Amazon provides you the opportunity to build a brand by tapping into their traffic/sales and logistic infrastructure. Spend a lot of time brand builder bootcamp ryan moran review and thinking about the right product opportunity that YOU PERSONALLY can capitalize on it and take full advantage of it while you can.
I gave it a few more shots with other products with the same results. I know people that were able to get a good product on their first try but in reality there is nothing in the training that will show you how to do this and not fail. The training will just show you how to find products and suppliers, methods you’re probably already aware of.
I have a question. I am new to private labeling on Amazon. I basically used ASMs model (without paying for the course) and combined other Amazon knowledge I’ve gathered over the years. I have done pretty well for starting out – 4k per month.
I have been selling on amazon for almost a year and quickly subscribed to 10 podcasts to try and learn about it. I listened to a few other ones before landing on The Amazing Seller. I was instantly drawn to Scottâs demeanor and approach. He has always seemed so relatable and like a normal guy. Between Scott, Joel, Chris and Dom I have been amazed at the amount of valuable and actionable content that they provide absolutely free. They have free workshops on the site that have the same content I have paid hundreds of dollars for. And on top of that they explain it more concisely than any other podcast Iâve listened to. They have also built a real community without constantly pushing their paid workshops and seminars. It amazes me at the amount of value these guys share daily. They are running several businesses and still find the time to share freely with us. You can tell that they truly care. I am grateful for the podcast and everyone on the team. I got to meet them in person recently and they are exactly the same in person as they are online. Thanks again for the wonderful and practical show. Yâall have made a real impact on my life and the life of my family. I am not exaggerating when I say if there is only one podcast to listen to in this space, this is the one!
CleanTAS 406: Ask Scott Session #125 – Open Brand Questions – Be My Competitor – Shipping Costs HIGH It’s time to jump into another exciting session of Ask Scott here on The Amazing Seller Podcast! This is the place to get motivation and insight that you need to fuel you on your journey to building your own ecommerce business. On this episode, 9/1/2017 Free View in iTunes
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, you’ve come to the right place. It’s time for another session of Ask Scott here on The Amazing Seller ……
Guys seriously, I know alot of people using ASM and they are taking home money to the bank and the funny thing is that they are all doing supplements and source easily from the USA. so while others spend months dealing with china and products, these guys get their pills within a few weeks get them up and focus on marketing. It is the secret that nobody is telling you.
CleanTAS 379: Ask Scott Session #117 – Negative Reviews Hurting Sales – Understanding PPC Search Terms – Patent Pending Products Sometimes the simplest phrases can be the most helpful. What phrases or sayings have helped you stay focused and on target toward your goal of success and business growth? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, 6/30/2017 Free View in iTunes
I only listened to 1-10, but that was kinda painful. I really did not like how Scott insults 98% of his audience by saying that we won’t take any action. Not a big fan of how we’re misled into being he did $47k in 90 days as if he were a rookie (he had five years of e-commerce experience going in). REALLY not a big fan of how TWICE Scott insinuates that the gentleman with the bad reviews did something wrong. The guy can NOT be held responsible for getting into a competitive market which is the item that Scott cited as his mistake. Repetitive content (the 3 emails) also got old. Last, in 1-10 he spent about 5-10 minutes on how to find a good product to sell. The rest of the content is all about once your going. The only reason for my review is because Scott asks for it. I have no ill will. Just not for me…
CleanTAS 402: (Hot Seat) How to Get Steady Sales in Competitive Category and Improve Rank? It’s time for another Hot Seat session here on The Amazing Seller Podcast! Join Scott and Chris as they go over a product listing from a TAS listener like you! You’ll hear them go over topics like minimizing PPC costs and maximizing organic sales, 8/23/2017 Free View in iTunes
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Likewise, if you go to the ASM website, you’ll notice that the course is currently unavailable. This is because the training is offered for a limited time only, after which the enrollment link expires. However, at some given point in time- say next month- that link will reactivate and another limited time offer will be posted.
CleanTAS 400: 9 Takeaways of What it Takes to Be Successful (Lessons Learned from 400 Episodes + Listener Contest) Can you believe it? 400 episodes!!! What an amazing journey so far with Scott and the awesome TAS crew. To celebrate such a special and important milestone, Scott has a very fun and unique episode in store. On this episode of The Amazing Seller, 8/18/2017 Free View in iTunes
6) So what does that leave? The very small percentage that are hitting home runs, and continually wanting to grow the business. Those are the people that most talk about when they talk about saturation.
I’m in the middle of putting together a private label deal that, I think, will be a consistent money maker for me. I found the product by searching for it on Amazon because I wanted one of my own. I saw a competitor selling the product, I researched the cost in China and the cost to get it packaged, I plugged it into FBA calculator, and figured I’d make around $15/sale. My plan is to price it aggressively, get sales, get reviews, and then slowly ramp up the price as that happens.
Amazon: Storing your products, collecting payments from customers, customer fulfillment, handling returns and customer service, sending payments to you, marketing via paid advertising, retargeting, and SEO
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My point (again) because I won’t let my integrity (qualified by hundreds or thousands of fans/followers/readers) go undefended: If my objective was to make money and I didn’t care about my reputation/fans/followers/readers, I would have promoted ASM (I was an approved affiliate). Again if the angry and miserable (1% of the reviewers) actually listened to/watched my review, you would have seen that my potential revenue from promoting ASM was at least $17,000, and it could have been a lot more. My affiliate earnings from promoting the other courses/ebooks in a separate video was a mere fraction of what I could have earned promoting ASM. I guess full disclosure wasn’t enough. To appease the 1%, I should have just said in the video, “If you want to sell on Amazon, I have nothing to suggest to you.” Which of course would have saved my tribe/followers/fans the whopping $27 to $99 and/or prevented informing them of ASM course alternatives. Boy was I short-sighted on that one.
Here is what I know…I purchased the course they came out with last year that they sold for $1k…was it worth $1k? Certainly not! I guess if you were complete newbie it would be helpful but still i think it was overpriced.
I could be wrong but I believe that is why people give up and then see the next shiny object hoping that it is easily doable and they can do it. If things were simplified then I believe many more would finish the course and get results. Granted not everyone will get the same results because it is all about the products you choose and whether you get lucky with one that works for you etc..
Either way, the training is what it is. It could be better, but I wouldn’t associate myse