CleanTAS 452: (LIVE HOT SEAT) How to Grow and Scale a Brand to 7 Figures in a Crazy NICHE What does it take for leaders like you to build a robust brand in a very niche market? Where do you start? What tools and tactics do you use to attract traffic and build a following? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, 12/18/2017 Free View in iTunes
Jim Cockrum is the most respected online and doesn’t push stuff just to make a quick buck like most others do. He actually wants to give his readers VALUE, as well. If all the other IM marketers truly wanted to help their readers in this area, they would be affiliates for Jim Cockrum. But money seems to play a huge part in what is promoted.
Learn how to find, interview, hire, train and manage a team of Virtual Assistants in the Philippines for as low as $3/hour to help you run your Amazon business. This is an online training program that will help you automate and systematize your online business, freeing up your time to focus on what is most important.
You have to stop and realize it has been reported that …. up to 1/3 of all online sales in the US are done on Amazon. If those numbers are even close to being true, as a marketer, to not learn how to tap into that market makes no sense.
I have decided that buying low and selling high on amazon is the best way to go (for me at least). There are descent services that help you find products. I use FBAMyLife dot com, but FBAfinds is also good. These services find products for http://akhbarharian.com/news/amazing-selling-machine-course-evergreen-launch-2018-start-an-ecommerce-business/0045744/ to buy and resell (for a price of course). But they are helpful.
To be honest, there’s really no harm in doing a test run. Many IMers today are not making any money that’s why it’s hard for them to launch a test on Amazon for a few hundred bucks. There’s really no way to know if this product works or not. If it does work, then fine, just another avenue to earn more online. If it does not work, then it’s just a few hundred bucks. Nothing to cry about. Like I said if you’re truly making money online this should not be an issue. Don’t knock off the product if you’ve not tried it out.
CleanBIG AMAZON NEWS – Major Review Announcement and What it Means for Sellers (First Thoughts) There’s big news this morning (10/4/2016) from Amazon about their reviews policy. – I wanted to quickly shoot an episode your way to give you my first thoughts about what this means for you as an Amazon private label seller. – 10/4/2016 Free View in iTunes
100% true story here, but I had a friend do $500k on amazon in 2016 selling Small Office Type Trash Cans – and another person I know (just online) did $25k in September 2017 selling colored pencils (that person started in April of 2017 with ASM0
What a well laid out and informative review of Amazing selling machine. Selling on Amazon is something I’ve considered before but this has really put me off, and for good reason, so thank you. Affiliate Marketing looks a much better option. Wealthy Affiliate looks like a great way to get in to it, thanks for the recommendation.
The overwhelmingly positive reputation of the Proven Amazon Course and Jim Cockrum. Btw, I’ve now met Jim Cockrum in person twice and had dinner with his family. He is one of those rare people I call “The Real Deal” – down-to-earth, honest and humble. Someone who values serving others, with a vision to empower people to become entrepreneurs (which is one of the reasons he prices the PAC so affordably).
This is self-explanatory, this teaches you how to find product opportunities with high volume but low competition to sell on Amazon. You also will learn why labeling and designing your package is very important.
If they themselves truly believe their own hype about how easy it is to do this – How about they offer a full 1 year unconditional money back guarantee for the price of the course if you don’t make at least your costs back. Cause it may actually take that long for MOST people to recoup their $4k investment…if they ever do.
And again, misleading and simplistic. The issue that new retailers/importers have is that they simply do not usually KNOW when a Chinese company is producing products that infringe upon intellectual property rights because it’s so rampant, and somewhat accepted, to do so in China. So his concern is a very valid one that I completely understand. The risk of importing a product that is infringing is something that people should be aware of, especially in certain niches.