in the course of the last 2 years. The hardest part of this game is figuring out the product and getting the best supplier for the best landed price. Everything else is relatively straight forward. And as long as you can “buy right” for a relatively decent product – you most likely will never suffer a loss on your inventory…
I got paid from Amazon on the 17th June $900ish, and already (not even a week gone yet) I have $500 in my account wanting to be sent out. Take whatever you want from that, but this is within my first 7 weeks of my product being live.
Man what a bummer. I really hate to see people in your situation because it reminds me of what I have gone through to attain success online and I’d feel so disappointed after putting in that kind of effort with this kind of outcome.
In the movie It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, Jonathan Winters made an observation about businessmen. Being a young tyke when I first saw that, I believed it to be pretty much true. Now you come along and break the mold with your attitude and ethics. Kudos to you, but now what happens to my view of how the world operates?
This module explains to you how to list your items with the right keyword research. You will learn SEO, so your Amazon listing will rank on major search engines. Not only that, the simple trick to get long tail keywords for your products, this can help you outrank your competitors.
There is, however, no straight answer as it depends a great deal on what category you decide to compete in, what http://scienceoftheworld.com/news/amazing-selling-machine-course-evergreen-launch-2018-start-an-ecommerce-business/0045744/ you choose, the level of competition, the methods you choose to market, your abilities and skills, and a whole lot more.