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Fast Company Article on “Amazon Whisperer”

by Jeremy Schoemaker on November 23, 2013 · 14 comments

I came across this article I wanted to share on Fast Company Magazine that I found pretty interesting.

There is a lot of fluff in the article but the just of it is this.

This guy has created a multi million dollar company by:

  1. Using software tools like Amasuite to find high searched terms
  2. Look at the existing products for those terms.
  3. Read reviews and see the feedback from customers on what additional features they would like to see.
  4. Create those products having the features customers are looking for.
  5. Put products on Amazon dropshipping them.
  6. Repeat.

slider-1-2They have over a dozen employees using Amasuite to find the products ALONE.

What a cool story and again emphasizing what an amazing time we live in and what huge opportunities there are.

You can find Amasuite here: http://jvz5.com/c/50621/63621

You can read the full article here

Skills to pay the bills,

-Jeremy

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– who has written 2858 posts on ShoeMoney.com.

Jeremy "ShoeMoney" Schoemaker is the founder & CEO of the ShoeMoney Blog, Elite Retreat Internet Conference, & the PAR Program. In 2013 Jeremy released his #1 Amazon Best selling Autobiography titled "Nothing's Changed But My Change" - The ShoeMoney Story. Jeremy currently lives in Lincoln Nebraska with his wife and 2 daughters.


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{ 14 comments }

1 faisal

Can you get rid of that annoying pop up, let it show only twice on cookie!

2 Steve Smith

First Shoe has to get rid of all the annoying ads and affiliate offers that he ‘masks’ as content.

Shoemoney 3 Alex

Very true.

4 TheInternetWorker.com

Amazing article, Jeremy!

Thanks for sharing it with us!

5 Faisal

Have some respect god dammit faisal. It’s his website and we are his visitors. He may insert as many popups as he prefers because this is his property. Bloody hell!

Shoemoney 6 Trevor

I’d like to read that orginal article if there’s a link online somewhere

Shoemoney 7 Lila

I’m trying to think where I’ve heard of Amasuite before…hmm seems like the name keeps popping up

Shoemoney 8 Matt Tyclon

Is this anything like the dog whisper?

Shoemoney 9 Kim

Has anyone out there used this system and tell me their experience?

Shoemoney 10 Pokey

COOKIE MONSTER OM NOM NOM NOM NOM

Shoemoney 11 Dena Johnson

Something to think about at least

12 memorayz

Thanks for sharing your experiences with us.

13 Igorot Journal

A blatant lie. The Fast Company article never even mentioned Amasuite.

14 Andrew

This article about Mr. Pikarski is pretty cool from a patent standpoint. On the one hand, he passion of satisfying “unmet needs” shows how inventive he is. But on the other hand, he insists that there is nothing innovative about his behavior. Here’s an article I wrote about this topic: http://inventingpatents.com/unmet-need-illustrated-fast-companys-article-pikarski/

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