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Grow your Amazon business with their proven 90-day plan

Human anatomy is a very complex thing.

But there’s one very simple “rule”: blood stops flowing through your body = you’re dead. Not enough blood in your veins = you’re dead. You get a wrong blood type = you’re dead.

Same with your Amazon business.

And the “blood” for your business is…traffic.

Traffic stops coming to your point of sale (Amazon listing, website, etc…) = your business is dead. Not enough traffic to make enough conversions to keep the business going = your business is dead. Get the wrong type of traffic = your business is dead.

And one of THE biggest ways of “pumping” that traffic to your business is search engines.

Now, we’ve already talked about the Amazon searches, and how you can rank on Amazon. This time, I want to talk about the #1 search engine that most Amazon sellers are neglecting…

Yes, it’s Google.

You see, people who are searching on Amazon are what’s called a “hot buyer.” These people already did their homework. They researched everything they need. And they made a decision.

The “problem” with that is, even if we’re talking about millions of people who do that, it’s a small number compared to people who might be interested in your product but are not in a decision stage. Yet.

They don’t search for a specific product. They are searching for potential solutions. For a group of products. For answers to their questions.

And let me ask you, what would happen if they would find YOUR page, answering THEIR questions, and offering YOUR solutions?

Who do you think would be a logical seller, when they decide to buy?

Yes, that would be YOU!

I know, ranking on Google is not the same as ranking on Amazon. It has its own set of rules and challenges.

But it’s also not that hard nor complicated when you learn it from the right people.

And that’s why I called David Mills and Kotton Grammer, co-founders of a widely known company called OMG Machines, and they agreed to do a live webinar where they’ll be showing you their proven 90-day formula for massive online success, leveraging organic traffic from Google.

Click here to save your spot for this free live webinar >>

Here’s just a quick example of few of their students who are making it big on Ecommerce and Amazon, leveraging the Google traffic:

Frank J. is a good example. He leverages the search engine traffic for one of his ecommerce sites. He said just last week that it’s made him at least a million dollars in the last year.

Bryan is a guy who went through our ASM (Amazing Selling Machine) program. He uses search engine rankings to get visitors to his Amazon listings. Again to the tune of 7-figures.

Tyler is another ASM alumni, who’s also an OMG alumni.

He’s a terrific example of the factor with selling physical products online.

Tyler has a health product on Amazon and he uses search engine rankings for visibility.

One woman found Tyler’s Amazon listing. Bought the product. And then used Tyler’s health product on her daughter…

…Which miraculously allowed her daughter avoid chemo in a non-cancer related but still obviously very serious condition!

That’s Tyler on the picture, along with Mike Long, another OMG co-founder

So, as you can see, if you miss this live webinar, you’re missing a lot.

A Different Kind of Arms Race in China

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A Different Kind of Arms Race in China
By Scott Chan
The SAT, offered seven times a year, is a rite of passage for U.S. high school students who wish to go to college. A high school on the standardized exam can mean the difference between admission to a college of one’s dreams and settling for a backup. U.S. students have the option to take the standardized exam as many times as they want and have the option to report the score of their choice in their college applications.

Since most students choose to take the SAT in their junior and senior years, students usually begin to prepare in the high school, though some begin to prepare as early as middle school.

As important and challenging as the SAT may be to American students, however, it’s nothing compared to the gruelling exam their counterparts across the Pacific must tackle. China’s annual National College Entrance Examination (known as “gaokao” in Chinese) is held only once a year, in June, and the competition and pressure are so intense that some students use intravenous amino acid drips in order to replenish energy in order to burn the midnight oil.

The exact length and content of the gaokao vary by province but generally lasts about nine hours over two days and consists of a number of subjects, including English. The questions are notoriously difficult and the exam is widely held to be the toughest in the world.

Only about 60 percent of exam takers pass and far smaller percentage make it into top universities. Due to limited spots, in 2016 the top-two universities only accepted less than 6,700 total students out of 9.3 million who took the gaokao (0.07 percent). It’s not uncommon for students to spend their entire senior year preparing for this exam, including nearly all waking hours studying—in school and at home.

In a culture that greatly values education and academic prestige, parents feel pressure to partake in the education arms race. A degree from a top university could be the key difference maker in a very competitive job market. After all, if many other students are getting extra help, then not getting tutoring for your kids would put them at a disadvantage. Many children begin receiving tutoring as early as primary school. A common Chinese saying nowadays goes: “don’t let your child lose the race at the starting line.” As the population becomes more affluent and the middle class expands, parents are spending more money to get their kids as much extra academic help as possible as early as possible, a boon for tutoring businesses.

New Oriental Education & Technology Group (NYSE: EDU) and TAL Education Group (NYSE: TAL) are two leading Chinese private tutoring operators whose stocks have soared this year thanks to said growing demand.

By student enrollment, New Oriental is the largest tutoring operator in China. In fiscal 2017, ended May 2017, it had 4.9 million student enrollments. At the end of May, it had 855 learning centres, including 77 schools, 20 bookstores and an extensive online platform with over 17 million registered users and over 22,000 teachers in 65 cities. The company originally began as a test preparation center focused on preparing Chinese students for U.S. exams to study abroad, but has since increasingly relied on domestic K-to-12 tutoring as the key revenue growth driver.

As for TAL, at the end of May it owned 567 learning centres in 35 cities. This marks an addition of 60 centres and 5 cities during the February-to-May quarter. Student enrollment in the quarter grew by 62 percent to 1.05 million compared to a year ago, which drove the revenue increase of 65 percent, to $321.9 million. Compared to one year ago, the number of centres and cities grew by 172 and 10, respectively.

TAL commands a higher P/E, but it is the faster growing of the two. Enrollments grew 70 percent year over year in the last fiscal year (to 3.9 million), compared to New Oriental’s 40 percent. It’s now very aggressively opening new learning centres. On the other hand, New Oriental is already past its fast-expansion phase. It has intentionally slowed its annual learning centre increase to about 8 percent on average.

The net result is TAL will enjoy faster-growing revenues but its profits will likely be more volatile due to the faster-growing costs of opening new centres and hiring new staff. Over the next three to five years, we expect New Oriental’s earnings to share to rise at an annual rate in the 20’s while TAL, assuming no hiccups in its growth strategy, could expand at 40 percent or better a year.

Unless the Chinese government decides to overhaul its education system to ease exam and university admission requirements or restrict how much tutors can charge, the tutoring market will continue to grow. Some estimates expect after-school tutoring revenues to at least double by 2021.

The penetration of K-to-12 after-school tutoring in Tier 1 cities (China’s five largest) is pretty high—estimated to be around 80 percent—but there are still plenty of underserved areas and both companies are expanding into said areas. As China’s GDP continues to rise, more and more families from smaller cities and even rural areas will seek to tutor for their children in order to pursue a better life. New Oriental and TAL’s offering of online courses allows them to capture students who reside in areas their learning centres do not serve.

Although they are two of the largest private tutoring operators in China and they are both gaining market share, from smaller competitors, New Oriental and TAL still account for a small share of the market, probably 5 percent or less combined. Expect both to continue to grab an increasing share of the growing pie.

Both stocks are richly valued, due to expectations of fast growth. In percentage terms, TAL will likely experience higher highs and lower lows than EDU, so more conservative investors probably would prefer the latter but the potential upside is higher for TAL. Both stock prices declined recently in what appears to be profit taking but have quickly recovered most of the lost ground.

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