The PATRIC bioinformatics resource center provides a unique experience, where researchers can see their private data “virtually integrated” with the public genomic data available for bacteria or archaea. Read more.
Principles of agricultural machinery manufacture, sales, operation, and management. Topics include selection, replacement, operation, application, and maintenance. 2 lectures, 1 three-hour laboratory. Prereq: MATH 103 or MATH 104.
This course uses lectures and hands-on exercises to give participants real-time experience in setting up and configuring the BIG-IP Advanced Firewall Manager (AFM) system. Students are introduced to the AFM user interface, stepping through various options that demonstrate how AFM is configured to build a network firewall and to detect and protect against DoS (Denial of Service) attacks. Reporting and log facilities are also explained and used in the course labs. Further Firewall functionality and additional DoS facilities for DNS and SIP traffic are discussed.
I am currently full time military in Canada but will be savagely chasing success in this field. With two young sons now, the thought of doing this full time is so much more appealing than killing time at sea or sitting around Middle Eastern countries. Very strong motivator!
I don’t think this is a bad idea. Amazon is a unique marketplace, so you really need to understand how it works if you want to do well. Most people seem to grasp the overall dynamics of selling on Amazon pretty quickly, but I still see some people in the forums that just don’t seem to get it.
Panorama – No issues with your opinion. I provided my thoughts and reasons from my perspective with the exact steps on getting started with a product with a real example for someone. I also provided an alternative if people were interested, but left that last and provided 30 minutes of valuable information.
If Jim teaches you anything, he’s genuine while most are not!!! But with or without him, please do it. No WSO will EVER do it for you, $7 or $4,000.- what I’m saying is if you want to leave it to a chance, your chance is better with him than anyone else… Just saying…
The PAC just keeps getting better and better – and our students pay nothing additional as we work hard to improve it and update it daily. We’ve never had a “big launch” or affiliate sales contest for our course – ever. The doors are always open and we get hundreds of weekly referrals from those who aren’t paid to endorse us.
CleanTAS 205 : Ask Scott Session #60 – Your Amazon FBA Questions Many people ask why Scott’s invested so much time and energy into putting out this podcast and doing his free workshops. Is it to sell his course? No, it’s not. Scott recently ran into a woman who reminded him why he’s doing all the work he is for 5/20/2016 Free View in iTunes
If you sign up and quit, I will show up at your house and pee on your lawn. I’ll even eat asparagus before so that your whole yard smells like asparagus pee. And then your dog will eat it and fart and stink up your whole house like asparagus pee. Think I’m joking? Try me.
Thanks for sharing for your opinion on this, but I totally disagree on it. All but one of my products are more expensive than my competitors, some even $20 more. Yes, some selling more than others, but that is how it is sometimes. My goal for every product I launch, is to sell 5 min a day with a 45% min profit margin, and follow the marketing information in ASM. So far it has worked.
You will learn techniques to take your business to the next level whether it be through creating sales funnels, SEO, social media, PPC advertising, conversion optimization, email marketing or copywriting.
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
I will provide more details in another post but I will leave you with this photo. It shows my two children playing in the waves at Playa Ventanas, Costa Rica. This trip would never have been possible without my involvement in the Amazing Selling Machine. Thank you.
A word of encouragement, it’s not that difficult and if you follow the process you will get through it fairly quickly. Once the money starts rolling in, usually in about week 10 or so, the feeling of earning great money is greater than the work effort!
There’s nothing complicated about hiring help and having them sign a non-disclosure in order to grow your business! I haven’t had a problem at all in my business doing it that way nor have I heard of others having trouble. Plenty of people are looking for work and are willing to run your system w/out the threat of creating a competitor. You’ll have this same challenge with any business model unless you do it all yourself right?
Pizza was a bad example and even after reading it three times, I’m not really sure of the point you tried to make with your comment. If your point was that no one can trademark or patent “pizza”, agreed. Trademarks cannot be “merely descriptive” (a legal term).
My products are just sitting in Amazon’s warehouses collecting storage fees. They suggested that I get product reviews, meaning buy product reviews. Now Amazon is trying to police that as well. It’s pretty tough to brand a product unless you have something that’s considerable better than what exists in the Amazon marketplace or can come up with a whole new idea.
Warehouses aren’t conveniently located next to each Azzurent or Walmart. For products, it’s a one-way trip to the branch. At each branch, there’s enough manpower to unload trucks, stock shelves, and ring customers up, but there aren’t any excess employees available to send products back or coordinate the process of shipping packages out.
The Sellers Summit is the ultimate “ecommerce learning experience” where you will get inspired not by stories, but by gaining all of the knowledge required to run your own successful ecommerce business
If you have any questions I will be happy to help as this course is only on sale for a week and who knows when it will be on or if it will be for sale again. So please me a message and I’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Jared is a business attorney for startups and ecommerce entrepreneurs. He founded Stark Business Law PLLC, where he dedicates his practice to helping people start, grow, and protect their businesses online.
You do not run an “Amazon business.” You run a BUSINESS. Amazon just happens to be your channel for getting sales and customers. >Matt helped me see that there are no magic buttons, there are just products and customers.
Dana specializes in acquiring existing stores whose sales have plateaued and reignites their growth. She is a master of uncovering the strengths of a business and strategically growing with a laser focus on profits. She recently tripled the profit of her last acquisition within a year.
What have you been struggling with lately as you continue on your journey to build your ecommerce business? What milestones have you been celebrating freedom mentor success stories 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 ……
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.
I did write a long message (I deleted it), but I do not have the time or strength to get in a pissing match with you now. I am sure the community respects your view point on things and good luck to them.
There has never been a more fluctuating marketplace in the world as Amazon’s. Trends can come and go in a matter of hours, and sellers have to be up-to-date on everything. Finding the right resources to stay ahead of the curve is key. That’s why we’ve scoured the web and assembled our top 7 (in no particular order) podcasts out there that any FBA business can benefit from.
CleanTAS 484: (ASK Scott #149) – Website Type for Sales – Negative Feedback – Deleting Product Listings What will it take for you to get your ecommerce business to the next level of growth? Are you ready to do whatever it takes? This is your opportunity to learn from Scott’s answers to questions from sellers like you! 3/2/2018 Free View in iTunes
Scott, thanks for doing this podcast. Anytime I’m feeling overwhelmed about something in this journey, I consistently find an episode that resolves that issue. Scott and his guests seem like normal/relatable people that are chasing the dream.