Crowdsourcing is a way to circumvent the typical business model of ordering inventory then selling it. Why use crowdsourcing for Amazon products? With crowdsourcing, Amazon sellers can conduct market research to see if a product idea is viable, bring in customer support and a following, as well as generate purchases—all before ordering any inventory. This removes a lot of the risk of starting your own physical product business selling on Amazon.
Using the techniques and tips shared by Adam Ackerman in this training video, sellers will learn how to select products to sell, set their fundraising goals, market their product on sites like Kickstarter or Indiegogo, and bring money into new or established businesses.
Special Crowdsourcing Offer
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What is Crowdsourcing?
Crowdsourcing Business Model
Choosing a Product to Crowdsource
Setting a Crowdsourcing Goal
Matt Clark talks with Adam Ackerman about how to successfully utilize crowdsourcing to advance your Amazon business—without tying up operating cash flow in inventory order (especially before you know if the product idea will actually even sell). In the video, Ackerman, who has raised millions of dollars for various products, explains how to crowdsource using platforms like Kickstarter and Indiegogo.
Ackerman is currently providing a four part video series (with added bonuses) that starts with his video titled, “Learn How I Generated $566,112 in 45 Days
(And How You Can Too!)” At the end of the four part video series, viewers have a chance to get a lifetime membership to Ackerman’s “Crowdfunding Cash System and Community.” Here members learn the exact, proven steps Ackerman uses himself to leverage crowdsourcing to launch products and make money.
Watch the videos, get the bonuses, and sign up for membership here: http://bestsellerbadge.com/crowd
Important Note: Ackerman’s membership offer expires at the end of today, February 22, 2018. Continue reading “Amazon Crowdsourcing – How to Crowdsource an Amazon Product Before Ordering Inventory”