An entire module is dedicated to the product selection process (this is the most tedious step of the process, be patient while you’re searching, but do not overthink it. You will not be perfect from your first product. Just pick one & go on.)
Account creation and fundamentals- This module explains how to set up your business with Amazon seller. It also explains to you how to do a proper analysis and choose the product that will sell well on amazon.
I’ve listened to a lot of them and Scott’s is the best fit for me and my business. From the guests (Chris, the Candy Man, Greg Mercer, etc.), to the questions in the Ask Scott sessions, to the explanations in Terms of Service changes, I get a ton of useful content multiple times per week! Thanks Scott!
CleanTAS 406: Ask Scott Session #125 – Open Brand Questions – Be My Competitor – Shipping Costs HIGH It’s time to jump into another exciting session of Ask Scott here on The Amazing Seller Podcast! This is the place to get motivation and insight that you need to fuel you on your journey to building your own ecommerce business. On this episode, 9/1/2017 Free View in iTunes
What people would realize that the $3500 course isn’t what made them successful. They were going to be successful once they decided to master Amazon and it was their commitment that made them successful.
If you have some money to waste, then maybe buy ASM and check it out. Personally, I STILL believe that you’re better off just starting off by selling SOMETHING in your house and then build your way up from there. I think the people that are successful with FBA would have been successful anyways; once they put their money to selling on FBA that is.
What impressed me the most about the program is how detailed and step-by-step everything is. Everything was SO EASY to go through and take action on, that I believe that ANYONE can succeed with this program.
You don’t try to compete with a large brand, you try to compete with a smaller/medium size brand that has no marketing skills. There are not many manufacturers selling on Amazon, therefore there aren’t many people that have a vested interest in getting as many product reviews as possible. Just by doing that one thing, you’ll give the allusion (over time) that your brand is as powerful as their brand.
For those of you who have mentioned your monthly numbers, what were your numbers before implementing the SEO tactics that ASM teaches? In other words, what were your numbers while relying completely on Amazon traffic? (i.e. Did your numbers peak at $10K/month within Amazon, and adding SEO took you to $30K/month, etc)
Thanks, Jeff. At first, I was hesitant to tell people about a program with such a high price as ASM. But after seeing how much it has benefited those who were able to sign up for the course, I quickly changed my mind. However, even then, I’ve had some hesitation about taking the plunge and investing so much money into the program. Finally, I drew up a plan – to save X every week for this and as soon as I can afford to pay half of the price up front, I would join the next edition. Which is NOW ?
I know it’s not uncommon in the IM business, but if that’s what you’re doing, I personally think its a pretty crappy thing to pitch your services over and over again on a thread about the course you’ve basically lifted the info from.
CleanTAS 269 : Is Private Label DEAD Now? (New Plan) There’s a lot of stress being felt in the private label community since Amazon has made changes to its product review policy. But is it living up to the doom and gloom we’ve heard from some people? Scott doesn’t think so. In fact, 10/17/2016 Free View in iTunes
Sales of 50 units per day (1,500/month) is probably a much more achievable goal for the average person, and with a $25 product / 40% margin, you’d be generating $15k profit per month in profit. Still not too bad.
Thanks for your response, thats pretty much what I have been attempting, but no luck so far, the problem is finding the product that you can buy as a generic, and sell with or without your own branding. It seems like many many sellers are doing the same thing, at least sellin generic versions.
Actually, Ryan, your single post just got me HUNDREDS