CleanTAS 349: Ask Scott Session #107 – Bundles – Testing Products That are gated – Trumps Import Tax Celebrate and Reflect on Milestones It’s tempting to just breeze past the little steps that you have taken on your journey toward success – DON’T! It’s very important to slow down to celebrate and reflect on the milestones you have reached along y 4/21/2017 Free View in iTunes
Heck i could be wrong, maybe this is the greatest product ever made (but I swear I see that once every couple months lol) but experiencing what I got for $1k last time this is a definitely a no brainer…dont buy!
CleanTAS 246 : How to Get More “REAL Reviews” to Help Increase Your Sales One of the most important parts of running a successful Amazon private label business is making sure you are establishing your brand and products as high quality and reputable. A HUGE part of doing that is getting honest reviews from your customers. 8/24/2016 Free View in iTunes
I used the Free Videos they released last year actually sourced a high selling product got the logo done on Fiverr used Alibaba found a great chinese company and have a good contact now for lots of future products.
For those of you that have been around long enough, around 8 years ago Stompernet was launched with an annual membership price of close to $10K. At least with that, you were tackling something that was a little tough to navigate on your own. Sourcing products, building an e-commerce site, email marketing, analytics, testing, etc.
CleanTAS 442: PL Part 3 – How to Find Suppliers and Source Your Products Once you’ve validated and tested the products you want to feature as you start your ecommerce business, you have to take the next step, finding suppliers. Where do you even start to locate and develop a relationship with suppliers? 11/24/2017 Free View in iTunes
I’m not dogging ASM for their product because I can already tell the product is way better than PAC. The product itself is probably pretty good; I’m just not sure it’s worth the price. They did a nice job outlining the process in the free videos and the x-factor is your own ability to evaluate opportunities. I think you’re paying for a lot of high-margin/low value add-ons that aren’t really going to move the needle (eg. 7 software tools (not disclosed what they are) and 3-day event). I might be alone in my thinking, but I question the ability of most training courses when it comes to “delivering alpha”.
The value of the program is not worth the price. Sure there is good content but it is really basic. I personally know a person who signed up for the ASM and was really disappointed because she felt the content did not justify the price at all. By the way she is a true guru who was a single mum struggli