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Interestingly, one of Jim’s customer testimonials comes from a student who compared the Proven Amazon Course to ASM. While the testimonial doesn’t name ASM specifically, it’s not hard to figure out just what is being referred to when the student mentions how “I was going to pay for an almost $4000 Amazon Selling course last Sep, but decided to do some googling for reviews since it was such a high price.”

That was certainly the case with Amazing Selling Machine 8, and now I’m happy to give you MY review based on my own experience.  I’ve gone through the video training, I’ve gone through the PDF’s and Members area, and I think you’ll get a lot out of my review.

And regarding your examples that you laid out, it’s always easier when we’re just speaking in hypotheticals I guess it depends on how you define your margins. Some people saying “My gross margins are 66% because I buy it for $10 and sell it for $30 on Amazon” while others will define their gross margins by 33% because they deduct the Amazon fees and transportation costs associated with selling it. The latter is more accurate in my opinion.

First, I apologize to those that posted questions asking me for answers. I don’t really check this thread frequently and didn’t subscribe to it because I already get way too many emails and don’t want to get distracted.

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Logo design, label design and domain and hosting, you surprise me to include these as they are a ONE time fee, a part from hosting ($10 a month or less). I got my label and logo completed for $50 off fiver.

This course demonstrates the importance of data management in precision agriculture including data sources, acquisition, analysis and interpretation. Sources include yield monitoring, imagery, soil and crop sensors and machine performance through telemetry. Storage, display, mapping and data use. 3 lectures. Prereq: MATH 103 or higher. {Also offered for graduate credit – See ASM 655.}.

CleanTAS 481: Ask Scott Session #148 – Best Shipping Method – List Building with Influencers – HELP with Creating Listing What have you been struggling with lately as you continue on your journey to build your ecommerce business? What milestones have you been celebrating along the way? What lessons and advice have helped you take your business to the next level? 2/23/2018 Free View in iTunes

Theory and principles of operation, use, maintenance, repair, and selection of tractors and power systems. Includes engines, transmissions, fuel, lubrication, hydraulics, traction, and electrical systems. 3 lectures. Prereq: MATH 103 or MATH 104.

CleanTAS 487: (Ask Scott #150) – Excess Inventory Problem – YouTuber and Products – Return Rate and Suspension 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! 3/9/2018 Free View in iTunes

ASM 378 – Machinery Principles and Management – 3.00 credits: 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 104.

Jeff and his partners at Seller Labs started with a 7-figure Amazon business and turned it into a software company which serves thousands of Amazon sellers who did over 2.3 billion in 3rd party sales in 2015. Seller Labs was named #1 Young Tech Start Up in Atlanta for 2015.

CleanTAS 213 : How and When to Sell Your Products on Amazon Japan (step by step) You may have noticed lately that Amazon is advertising within your seller account for their non-U.S. sales platforms. They are trying really hard to get current sellers to expand into different marketplaces. 6/8/2016 Free View in iTunes

Lifetime moneyback guarantee. This beat the 30 day ASM look-in period hands down, which teases you with insufficient crumbs to get you past that 30 day point of no return. On the other hand, PAC has been around for over 10 years and they have a stellar support team that stands 100% behind what they say.

The Amazing Selling Machine is currently in its eighth season and each of the programs in the series has addressed new techniques and changes which have occurred on the Amazon platform, ensuring that subscribers stay in profit and weather any change in policy or procedure.

CleanTAS 396: How Toni went From Zero to $25k with 1 Product and NO BIG Expensive Launch What does it take to get started as an ecommerce seller? How do you navigate all the ins and outs of launching your first product, making adjustments along the way, and begin planning for the next phase? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, 8/9/2017 Free View in iTunes

WOW, that’s very good info. I was about to pay those $4000. I will continue looking for more free info online to try to build my business and see how it goes. I’ve been studying a lot, seeing a lot of videos, etc. thanks for the comment.

CleanTAS 274 : Ask Scott Session #83 – Your Business and Marketing Questions Many people who get started selling products online, whether on eBay, Amazon, or other sites run into snags and obstacles that they can’t figure out how to overcome. Wouldn’t it be great if someone who’s been in those shoes would advise you on wha 10/28/2016 Free View in iTunes

That conversation helped “free” me from the idea of trying to game the system, and from there, my business started growing by leaps and bounds. Instead of looking for quick fixes, like we are so trained to do in this crazy “internet business” world, I set out to build a real business following the Amazing Selling Machine system.

Hey hey hey!  Nick Sasaki here. I have been an Internet Marketer for over 10 years. I was making decent money – enough to splurge on vacations to different countries with my wife and five awesome kids – until a few years ago.

The Amazing Selling Machine (ASM) is, in the words of its co-founder Matt Clark, “…a training program and live event teaching entrepreneurs how to build real, fast-growth businesses selling physical products by leveraging the power of Amazon.”

For the person that asked if I was private labeling, yes that is what I am doing and what the course teaches. If you sell someone else’s product, you will be at the mercy of a price war and your profit margins will be extremely limited, so I only recommend going the private labeling route because you are the only seller and can dictate your price and profit margins without someone undercutting you.

I am not a wannabe. I have sold over 2500 units online (both EBay/my website) of an imported niche product that I developed and branded in the course of the last 2 years. The hardest part of this game is figuring out the product and getting the best supplier for the best landed price. Everything else is relatively straight forward. And as long as you can “buy right” for a relatively decent product – you most likely will never suffer a loss on your inventory…

So I struggle with the concept of selling an item that is already there. Not to mention going against a well established seller with a few hundred reviews. My choice would be clear as to whom I would purchase from.

This course is strictly focused on wholesale sourcing, different ways to do market research to determine what products to source for Amazon, as well as how to spot pockets of opportunity, and consumer trends.

My advice to anybody thinking of buying ASM2 is to get a cup of coffee, or 2, and read every post on this thread, from the start, get all the free pdf’s and watch all the videos in the launch, you will learn a lot, then decide if you want to spend $3500 to $4000, if yes go for it but be ready to refund before 30 days if you don’t think it was worth it, by that stage you will know about 95% of every thing you need to know to be successful selling on Amazon, private label using FBA

CleanTAS 270 : Best Practices for Selling and Buying Amazon Businesses So many people are having such great success selling private label products on the Amazon platform through FBA that it’s not too far of a stretch to think that some of them may be interested in selling their business. 10/19/2016 Free View in iTunes

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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, http://studio-5.financialcontent.com/mng-lang.dailybulletin/news/read/35644596 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.

His latest interview with Ryan Daniel Moran was decent. There was some great advice about just getting stuck in. He said, just pick a product and go with it! I think people spend too long deciding on a product.