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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 ……

Thanks for the great laugh…I’ll take that as the ultimate compliment that you know someone who illegally got a copy of my PAC course and then felt so bad that they PAID for it after the fact! That’s fantastic on so many levels… Thanks for posting that.

Just beware. The low hanging fruits that were all over the place 1-2 years ago are few and few in between. Many products that one year ago had 1-2 decent private label sellers now have 10+ copy-paste ASMesr with listings who all look the same. Some sellers have changed their strategy due to the influx of ASMers, and the not so smart ones have gone out of business. Also, there are a ton of products on Amazon, but many are not suitable for basic private labeling.

I agree with your analysis. I ran the numbers on what they were telling us to do and came up with 20,000 Amazon products at most to make the first two criteria cuts. Then there are several other important factors which will knock that 20,000 down again. Now add a course with possibly 2,000 highly motivated people (having spent $3497) who are all looking for the ONE big money product, and how many of the 2000 will come up with one? Sure, out of 2000 starters, a few will land a big one, “proving” the course. But I doubt that even 20 will land a big one, and that’s less than 1%. A post above mentioned that some beta testers did very well. I’ve not seen one single mention about the percentage of people in the beta test who even made back their investment. If it were my course, I would be recognizing the success of those who performed well. Sometimes the lack of evidence is evidence itself.

Thank Jim, I did see that and read everything about it before hand. Amazon had pointed out in an email as long as the product being offered, marketed or links within the email can only be from Amazon.com -.co or other Amazon places.

I like Dan thies and Leslie Rohde, but that’s a total joke right there. Amazon employs sales reps to sign-up people on FBA and their other services. If you have a website, you’ve probably been contacted by them in the past.

CleanTAS 318: How to Use Email Marketing to Sell Your Products without Being a JERK with Ryan Lee What http://culture.aseancoverage.com/news/amazing-selling-machine-course-evergreen-launch-2018-start-an-ecommerce-business/0045744/ to mind when you think of marketing? Do you think of flashy advertisements on TV, in the mail, or maybe even popups? It seems that “Marketing” is a dirty word in today’s business climate. But there is NOTHING dirty about it. 2/8/2017 Free View in iTunes

I didn’t buy Amazon Selling Machine but it seems the Amazon Selling machine product is more about removing yourself as much as you can from the process such as focusing on the “Advanced” FBA concepts of using suppliers that ship/label for you and send to the Amazon FBA warehouse.

Who was the the course for? Hopefully, it was to help people like you and me find quick and better answers to take care of our family, but how did we treat it (because we couldn’t afford it.. maybe)? Another shiny object at a department of addicts (like down the old 42nd street where I used to take the bus to Jersey).

Jason & Matt, I’m truly impressed by your professional free content and the clarity of explanation. I’m not new to Amazon courses, but so far, this is THE BEST free video training have ever seen. Kee…p up the great work, and see you at the top! See More

The minute I received an email from Greg Jacobs of his bonus to anyone buying through his affiliate link, I knew rightaway it is going to be a high-end product since he only endorses products of those category. I may be wrong but that is the impression he gave me based on his past promo emails.

When was the last time that you were fired up and ready to tackle your goals as you build your ecommerce business? How do you sustain that passion and energy? If you are in need of a little boost, look no further! It’s time for another session of Ask Scott here on The Amazing Seller! On this episode, you’ll hear Scott’s encouraging and helping ……