Learn how to drive traffic to Amazon through content marketing. Jason Katzenback introduced Shane Oglow and Norm Farrar to explainhow to maximize content to drive traffic and sales to your Amazon listing (while minimizing marketing efforts). They share the importance of maximizing a single piece of content, their step by step guide for maximizing content, and additional insights to make sure content is driving Amazon traffic and sales.
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Danna joined the Amazing Selling Machine community a year ago to learn how to sell on Amazon, step by step. She has already hit $200k in sales. She built her Amazon business selling in the U.S market while living in Panama and working a full-time job. She shares her insider tips for testing product listings to rank on Amazon, reinvesting to grow the business quickly, launching a second product, and building a customer email list.
During her interview with Mike McClary and Matt Clark, Danna explains how after finishing her Amazing Selling Machine training and launching her product, she began to see a couple of sales a day. Every day Danna worked to read and learn how the Amazon market operates, and within two months her products sales exploded. Inventory she thought would last a month ended up only lasting her a week. Continue reading “How to Sell on Amazon, Step by Step”
Your email list is one of the most important assets that you can have in an online business.
It doesn’t matter if you sell physical products or digital products and services. When you have a small targeted email list, it’s easier to start any business in any niche, because you have instant access to a database of potential customers who are interested in what you want to sell.
It’s not easy to build an email list, especially when you are just starting out, but there are a few methods that you can use to get great results.
Here are the 5 easiest ways to start building your email list:
Use inserts. If you sell physical products on Amazon, or on your own website, add an insert—tell your customers to go to your website or landing page and enter their name and email address in exchange for something you give them for free. You can give them an extended warranty for their products, a discount code for future purchases, an ebook, or even a video course. Your imagination is the limit for what you can give them for free, in exchange for their contact information.
Create educational content (articles) on your website, and share them through social media in groups interested in your niche. Try to rank these articles on google and other search engines for specific targeted keywords, in order to get traffic to them. On your website, add different types of opt-in forms (sidebar opt-ins, pop-ups, or hello bars). Once you get traction with this, it’s a never ending source of free leads.
Build a landing page and drive traffic to it. This can be one of the most effective methods if you get it right. First of all, think of something that you can give away for free to your subscribers. Make sure that what you are giving away is related to what you want to sell, so that it makes sense to customers when your promote it to them in the future. After this is ready, start driving traffic to that landing page (using Facebook Ads, Google Ads, Bing Ads, or other types of paid traffic). Make sure to test this and tweak it many times before you get the optimum conversion rate—but once you do that, scale as much as you want.
Create a Facebook group. The admin of the group can ask members a set of questions before they join the group. One of the questions might be for your members to give you their email address in order to join the group. Grow your group to the stage where it gets organic traffic— a few member requests every day. Once you get the group to that stage, be sure that you also have good content, good branding, and great interaction in the group, so that people will recognize the emails they get from you. This method is free, and if your group grows larger and larger, you will get more member requests every day (which means more email subscribers every day).
Build a YouTube channel. Start creating tutorial videos for your niche, which you can easily rank for targeted keywords. The more videos you upload and rank, the more free targeted traffic you will get from Youtube. In the video description, add a link to an opt-in form or landing page where people can go and subscribe to your email list. Be sure to point this out at the end of the videos! This method has two advantages: First, you build a following on Youtube, and second, you build your email list using free targeted traffic.
These 5 methods of growing your email list are the easiest to start with, and the most cost-effective. The majority of them don’t even require driving paid traffic!
Now it’s time for you to take action and start using the methods that are the best fit for you. Focus on one method at a time until you make it work, then scale by moving on to a different one.
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Learn how to start selling on Amazon with these tips from Tiffany Estey and the Amazing Selling Machine (ASM). Tiffany tells her success story and provides tips on how you can structure your Amazon business, schedule, and success to meet your personal goals. She explains the process of getting started selling physical products on Amazon, how to build a brand, using pay-per-click marketing, focusing on your goals, and using the ASM techniques to brand and market yourself.
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Mike McClary interviews Tiffany Estey, who has gone from barely making ends meet to running a successful Amazon business after taking the proven amazon course—Amazing Selling Machine. In the video, Tiffany shares her story and explains how she got started in selling on Amazon. She explains that she was a pregnant single mother and was struggling to make ends meet. Her second child was due in January and Tiffany decided to make a change. She knew she wanted to be home with her children, but also needed to pay the bills. She got a laptop in November, took an ASM course, launched her first product, and made a sale within ten days. She now makes as much as $65k in a month.
Starting an Amazon business made sense for Kristy Verity after learning about the Amazing Selling Machine (ASM) training course. She felt stuck in her corporate job and decided to make a change. Through the teachings of ASM, Verity started her own business selling physical products on Amazon. Over the past 4 years, she has since built her brand, launched multiple products, and sold millions of dollars in product internationally. Here she offers her tips on product cost, product selection, launching additional products under your brand, reviews, and marketing with Amazon sponsored ads.