the underpinning of this whole system is being able to negotiate an even lower price at the supplier side. sure, that’s just business, but, this predatory model will soon saturate and backfire. the only reason that suppliers compromise on price is lack of customers. but as soon as there’re sufficient number of people doing this, that problem will disappear, and they will start reversing the game on the buyers – i.e. you.
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4). The content is structured in an efficient way, meaning that they aren’t all over the place in teaching how to do this to the point of confusing people. They teach the basics first, then move on to the more advanced stuff in the proper order. Very important to help people understand how to do this business.
The Amazing Selling Machine is not worth it’s price. It does have a community factor that is valuable, but there is a great deal of risk with importation. My advice to those that are serious about importing into Amazon is to use Skip’s program and save the other $4,800 on products and marketing to get an advantage in this industry.
If you have $4000 available for the course and several thousand more to manufacture your own private label and are prepared to risk it at one go, then the ASM might be your cup of tea. I am not anti-ASM, but I do think it is very expensive, can be risky and there are better alternatives available.
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First, there are exactly zero misrepresentations on the sales page for the Proven Amazon Course and we even took the bold step to survey our entire student base and report the true average brand builder bootcamp reviews right on the page (ever seen that before?) I can’t blame you for being skeptical b/c you are right in saying that most sales pages for IM products are a total joke, but I won’t lay down my integrity or reputation to pad the stats. The people, numbers and results are all 100% legit and we have many unreported success stories we could add to that page.
Well, to be frank, I think I know a decent amount about SEO. I’ve been doing this since 2005 and have generated millions in sales from organic traffic. I also know that “trickery” that used to work in 2010 doesn’t work today. I stand by my statement that tools like this are simply re-purposing old software that they can’t sell as “SEO Software” anymore. Instead, they call it “Amazon Software” and expect everyone to fawn all over it. Of course, backlinks still work, but crappy push-button backlinks don’t.
If you reread her statement, you can feel that she felt taken advantage of by not knowing all the costs that would be involved with setting up an importation business on top of the 5K you spend on the ASM. She called ASM a scam, but I think that was just frustration from being blown over by their marketing tactics.
The liability issue is not that big of a deal. I got a commercial policy that covers me for liability issues for less than $1000 a year. I also read a post on the members forum that someone got a policy for $500 a year.
I can show you a day where I did 250 unit sales per day, does that mean I made $300K in a month? If I was an enterprising internet marketer, I would pump sales to my product for one day and then just extrapolate that out for the year. Besides, the reports that these guys use are misleading; they don’t include the fees that Amazon takes.
In our Amazon course we show you how to work with an FBA prep service who can receive your goods, label them for you, and send them to FBA. Where you live has nothing to do with it. WHere the goods are coming from has nothing to do with it. This is a global opportunity. Sourcing from China can be pretty complex, but your scenarios is very doable.
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This is obviously really bothering Jordan that people keep poking holes in his story. I’m assuming he doesn’t like getting called to the carpet and questioned; after all, his company is Honest Online Selling.
I watched the video though and he brought up a couple of good points. The main one being that doing things like press releases and videos to drive traffic is a waste of time…I would definitely agree with that.
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Another option is, contact Sony (again as an example – please do not take this literally) directly and ask them to buy their head sets and place your own branded logo on there. Now, you can buy it for $12 a unit and sell it for $25+, because you know the quality is very good and you can market it very differently, most things Sony are not doing.
Important, only use amazon ads after you have at least 10 reviews on your amazon listing, otherwise you will be spending money sending interested people to your listing but have no customer review credibility to facilitate sales. Your sales will be low and your ad-cost-per-sale very high.
ASM is more about your brand, the supplier/manufacturer does the work for you and sends your products to amazon, so all you need to do is market it or not, I recommend marketing your brand and at the sometime market your product.
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You better have quality products and commit to do more than get bogus sales and reviews folks. It is possible. I had one dud and now one success that is growing very well. Biggest advice I can give, is that it is ALL about brand building. My noble competition is priced well below me, but I have the brand that sells at premium and I do not have to worry about the cost cutters (or the ‘viral’ sellers
I’ve been getting great sales of some of my products in Amazon and I have done exactly nothing, zero, narda, not even a single press release or video, just listed the product and it started selling from day 1
Domestic shipping is pretty straightforward, and that is what they teach. Overseas shipping? Not so much, and they lack big time in the content category for this. They actually talk about it, but not near enough. There is a lot more to overseas shipping than meets the eye, and if you want to know how to do it right, you will need to rely on the forums, because the course itself doesn’t talk too much about it. Most of the opportunities to buy products at wholesale are found overseas (as i found out), and there is a learning curve involved with that, and you are left on your own to figure out for the most part. I found that the majority of the questions on the forums centered around that, and if they just went more into the details of overseas shipping, that that wouldn’t be the case. That’s why the forums (and Facebook group) are so invaluable…