Alice Dominguez said the intersection near her grandchildren’s school can get busy in the morning as people drop off their kids or head to work, but that is no excuse for what she is seeing every morning.
CleanTAS 441: PL Part 2 – The 3 Step Formula for Finding Products and the 10x10x1 Strategy How do you know what products to start selling as you get started with your ecommerce business? What criteria should you use to help you sort amazing amazon seller the many product options in the marketplace? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, 11/22/2017 Free View in iTunes
Then I thought about it, Jim Cockrum has the courtesy to come on to these forums and represent his product and reputation. I do not see ASM coming on these forums. Thank you Jim ! Nothing in life is guaranteed but your course is a small cost for educating me in what might be a life changer. THANK YOU JIM !
In a nutshell, ASM teaches its members how to successfully drop-ship items via Amazon. That’s it. This revenue model is not exactly new; in fact, I mentioned online drop-shipping as a semi-viable work-at-home opportunity two years ago.
You can probably see this if you read through this entire thread, but at first I was critical of ASM mostly because of the price, then I became in favor of it after seeing great results myself. However, over the last couple of months, I realized that I sort of took my experience for granted and maybe gave too much credit to the course…and not enough to myself.
Of course, you need to ensure the quality of the product that you’re selling so perhaps some types of products are more suited to this model. For example, there’s not much that can go wrong with a spatula when compared to an electronic item. And I’d steer clear of any health-related product where you run the risk of being sued because you didn’t know what ingredients where in the product you were selling.
My teacher was Srini Ramineni and he did an awesome job. I found him to be a very knowledgeable instructor who knows his subject matter. He was very clear and thorough in every topic and I have gained a lot of knowledge from watching and listening to his lectures. As a visual learner myself, I have benefitted greatly from his labs demonstrations and the diagrams that he draws to elaborate on the key points that should not be missed by any future DBA. Without doubt, he knows how to break down even the most seemingly complex topic and he teach it in a way anyone can understand. As a student who took the recorded version of the training, I never felt alone or forgotten. Whenever I needed help, my instructor was available without fail and in a timely fashion. He made my learning experience to be fun and indeed, I enjoyed every step of the way.
Hi Janeiro, Amazing Selling Machine will open again on April 22. If you sign up my email list, you can start watching the pre-launch video from around April 13th. I heard the registration fee will go up, but I think it’s a small fee to pay compared with what you can make with it.
Note: This bonus will be made available to you when Module 4 is released and will be delivered via our ASM Masters members area, which you will receive access to via email within 72 hours of your purchase. You will be able to download and process up to 500 transactions per month with ManageByStats and send up to 2,000 messages per month with SellerMail. Additional transactions and/or messages will require a paid subscription plan.
First inventory = $1,000 (average estimate) (correct. HOWEVER, I and a few others started with $200. The problem is, when we run out of stock we had to wait. That is the problem, but I didnt have that that amount of money. My cost $200
Is there any hope for a seller who failed from their very first product launch? What does the recovery process look like? Is there any way to recoup value for the products manufactured? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott walks through how to respond when a product launch isn’t going as planned. According to Scott, one the most important steps in the process of recovering from a failed product launch is to examine the reasons why the launch failed. If you are able to place a finger on the reason why the launch failed that will help better position your next product launch for success. Learn more about recovering from a failed launch on this episode!
I agree with your analysis. I ran the numbers on what they were telling us to do and came up with 20,000 Amazon products at most to make the first two criteria cuts. Then there are several other important factors which will knock that 20,000 down again. Now add a course with possibly 2,000 highly motivated people (having spent $3497) who are all looking for the ONE big money product, and how many of the 2000 will come up with one? Sure, out of 2000 starters, a few will land a big one, “proving” the course. But I doubt that even 20 will land a big one, and that’s less than 1%. A post above mentioned that some beta testers did very well. I’ve not seen one single mention about the percentage of people in the beta test who even made back their investment. If it were my course, I would be recognizing the success of those who performed well. Sometimes the lack of evidence is evidence itself.