When I watched the video on the Azon Early Bird sales page, in which Gaz Cooper demonstrates how his video review of an Amazon product reached Google’s first page in three minutes, I had my doubts. But it seemed very convincing, and that wasn’t the only video on the sales page in which he repeated the same feat with different products. Gaz said he had the formula to destroy the competition and rake in massive amounts of sales commissions. I decided I was going to see things for myself after watching those videos and reading his claims.
I’m not promoting Gaz Cooper’s Azon Early Bird as an affiliate. This is only an objective review intended to provide information for my reading audience before they make a purchase decision.
Gaz’s Azon Early Bird teaches a legitimate way to make money online by selling physical products on Amazon as an affiliate. But on his sales page, he doesn’t spell out the required tools to use for success with the method he teaches. He only gives that information after check out. Furthermore, his training material is mostly theory. You’ll likely succeed with his method if you’re willing to hand him more money and wait for several months. The details are in the main body of the review.
I bought the Azon Early Bird and discovered right away that Gaz wasn’t as upfront as he should have been with his potential customers on his sales page. Right after I checked out, he threw an upsell my way. He stated in the sales video of the upsell that the secret of his success on Amazon was a software, which I had to buy if I wanted to succeed too. You might want to watch the video yourself below.
Why didn’t he state clearly on his sales page that his customers would need that software to see his level of results? After that upsell, there was no other sales pitch, and I was allowed access to my purchase.
Gaz Cooper wanted to make sure you bought the product before announcing that you’ll need patience to see results with his method. At the start of his eBook, he clearly states that you’ll probably have to wait several months before you make money with his methods. That means that if you’re looking to make some money fast enough to pay your bills by next month, you’ll be let down.
Gaz Cooper’s Azon Early Bird is just a 13-page eBook. That was the last thing I expected. With all the videos on the sales page, one would easily expect to find hands-on, step-by-step tutorial videos. Furthermore, all 13 pages of the eBook contain theory. A newbie who’s looking to sell physical products on Amazon for the first time can read every bit of the 13-page eBook and still not have a clue what they should do to start a successful, Amazon-based business.
The scant 13-page eBook got some of its volume from screenshots and graphics that occupy whole pages.
When I watched Gaz’s sales videos, I had no idea he was selling as an affiliate. I thought he was selling his own physical products on Amazon, which is how substantial money is made. I only discovered he was operating as an affiliate after I bought his Azon Early Bird. That explains why his eBook didn’t cover how to sell your own physical products and how to carry out inventory.
Since I didn’t find much in his Azon Early Bird eBook, I decided to look at his bonus eBook to find some practical information. Unfortunately, his bonus eBook, Killing It with Amazon, wasn’t too different from his Azon Early Bird. Though the subjects were somewhat different, his approach was the same. To make matters worse, Killing It with Amazon is outdated. It’s a 2014 publication.
Killing It with Amazon was about starting an Amazon-based business for beginners. It covered subjects such as choosing a niche, carrying out keyword research, acquiring a domain name, getting a hosting account, integrating your domain name with your web hosting account, installing WordPress, and much more. But unfortunately, those were mostly theory and focused on Amazon’s affiliate marketing program.
So if you bought the Azon Early bird because you were hoping to learn how to sell physical products on Amazon in order to make substantial amounts of money, you’ll be disappointed. Besides, the 13-page Azon Early Bird eBook came across as a subtle sales copy to market Gaz’s software, the Azon Early Bird software, which he had offered as an upsell earlier in his sales funnel.
Furthermore, Gaz Cooper deliberately took the theoretical approach so he could pitch something he called the AMZ (Authority Zone Membership), a membership program, which he claimed was responsible for over $20,000,000 worth of sales on the Amazon platform. According to him, his AMZ membership program could make anyone, including a total newbie, a successful internet marketer on the Amazon platform.
You can see that his bonus eBook, Killing It with Amazon, is only another sales pitch for his paid membership program, which costs $27 to join.
I must give him credit for making an effort at being practical at some point, regarding integrating domain name servers with web hosting accounts.
For starters, Gaz Cooper wasn’t as transparent as he should have been on his sales page. He waits for his potential customers to check out before telling it as it is. You’ll be disappointed to find you still have to spend more money and wait several months before you see desired results with the Azon Early Bird method.
Next, if you were hoping to learn how to sell your own physical products through the Azon Early Bird training material, you’ll be disappointed because it focuses on the affiliate marketing side of things. Again, he deliberately takes the theoretical approach to make you buy his upsells.
Gaz’s training has potential to make you money if you can pay the extra money to acquire his recommended software, fill in all the gaps left for you to figure out, replace the outdated information, and exercise the patience required.
However, most folks can’t handle these things on their own, which is why I recommend you take this detailed, high quality, 100% free training, which leaves no blanks for anyone to figure out and provides the help of like-minded members of a successful Internet Marketing community.
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Eugenson is just a regular guy, except he doesn't believe in the security of nine-to-five jobs and loves to launch out on his own, trying to realize his dreams his way and at his time. He's tried to make money online for quite some time now, purchasing product after product, and has been swindled by a lot of cyber-fraudsters masquerading as make-money-online messiahs. He has many passions, some of which include drawing, painting, writing, and watching comic movies. He's on a revenge mission to hit fiendish scammers hard by writing reviews that reveal the truth about their unethical schemes and worthless products. He hopes to stifle their online, bloodsucking businesses by forewarning their potential victims and depriving them of the payments they depend on. You can consider Eugenson a friend who's here to give you objective product reviews, helping you uncover the online vampires and discover genuine opportunities.