“matt clark of amazing selling machine google analytics certificate course”

Sponsored Ads “Stealth Method” Ben uses this technique to virtually GUARANTEE that his Sponsored Ads Campaigns are profitable, when he launches new products. (It’s NOT what you think, and you’ve never heard this technique before).

There are several good things about the Amazing Selling Machine system that lend to its high rating. The program is broken down thoughtfully and has easy to follow steps that make learning the system intuitive. Additionally, with all of the fulfillment being done by Amazon, you won’t need to build or host your own website or blog.

The Amazing Selling Machine program is really amazing! People like Brendan Morris have made over $30 million in the last year. You can watch his Story in this Facebook Page: Here’s the Live Video: https://AmazingSellingFacebookSessions.com/

Please don’t quote me out of context. Right below the portion of the post you quoted, I pointed out that you didn’t take product costs into account, so I clearly wasn’t only talking about FBA fees. Also, your original comment was:

Q: Panorama – You said that there is lots of value in the forums. Do you know if we (as new users in ASM3) gain access to old forum posts (from ASM 1 & 2) once those modules open up? Or are we in our own little forum universe with just our group of ASM3 peeps? (regarding post #657)

Just as an example, compare it to a course that teaches you how to invest in real estate. I think it would be hard to say that there’s no opportunity to make money, but you have to follow best practices and search out the right opportunities.

How to create a perfect product page? The answer is inside with 12 lessons. They teach you how to craft the perfect Amazon listing, strategic keyword research, and make a traffic grabbing product title. The result you get is what differentiates you from others and get you more views, more clicks.

This ASM module consists of 14 lessons, and goes into some of the supporting items you’ll need set up for your business, such as a Brand Facebook Page, a brand website, Youtube, Twitter, Pinterest pages etc.

In addition, if you balk at the price, you’re probably in the wrong game. With a price tag of about $5,000, Amazing Selling Machine may be the most expensive business training that you ever purchase. You’ll also have startup costs of about $2500 to get your product made, a label designed, etc. If a $5,000 business investment scares you, then stay out. Personally, I’ve never seen a $5,000 business produce such incredible results in such a short amount of time, and I’ve been in a lot of business (heck, the restaurant I owned cost me $225,000 and I’m yet to make a dime from it… and my college degree cost me $80,000 and I don’t even know where it is).

I did try to learn the info in it but it was so bland that not knowing about how to brand products or anything it did not make sense to me at all.I learned more about branding and how to brand a product watching Matt & Jason’s google hangout yesterday for 2 hours then I did watching all the videos in The Proven Amazon System.

Having said that patents are very specific. Once I was retailing (not private labeling) a wall clock and got a cease and desist from someone who inherited the intellectual property rights to a patent of a wall clock from someone else. I politely sent them a response stating they should learn about IP law before trying to threaten people because they could be counter-sued. You can’t patent “wall clocks” you can patent a very specific design for them, but a different design doesn’t necessarily violate your patent.

Just purchased this product because it seemed reasonable for what I want to do. Not necessarily interested in private label at this time, but I am hoping the other information can help me to grow my business. I started selling on Amazon about 2 years ago after purchasing another basic, reasonable coarse, not mentioned here. It was a great coarse and enough to help me get started. I am now wanting to grow and thought that this coarse was the right price point for that. I am sure that it will help me because of their reputation and can’t wait to dive into it. Thanks, just what I was looking for.

I don’t need to be an epic success as Bayking points out in Post #565. I would just like to be moderately successful and make about $1,000 – $2000 a month using these systems. Anything more than that would be great, but let’s just get to a point where I can cover food and rent first. It would be nice to see a few more people targeting middle of the road instead of massive pay days or just writing it off entirely without much support.

Josh, thank you. I am interested in the community mindset. I have experience marketing and selling products. I am looking for like minds that are serious about discussing ideas. I am not interested in paying for a mentor.

Because let’s face it. When it comes to business, it’s not just what you know, it’s also who you know. And the best way to meet other successful entrepreneurs is in a casual, fun environment where you can strike up a conversation with an ecommerce millionaire, a conversion expert, an Amazon guru or an A-level copywriter.

Well based on what some people have written, this is a multi million dollar launch and they seem to be positioned to clear at least seven figures after paying out affiliates. So yeah, cashing out that kind of money is a good motivator. Selling information doesn’t have cost of goods sold like selling tangible products so I’d do it too!

First off, that is great news you are doing very well with private labeling. Secondly, I think this is a conversation on much to do about nothing (spiting hairs.) With that being said, you may have missed it, but let me point it out to you, quote:

The product I decided to start with has many sellers on Amazon claiming to be organic but none are certified organic. I decided to get my product certified organic in order to be the only seller on Amazon with that certification. I believe it will give me an edge over all of them and will certainly give me a great unique selling point.

2. Right after the cancellation period is over, that is Module 6, the team makes no effort. The quality of modules afterward dropped significantly. It is like telling the members, ” We don’t care now because you cannot cancel it any more. ”

Many people don’t ready it because it’s below everything else, however use it as an opportunity to tell what product is and who it serves. Lace http://markets.financialcontent.com/startribune/news/read/35644596 with keywords. Make it flow naturally and don’t overdo it.

I really doubt that Jason and Matt are trying to get one over on people. There is a large group of successful people in the info product space jumping on board here. We simply want to learn how to use some of our marketing skills to give us an advantage in the Amazon marketplace.

I have a slightly different take on the topic of “getting ranked” on amazon. While I value the skill set you are willing to teach, I’m hearing from numerous sources that Amazon (much like google) is doing everything it can to avoid the manipulation of search results by sellers…and they are getting aggressive about it.