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Amazing.com Opens Registration Doors to Live Amazon Ads Webinar as Amazon Reports Record Breaking Cyber Monday Sales

Amazing.com opens the registration doors to their live Amazon ads training webinar, taught by Cherie Yvette--a leading Amazon advertising expert. The doors open to this Amazon seller training just as Amazon reports Cyber Monday revenue broke their company

AUSTIN, Texas, Dec. 1, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Amazing.com opened registration doors to an exclusive Amazon ads training webinar. For this new, live webinar, Jason Katzenback (CEO and Co-Founder of Amazing.com) and Cherie Yvette (Amazon Advertising Expert) teamed up to provide viewers with a proven 3-step formula for running effective ads on Amazon. The live webinar will include actionable steps to take to run Amazon Sponsored Ads, free bonuses (valued at $250), and insider tips to get a head start on using a new Amazon ads feature. Yvette reportedly tested a strategy with the new Amazon ad feature that doubled her Cyber Monday sales, year over year. Yvette will share this information during the Wednesday, December 5th live webinar. The registration doors to Amazing.com's special Amazon advertising webinar opened on the heels of Amazon announcing that Cyber Monday was the "single biggest shopping day in the company's history".

Amazon recently reported (November 27, 2018) that "Cyber Monday was once again the single biggest shopping day in the company's history with more products ordered worldwide than any other day." The report went on to explain that on Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined, Amazon customers worldwide placed orders for more than 13 million fashion items and 18 million toys. The "Turkey 5" (meaning Thanksgiving through Cyber Monday) reportedly broke records as U.S. customers bought millions more items this "Turkey 5" than the previous one.

Amazing.com warns that the special bonuses will only be provided to those viewing the live webinar. Amazing.com has stated that the replay of the webinar will not include these free bonuses so those interested will need to register for and attend the live webinar. The live webinar will be held Wednesday December 5th at 10 AM CST. Registration doors opened Friday, November 30th but space is limited. When available seats fill up the registration doors will close.

Amazon was founded in 1994 by Jeff Bezos. Services and products created by Amazon include Alexa, Amazon Echo, Fire TV, Fire tablets, FBA, Prime, 1-Click Shopping, AWS, personal recommendations, and customer reviews. Amazon has 4 guiding principles: long-term thinking, customer obsession over competitor focus, passion for inventing, and commitment to operational excellence.

Jason Katzenback is co-founder and CEO of Amazing.com. He is also the co-creator of Amazing.com's online course, Amazing Selling Machine. Jason lives in Austin, Texas with his family. He is married to Charlene and together they have two daughters, Jillian and Gayle. Katzenback started in engineering but changed career paths, knowing he wanted to build something of his own. In 2005, Jason started his first million-dollar company. Since then, Jason has founded or co-founded 3 other multi-million-dollar businesses. Jason has taught and mentored thousands of people to build their own business leveraging Amazon and continues to do so through Amazing.com.

Cherie Yvette is a leading expert in Amazon advertising. She is the founder of The Urban Cowgirl, a digital agency devoted to providing entrepreneurs with effective Amazon advertising strategies.

Amazing.com was founded by Jason Katzenback and Matt Clark in Austin, Texas. The company teaches entrepreneurs how to create successful private label Amazon businesses through online courses and live instruction. Their mission is to help entrepreneurs find financial freedom through the success of their own amazing Amazon business. Amazing Selling Machine (ASM) is the premier Amazon seller training course provided by Amazing.com.

Amazing.com reminds potential webinar attendees, "This live training starts at 10:00 AM Central and has a limited capacity, so please register now and plan to be on the call 15 minutes early. You do not want to miss out on our exclusive live attendees only bonuses valued at $250 that will be removed from the replay. Register now at amazingshowdown.com/scale-2019"

About Amazing.com:
Amazing.com is headquartered in Austin, Texas. The company was founded by Katzenback and Clark. Through Amazing Selling Machine and the SellerPro Membership, Amazing.com educates sellers on how to create a business selling physical products on Amazon.

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