CleanTAS 342: (EPIC Show) The Secrets to Success from 7 Figure Business Owner and Testing Products Before Spending Cash with Noah Kagan What does it take to build a successful career? What lessons and habits do you need to learn to grow your business? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you will hear from successful business leader, Noah Kagan. Noah and Scott discuss, 4/5/2017 Free View in iTunes
AMS is not for the tire kicker. Unless you have 10 grand and you are not afraid to lose it the AMS is not for you. Buy a course, buy several courses, go to Amazon and watch their videos, learn how to make $100 a day and then learn how to increase it. You can go to any department store, garage sales, estate sales, flea markets, thrift stores, book sales, dollar stores and thousands of websites to find things to make a profit on. Can you create a listing on Amazon? Can you get your own UPC number? Can you write copy? Do all of these, find a supplier and you have your own product to sell on Amazon. Next thing you know, you have 10 competitors cutting you price. If you know the ropes, the ropes can’t trip you up. Crawl before you walk. Walk before you run. 10% of the people that buy the course are making money is a stretch, maybe 1% and this time next year that 1% will be gone. DANGER.
CleanTAS 214 : Ask Scott Session #63 – Your Amazon FBA Questions When you’re starting something new it’s great to be able to ask someone who has been down the path before you. That’s what these Friday “Ask Scott” sessions are for… an opportunity for you to ask Scott the pressing questions that are on your 6/10/2016 Free View in iTunes
Once you have established good amazon ad results then turn on facebook ads. However there is a very specific way of advertising on facebook that works extremely well. Since the recent facebook changes many using facebook ads are doing it wrong and don’t realise. I won’t go into it in this posting.
Just beware. The low hanging fruits that were all over the place 1-2 years ago are few and few in between. Many products that one year ago had 1-2 decent private label sellers now jay gray aliexpress 10+ copy-paste ASMesr with listings who all look the same. Some sellers have changed their strategy due to the influx of ASMers, and the not so smart ones have gone out of business. Also, there are a ton of products on Amazon, but many are not suitable for basic private labeling.
So many TAS followers love the chance to get Scott and Chris’ take on some of the issues and challenges they are running into as they build their ecommerce business. This is your chance to learn as the guys jump into another Hot Seat session. On this episode, they cover the 10x10x1 strategy, if it’s ok to launch a product with less than ten sal ……
CleanTAS 323: The Secrets to Getting Results After Attending a Live eCommerce Event + Random Rants with Steve Chou On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott interviews Steve Chou, a successful business leader, and entrepreneur. After years of building a thriving eCommerce business, Steve decided to take his insights and knowledge to help others get started in th. 2/20/2017 Free View in iTunes
CleanTAS 308 : What You NEED to Know about Sea Shipping and Freight Forwarding Probably the most intimidating thing about sourcing products for private label sales from an overseas supplier is the issue of shipping. There are all kinds of issues that you have to be aware of including export licenses, taxes, 1/16/2017 Free View in iTunes
If you copy the design of a Prada purse and call it your own, you will get a friendly call from their lawyer. Now, if you improve or alter their design significantly, then you at least have a good defense in the court.
CleanTAS 253 : Ask Scott Session #76 – Your Amazon FBA Questions This is the podcast that teaches you, step by step, how to find, source, purchase, list, and sell your own private label products on the Amazon sales platform. It’s The Amazing Seller with Scott Voelker. This is one of our Friday episodes where Scott 9/9/2016 Free View in iTunes
If it’s not a good product or of value, I recommend a better alternative to those who are really interested in making money online. You can see the products I recommend under my Resources Tab in the section called Good Reviews.
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In theory, it sounds pretty easy to private label and, for the most part, it is not that difficult to find the product, create the listing, and get it shipped to amazon. But if you’re selling kitchen ladles or whatever, sure, you can private label your own and own the listing. But there are (or seems to be) way more separate listings. So what’s the difference between the front-runner that has 500 reviews and yours? So now you have the difficult task of getting traffic to those listings (and reviews) to get the ball moving.
CleanTAS 262 : Ask Scott Session #79 – Your Amazon FBA Questions If you have questions about Amazon private label sales one of the best things that could happen for you is to be given the opportunity to ask an experienced Amazon seller the specific questions you have. That’s what you get on this episode of The Amaz 9/30/2016 Free View in iTunes
Hi Todd, I discovered Amazing Selling Machine through Project Life mastery on youtube. I’m not sure if you’ve come across any of their informative “selling on amazon videos”, but it explains how it doesn’t cost that much to create your first niche product. In addition, that it’s not too costly due to choosing a lightweight product to start out with. I was wondering if you would agree with that.
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Hmm…I guess we came to the same conclusion, but my line of thinking is very different. The reason I don’t think her strategy would be very good goes back to the whole difference between selling your own brand (private label) vs selling someone else’s brand (retailing). It’s been discussed many times throughout this thread and as part of the ASM launch that it’s not worth describing in detail unless someone has specific questions. In short though, it’s a bad strategy that would be more likely to backfire on you.
it teaches you more than any other course online ASM does…..it has everything requireed to get you up and selling your private label or anything and i think its worked for more than enough people who take action and do as is required. you cant help non action takers…..no other course has software that i know of or email systems or seo systems. i think in a sense that is fully comprehensive to the best degree you can get
I could go on and on, but i think i covered the main points that are important. As to whether i thought it was a good investment, i would say yes, i am happy with the course. There is good and bad, but that is the case with any course, but overall, it is solid. It would be BETTER if it delved more into resolving the negative stuff (like the above), but I guess you can’t be perfect.
CleanTAS 457: ASK Scott Session #141 – Daily Business Tasks – Hijackers – Launch List and Coupon Codes Get ready to ring in the new year with another session of Ask Scott here on The Amazing Seller podcast! This is the place where you’ll find the energy, passion, and motivation you need to go out there and continue to reach your goals and build your ec 12/29/2017 Free View in iTunes
5. Get a good idea of if your product is selling – Even though eBay isn’t your end goal, search the product and hit the completed listing to the left to see how much of that product is selling. Consider if its all brand name or no name and know that it’s simple to stand out of the no names…create a logo (I did mine on fiverr and got it revised once I knew I had a hit) and watermark it over no name products. Make sure you take the pic and its not the same pic the factory sends…that means anyone can have access to that pic, thus you won’t stand out.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could get the right people in place to scale and expand your ecommerce business? For some TAS followers, this may be a little too much “cart before the horse” type thinking but many of you are ready for expansion now and need help. If that’s not you, bookmark this episode of The Amazing Seller podcast featuring outso ……
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I joined ASM2 (after rejecting out of hand ASM1). My start-up costs were just over $1,000. Total. This included the product, shipping from China, branding and images. I have done exceedingly well on top of this.
This is not to say the ASM program is no good, or that they guys running it are unethical. But be aware they are getting very critical marketing data from all their members. And there is no doubt they will use this data to rank their own products in the future.
Private labeling is definitely the route to go if you want to make money on Amazon….actually, it’s the route to go if you want to make BIG money on Amazon. If ASM is what opens your eyes to the possibilities, then so be it. I kinda doubt that there is that much there that is going to make the difference between success/failure, but I could be wrong. The x-factor is your ability to spot an opportunity and then know when to pull the trigger.
Again, I don´t promote ASM (to most here I absolutely say “don´t do it”) but to me ASM2 was close to as good and clear as it could be. A great course with tons of useful material and very well structured.
Are you ready to start off 2018 on the right foot? What steps can you start making right now that will set you up for success in the new year? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott jump right into the New Year spirit with a bang! He covers long term and short term goals, the importance of identifying your “Why,” how to create a roadmap t ……
Hmm…that comparison is a little bit of a stretch, but I see what you’re saying. My comment may have made it sound like there were many more issues of the course providing wrong information, but I’d say issues like this are pretty limited. I certainly wouldn’t characterize the course as a “dodgy car”.
Don’t get me wrong. I’m not saying they aren’t – but it certainly did take up a great deal of the webinar time in two different spots. I’ve purchased from Jason Katzenback (w/Jason Potash) before and he did excellent video tutorials and I believe he has a very good reputation. I do not know Matt Clark.