TAS068 : (Case Study) The $500 Product Test That Validated A WINNER!

How do you go about finding those winning products that you can sell as a private label item on Amazon FBA?

In this episode of The Amazing Seller Scott highlights a post from the TAS Community on Facebook where a member outlined an experiment he did to find a winning product. This guy (his name is Christ) outlined exactly what he did, step by step, including the numbers on what he spent for the product, how long it took to get set up, and what he did using pay per click ads to get the sales going. You’ll want to hear this one.

The TAS facebook community is here for you!

This episode proves that you can learn from each other and from Scott’s interaction in The Amazing Seller Facebook group. It’s a free community that you have to request to join, but you should be approved within a short amount of time. It’s a no-spam community, so one strike and you’re out. But if you join up and take action on what you learn, you can be in the same shoes as Chris, who was featured on today’s podcast and be making money with your own private label products and Amazon FBA.

Get creative with an email follow-up campaign following the purchase of your products!

You don’t have to sit back and wait for the customers who have purchased your products to review your items on their own. There’s a lot of ways you can be proactive and generate comments and reviews of your product and business on Amazon. In this episode of The Amazing Seller you’ll hear about Scott’s recommended email sequence to encourage reviews from those who have purchased your products, and learn how that impacts the ranking and profile of your products on Amazon.

Will you take The Amazing Seller Challenge?

Facebook group member Chris ended his case study by challenging everyone in the community to take steps to find and list their own private label products on Amazon through FBA. Given the details he provided of his own experiment, Chris believes that anyone can get at least the same results he got if they are simply willing to set aside the $500 and put in the work. There are no excuses. You can do it and free yourself up to run your own business if you’ll just put action to the knowledge you gain from this podcast episode

So what are you waiting for?

Look through your average week and find the cash from your current expenses. If you really want to make a living from your own online FBA business, you can do it through little sacrifices. How about skipping one coffee or beer a week? How about trimming down the number of times you eat out? There are many, many ways you can find the money to get started in your own Amazon business. This case study proves it. Listen in to find out what Chris achieved and to get inspired to do something similar for yourself.

You’ll learn all of that and much more on this episode of The Amazing Seller with Scott Voelker. Be sure to check out the outline and links mentioned in this episode below!


  • Hello from Scott!
  • Join Scott for his upcoming video workshop – LIVE!
  • Thanks to those who have left reviews on iTunes!
  • The value of the TAS Facebook community – this episode proves it.
  • The case study from the TAS Facebook community – way to go Chris!
  • How Chris used an email follow-up campaign like Scott has recommended in the past.
  • The numbers Chris achieved by running his experiment to find a winning product.
  • The Amazing Seller challenge! Will you take it?
  • Comments from the TAS Facebook community about Chris’ experiment!
  • Scott answers a few questions about this experiment that came from the community.


The Amazing Seller Facebook Group  – Join up today!

Workshop videos you can use

Episode 35 – Using a product as a test

The email sequence Scott recommends

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