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I could sum up this book as "make a quality product with catchy name, write good descriptive listings, take good photos, pay for ads, manage issues".
No substance or tangible takeaways for anyone looking to learn Amazon. Book appears to be a part of their sales funnel to get you to go to their website for "free information" after which they will ask you to pay for the real substance.
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What did you like best about The KAVAJ Case? What did you like least?
I would consider this more of a Case Study or White Paper - not so much an actual book.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
As a case study it was interesting but, lacked detail in some parts, like how they got started, what were initial expenses.
Good information on dealing with suppliers and supply chain. I wouldn't call it a Blueprint. A Blueprint has many layers. You can't start the frame without a foundation. You can't pour the foundation without preparation.
This Blueprint starts with the inspector signing off on the work you've already done. (I.e. I've decided on a product and here's what happened)
Like I said: It's a Case Study - which is fine - but call it what it is.
Did the narration match the pace of the story?
The book is clearly written in the first person - so, the enthusiasm from the narrator was okay - but simply - read as you would - in a classroom.
Could you see The KAVAJ Case being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?
Hell-No. Even if it was - there is nothing unique about it.
1. Found Product
2. Sent to Amazon
3. Lost Shirt
4. Got Better
5. Got Screwed By Supplier
6. Got Better
7. Figured it out - Living Happily Ever After
Any additional comments?
Borrow it from the Kindle Library when it's free.
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Thank you for this interesting and full of useful information book . I am going to check your academy now!
Great and concise introduction in how to create a business using marketplaces despite the competition. Basically it is this - how badly do you want it?