I can show you a day where I did 250 unit sales per day, does that mean I made $300K in a month? If I was an enterprising internet marketer, I would pump sales to my product for one day and then just extrapolate that out for the year. Besides, the reports that these guys use are misleading; they don’t include the fees that Amazon takes.
4. Remote LAB access: We will give our lab servers for Oracle ASM Topics of the training. For remaining topics of the training, students have to setup the lab on their PC (Windows or Mac). We will provide guidance on setting up the cluster on your PC through a special virtual machine (VM).
CleanTAS 419: (Must Listen) Turning a Failing Business into a HUGE Success and Landing a Super Bowl Commercial (Story of Death Wish Coffee) What does it look like to build a successful brand? How do you promote it and cultivate a raving fanbase? How do you recover from low supply and high demand for your product? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, 10/2/2017 Free View in iTunes
So I have no product in inventory and it looks like it will be another week before I am up and running. I will go ahead and post another review in 30 days that should be more helpful with some real stats and figures, but here are a couple more things I have learned since the last review.
So, you’ve launched one product on Amazon (that you admittedly haven’t maximized). Instead of either growing this product, or launching a new one, which would be relatively passive income, you’ve decided to coach other students, which would be less profitable and is not passive income, taking time away from your main business, which requires your focus.
Critics of Jim forget about his generous money-back guarantee for PAC and other offerings (while simultaneously forgetting that much-higher-priced programs, with exponentially more risk, offer 30-days or less). Your offer for PAC is, thus, bulletproof.
I’m fairly certain the video said that you had already launched the second product. Regardless, why would you be offering training, and giving away a potentially profitable product to a client instead of launching more products yourself? Or at least maximize your current product, which you say has the potential to have sales of $100k per year.
If you are assuming people are taking action, the difference between the people that succeed and the ones that don’t succeed is simply the ability to evaluate products and buy http://business.thepostandmail.com/thepostandmail/news/read/35644596 at the right price. Personally, I don’t think that a training program can really teach you that. If you can evaluate them and buy them right, then everything else is just amplifying your results.
Once your listing is up on Amazon.com and you’re getting ready to launch, I’ll allow to send me an email with your listings and I will review it MYSELF, and provide feedback on what I like, what I don’t like, and how you can make it better for both a Conversion perspective, and a Ranking/Search Engine Optimization Perspective as well.
You will also get access to an exclusive Facebook Mastermind Group that I’ve set up, where you can interact with myself and other internet marketers to get your questions answered, network with other successful Amazon sellers, and have others to hold you accountable.
As of right now I’m waiting for Amazon to put labels on my good and make them available for sale. Not so sure I should fronted my friend the funds, but only time will tell. I hope to know for certain in the upcoming weeks.
So too often, people give someone credit for the ENTIRE success instead of the courses ability to deliver above the benchmark. The benchmark in this case is the free information that is readily available.
CleanTAS 344: Exposing Amazon’s Hidden Fees and Knowing Your (TRUE) Profit Numbers with Greg Mercer You know Scott only brings the best guests on The Amazing Seller that give you value and insights into selling on Amazon and building your business. On this episode, Scott’s done it again with guest Greg Mercer. 4/10/2017 Free View in iTunes
I did find it strange that Amazon Selling Machine didn’t have any testimonials and results shown from their “Beta” testers ? (They said it was legal stuff but any product owner can just have the standard disclaimers to take care of that like “These results are not guaranteed and are not typical” and show testimonials of their success stories.) The price is certainly steep but I guess people pay those numbers easily for high level mentoring and masterminds so if the quality of people in it are high then there is value there. I guess the big question if if it really is “exclusive” and won’t reopen again.
To answer the liability insurance question, I already had a policy covering my local business so I just added private label products to that policy. I would recommend you find a local insurance broker, not a big brand insurance company because a local broker will shop several companies to get you the best rate.
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!
And some last words. Amazing how Jordan Malik managed to post so many replies without addressing simple and direct questions. That alone hopefully enlightened many of the devoted followers he kept referring to.
But once I really dug into the Proven Amazon Course, and saw some of the Amazon FBA success stories that Jim Cockrum highlighted, I realized that it’s now time to take my product-sourcing knowledge and apply it to Amazon FBA.
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
I like their step-by-step instructions & used them. My books are constantly in the top 10 in their niche, but it just doesn’t translate into big bucks. I would do the math and think how many units you would have to sell in a super crowded environment like Amazon. Yes, they have a lot of shoppers, but it doesn’t mean your sales will amount to much.
ASM is arguably a bargain if it’s juxtaposed against, say, my useless Boston University MBA, which I paid $35,000 for in 1998. An MBA today (still useless in most scenarios) will cost you around $85,000