CleanTAS 352: Ask Scott Session #108 – PPC Budgets – Product Certifications – Variations BSR Confusion Are you ready to jump into this week’s “Ask Scott Session?” As usual, Scott is fired up and ready to go with some great insights for TAS followers like you! So grab a pen and paper, this episode is PACKED with great insight that you will need to s 4/28/2017 Free View in iTunes
Amazons algo is based mainly on reviews and conversion rate. CR is key. When they know you are converting at very high rate for the amount of traffic received over a specified time, your rankings increase. Since they make money off you anyways when you sell an item, they want the highest converting most supported product on top. More revenue for them.
If you want to learn how to “manufacture your own” or white label products and sell them through Amazon FBA, this is the course – and for that business model, it does not appear to be priced too badly.
You will never get this confident feeling if you ever research online programs on how to make money online – you will come across a ton of hype and promises and always have this feeling whether you should go for it or not. I have been through that many times. Even when I started with Wealthy Affiliate I was a little hesitant until I fully got involved with it.
Module 1: You will learn about how to select your products to make sure that you guarantee success with your very first product. Product selection is the most arduous task. With the knowledge provided by ASM, the process is much more effective but it still involves a lot of work. However, if you follow the system closely, the products you select will be profitable.
CleanTAS 367: Ask Scott Session #113 – High Risk Products – What Marketplace? – Annual and Monthly Fees – Writing Emails to List Don’t let anyone convince you that small business growth and success can come easily, it’s not TRUE! Anything worth having will cost time and dedication to see results. The same is true of building a robust and thriving business in the ecommerce spa 6/2/2017 Free View in iTunes
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I’ve heard of the Amazing Selling Machine, but like you said, the cost of the product is a little off putting. Then again, you’re paying to learn how to build a successful business on Amazon so it makes sense.
After you pick your product, you will learn where & how to find suppliers for your product. You’ll learn everything whether you want to source from the USA in case you sell things like supplements. And you will learn how to source from China mainly using Alibaba.
Otherwise, it’s a tough call. As much as it’s worked well for me, I’ve seen a lot of people struggle. So, this is a serious question. I’m asking because I just don’t have the perspective of not having prior experience on Amazon.
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The course is priced high to allow high and lucrative affiliate payouts and bonuses, not because the content is better crafted than any course at $297. The last time the course was launched almost all revenue came from JV partners. They used a proven info product marketing strategy, and it worked beautifully. FWIW, this exact strategy they used is also taught by another info marketer, but the name just escapes me. The pre-launch strategy, the drip, the teasing, setting up the webinars and pdfs so that your JVs get their list properly cookied for commissions, tiered bonuses on the back end. They’re awesome at that!
I also believe that the training and everything they provide makes it well worth the val