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CleanTAS 365: (Private Call Recorded) Story of Ex-Marine Making $9k Per Month + Coaching Call on How to Grow How do you get an e-commerce small business off the ground? What steps are necessary to help it grow and thrive as you build the brand and consider business partnerships? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, 5/29/2017 Free View in iTunes

This year’s hotel is literally right on the beach and there’s a covered walkway that will drop you off right on the sand. The weather is always great this time of year and you can take a break to relax anytime.

I also know a lot of other ASM products and the vast majority of the videos produced generate virtually zero views (less than 100) never mind click throughs to a sales page, I have to say that most of the videos are great and pretty well made by any standard but promotional sales videos simply don’t work very well for selling products, do you really think a video about a spatula is going to get a lot of attention?

CleanTAS 443: PL Part 4 – Listing Creation and Pre-Launch for a Successful Launch What are the components of a successful product launch? What does it look like step by step to set up a product listing and position it for the best possible results? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear from Scott and Chris as they dive 11/27/2017 Free View in iTunes

The Amazing Selling Machine does teach relevant information, but you can absolutely get the same information and a proven plan using Skip McGrath’s selling program. Skip has been around forever and his methods are solid and easy to follow.

What does it take to build a successful and thriving ecommerce brand? Is it possible for the average person to start an ecommerce business from the ground up or do you have to have prior experience in order to succeed? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear from Scott and Chris as they share the backstory of the new brand and where ……

I currently belong to Lisa’s paid membership and have purchased a number of books from Skip McGrath including his wholesale buying guide just recently. I buy from others also and although a lot of material I get I already know and use I always seem to pick up one of two good tips that I was not familiar with and would never have known to search for them without purchasing various products.

CleanTAS 414 – UPDATE: How We Sold 180 Units ($3,697.44) in 24 Hours with NO Promotions What will it take to get your ecommerce business to catch fire and get off to a strong start? How do you know that the strategies and concepts that Scott teaches are worth it to implement? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, 9/20/2017 Free View in iTunes

Amazon does not shows you how to get your product on Amazon and is tough to understand at times. It will not teach you how to be successful with methods that others have used to build their product sales up.

I have both courses, I bought PAC last year and I recently took a second look at the course to see what has changed. Yes he has added a few things on private label but not at the extent of ASM. The courses are two different animals, one (PAC) teaches about arbitrage (buying generic brands at low costs and selling for a higher price) this does require visiting shops, charity shops, car boot sales etc, box them up add the labels on and ship to Amazon. I consider this as a starter business, you can make money from this business, but in my opinion you can not automate the PAC business or hire scouters for your business as you run the risk of losing your worker.

Now I see somebody finally paining True picture here.! Happens to me all the time, Gang of “competition” keeps lowering prices, more likely buy some software, and cutting off any possible profit, and it’s almost funny, as I take product from not only Wholesaler but I’m actually taking Closeout priced Items, So Unless they get source of Stolen goods, no way they can get it any cheaper than that. What is the point for such behavior? Not sure.

Date: The live webinars will be presented on Wednesdays at 2:00 pm. (EST). The first topic will be delivered January 4, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. (EST). Live webinars will conclude on February 8, 2017; however the recordings will be available on-demand for one year following the live presentation.

I’m making this offer because I’m confident that I can provide extreme value to anyone interested in private labeling. Additionally, because I’m intimately familiar with all the major courses, I have no incentive to steer people in a direction that’s not right for them.

In September 2013, I started receiving emails from every “guru” and his dog about the Amazing Selling Machine (ASM) by Jason Katzenback and Matt Clark (which is not surprising after I found out that about $2000 out of the $4000 price for ASM is paid out as affiliate commission to people who promote it). The promo videos were certainly well done and I was intrigued by the idea of creating and selling my own private label products on Amazon. I was ready to join in after going through the long series of sales pitch videos, then they dropped the price bombshell.

This second video of the four-part series shows you how to find suppliers for any product and how to automate the ENTIRE business. Watch the video below now to discover how YOU can run THIS business from anywhere in the world!

You should not worry about the amount of money you can invest in the business as you can start with a small order and move up from there as you start making money. Plan for at least another $1,000 to $2,000 for product costs to start.

Another great heads-up. Thank you Jordan. I saw your first warnings three years ago and decided to steer well clear of these jokers. I’m surprised they’re back. Just out of curiosity, I looked at their website about a year ago, and they were involved with an entire portfolio of b2b ventures, including (of all things) http://duniaga.com/news/amazing-selling-machine-course-evergreen-launch-2018-start-an-ecommerce-business/0045744/ estate spruiking. By the way, what happened to that mother & daughter lawyer team they sent after you a while back?

My point was that buyers should be aware that the course isn’t perfect so you can’t expect to just blindly “follow the system”. You’ve got to use good judgement and common sense. You’ve also got to be aware of all the rules because you’re responsible for everything that happens with your account.

Hardly a days goes by when I don’t get an email or two from yet more marketers trying to flog me Matt’s and Jason’s ASM course, usually offering a huge bribe running into thousands of dollars worth of freebies; this tells me these affiliates are getting a big cut and ASM marketing machine is now on overdrive. I noticed you have an offer on currently on your own course and at a price that sane individuals can afford. I wonder if you can tell us how your course compares with ASM just to put my mind at rest and perhaps take the plunge?

You’ll also learn about taking or creating product images that attract and convert customers.  (By the way, another of my bonuses Is I’ll cover your product photography for your first product, read the bottom of this review for more info) 🙂

Panorama, passing this ASM promotion believe me is no loss to me; in fact I am glad I kept away! I am not judging you or what you have achieved but remember there is more than one way to skin a cat. When each and every person who bought ASM has made a killing then I will eat my hat …..I will need to buy one first.

CleanTAS 454: Ask Scott Session #140 – Sourcing Outside China – 3D Printing Products – Utility Patents Are you fired up and ready for another awesome session of Ask Scott here on The Amazing Seller podcast? This is your place to get the motivation, energy, and excitement you need to push through the tough parts of getting started in the ecommerce arena 12/22/2017 Free View in iTunes

CleanBIG AMAZON NEWS – Major Review Announcement and What it Means for Sellers (First Thoughts) There’s big news this morning (10/4/2016) from Amazon about their reviews policy. – I wanted to quickly shoot an episode your way to give you my first thoughts about what this means for you as an Amazon private label seller. – 10/4/2016 Free View in iTunes

CleanTAS 234 : Product Selection and Growing Your Business Advice from $10 Million Dollar Seller (Chad Rubin) Every private label seller has dreams of their business going big. But very few think as big as what actually happened for Chad Rubin. Chad’s private label success forced him to create an amazing software solution for his biggest problems. 7/27/2016 Free View in iTunes

On margins, again it depends on product category, product type, aggression of promotions, platforms used to advertise, etc. For myself I don’t entertain testing a product if I don’t know that it can make at least 40% pure profit margin (although they sometimes don’t start out at that level). Currently my average profit margin is 53%.

Since you purchased ASM a few years ago, I’m sure you’ve already got a network. If not, I’ve heard good things about a couple of high-level paid Masterminds as well. I’m not a member of any myself though, so they would just be second-hand recommendations.

You make some good points, but I can tell you my personal experience is that the sheer volume of demand for products on Amazon means that a few small tips can lead to huge improvements in profitability, even for experienced sellers.

If you want to sell unlimited products on Amazon (which I assume you would), you will need to signup as a professional seller on Amazon Seller Central. It’s a paid service (about $40/month), and there’s a one month free access when you sign-up.

This training works. But the best training in the world will not amount to anything unless you actively participate and take action. So, we’ve implemented several tested and proven features to help you get the most out of the Amazing Selling Machine 8 and to build your own incredibly successful physical products business. These features include:

You will leave the Sellers Summit with a product to sell and potential sourcing vendors. You will also come away with all of the necessary steps to get your first sale and a road map for scaling your business