In this episode we go through Post Launch Monitoring: Time-Stamped Show Notes: • 00:40 – What is Post Launch Monitoring? • 02:22 – Keyword Rank Monitoring. • 04:01 – Example of a keyword change. • 06:06 – When to do a second launch. • 07:24 – What are Super URLs? • 11:30 – Dealing with / Tactics to get rid of negative reviews. • 13:05 – Danny’s recommendation on how to actually reach out to customers. • 15:22 – Stand Up Desk and tips keeping out with shape, body and health. • 17:43 – Action steps for post launch monitoring. Resources from This Interview: • https://sellics.com/ • https://www.amztracker.com/ • https://viral-launch.com/ • https://www.markethustl.com/ • https://www.feedbackgenius.com/
In this episode we go through Amazon PPC: Sponsored Ads. Learn how to steal sales from competitors, what the important terminology is, what are the key ways to set up your campaigns.
How do you deal with any roadblocks that may come up along your journey to Amazon success? Danny did plenty of research and preparation, which paid off in a big way, as he was quickly making $10,000 a month on Amazon after starting, and that soon soared even higher! However, an unexpected problem brought Danny’s success to a screeching halt, and he questioned whether or not his eCommerce business would be over for good. His 5-figure Amazon account was suspended, cutting off his source of income, and destroying what he’d worked so hard to create. In this episode, Danny shares the story of transitioning from being a carpenter to selling online, the innocent mistake he made that led to his Amazon account being suspended, and how he picked up the pieces and carried on. Show Highlights: How Danny moved from a blue collar job to selling online Is a 4-hour work week really a realistic expectation? Why Danny chose Amazon over other eCommerce options Choosing winning products Having a 5-figure Amazon account suspended Avoiding trademark infringements and Amazon rule violations What to do if your Amazon account becomes suspended. Resources: https://www.amazon.com/4-Hour-Workweek-Escape-Live-Anywhere/dp/0307465357 http://impacttheory.com/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hER0Qp6QJNU&ab_channel=DavidCrossman http://actualizefreedom.com/10
http://actualizefreedom.com/9 One of the most important factors in succeeding with your Amazon business is mindset. The wrong mindset and expectations can cause things to go wrong, and may even lead you to give up on your business far too soon. As Wilson reflects on his early days as an Amazon seller, you’ll hear about tons of mistakes that are common with new sellers. Armed with this knowledge, you’ll be that much farther ahead while starting your Amazon business. Whether it’s cutting corners for short-term savings that affect your business in the long run, starting at the wrong time of the year, or not taking the proper steps when sourcing products, you need to hear this episode before spending another second on your business! Show Highlights: The mindset shift that allows Wilson to make $10k a month selling on Amazon. Common beginner questions he had, such as: What is eCommerce? What is selling on Amazon? What is a PPC campaign? What is optimization? How to deal with suppliers, sourcing products, and samples. Should you visit the supplier in person? The scalability of eCommerce vs other businesses. Common, easily avoidable mistakes of new sellers. How cutting corners can have unintended long-term effects. The importance of a proper mindset. Resources: http://actualizefreedom.com/resources https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Effect-Darren-Hardy/dp/159315724X https://www.amazon.com/Slight-Edge-Turning-Disciplines-Massive/dp/193594486X
https://www.actualizefreedom.com/8 Rob Schad is a 20-year-old entrepreneur who made $275,000 in just 13 months of selling on Amazon. That includes $130,000 in a single month. Rob is currently building a digital nomad lifestyle, travelling and staying in different places around the world. Hear why a smart kid with a college scholarship decided to opt out and start a business instead, a move that paid off! Topics include: Why Rob decided to start a business rather than go to college Balancing work and play How much money Rob invested for his first Amazon product Rob’s unsuccessful second product and the lessons learned The launch strategy Rob used for his first product and his current launch strategy Why Rob wants to sell his business Advice for first-time Amazon sellers If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a 5-star review on iTunes! Links: Rob’s Twitter https://twitter.com/robbyyschad Rob’s Medium https://medium.com/@robschad Rob’s Facebook https://www.facebook.com/robbyschad Dana Derricks Copywriting Professor http://copywritingprofessor.com/
Whether you are a first-time seller on Amazon or are just now branching out and finding a supplier in China, it is time to develop the skills you need to communicate effectively with your manufacturer. Thinking critically about communication is essential for your profits and your success in online business. This is a time and money investment, but we know it is well worth it. It’s just time to put on your human decency and do the diligence that is due. You are not working with a computer; there is a real human on the other end of the Alibaba messenger. We want you to have an efficient and effective means of communication so that you can get to production quickly. We have generated a list of sample questions and laid out the best framework to help you communicate with suppliers in China. Avoid the most common pitfalls and eliminate frustration from your vocabulary with a few easy to execute strategies. Learn the skills that will allow you to communicate effectively with suppliers, and you will end up saving so much money and time. Take it from our experience and mistakes, there is a way to make the communication process painless and effective. Show Highlights: A few guidelines to get you started. Wilson’s sample questions to save you time. Make sure you find out the lead time. Check out the samples, and show that you are serious. Compare suppliers side-by-side. Cutting down communication time can save you money. Straightforward communication on both ends is essential. Red flags for suppliers. Number your questions and use pictures. Questions for evaluating samples. Strategies for working out shipping. Common pitfalls that new sellers need to understand. Resources: Actualizefreedom.com/resources Trademarkia.com