CleanTAS 223 : Ask Scott Session #66 – Your Amazon FBA Questions This is the Friday Ask Scott episode of The Amazing Seller podcast where you (and people like you) get to ask their particular questions about Amazon sales. On this episode Scott fields question about choosing a product when the market appears to be ve. 7/1/2016 Free View in iTunes
ASM 125 – Fabrication & Construction Technology – 3.00 credits: Introduction to materials, methods, and tools used in fabrication, installation, and maintenance of agricultural production and processing facilities. 2 lectures, 1 three-hour laboratory.
We won’t have access until halfway through the training after we have already set up our store, picked a product to sell, found a supplier and have it in our inventory, so the product selection software is obviously not going to be one of the tools. They are teaching us how to do that manually. I almost bought in to Matt’s program last year and I do remember that product selection tool. Not sure what happened to it but since everything hinges first on choosing the right product, doing it manually with their guidance and instruction is definitely the way to go.
My advice is to join the hundreds of public facebook groups having to do with Amazon private labeling. You will learn more than what ASM has to offer just by browsing and asking questions in those group and is free. Take a few minutes to browse through these groups to see what they have to offer before pulling the trigger on ASM!
Thanks for your feedback on my review of the Amazing Selling Machine. I really hope that people realize all the struggles that go into building your own brand name product. And I think selling on Amazon can be awesome, but is extremely competitive anymore. That being said, you better have a revolutionary product in a hot market.
CleanTAS 203 : How to Turn Frustration (Product Dud) Into Success (Real Story) Part of the equation in business is that you’re going to hit roadblocks and frustrations. It’s simply going to happen. Today’s episode highlights a real Amazon seller’s disappointments with his product sales and Scott has a lot to say about it. 5/16/2016 Free View in iTunes
I signed up for ASM7, and decided that with a full time job, the amount of time and effort it would involve to knock it out of the park with PL didn’t make it a practical reality for me. (Yes, I’m sure others have made it work; it just wasn’t where I was at.)
I know you’ve got a good size email list, but saying that you “gave up” $17,000 by not promoting ASM is very misleading because it’s just http://sukankini.com/news/amazing-selling-machine-course-evergreen-launch-2018-start-an-ecommerce-business/0045744/ It could have been more, and it could have been a lot less…I know a guy who thought he was going to make a lot of money just by emailing his list and he didn’t make one sale.
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.
With that said, I do see a lot of potential here based on the data and the facts that I have been able to obtain as well as my experience in retail and IM. The program just makes sense from a business standpoint and if you follow the training, your product listing is far superior to 95% of all the other products on Amazon, which in turn will be more attractive to the buyer and convert higher.
Most say the same thing, but there is a lot of opportunity with it. The manufacturer of the supplements must carry insurance. A reputable distributor of supplements has to carry insurance that covers the distributor because they make the product.
If you are from the US, then go with Jim Cockrums PAC (Proven Amazon Course) for now. You will learn the FBA part very well and will be ready when the ASM course (or a follow up) will come along in the future (next year?).