Let’s face it, the ASM course is expensive, and way out of range of some people. It very likely to put some people off the first time they come across it. You may be really entrepreneurial and all, but coughing out $5k just like that for an Amazon FBA course is tough. Especially when there are other Amazon courses selling for $1k.
But here's how you can possibly look at it...
Think about the gain you will derive from what they teach you, and not the price. ASM’s stats claim the average revenue their students generate, upon completing the course, is at more than $60,000 each year. So, the argument that you are investing your $5k to raise $60k is valid, isn’t it?
Remember though, it’s 60k in revenue, NOT profit. Amazon FBA courses usually quote in revenue which means that the profit you actually take home is much much lower. Profit margins are commonly around 20% because of the high cost of doing this type of business.
(Costs include - purchasing product upfront, paid ads, tools to run the business, Amazon fees, low sales margins).
12k profit for the year in this example.
Not exactly earth shattering.