Amazing Selling Machine X By Matt Clark & Jason Katzenback – Free Download
INSIDE BRAND BUILDER BLUEPRINT YOU’LL LEARN
The perfect business model and why NOW is the best time to start.
Our proven process to build a profitable brand on Amazon.
How to scientifically pick a product that’s a proven winner.
The proven process we use to find the RIGHT supplier for your product.
How to optimize and launch your product for maximum traffic and sales.
An incredible way to scale your business the same way that 7 and 8-figure sellers scale their businesses.
The Amazing Selling Machine (ASM) is, in the words of its co-founder Matt Clark, “…a training program and live event teaching entrepreneurs how to build real, fast-growth businesses selling physical products by leveraging the power of Amazon.”
The program, co-developed by Matt Clark and Jason Katzenback, costs $4,997 to up-front buyers and 6 payments of $997 to installment buyers. In exchange for that $4K, buyers receive the following:
An 8-week online training
Access to the mentorship program
Lifetime membership to the Amazing Selling Machine community and forum
Inside look at the private resource vault
8 Private Group Coaching Calls
Expert Product Listing Evaluation
Target Traffic Promotion by the ASM Experts to Your New Product
Build your own (mini)Wal-Mart
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.
Why only semi? One of the biggest issues with drop-shipping is keeping product costs down. Products that are bought cheaply can generate a hefty profit for the seller once they are marked up. This is exactly how Wal-Mart makes billions of dollars from seemingly low-priced goods.
But where is the average Joe or Jane Blow supposed to locate really cheap and fairly decent product? There are only so many hours in the day where one can go to garage sales or store liquidations.
The answer is China. ASM teaches its sellers to contact product manufacturers in China, obtain and test product samples and, if satisfied, order bulk quantities of those products. Such bulk orders can cost several or even tens of thousands of dollars, so it pays to know a niche product market well.
The next step is much easier: sellers sign up with Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) and ship all their product there. At that point, Amazon stores the inventory for those sellers as well as markets, sells and ships it. Thus, Amazon becomes the actual drop-shipper.