What’s the best Amazon course for YOU?

A couple of years ago there was only one major Amazon course: Steve Lindhorst’s Selling On The River. Now there are plenty to choose from. Here are some of the best – star rated out of five.

Selling On Amazon’s FBA Program ***

By Nathan Holmquist

This used to be paid – now it’s free. Selling On FBA has solid advice from Nathan on how to get the best from FBA. Does what it says on the tin – so don’t hesitate to download it. For a broader look at how to get the best from Amazon try these…

Selling On The River ***½

By Steve Lindhorst

Steve’s ebook was the first widely available Amazon selling guide. Amazon was building up a reputation as the place for selling physical goods online – and eBay sellers wanted to talk about it.

But they couldn’t directly recommend Amazon on eBay forums. Instead eBay sellers referred to Amazon as ‘the river’ to avoid getting banned.

And Selling On The River was perfect for seasoned eBay sellers who were becoming jaded with eBay and wanted to try another selling platform.

eBay has steadily become less of the ‘mom and pop’ seller platform it started out as, and moves ever closer to the sales methods used by Amazon. But Selling On The River still contains plenty of valuable information to start up or improve on your Amazon sales.

This was last updated in 2009. Amazon doesn’t go through changes like eBay does, but it would be good to get an updated version of Selling On The River for 2012.

Amazing Amazon Domination ****

By Dana Forsythe

Amazing Amazon Domination contains basic beginners information on how to sell on Amazon. If you suffer from information overload, this concise and easy to follow guide could be your best choice, instead of some of the more involved products that follow.

Selling Toys And Games On Amazon *****

By Jordan Malik

For price and quality Jordan’s guide was hard to beat in 2011. Now he’s fully updated Selling Toys And Games On Amazon for 2012.  There are 128 full colour pages with photographs that identify the exact items that are fetching top dollar on Amazon in the high demand toys and games niches.

Jordan’s update also includes information to help you sell on eBay.

Selling Toys And Games On Amazon is a great low cost guide for selling on Amazon the right way.

With one important proviso. This is only suitable for buyers in the USA who use amazon.com. Jordan’s advice is so pinpoint specific that it doesn’t apply to other countries and Amazon sites.

So that just leaves…

Proven Amazon Course *****

By Jim Cockrum

Jim’s just updated his Proven Amazon Course for 2012. It’s not cheap, but it’s the best Amazon online selling course that you’ll find.

This is far from being just Jim’s product. He’s tapped into the pool of Amazon experts on his MySilentTeam.com website including Suzanne Wells, Skip McGrath, Nathan Holmquist and Steve Lindhorst.

Subjects covered include selling used books, where to find FBA inventory and a new bonus product sourcing video that Jim originally sold for $1,400.

I’m a successful Amazon seller and I still got new information from this. I’ll keep coming back to the Proven Amazon Course to continue improving my Amazon selling skills.

A couple of years ago there was only one major Amazon course – Steve

Lindhorst’s Selling On The River. Now there are plenty to choose

from. Here are some of the best – star rated out of five.

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Selling On Amazon’s FBA Program by Nathan Holmquist ***
http://www.sellfba.com/

This used to be paid – now it’s free. Seling On FBA has solid advice

from Nathan on how to get the best from FBA. Does what it says on the

tin – so don’t hesitate to download it. For a broader look at how to

get the best from Amazon try these…

http://www.auction-eclass.com/images/selling-on-the-river.jpg
Selling On The River by Steve Lindhorst ***½
http://petebr.lindhorst.hop.clickbank.net?x=21

Steve’s guide was the first widely available Amazon selling guide.

Amazon was building up a reputation as THE place for selling physical

goods online – and eBay sellers wanted to talk about it.

But they couldn’t directly recommend Amazon on eBay forums. Instead

eBay sellers referred to Amazon as ‘the river’ to avoid getting

banned.

And Selling On The River was perfect for seasoned eBay sellers who

were becoming jaded with eBay and wanted to try another selling

platform.

eBay has steadily become less of the ‘mom and pop’ seller platform it

started out as, and moves ever closer to the sales methods used by

Amazon. But Selling On The River still contains plenty of valuable

information to start up or improve on your Amazon sales.

One complaint from me. This was last updated in 2009. Amazon doesn’t

go through changes like eBay does, but it would be good to get an

updated version of Selling On The River for 2012.

http://www.auction-eclass.com/images/amazing-amazon-domination.jpg
Amazing Amazon Domination by Dana Forsythe ****
http://1cbfdkhjf4sr5pe4eyx8xgpooa.hop.clickbank.net/

AAD contains basic beginners information on how to sell on Amazon. If

you suffer from information overload, this concise and easy to follow

guide could be your best choice, instead of some of the more involved

products that follow.

http://www.auction-eclass.com/images/jordan-malik.jpg
Selling Toys And Games On Amazon by Jordan Malik *****
http://paydotcom.net/r/114739/bruckshaw/26962469/

For price and quality Jordan’s guide was hard to beat in 2011. Now

he’s fully updated Selling Toys And Games On Amazon for 2012.  There

are … full colour pages with photographs that identify the exact

items that are fetching top dollar on eBay in the high demand toys

and games niches.

Jordan’s update also includes information that will help you sell on

eBay too.

Selling Toys And Games On Amazon is a great low cost guide for

selling on Amazon the RIGHT way.

With one IMPORTANT proviso. This is only suitable for buyers in the

USA who use amazon.com. Jordan’s advice is so pinpoint specific that

it doesn’t apply to other countries and Amazon sites.

So that just leaves…

http://www.auction-eclass.com/images/jim-cockrum.jpg
Proven Amazon Course by Jim Cockrum *****
http://paydotcom.net/r/109654/bruckshaw/26894400/

Jim’s just updated his Proven Amazon Course for 2012. It’s not cheap,

but it’s the best Amazon online selling course that you’ll find.

This is far from being just Jim’s product. He’s tapped into the pool

of Amazon experts on his MySilentTeam.com website including Suzanne

Wells, Skip McGrath, Nathan Holmquist and Steve Lindhorst.

Subjects covered include selling used books, where to find FBA

inventory and a new bonus product sourcing video that Jim originally

sold for $1,400.

I’m a successful Amazon seller and I still got new information from

this. I’ll keep coming back to the Proven Amazon Course to continue

improving my Amazon selling skills.

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