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.
CleanTAS 406: Ask Scott Session #125 – Open Brand Questions – Be My Competitor – Shipping Costs HIGH It’s time to jump into another exciting session of Ask Scott here on The Amazing Seller Podcast! This is the place to get motivation and insight that you need to fuel you on your journey to building your own ecommerce business. On this episode, 9/1/2017 Free View in iTunes
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In my opinion at least 75% of the real value in this course was given away in the free pre-sales material, a lot of the course was just fluff and filler and things you could pretty much work out for yourself with a little bit of effort
Retail arbitrage is a fairly simple concept. A retail store (such as Walmart, Target, etc.) sells a product (either online or in-store) for a certain price. You purchase that product and sell it for a higher price yourself and pocket the profit.
I am so very grateful for this program and it’s structure. The guidelines, staff [CEO’s, Mentors, marketplace superheros Support, etc.], members have all been excellent. The step by step instructions are fantastic; I …don’t have to try and reinvent the wheel. Thank you guys sooooo much. See More
Hi Todd, your honest review is a life saver. The hype I’ve come across about Amazing Selling Machine totally hides the hidden costs you’ve outlined. As a novice, the affiliate program sounds realistic.
The coolest thing is, this course is NOT for procrastonators. By the end of week 1, you’ll have a list of product opportunities. By the end of week 2, you’ll have orderered product samples to physically examine. Don’t worry, you’ll not be alone doing this, you’ll have the full support of the team of mentors, AND the other students doing this along with you!
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Welcome to part two of this LIVE Hot Seat Session with Scott and Chris! You can find a link to part one of this Hot Seat Session down in the resources section below. On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear from the guys as they continue their deep dive into one of their student’s businesses. They particularly focus on keywords, how t ……
2. James Boyd was right. There is definitely a lot more competition on Amazon now with other ASM’rs but you can still make good money on Amazon with this course. They train you to look at the top 100 products but after seeing all of the competition now, I chose to go beyond the top 100 and found success, not the 6 figures a month success but enough to satisfy me. My original product I launched was in the top 100 and I have seen my sales decrease a little over the last 6 months as the competition grew from the last two ASM course releases.
I thought this was kinda interesting. So over and over we were all told that on October 11 at midnight this course would be closed and wouldn’t let anyone else in no exceptions. Well today October 13 I sent an email to the affiliate promoting this course to me numerous times over the past few weeks and I asked the support desk if there was any way I could still be able to purchase the ASM course and they replied back “We are happy to inform you that we will be able to allow your purchase even after the doors have closed”
A place filled with people who have BUILT this business from scratch and gone on to produce millions of dollars in sales… all EAGER to HELP YOU follow in their same path… so you can achieve the freedom THEY have?
I’m a little dubious about all this. I know the argument will be “Hey, plenty of money for everyone!”, but I kinda have a hard time believing that someone with $2M in revenue on amazon, making 60% profit margins (per their video), for a net profit of $1.2M would be selling a product to the masses about doing what they are doing. Why would you? Wouldn’t you just quietly add to your empire and then when the whole thing is about to blow (from competition), THEN launch this ASM product.
Hi Todd, I discovered Amazing Selling Machine through Project Life mastery on youtube. I’m not sure if you’ve come across any of their informative “selling on amazon videos”, but it explains how it doesn’t cost that much to create your first niche product. In addition, that it’s not too costly due to choosing a lightweight product to start out with. I was wondering if you would agree with that.
What have you been struggling with lately as you continue on your journey to build your ecommerce business? What milestones have you been celebrating along the way? What lessons and advice have helped you take your business to the next level? This is a place where you can share all the highs and lows with your fellow TAS followers, welcome to a ……
Does anyone who has done the PAC course know whether it is worth buying the PAC course in lieu of Amazing Selling MAchine if you don’t live in The States? I want to find wholesalers in the STates whom I can send private lables to of products found on Amazon that meet the criteria-or even better, ask them to create the labels for these products. Then create a sellercentral account etc and have the products shipped there by the wholesaler. If I don’t have a U.S bank account is this a difficult thing to do?