Advanced Amazon FBA Seller Summit To Be Hosted by Kevin King

Advanced Amazon FBA sellers who want to accelerate their sales to the next level are invited to the exclusive Billion Dollar Seller Summit in Austin, Texas at the 5-star Driskill Hotel this May 20-23.

March 14, 2019 —

AUSTIN, TX: Advanced Amazon FBA sellers who want to accelerate their sales to the next level are invited to the exclusive Billion Dollar Seller Summit in Austin, Texas at the 5-star Driskill Hotel this May 20-23.

This purely tactical and actionable event, created exclusively for just 50 of the top 23,000 elite multi-million-dollar Amazon FBA sellers worldwide, will give participants the opportunity to learn never-before revealed advanced strategies for selling on Amazon, network, and socialize with some of the world’s most successful Amazon sellers.

Hosted by Kevin King, the lead mentor in the Helium 10 Elite Mastermind for super successful Amazon third-party sellers, the Billion Dollar Seller Summit promises to be one of the most informative and interactive Amazon conferences offered. Designed for high-level Amazon FBA sellers interested in dramatically growing their businesses this year, the Summit features 14 hand-selected, expert Amazon tacticians from all over the world who will speak in detail on a variety of actionable strategies and methods to rapidly double or triple sales on Amazon.

The event offers elite sellers access to a plethora of content and strategies that most have never heard of before, giving them a major competitive advantage selling on Amazon. Attendees will learn how to rapidly rank to page 1 in just a few days using Stealth Mode; rank #1 on the top search engines for any product; get more reviews automatically while getting keyword ranking all with TOS; turn social media traffic into loyal VIP buyers on a super low ad spend; cut ACOS in half while dramatically increasing sales; use new data-based strategies to beat competition; discover new product opportunities nobody else is uncovering; successfully launch any product on using outside traffic; and a lot more.

According to spokesperson and Freedom Ticket Amazon Training mentor, Kevin King, “There are a lot of conferences and get-togethers for people selling on Amazon, but very few are at a high-level for the sellers doing millions of dollars per year. More than 23,000 sellers did over a million dollars in sales as a third-party seller on Amazon in 2018. So, I created this event for the best-of-the-best of them, where even just one small nugget of knowledge can get them a massive competitive edge and potentially make hundreds of thousands of dollars of difference in their business. Collectively, this group of 50 attendees and speakers are on their way to a billion dollars in sales.”

The Billion Dollar Seller Summit will be held at the 5-star Driskill Hotel in the heart of Austin, Texas May 20-23. It not only features two and a half days of learning and networking, but participants will also enjoy unforgettable experiences and networking opportunities that include racing at the Circuit of the Americas F1 track, a catered trip to a local winery and distillery, and dinner at a legendary Texas BBQ joint.

Million-Dollar Amazon FBA sellers interested in attending the Billion Dollar Seller Summit are encouraged to register today to save $2,000.00 on their participation fee and reserve one of the only 50 spots available before they are gone.

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