Learn from Brendan Morris on how to sell an Amazon business. One way to be successful on Amazon is to create a successful business, sell it, start another business, and keep repeating the process. Brendan Morris, SellerCon attendee and Amazing Selling Machine member, shares his insight into this process and provides tips on how sellers can effectively build a successful Amazon business that people will want to buy. His tips include focusing entirely on cash flow, automating as much as the process as possible, strategically selecting smaller items to build up the brand, and doing a ton of research on keywords before starting out.
Most freelancers totally drop the ball when it comes to actually “getting” the job they apply for. They expect the client to drive the conversation forward, so they act very passive.
If you want to close clients, on your rates and terms, you need to have a sales plan laid out. You aren’t going to ask the client what the terms should be—you are going to tell them how things will go.
In this post, I will teach you the exact process for closing clients, getting the job, and ensuring the job goes smoothly.
“Amazon keeps changing my product titles. How am I supposed to produce more sales on Amazon if they keep doing that?”
Me: “What do your reviews look like?”
“Well, I have a lot of 1-star reviews. I have these really cool images showing how strong my product is. But, customers keep leaving one star reviews saying that the product is breaking in half when they use it.” Continue reading “Marketing Is Not the Answer”
I am not what Gary Vaynerchuk would call a ‘Pure-Bred Entrepreneur,’ because I spent many years working for other people before I answered my calling and started my own business. I followed a traditional linear route—high school, university, and then landed a series of good jobs working in advertising and direct marketing agencies. I worked for well-known agencies including TBWA and Publicis on clients that included Hewlett Packard, and Coca-Cola. Even though I did not recognise it at the time, my career choices were dictated by ‘what I was supposed to do’ or what society and family expected of me rather than what I truly wanted to do. I am sure that many of you can relate to this scenario. From an early age I had loved writing but wasn’t doing enough of it in my career. The word entrepreneur wasn’t used then as much as it today. Continue reading “Unleashing the Power of Content”