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While nothing is perfect, to say the FB community is pure gold is imo an understatement. And while there are clearly people who do not succeed, there are so many success stories (to varying degrees) that keep popping up in the FB group (from people I know are real since I watched them when they still had basic questions and difficulties) that it is clear that as long as you don’t quit, you know that sooner or later you’ll get there as well.

My point was that (based on your comments) it looks like you judged the launch process and not the opportunity. I agree there’s more than one way to skin a cat, so all the power to you if you’ve found another way. But if you haven’t found another way, and you passed on this just because the launch was “overkill”, then you’ve only done yourself a disservice by not at least judging the course itself.

Normally, if you ask me whether $3,497 is “too expensive” for an Internet Marketing program, I would say YES. If you were asking whether putting $3,497 towards ASM is too expensive, I would say NO – as long as you use it.

It just depends on how your site grows. Think of Facebook, this was a niche idea of connecting people that caught on and turned into a mega giant website that grosses over 18 billion dollars/mo. It took 3 years to build it before it went public, but we all know the results of sites like Facebook.

Thanks for your comment Aby, can you sell your membership to Amazing Selling Machine? if anyone wants to buy your membership, I can certainly pass on your email if that is something you would like me to do.

CleanTAS 303: How Sophie Howard Built and SOLD her Amazon Business for 7 Figures Everybody has a story. And every person who has an Amazon success story has a lot to share that can help the rest of us move forward. If you’re looking for an inspiring story to show you what’s possible in Amazon private label sales you want to hear 1/4/2017 Free View in iTunes

Joe, you should know that whatever business you put up, online or offline, it’s going to take work to make it successful. Most people don’t care about importing, what we’re really talking about is making money. Plain and simple.

CleanTAS 389: How a Football Referee Started his Private Label Business – Zero to 8 SKUS and Growing Are you ready to get started with your private label business? Do you find yourself searching for that extra push or spark of motivation? What if you heard the story about someone just like you? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, 7/24/2017 Free View in iTunes

I think Panorama, offering one on one support with this course is the only way, some sort of skype forum chat group so very one can get there questions answered, I know facebook group can be daunting.

So, when purchased through an affiliate, you’ll typically receive more than just the ASM training. You can get additional bonuses like extra coaching, tools, services, etc. from people with real experience. Any serious ASM affiliate has to offer something of significant value to be competitive and attract buyers.

I already have 2 Amazon courses. One is Affiliate Cash Snipers by Michael Rasmuseen and Mike Mograbi while the other is Ama Suite by Chris Guthrie and Dave Guindon released in this forum special offers – both last year.

CleanTAS 410: 7 Tips To Help SELL More Units using Professional Product Packaging and Branding (Example Case Study) What does it take to make your brand stand out among the rest? How can you best position your brand so that it can reach the level of success you have always wanted? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear Scott go over his seven tips that 9/11/2017 Free View in iTunes

You will also get access to an exclusive Facebook Mastermind Group that I’ve set up, where you can interact with myself and other online entrepreneurs to get your questions answered, network with other successful Amazon sellers, and have others to hold you accountable.

I have to say I agree with bayking here. I’ve seen your blog and have watched a lot of your videos. I respect you for what you’ve accomplished with your Amazon business model and how you’ve transitioned that into becoming somewhat of an authority figure on the subject – you’re a good marketer in that respect.

Other things to be aware of is products that have a history of recalls or falling under a category that often has recalls. It’s one reason I would not (personally) get into children’s products– too many regulations and hazards.

There’s definitely some stuff that I think should have been covered, and I think Matt and Jason should have been more available in the forums, but given the nature of the business model, I don’t think it’s possible for them to have covered everything

Scott and the group are outstanding. They do an excellent job at keeping everyone updated with current information. Scott lets you know about any changes as soon as they come out. Currently Best Sourc…e Available! See More

Common people, The only Thing what Matters for Selling Products anywhere to be able to Beat ANY Competition By OFFERING Product at Lower Price than anybody Else. Not by creating funky images and Subject but by Offering LOWEST price, That’s all It Matters. If I have Cheapest Price for Popular Product then I can compete with Anybody without all this Hype. It’s all doesn’t matter, Try to compete on Amazon when Alibaba Members selling their Stuff Directly on Amazon/Ebay how you going to beat them? If most Wholesalers now Selling directly as well. Good luck offering lower price then them. And This is the

I joined ASM 7 all the way back in April 2017. There are 8 modules within the course with a bonus welcome module at the very beginning. Each module is similar to a milestone for your business. Within each module, there are several lessons that guide you step-by-step to achieving that module milestone.

Amazon does not shows you how to get your product on Amazon and is tough to understand at times. It will not teach you how to be successful with methods that others have used to build their product sales up.

Maybe you didn’t read my complete review or understand the point of my review of the Amazing Selling Machine. I know people can be extremely successful importing products, branding them, and selling them online or in places like Amazon. And if you have specific methods that the Amazing Selling Machine is using to really help people become successful, I’d love to hear more about it.

The $3.500 is way too low for what they are giving you for your money. If you ever had a real business you would have known this is really low-cost what you are paying but not low-cost what you are getting.

So this guy Scott has been talking in my ear for the past 6 months and telling me to take action. Every time I doubted myself or thought this isn’t real I turned back to that voice that keeps repeating “take action!” Although this podcast isn’t the only podcast I listen to it is the only podcast that grounds me after things are going horribly wrong.

But your review of ASM was clearly (to me) an attempt to shuffle people to other products where you’d earn an affiliate commission. Anyone with any real experience should know that many of your points were baseless.

So, basically, it’s almost a zero-risk offer for Fladlien, which makes it worth very little in my opinion. Now, some of his other stuff sounded interesting, but it’s so vague you really don’t know what you’re getting.

What do you do to stay on track and motivated as you build your ecommerce business? Have you joined the TAS community to connect with your peers to problem solve and find encouragement? This is the place, every Friday where Scott answers your questions and helps give you that extra push as you tackle the ins and outs of starting your business. ……

This is just further confirmation that a lot of what was/is taught in this course was not based on facts, just wishful thinking based on results the promoters had obtained for some “unique” products that don’t carry over into general categories

Now, this wasn’t always the case. There was a time (not too long ago) when ASM member access to the training and community did provide a real advantage over non-members. Information about how to succeed just wasn’t easily found anywhere else; however, a lot of effective strategies leaked over time, eroding the advantage that once existed.

@Panorama – No. That is what you take out of it and tried to spin it like. Pitching? If you considering on educating people and informing them on other choices before they take that big of step…… I guess I’m guilty.

Whenever I’ve been involved with a training program, there are basically 3 types of people; people that succeed, people that don’t succeed, and people that act like they are succeeding. The 3rd group is probably the most dangerous because they act like they are a success story….these are usually the type of people that become moderators because they know the training material very well, but have never been able to implement it successfully. These are also the people that try to use this “notoriety” to launch their own products or training programs. I can give you a long and very specific example of this but I don’t want to bore you with the details.

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Is there any hope for a seller who failed from their very first product launch? What does the recovery process look like? Is there any way to recoup value for the products manufactured? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott walks through how to respond when a product launch isn’t going as planned. According to Scott, one the most important steps in the process of recovering from a failed product launch is to examine the reasons why the launch failed. If you are able to place a finger on the reason why the launch failed that will help better position your next product launch for success. Learn more about recovering from a failed launch on this episode!