A price rise for Jim Cockrum’s Proven Amazon Course (my #1 recommended course for selling on Amazon) was announced a little over a week ago.
The price was set to increase yesterday, but in his recent podcasts Jim said, “buy PAC before the end of July when the price will increase.” So, to be consistent with that, the price rise is being deferred until next week.
The price WILL go up on Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2017.
In addition to the base Amazon course, these additional courses (which are sold separately) have already been added into the Proven Amazon Course’s membership area (at no additional cost to members):
The 100K Factory Revolution Course is now in week 10. I, however, am stuck at week 5’s training…
After doing my research, I identified a niche I thought would be good and built and stocked a Shopify store with products to sell. That’s the relatively easy part.
The hard part, as it is for every website on the planet, is driving traffic to that site.
Google doesn’t factor into that equation here. Besides, I’m fed up with relying on them to rank my sites and pages. The traffic method suggested by this course is to use Facebook ads. From what I can see, every course that’s come and gone that …
It’s been over a month now since I posted any update on my journey into eCommerce and building eCommerce stores. It has not been a smooth one.
Over the last few weeks, I’ve built a couple of Shopify stores. Since I’m not in the USA, but that is where my target audience is, the easiest payment processor to use is PayPal. The 100k Factory Revolution course I’m following recommends setting up a PayPal Business Account rather than using a Personal Account because I am supposed to be building a business after all.
Basically, PayPal needs to verify you and your business (I have a registered business name), so it involves sending in …
How do you assign a value to something? That value you assign will play a part in whether that thing is worth considering buying or not.
If you think the price is too low, maybe there’s a reason for that – the product isn’t that good so you’ll pass on it.
Likewise, if you think the price is too high, you may think the vendor is just trying to fleece you.
Perceived value pricing is now commonplace, and the greatest profit margins are drawn out from products that have developed remarkable levels of buyer faith, reputation and perceived quality and value.
This infographic looks at the psychology behind our perceptions, examining trends, …
One thing you start to see in the internet marketing world if you stay in it for any length of time is that there have been a lot of rehashed products and “new” tools which seem to do the same thing as tools you already use.
So with all the different ways to make money online and the variety of tools available to help people achieve their goals, what’s the most profitable business model out there, even for someone new to the online marketing game?
It turns out that one of those top performing business models is selling physical goods on Amazon (i.e. not acting as an Amazon affiliate selling stuff through …
Just today, an eagerly anticipated new website has been launched.
What’s this site about?
It’s an in-depth, step by step training course about how you can duplicate the systems that allow top students of the Proven Amazon Course to put their online businesses on auto-pilot by slowly building an incredible team of sourcing, shipping, packing and other workers who eagerly and happily work for you regardless of where you live, or what model of online business you are using!
And the course is being offered for 80% off using this link!
Who Made This Course?
The course comes from Jim Cockrum, the guy behind the Proven Amazon Course that I reviewed …