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Q: Panorama – You said that there is lots of value in the forums. Do you know if we (as new users in ASM3) gain access to old forum posts (from ASM 1 & 2) once those modules open up? Or are we in our own little forum universe with just our group of ASM3 peeps? (regarding post #657)

CleanTAS 476: (HOT SEAT) MY Product Doesn’t Meet Criteria of 10x10x1 – What Should I Do? So many TAS followers love the chance to get Scott and Chris’ take on some of the issues and challenges they are running into as they build their ecommerce business. This is your chance to learn as the guys jump into another Hot Seat session. 2/12/2018 Free View in iTunes

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

CleanTAS 396: How Toni went From Zero to $25k with 1 Product and NO BIG Expensive Launch What does it take to get started as an ecommerce seller? How do you navigate all the ins and outs of launching your first product, making adjustments along the way, and begin planning for the next phase? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, 8/9/2017 Free View in iTunes

@juju – there is 1 section of the course dedicated to getting your product exposure within amazon search. A lot of people don’t realize that when you search for a product and there are multiple sellers of that same product, there is a complex algortithim that determines what product amazon will actually display to the viewer (and it isn’t just the lowest priced item).

ALWAYS ask for a sample. It will cost you $30-$50, however it’s worth the investment. Also, you want do some level of inspection. Either you get the load shipped directly to you. And you or someone on your team inspects. Or you can hire a 3rd party to inspect it right at the factory. For $200-$300, the inspector will write a full report including pictures. Get this done BEFORE you release the batch. It’s worth the investment and a great option, especially if you’re international.

in fact that would be incorrect, you would have one for your listing, next review page, then each review posted CAN all be ranked in a search engine, so there are other pages one can rank off our listing (but that is for another conversion within ASM). If you dont think so. Copy any review and paste it in google with quotes and I am sure the review will show up in google, unless it is not index yet.

You have more experience than others with selling on the platforms. I think you would be shorting yourself short if you didn’t. You would be building a long term asset that you can control and maybe have whole sellers selling your product.

Everyone has to figure this out for themselves…I spent much more than the cost of a ASM on something Jim recommended and I ended up being so pissed off because I thought it was terrible. I respect him a lot, but it just didn’t work for me. ASM on the other hand did work for me, but it might not for you. There will be no way to know in advance, so you’ve got to do your best to figure it out and at least be comfortable with the return policy just in case.

CleanTAS 262 : Ask Scott Session #79 – Your Amazon FBA Questions If you have questions about Amazon private label sales one of the best things that could happen for you is to be given the opportunity to ask an experienced Amazon seller the specific questions you have. That’s what you get on this episode of The Amaz 9/30/2016 Free View in iTunes

I’m in the middle of putting together a private label deal that, I think, will be a consistent money maker for me. I found the product by searching for it on Amazon because I wanted one of my own. I saw a competitor selling the product, I researched the cost in China and the cost to get it packaged, I plugged it into FBA calculator, and figured I’d make around $15/sale. My plan is to price it aggressively, get sales, get reviews, and then slowly ramp up the price as that happens.

I haven’t been given access to the course, but as someone who uses Amazon as one of many sales avenues (>$300K in Amazon sales last year), I’m considering buying the course just to prove to myself that it is BS.

80% of your time WILL be spent on research, you will need to compared with 5-10 suppliers to get the best price, then email or call them. If you are sourcing from China, expect delays in replies due to time difference.

There’s really not anything to talk about, if you think $3500 was good value for this course good for you, I did not, I took Jason’s and Matt’s advice which was try the course for 30 days and if you don’t like it ask for a refund, which I did.

There is one other course that costs a fraction of ASM and has already seen me make regular profits on Amazon, through their FBA program. The course I signed up to and highly recommend is Jim Cockrum’s Proven Amazon Course. Many of you reading this will already be fully aware of this superb course, or are maybe existing members, so I know I may be preaching to the converted. The Proven Amazon Course, includes as part of the (realistic) fee, the best forum that I’ve ever been involved with. Loads of experts regularly contribute and I’m not talking about fake ‘affiliate’ experts. These are people who have built up businesses from scratch and are now making a very good living by selling physical products on Amazon, from all around the world. The forums on their own are worth the price before mentioning the extensive training, included, on all aspects of this business.

This course is designed to provide the fundamentals in livestock and other agricultural waste management and the concepts involved in the design of waste management systems that are environmentally sound. Topics include: Animal production and waste characterization, ventilation, manure collection and storage design considerations, manure processing and utilization, Animal Feeding Operation/Confined Animal Feeding Operation siting, regulations, and Comprehensive Nutrient Management Planning (CNMP), ventilation, animal waste and environmental concerns, computer software and models for nutrient assessment and air quality, management and utilization of other agricultural wastes. Prereq: MATH 103 or higher and CHEM 117 or higher. {Also offered for graduate credit – see ASM 623.}.

As they are laughing all the way to the bank long after your 30 days refund window is over, you are working hard to apply the program and build a business. Whether you succeed or not is not important, as they already have their money.

Whenever I’ve been involved with a training program, there are basically 3 types of people; people that succeed, people that don’t succeed, and people that act like they are succeeding. The 3rd group is probably the most dangerous because they act like they are a success story….these are usually the type of people that become moderators because they know the training material very well, but have never been able to implement it successfully. These are also the people that try to use this “notoriety” to launch their own products or training programs. I can give you a long and very specific example of this but I don’t want to bore you with the details.

Well I wouldn’t start by selling Spatulas; even if it’s only a hypothetical example, it’s an example of the wrong product to sell. Those guys are probably selling boatloads of them, but at relatively thin margins overall.

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 can improve their business and get the most out of their efforts. Be patient as the guys peel ……

What a great book. I’ll be honest and say I stopped reading it because a lot of the first ryan moran scam were common sense for anyone that has done online says before. I figured it was cheaply priced because of how basic the fba topics were.

You can probably see this if you read through this entire thread, but at first I was critical of ASM mostly because of the price, then I became in favor of it after seeing great results myself. However, over the last couple of months, I realized that I sort of took my experience for granted and maybe gave too much credit to the course…and not enough to myself.

I know this isn’t realistic, but what they should do is be honest about the real risks. I know we’re in the business of sales pages and conversion rates, but I really don’t like how risks are often minimized. I’d like to see an honest conversation so that people wouldn’t have to jump in not really knowing what’s on the other side of the fence.

No, the Amazing Selling Machine is not a scam. There are no up-sells within the program and there is a real training that has videos and .pdf documents that teach you how to build solid Amazing business in shortest time possible. 

Jim Cockrum’s course is great. The only downside is he focuses on a retail arbitrage process and that can be difficult to scale and sustain, and for some people it’s just not doable. However, all the basic building blocks are there. Where Amazing Selling Machine