Amazing Selling Machine
Amazon Selling Machine is yet another product that takes on the growing trend of using Amazon.com to make money online. For about a week or two, much hype was made for this course. Top internet marketers including Jason Fladlien and Wilson Mattos partnered with Amazing Selling Machine creators Jason Katzenback and Matt Clark. But with the infamous $3500 price tag, it is easy to be skeptic about what the course actually is and whether it can deliver its $100,000 profit promise.
The doors to the Amazing Selling Machine is officially closed by March 21st. But that doesn’t mean we could not talk about it, right? Well, read on to find out what is in this course. Check out the official website to sign up for alerts.
The Amazing Selling Machine
The Amazing Selling Machine was created by two internet marketing giants, Matt Clark and Jason Katzenback. Matt claims to have sold almost $700,000 and Jason with $355,000 with 50% profit margin in the first two months of 2013 on Amazon.
The course comes with an eight-week training and access to forums. There will also be an automation software that can be used for two years.
What Amazing Selling Machine Promises
The courses promises its members three things:
- Make your product convert better than similar products
- Systematically get product reviews (possible on complete auto-pilot)
- Get a burst of traffic “to show Amazon your products is HOT”
Seven Steps to Amazon Profits
During the course, Jason and Matt will talk in detail about the seven steps to its “Ultimate Promotion System” and here’s a preview of what these steps are:
- Register a Seller account on Amazon (Costs $39.99 for professional account)
- Pick a product to sell.
- Create a product detail page.
- Get three views for the Amazon product.
- Create a simple how-to video for your product and post it on YouTube.
- Write a press release or your Amazon product.
- Set up and implement a “Review Every Day” system
Of course, Jason and Mat will discuss exactly how all these steps should be executed.
Finding Products to Sell on Amazon
If you have had prior experience to selling products on Amazon, it is easy to find the value in the Amazing Selling Machine. But if you have zero experience in that, the first question that pops into your head is this: how do I find products to sell on Amazon?
To find product opportunities, the Amazing Selling Machine will talk about these avenues:
- Find product-sourcing sites such as DOBA
- Check the Amazon Best Sellers list
- Find suppliers
Jason and Mat also said that to find out if you have a “killer” Amazon product, you need to pick one in the $7 to $40 price range and has a private label potential.
The duo also talked about the top products on Amazon today:
- Silicone spatula
- Shaker bottle
- Tea tumbler
- Olive oil sprayer
- Hand knife sharpener
- Cellulite cream
- Indoor pet potty
- Pet nail trimmer
- Toy helicopter
- Glow stick bracelets
- Yoga mat
- Ear plugs
- Stability ball
- Lifting straps
- Yoga block
- Coconut oil
- Escape hammer
Rising on Amazon’s Rankings
The key to Amazon selling success is to rise above the search results on Amazon. There are literally millions of products in this site so you need to be at the first page of every ranking. According to the Amazon Selling Machine course, here’s how you do that:
- Use high value search keywords
- Don’t focus on competing on the bestseller lists
- Keep a RED system to get a competitive advantage
Automating Your Amazon Business
Every internet marketer wants a business that could run on auto-pilot. The business should also be scalable, right? Well, if you are selling actual products online, is that even possible? According to the Amazing Selling Machine, it is very possible.
Online retail has gone a long way and the Amazing Selling Machine course will show you how to use this blueprint:
With the help of this course, your business will have six main steps to it:
- Add your product on your account
- Send inventory to Amazon Fulfillment
- Wait for orders
- Monitor inventory levels
- Check for customer messages
- Get paid every 14 days