THe broad brush that Malik paints with regard to private-labeling is ridiculous. Sure, I wouldn’t want to private label some health supplements, but I’m not sure I would be ready to eliminate the possibility of selling thermal printer labels in my own packaging. It’s the equivalent of calling the entire e-commerce industry “risky” because of potential problems associated with poker websites.
If that branch sells only 150 bikes during one week, the next shipment is still going to be for 200, as that is the proven average. Unless there is some sort of news event swaying public opinion on helmets, the best guess for the next week is the average is still 200, despite the previous bad week.
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Instead of offering you bonuses that will do you ZERO good and have nothing to do with the course like pre-built websites (why??) or even iPads (fun, but WON’T help with your business) – I have a few AMAZING bonuses that will 100% help you achieve better results with the course.
Hi Guys, I’ve joined ASM 5 months ago through Jason fladlien’s mainly because he offers ”The Guarantee of profit”. I was skeptical that this business model would work for me and the guarantee of profit gave me the illusion of security.
If you want to make money online and start an online business without any risk, then affiliate marketing is your cup of tea. Especially if you can take some time and dedicate it to creating a niche website business. You’ll save yourself thousands of dollars. It may take $500 dollars for your first year of creating an affiliate based online business.
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1. There are numerous sourcing strategies in the ‘Proven Amazon Course’. We have multiple students who are doing thousands in sales daily using a variety of strategies. Originally the PAC course was primarily about “arbitrage”, but now we have students buying crates from China, buying http://www.snjtoday.com/story/37326182/news liquidation lots, importing globally, partnering with large corporations for inventory, finding hot sellers at trade shows (that they don’t even have to attend), white labeling successfully using our course etc. I could go on.
Now as an affiliate for ASM, I’m still proud to say that I made money knowing that I’m going to be helping real people move forward in their lives. The doors will be closed in less than two hours, so this isn’t affiliate salesmanship – I’ve personally experienced how it changed my life within a few months, and it’s not due to some loophole or blackhat strategy that will stop working with an algorithm update. It’s about learning how to effectively fulfill real demand for an existing product.
As you look at the various FBA courses out there, I think it’s wise to remember that Amazon is pretty unforgiving when it comes to gaming the system. So if you see a course that talks about getting you only 5 star reviews for your product, or having secret software that will blast your product to the top of your Amazon niche, think long and hard about the consequences. If you’re serious about FBA, I’d avoid anything that might put your Amazon account at risk. They’re not blind and they have algorithms that track volume and other stats.
Regarding PRs, I didnt say I use PRweb, I was just confirming what someone else mentioned. I do use PR services but more high quality and high price ones now. With that being said, PR DO work, how do I know? One of my products were featured on a well know popular site in USA and the traffic to my product was massive and I also created an optin for another PR to test (that is another topic of conversion). It does depend on the distribution network one uses. Which is why I dont use PRweb, but it is a starting point. Personally any type of PR service that promotes serps increase I would stay away from. But as I said, starting with ASM tool is a starting point on budget.
The only catch so far is you do need some capital to really be successful at this. Not a fortune but I would say you need at least $1-2K on top of the training cost and I’m sure that leaves a lot of people out. The old saying that it takes money to make money really does apply here.
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