I doubt that ASM is having a huge impact on the competition anyways because private labeling is just something that anyone selling on Amazon would figure out. I think ASM probably appeals to people with no experience on Amazon and they think of it as some sort of “secret”. But if you’re doing even small volume on Amazon, this should be a logical next step.
CleanBONUS EPISODE : 2 Tweaks That Increased Sales Without Spending More Money on Ads with Greg Mercer Any little (or big) thing we can do to increase the likelihood of people who search for our products to actually click on our product is worth the time it takes to get it done. On this bonus episode of The Amazing Seller Podcast Scott is chatting with . 6/11/2016 Free View in iTunes
CleanTAS 434: (Troubleshooting Session) WHY List building isn’t performing Good and is Expensive What do you do when you are trying to build an email list with a giveaway but you don’t get the numbers you’d expect? Should you just accept that situation or can you make changes to your approach to improve the numbers? 11/6/2017 Free View in iTunes
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My numbers are improving each week, and I’m on either page 1 or 2 for most of my top keywords, and climbing.(I opened at page 14 for my top keywords) At this point, most of the brands ranked above me are nationally known brands.
As for the situation #2, if you see that the market doesn’t want to pay for your product, you just saved yourself a lot of time, a lot of money, and a lot of effort that you’d have put into launching your product on Amazon.
CleanTAS 463: (Ask Scott #143) Timing Product Launches – Alibaba Ripping Me OFF – Using Old Account for NEW Brand Are you excited about the direction of your business? Do you feel like you have all the tools and lessons you need to go out there and build a thriving ecommerce brand? If you need that extra push to keep going and continue firing on cylinders, 1/12/2018 Free View in iTunes
It’s hard to make many friends with an attitude like the one on display – these are real people here. Keep that in mind. Just be careful with your comments and your reputation – it’s a precious commodity. All success is fleeting, but pride always comes before a fall. Here’s to much continued success to you and yours.
CleanTAS 422: The 12 Month Plan to Build a $100k to $300k per year Business (Profit) What do you need to succeed? Seriously! Have you asked yourself that question lately? What level of success would be just enough for you? Is it a dollar number? Is it working yourself out of a job? If you don’t have an idea of where you want to be, 10/9/2017 Free View in iTunes
I started researching and learning about FBA Private Labeling largely through Scott, and listened to just about all of his podcasts minus the last 10 or so. His podcasts are tremendous, and helped me learn a lot in the beginning. However, I find that now I’ve come to the point where I’m learning nothing new from his podcasts. I find the most value in his interviews at this point. I kind of stopped listening to the podcasts a couple weeks ago and just focused my energy in sourcing and setting up my biz etc. Which really, this is the way it should be. It’s good to always be learning, but Scott’s podcasts are still geared towards new people just starting out, so there’s a law of diminishing returns and I don’t think it’s as crucial for you or I to keep listening to every single episode (the dude busts out 3 a week, it’s a lot to keep up on!)
2) Once I have a handle on basics, if I feel I need to learn something, head over to Jim Cockrum’s course and start with that. This will cover 80-95% of what I’d learn at ASM for a fraction of the cost allowing me to put the money I’d otherwise spend into inventory, etc.
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.
Depends on your brains, experience, dedication and perseverance. If you are even the least prone to give up or don´t have time to dedicate yourself completely, then don´t do it. There will also be real $ needed on top of the $3500. Don´t expect a walk in the park. ASM1 was likely a goldmine for many, or even most, who put their heart in it. I don´t expect ASM3 to be close to the same deal for many.
From the previous month, our sales doubled, and we averaged about eight sales per day, which equated to about $125 in sales (about half of that is profit). Not “quit your job” type money yet, but we’re getting somewhere.
In short, I cannot suppress the feeling that this whole ASM stuff is mainly a way to only sell that course for a HUGE profit, rather then really helping people get started. The funny thing is, that if you search for affiliate links for ASM they are very hard to find. So it seems to me that they only approach affiliates with HUGE lists to get into the affiliate scheme.
Sorry if I come across rude, I just wanted to sate the facts, most of your reply is incorrect. Most people dont know how to blacklink and use services correctly, they are the ones shouting out “it dont work”.
I’m not sure honestly, but perhaps it has something to do with this being the 8th launch of ASM, the hundreds of successful students and verified testimonials, or the fact that Matt Clark is a known e-commerce expert who is known to truly go out of his way to help his students succeed.