By Jordan Malik, MBA/MS & Award-Winning Amazon Pro Merchant & eBay Top Seller

Friday

Review: Proven Amazon Course

NOTE: This blog has moved to: http://www.HonestOnlineSelling.com

Hi, gang.

The Proven Amazon Course I've been talking about has been selling VERY briskly, but the price WILL go up soon.

Selling goods on Amazon can be INCREDIBLY profitable for you. Simply described, you find inventory locally for cheap (the course shows you how) and sell it on Amazon, usually for very big profit margins (80% to 600%). You can ship the sold items to customers from your home/office or ship ALL your inventory to Amazon, and they handle the sales and customer service.

Some readers have asked me to post a review (I did, see below). DISCLOSURE: I'm an affiliate for the course, AND I'm a Content Editor for the company behind it (MySilentTeam.com). So you will probably assume I'm biased, but I'm not - I'm pointing out the good and the bad here.

REVIEW of The Proven Amazon Course:

PROS:

- The course covers almost EVERY aspect of selling on Amazon. If you're a newbie or an intermediate, or even an 'expert' seller, there is something in there for everyone.

-Selling on Amazon can be EXTREMELY profitable and it's a LOT LESS work than blogging or doing SEO and even selling on eBay. If you are going to spend any money this year, spend it on a program that shows you almost 'bullet-proof' ways to make money, like this one.

- The course contains all the knowledge and strategies that took me (without the course) about a year to learn. I wish I had this course when I started because I  would have made LESS mistakes and MORE profitable decisions (i.e. what to sell, where to get inventory, etc.)

- The course contains advice, input and one-on-one dialogue from Amazon selling experts like Chris Green
(founder of FBAScout and FBAPower, two tools that many Amazon sellers use), Skip McGrath, Nathan Holmquist, and others.

- The course solves (among other things)  the #1 question I get from other Amazon sellers: "What do I Sell" or "Where do I find stuff to sell". This course tells you EXACTLY what to buy and where to buy it (but you have so many choices in products and locations anyway)

- The cost for the course is $149 (and it will go up to $189 soon, without notice). I paid $40,000 for a Boston University MBA 10+ years ago, and this course (unlike the MBA) is
an almost 'fail-proof' way to make income (if you follow the advice).

-Jim Cockrum (course leader) always offers a generous time period for a FULL money back refund if you're
not satisfied, and he ALWAYS honors his refund policy. Remember I am also BACKING Jim's guarantee (if you purchase the course via this link).

CONS:

-It's not really a step-by-step course in that it doesn't 'hold your hand' and put all the steps in order This is more of a 'dive in' course. If you're not well-organized and/or you don't ask for help from the course contributors (the help is included in the course fee), you might get overwhelmed

-Aside from the 2 guides I contributed to the course (which focused on what games and toys you can buy as inventory to sell, and where to find them), it is a *little* too heavy on the 'books and media' side of selling on Amazon. That's ok for folks who are newbies/intermediate, but experts who want to branch into more product offerings MAY be disappointed. (However, the course is a 'how to', so the principles and tactics you learn with the course can be applied to virtually any type of product you're selling on Amazon.)


>>>>>>> Check out the course here

I'd LOVE to hear your feedback, Good AND Bad. Click "Post a Comment' Below.

Stay Classy, Internet folks

-J.B. Malik, Founder, HonestOnlineSelling.com

2 comments:

lider01 said...

the course is good, only bad thing is that people are complaining that is very expensive. I started to recommend it and I made some sales but then raised the price and no one has purchased egain. Please leave the Ambition to one side and sell it for at least $139.00 and I assure you will have more sales...

J.B. Malik said...

@lider01: Hi lider01 the price is set by Jim Cockrum at MySilentTeam.com, I will forward the message on to him. But sales overall continue to come in for the course even at the $189 price point. More content is being added to the course frequently.

I often tell folks about the MBA I received from Boston University. That education cost me $40,000 - but I learned more 'real-world' money-making tactics from the Amazon Seller Course, than I did from my MBA program...Honest!

-J.B. Malik