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To answer the liability insurance question, I already had a policy covering my local business so I just added private label products to that policy. I would recommend you find a local insurance broker, not a big brand insurance company because a local broker will shop several companies to get you the best rate.

First, all sessions at the event are for advanced Amazon sellers. There is no beginner content. We expect everyone attending to already have sold on Amazon for years or to have been through our entire Amazing Selling Machine program.

If you still are into building an online business, and I know I sound like a stuck record, but affiliate marketing has close to zero risk, only your time to create traffic to bring people who are already looking for your specific products.

After you’ve gone through all the steps to research, source, and list your product, now it’s time to launch it and start driving sales. What is your launch strategy? How can you put your brand in the best position to succeed once you’ve gone live? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear from Scott and Chris as they go over this final ……

I’d agree with Jim that it’s good to pursue multiple income streams. If you’d like to learn about different Amazon or eBay business models, PAC is a great resource. However, if your goal is to specifically learn about private labeling, there are better alternatives.

DEALING WITH NEGATIVE REVIEWS Negative reviews are at the top of some of the worst things that can happen to an Amazon seller. So what recourse do you have? Should you respond to the negative reviews? Abandon the listing and start a new one? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott walks through several ways sellers like you can deal with negative reviews left on your product listing. One thought that Scott shares is to consider offering a new and improved product that resolves the reviewer’s issues free of charge as a response to the review that they left.

Can’t say that I am a customer of ASM, but most of what they are teaching is stuff that you should inherently know if you’ve studied marketing at all. The other piece is the technical know-how in dealing with Amazon. I picked most of that up by doing it, reading their FBA forums, and talking with my sales rep.

You seem to know your stuff then. We have very different opinions of things. To give you an example, I am pretty sure you would against Snuke software as it is a spam too, yes and no. To someone who doesnt know how to build authority backlinks will say it doesnt work and its a spam.

CleanTAS 304 : Ask Scott Session #92 – Your Business and Marketing Questions It’s time for the Friday Q&A episode of the podcast – we call it the “Ask Scott” episodes. You can connect with Scott Voelker to ask your own Amazon or eCommerce related questions. It could be anything: product selection, email marketing, 1/6/2017 Free View in iTunes

The “theory” behind the PAC (Proven Amazon Course) is one that should be modeled for ANY legitimate course or training offered in the “online entrepreneur” niche. It’s time to raise the standards of what we exp