To be paid, you need to provide a bank account in a country supported by Amazon. Currently, we support bank accounts in the United States, the United Kingdom, and in the euro zone, which includes Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Spain.
Searching online, I actually found a few ASM-like courses that not only explain the concept of drop-shipping via Amazon or Ebay, but are even segmented into various industries so you need not buy extraneous materials that you’ll never use.
I would like to ask you, in your honest opinion, is the course worth it? Does it really spell things out for you and help you select the right kind of products to sell and tell you exactly how to rank them so they sell?
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.
Most people get stuck on picking a amazon selling machine review They spend the entire 8 weeks looking for a product paralyzed by fear. afraid that they will pick the wrong product or that there will be too much competition or that they will be scammed by their manufacturer and on and on and on.
Thanks for your feedback and sharing your experience of working with the Amazing Selling Machine, affiliate marketing, and Skip McGrath’s programs. And one thing I always preach on this site is the importance of community support.
There are various difficulties and mistakes to conquer and it is most likely to take at least 60-90 days prior to you begin seeing sales in your account. This is not a “make loan overnight” kind of business. You will need to choose which product to opt to start your Amazon business. Then comes sourcing. Most suppliers discover products in China. This is relatively included and gets take a while to arrange.
CleanTAS 242 – (Hot Seat) How to Optimize Current Product to Increase Conversions and Sales One of the things Scott and his friend Chris Schaeffer love to do to help private label sellers boost their sales is to do these “hot seat” episodes. It’s a real life Amazon product that is already selling that is submitted for review and suggesti 8/15/2016 Free View in iTunes
As to that first suggestion, the answer is easy. Only a small portion of buyers take action and an even smaller percentage achieve results. Just like most books bought are never completely read. So there would be a lot of starving marketers if their income depended on the results of what they sell achieving results by buyers.
CleanTAS 407: (Real Story) Growing from $20k to $400k in Less Than 12 Months by Changing Business Plan and Mindset! What does it take to get a growing and thriving ecommerce business off the ground and running? How do you know which products to pursue and where to drive your traffic? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, 9/4/2017 Free View in iTunes
Big brands run like well-oiled machines (most of the time, at least), but they don’t go past the basics. Yes, Walmart, Target, and Costco are absolutely trying to break into the online space, but in late 2014, Walmart was only doing 3% of its sales online…
Either that, or as a long time seller via both FBA and in house fulfillment, I’ve really missed some important aspects of selling on Amazon because in my experience only sellers with deep pockets willing to live on crumbs generate any sales.
Tony Griffin, Senior Vice President ASM, said: “We are moving into a new era at ASM with an even stronger focus on air services expertise and strategic airport management support, and the appointment of Ralph is testament to this new direction.
You are referring to Brett B. – one of our top students and now trainers! He has an entire outsourced operation going where he pays others to do extreme couponing for him and they send all the goods into Amazon FBA for insane profits virtually hands free.
*Disclaimer: Results may vary from person to person. We make no claims or promises whatsoever of your ability to generate income by using any of the information we provide. Results are never typical and will always depend on your ability to take action and apply skills and knowledge.
This training works. But the best training in the world will not amount to anything unless you actively participate and take action. So, we’ve implemented several tested and proven features to help you get the most out of the Amazing Selling Machine 8 and to build your own incredibly successful physical products business. These features include:
I don’t think this is a bad idea. Amazon is a unique marketplace, so you really need to understand how it works if you want to do well. Most people seem to grasp the overall dynamics of selling on Amazon pretty quickly, but I still see some people in the forums that just don’t seem to get it.
After you pick your product, you will learn where & how to find suppliers for your product. You’ll learn everything whether you want to source from the USA in case you sell things like supplements. And you will learn how to source from China mainly using Alibaba.
2) Once I have a handle on basics, if I feel I need to learn something, head over to Jim Cockrum’s course and start with that. This will cover 80-95% of what I’d learn at ASM for a fraction of the cost allowing me to put the money I’d otherwise spend into inventory, etc.
Are you sure your primary image performs best? How do you know your pricing is correct? Maybe you should reduce the price a little bit to increase conversions, without eating into your profit margin. Or maybe you should increase your prices. Unless you test, you just don’t know.
SEO is one of the important ways of getting traffic to website. So if you already know or you are still at idea generation process for your product, this will be a perfect suite for an online success.
Two years ago, I went through the Amazing Selling Machine program as a student. I had never sold a darn thing on Amazon before, and up to that point, and my business had been strictly about selling information products. Selling “real stuff” was actually a bit of a mystery to me.
CleanTAS 315: Understanding and Limiting Your Storage Fees + Live Video and Questions Does the recent news from Amazon regarding increased inventory storage fees have you worried? Are you scrambling to figure out what you are going to do about your shrinking profit margins? Don’t panic! Let Scott and Chris guide you through the informa 2/1/2017 Free View in iTunes
Do you ever find yourself in a lull wishing an opportunity would come by jumpstart something in your life to get you working toward your goals? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott shares a helpful challenge he’s put together to help sellers like you find that spark to get things moving. Use this opportunity to put away any lingering ex ……
The risk associated with importation is a reality, if you want to minimize this by not paying for ASM’s $5,000 training, you should go with Skip McGrath’s Complete Guide to Selling on Amazon/eBay. This alone will save you $4,850 dollars.
6.) I have sold on Amazon Fulfillment and with a good product that I have gotten at a good price but sometimes it does not really generate that much profit ..maybe 10%. Understand that on Amazon Fulfillment you pay lots of fees as as well as the commission and the cost to ship it to the Amazon warehouses
UPDATE: after thinking about what I have written, I decided to post margin. This is because of panorama indirectly calling me a lair. From now on I hope this puts all the nasty critics to bed. http://screencast.com/t/0uns55Cj as you can see, it clearly states $19.
Or in what categories will people give a chance to a less expensive alternative? Me personally (Philips) I have shelled out enough money on Sonicare and Clarisonic that I’d roll the dice on a less expensive competitor, if it was just as good.
But if you do find a great product where you can brand it and then get it ranked high, of course you can make that kind of money. Just good luck finding this product. If it wasn’t about that, then they would freely tell you which products they use.
I don’t participate in the FB group, but the podcast is full of great information. Scott is a nice guy that will answer pretty much any question thrown his way. I listen when I get a chance. Probably more so once I start getting more serious about PL.