Greg makes $400K/month selling on Amazon and is also the creator of the popular tool Jungle Scout, the leading Amazon product research tool online. Greg is a master of finding profitable products to sell on Amazon.
You will leave the Sellers Summit with a product to sell and potential sourcing vendors. You will also come away with all of the necessary steps to get your first sale and a road map for scaling 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 the part that everyone loves to hear and why everyone is so drawn to it is the 1000’s of success stories. With people ranging in earnings from tens of thousands to hundred thousand or some even up to a million dollars a month. Yep you read that right $100,000’s of dollars a month!! I have had some of my own success but not quite in the hundreds of thousands…yet!
Now if you spent $3K on a course, and put all your hope into one product and it’s a dud (as others have posted) you are going to feel like crap compared to if you spend a couple hundred, and now you have the money to try something else to see what happens.
Congratulations (er… Good luck) to all those who decided to ‘donate’ their hard earned cash to ASM and its affiliates bank accounts. Talk about overkill: persistence and not taking no for an answer, these salesmen must take first prize. Thankfully it will all end in a couple of hours, I hope……………until perhaps an extension to ‘help’ relieve cash from all those unfortunate victims who could not get in because of server melt-down during the last minute rush. Goodbye til the next relaunch.
No one but my team can make the claims that we can. We’ve been teaching serious entrepreneurs how to succeed selling physical products online for well over a decade with an impeccable reputation – and there’s no “upsell” – buy our course once for a few hundred bucks and you are “in for life”.
It is healthy to be skeptical going into any new program. But it appears that you are trying to tear these people down. Their online reputations and students speak volumes for themselves and rise above any per